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Ton-up Lokesh Rahul gives South Zone lead in Duleep Trophy final

Karnataka batsman Lokesh Rahul struck a classy century to give South Zone a vital first innings lead against Central Zone on Day 2 of the Duleep Trophy final in Delhi.

Fit-again Rohit Sharma, Pandey hit tons in India A's win over Sri Lanka

Rohit Sharma and Manish Pandey slammed centuries as India A registered a comfortable win over Sri Lanka in a warm-up match for the visitors ahead of their ODI series against India in Mumbai.

Pakistan win toss, bat in 2nd Test against Australia

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq won the toss and elected to bat first against Australia in the second match of a two-Test series at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on Thursday.

It's possible that I may never play for India again: Yuvraj

Team India's star player Yuvraj Singh said the thought of not being able to play for India again has crossed his mind, adding that it will be very depressing if he fails to make a comeback into the team.

Srinivasan set to reward his loyalists

Notwithstanding the scheduled hearing of the Supreme Court on Nov 10 after the Mukul Mudgal committee submits its report, the BCCI has zeroed down on its office bearers for the next three-year tenure starting Nov 20.

Tendulkar inducted into Bradman Hall of Fame

Sachin Tendulkar added another feather to his cap on Wednesday when the Indian batting legend was inducted as one of the latest honourees in the Bradman Foundation.

Olympic sports can learn a lot from cricket: Rahul Dravid

Batting on a different wicket as member of the Target Olympic Podium Scheme initiated by the Ministry of Sports to increase India's medal tally, former captain Rahul Dravid said that Olympic sports can learn a lot from cricket and vice versa.

Virat Kohli slips to 3rd spot in ODI batsmen's rankings

Virat Kohli's recent dip in form has taken a toll on his rankings as he slipped a rung to third position in the latest ICC ODI batsmen's rankings list released in Dubai on Tuesday.

Karnataka youngster not just another brick in the wall

So many good things have been happening to Karnataka cricketer Kannaur Lokesh Rahul that the 22-year-old feels the days to don the India colours could just be round the corner.

Mudgal panel quizzed Khetarpal on Dhoni's manager

Before wrapping up its investigation in the IPL fixing scandal, the Justice Mukul Mudgal Committee questioned former sports promoter Aushim Khetarpal and MS Dhoni's friend-cum-manager Arun Pandey.

Language barrier no excuse for termination, says Joe Dawes

Former India bowling coach Joe Dawes has broken his silence over his unceremonious exit. He says that the language barrier with the Indian players was cited as the reason by the BCCI for terminating his contract.

ICC may offer olive branch to banned players

The International Cricket Council on Monday said it is likely to allow banned players to feature in domestic matches a few months before their punishment expires.

Taijul fashions Bangladesh's dramatic Test win over Zimbawe

Taijul Islam shone with bat and ball as Bangladesh scored a tense three-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the first Test on Monday to grab the lead in the three-match series.

Spinners earn Pakistan decisive win vs Australia

Inexperienced spinners Zulfiqar Babar and Yasir Shah shared nine wickets and led Pakistan to an emphatic 221-run victory against Australia on the fifth and final day of the first test on Sunday.

New talent from Rajasthan raining runs

Talent emerging out of small towns is a running story in Indian cricket and Aditya Garhwal, the 18-year-old batsman from Sikar district in Rajasthan, has provided the latest chapter.
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