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Champions League T20: Chennai Super Kings vs Brisbane Heat, Live updates

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After 10 overs Brisbane Heat are 61/5.
9.3 Overs: Ashwin bowls the one which goes the other way, looks like a leg-spinner and Lynn had no clue which way it was going, gets the leading edge and straig

I will contest BCCI elections: Srinivasan

New Delhi: Unruffled by the Supreme Court order prohibiting him from taking charge even on winning the election, under-pressure BCCI chief N Srinivasan on Friday said he will stand for the Board's Pr

Srinivasan all set for a third year despite SC directives

Braving scathing criticism he has encountered on issues of propriety, a defiant N Srinivasan is certain to be elected unopposed as the president of the BCCI during its AGM here on Sunday, although he won’t be able to discharge his functions due to a Supreme Court directive.

Champions League T20: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Titans, Live Updates

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Shikhar Dhawan and Parthiv Patel are the two openers out there in the middle. Henry davids with the new ball.
Titans have won the toss and elected to field first.
Sunrisers Hyderabad: Shikhar Dhawan*

Srinivasan mulls new lieutenants

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The Supreme Court has given the go-ahead to Sunday’s BCCI AGM but with riders. N.

When Dalmiya pulled off a coup at 2004 AGM

The Indian cricket board’s annual general meetings are never short of controversies and legal battles. The BCCI elections in 2004 and 2005 were one of the most dramatic proceedings.

ABC, BCA, CAB... headache for BCCI

It came as a bolt from the blue. When N.

SC to Srinivasan: Why are you keen to be elected?

Restraining N. Srinivasan from assuming the charge as the Board of Control for Cricket in India president, the bench comprising Justices A.K.

Mumbai down Lions for first win

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The sparse Sawai Man Singh Stadium house may have missed out on a bonus Sachin Tendulkar farewell innings, but his team, the Mumbai Indians, were untroubled in cruising to a seven-wicket win over an o

Chennai look to turn the heat on Brisbane

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With the in-form Chennai Super Kings surging ahead in the CLT20 semi-finals’ race from Group B with posting back-to-back wins, the fight is more confined for the second spot between the remaining four

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