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Battle-ready India aim to go all guns blazing


Barely moments after he finished a lengthy batting session, Gautam Gambhir was working on his close in catching with the fielding coach.

Cricket ground gets facelift


A galaxy of former, present and future stars of Tamil Nadu cricket were in attendance to the inauguration of the state of the art India Cements Pavilion, Lt.

Col. GS Gill Hall and a gymnasium at the

All eyes on Vijay CC


Action returns after a short break of 25 days in the TNCA first division league for the Palayampatti Shield. Defending champions Vijay CC with their star cast look the best unit on paper and will be h

Rovers keen to set record straight


Success has followed Jolly Rovers (Chemplast Sanmar) like a shadow and it was a surprise when they went down by a massive margin to Vijay CC in the semi final of the Palyampatti Shield last season.

Matting wickets will ensure level field


The recent rule changes made by the BCCI indicate a slight shift in pattern towards favouring bowlers. For long their ilk has suffered and docile tracks continue to haunt cricket at all levels more th

Battle between equals


Toss and weather could prove decisive in the final of the Palyampatti Shield final to be played between Vijay CC (India Cements) and Globe Trotters (MRF) at the MAC Stadium. The season will culminate

Badrinath deserves a better deal


S. Badrinath missed a game for Chennai Super Kings for the first time in five years. Thursday’s game saw Badri’s 74-match streak snap who had to sit out owing to severe viral flu. The effects were fel

Right pad, Kim and snakes


It was not without reason Dinesh Karthik was procured for a princely sum by Mumbai Indians.

The talented wicket-keeper batsman might not have done full justice to his talent but the promise was ther

My role will depend on the wicket: Bollinger


Blame it on the surface that has changed character at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. MS Dhoni cannot be questioned for obvious shift in approach, one that has consigned the role of speedsters to support

Virat Kohli was good but Kapil Dev still the best


It is never easy to rank the best ODI knocks played by Indian batsmen in winning causes. Virat Kohli certainly raised the bar with his impressive 183 against Pakistan on Sunday but Kapil Dev's extraor

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