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Tejashwi Prasad, once a reliable middle-order batsman for Delhi, turns to politics and becomes India's youngest ever deputy CM.
DDCA assured that required money to host the India South Africa 4th Test would come in a day's time.
DDCA gets extension to save India-South Africa fourth Test as BCCI decides to wait for High Court verdict.
It remains to be seen if the DDCA manages to meet Tuesday’s deadlines set by the BCCI.
Bengaluru has turned out to be a happy hunting ground for visiting teams, who have won six out of 20 Tests here.
DDCA is already racing against time to clear the non-payment of dues before they get clearance from the state govt to host the match.
The DDCA treasurer Ravinder Manchanda did concede that the unpaid entertainment tax was a thorny issue.
With DDCA’s accounts frozen and the BCCI not releasing subvention money because the association’s balance sheet has not been submitted, the coffers are running dry.
Left-arm spinner picks up four wickets in 6 overs to pave way for Tamil Nadu's 8-wicket win.
Railways skipper Mahesh Rawat announces his return to form with a crucial unbeaten half century against Tamil Nadu.
Aswin Crist and J Kousik share seven wickets on Day 2 to reduce Railways to 129/7 after Tamil Nadu post 328 in 1st innings.
Baba Indrajith remains unbeaten on 121, a knock that came off 178 deliveries as Tamil Nadu end Day 1 on 288/6 against Railways.
Baba Aparajith rose to fame post 2012 Under-19 World Cup winning squad, the elder twin is still creating space for himself in the domestic circuit.
Manoj Tiwary scores 97 to ensure his side pocket 3 points by virtue of first innings lead against Delhi.
Manoj Tiwary said sledging is fine but he won’t listen anything against his community.
Railways lost their top-order inside the first twenty overs and only a special effort would have stretched the game into Day 4.
The incident took place in the eighth over of the Bengal innings when Manoj Tiwary walked out to bat with the scoreboard reading 2/2.
Chants of ‘RP bhaiya’ grew louder and after the struggle for 49 overs, Gujarat came back to life.
Gujarat’s over-cautious approach early on backfired as they lost opener Gohel in the 19th over to Ranjeet Mali, with the score 25/1
Gujarat would pin their hopes on left-arm seamer Rush Kalaria who is also the leading wicket-taker in the 2014/15 campaign.
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Ishant Sharma has been left out of Delhi's Ranji Trophy squad for the season opener to be played against Rajasthan in Jaipur, starting October 1.
DDCA camp for the under-19 probables ran into rough weather as with the Sports Working Committee members stalling proceedings.
Virender Sehwag's low-key send-off triggered an explosive debate at the DDCA Executive Committee meeting in New Delhi.
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Bist feels even after scoring 'tons of runs' for the side, he never got the backing he deserved from the association.
From an 'unselectable' bowler to the hero of third Test, Finn has turned a corner and things are finally falling in place for the lanky seamer.
After conceding a 145-run lead, Australia, riding high on the brisk David Warner, are keeping England on their toes at Edgbaston.
With series wins over India, Pakistan and South Africa, Bangladesh cricket is on the rise.
Chris Rogers scored 95 and steered Australia in the second session before England came back in the game with 3 wickets.
Australia had some frustration in store in the opening session of Day 2 as they fail to wrap up home team quickly.
Against England, and in England, Steve Smith would like to improve his record.
Ravindra Jadeja, Dhoni's Man Friday for years, is fading away with poor performances with both bat and ball.
In a chat with The Indian Express, James Faulkner explains why he is the captain's go-to man, on death bowling and yorkers.
Bailey talks about the frequent shuffles in the playing XI, the road ahead and the 'hard decision' of leaving players out.
KXIP's Miller reveals what he likes the most about Virender Sehwag's game and more.
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