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DDCA vice-president welcomed High Court’s observations and said it’s now up to the signatories to furnish needed payments.
The DDCA has given the panel a shake midway through the 2016-17 season and removed former international cricketers Nikhil Chopra, Maninder Singh and Atul Wassan.
Justice Mukul Mudgal said "only those matches or trials should be conducted which the selectors require at this point of time."
DDCA, however said, that India Test skipper Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir will be the captain and vice-captain for the entire season respectively.
Ashwin and Jadeja didn't go for plenty of runs, but only two maidens between them shows with how much ease New Zealand dealt with the duo.
Cheteshwar Pujara scored 166 and 256 in the Duleep Trophy to show glimpses of his typical self and carried that into the first Test.
New Zealand pressed for wickets after taking the new ball when it was due, and Trent Boult did the job for his skipper Kane Williamson.
Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Murali Vijay got out playing shots they shouldn't have at that stage of the game.
Armaan Jaffer showed his class against a quality New Zealand attack in his innings of 69 on Saturday.
Mumbai coach Chandrakant Pandit feels Rohit Sharma, who got out for 18, scoring runs in the warm-up would have not only helped the right-hander but the Indian cricket team too.
While all Mumbai batsmen who batted on Saturday scored atleast fifties, Rohit Sharma failed to impress and fell for 18.
Tom Latham, against popular perception, feels it will be the new ball which would be crucial in the upcoming series against India.
Consistency worked against Martin Guptill, and Balwinder Singh Sandhu revealed it was the plan for the New Zealand opener.
Mumbai end day’s play at 29 after losing Jay Bista in reply to New Zealand’s 324/7 decl on Day 1 of three-day warm-up match.
With so much cricket, and plenty of Indian Premier League, international stars don't excite spectators anymore.
It is reliably learnt that Vijay Dahiya was offered the U-23 arrangement and he agreed, but wanted better remuneration.
Vijay Dahiya, appointed as the U-23 coach, applied for the chief coach job but it was given to former Delhi stalwart KP Bhaskar.
After interviews and meetings lasting for days, the Delhi and District Cricket Association has announced KP Bhaskar as new coach.
All the candidates have been called for the interview round which begins at the Feroz Shah Kotla on Thursday.
DDCA directors unhappy with Justice Mudgal's decision to set up panels to pick selectors for upcoming season.
DDCA begins reforms by forming two panels - men's and women's - for picking selectors, coaches, managers and other support staff.
If PV Sindhu can do what she did on Tuesday, there is very little doubt that she won't stand on the podium.
SV Sunil has a lot of fire in his belly and his pace and dribbling abilities with the stick in hand have drawn praise from all quarters.
PR Sreejesh replaced Sardar Singh as the captain of the Indian men's hockey team for Rio 2016 Olympics.
Salman Khan's every 'Sultan slam' was cheered aggressively right through the movie but little attention was paid towards Anushka Sharma's effortless moves.
With 13 wickets from 12 games in the IPL, Sandeep Sharma is confident to receive India call, irrespective whether seniors are rested or not.
Chris Gayle is a destructive force but his 13 runs in four games at a strike rate of just 65 has not helped RCB.
The hungry right-hander's ever-growing greed for runs leaves us with a sumptuous meal to feast on - many Virat Kohli specials.
RPS lost to SRH by 4 runs on Tuesday night to have their hopes all but dashed to make the IPL 2016 play-offs.
In an interview with The Indian Express, he also shares his adulation for his compatriot, AB de Villiers.
Given that the matter is in court, DDCA vice-president has also written to the ICC and BCCI seeking time till Monday evening.
A Rohit Sharma or Shikhar Dhawan failure on Tuesday could well be followed by a brisk fifty in the Pakistan contest.
After series wins in Australia, over Sri Lanka and the Asia Cup, India enter World T20 as favourites.
In the absence of a court directive, DDCA is planning not to sell tickets of the Old Clubhouse block for upcoming World T20.
DDCA working president Chetan Chauhan played down the issue and said the association doesn’t need permission from the UDM.
With the sports working committee and the executive committee at loggerheads over use of funds, the DDCA league has hit a roadblock.
This modern day cowboy and me, we had a good thing going.