Chasing a target of 333, Uttar Pradesh were bundled out for 240 in 65.3 overs.
Chasing a target of 271, Railways were 117 for three at stumps.
Zol faced 180 balls and struck 13 fours in his 258-minute unbeaten knock.
J&K created quite a stir this Ranji season by making the quarterfinals.
Nathan took 4-24 while Brendon top-scored, taking his 60 runs from 45 balls with two fours and four sixes.
Del Potro served with venom and unleashed powerful forehands and backhands.
The Indo-Pak Express now head to Australian Open with some good match practice.
Federer is seeded to face Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the fourth round.
Daniel Ricciardo, who has joined Vettel at Red Bull, will race as number three.
Sharapova made an impressive return by reaching the semi-finals in Brisbane.
Nadal has thrived on slower surfaces, winning eight of his 13 grand slam titles.
Riding a 22-match winning streak, Serena arrives in Melbourne Park fit, fresh and ravenous.
Last season’s third place was the best Atletico had managed since they won a league and King’s Cup double in 1996.
Sunderland became the latest club to upset Moyes’s team in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final.
It was KXIP surprisingly who had refreshingly thought out of the box.
The second seeded Serb has a relatively kind draw until the quarter-finals.
The series could see either team reclaim the number one limited-overs world ranking.
Alpine Skiing is an all-family affair, with Hira Lal and Himanshu Thakur being first cousins.
Pakistan still need another 93 runs to avoid an innings defeat and go 1-0 down in the three Test series
Kartik refused to comment on the issue but Railways coach Abhay Sharma denied any wrongdoing.
India put up a dismal show as they start their Hockey World League Finals campaign with a 2-0 loss to England.
The only surprise decision came from Kings XI Punjab who retained the uncapped Manan Vohra.
Pacer’s four-for dismisses Mumbai for 129 in 2nd innings; Maharashtra 224 runs away from semis berth.
At stumps on Day Three, UP were 55/1 with Srivastava and Murtaza batting.
J&K will now hope that their skipper's dream run continues.