Ashok Dinda

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Leading, without the edge

In RCB’s next match, it was umpire Billy Bowden’s turn to face Kohli’s wrath after a dubious lbw decision.

Mohammed Shami makes most of lively wicket

Shami has been playing non-stop since making his Test debut in November and towards the end of the Asia Cup.

Super bowl at Eden Gardens

On a spicy Kolkata track, hosts Bengal defend just 167 by bowling Tamil Nadu out for 90; Karnataka beat Gujarat.

Current pacers, the only option

Through the series, the new ball bowlers have struggled to take wickets or contain the batsmen.

Sangram Atitkar

Ranji Trophy: Sangram Atitkar ton raises Maharashtra’s final hopes

After bowling Bengal out for a paltry 114, Maharashtra were content to build on their good work.

Ashoke Dinda

Ranji Trophy: Pace attacks set to take centre stage

Maharashtra has had luck going their way, having won the toss twice on green-tops at home.

Ranji Trophy: A long-awaited party – Bengal make first semis since 2006-07

Bengal stop Railways 48 runs short of target to make first Ranji semis since 2006-07.

After top order falls, Mahesh Rawat puts Railways back on track with ton

Ashok Dinda was made to look pedestrian and his team was completely shaken.

Mahesh Rawat leads Railways’ recovery

Railways’ experienced campaigner Rawat proved to be the thorn in the flesh for Bengal.

Ashok Dinda bags seven,Bengal six

Medium-pacer helps Bengal beat Uttar Pradesh by eight wickets to register first win.


Ashok Dinda bowls Bengal to emphatic win

Dinda returned to his elements with a magnificent seven for 82,and a match haul of 10.

Ton-up Unmukt Chand shines for North Zone in Duleep Trophy

At stumps,Mandeep Singh and Rajat Paliwal were batting on 40 and 41,respectively.

‘I was asked to bowl three overs at the death’

Ashoke Dinda,who was excluded from Champions Trophy squad,speaks about the road ahead.

De Villiers helps Royal Challengers Bangalore to first win on the road

In exactly 5 minutes and 37 seconds,AB de Villiers and RCB had undone all good work of home side.

Yuvraj Singh picked for practice game against England

Yuvraj Singh will be the batting backbone of 14-member India ‘A’ line-up,to be led by Suresh Raina.