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Rise & fall of Modi

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The fall was as swift as the rise. Lalit Modi, the mastermind of the ritzy Indian Premier League, is now a persona non grata in Indian cricket.

Nominations for AGM close on Sept. 28: Shukla

N. Srinivasan has already confirmed that he will stand for re-election as the BCCI president during the board’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Chennai on September 29.

Broom sweeps Perth

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Otago Volts electrified the Champions League T20 2013 with a sizzling display with the bat as they turned on the heat against the Perth Scorchers, beating the plucky young Australian state side by a c

‘Will launch a global league soon’

Lalit Modi struck back at the BCCI soon after the unanimous decision of him being expelled from BCCI was revealed at Chennai on Wednesday and said, “I will not run away and I will challenge the ban.

I knew stump to stump bowling would get me wickets: Tambe

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Jaipur: Veteran leg-spinner Pravin Tambe, whose superb effort of four for 15 was instrumental in Rajasthan Royals' 30-run win over Highveld Lions, said he used variations and concentrated on bowling

Sunrisers out to challenge CSK

The two IPL teams in Group B of CLT20 this year, former champions Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad, will face off here on Thursday evening after a winning start to their campaigns.

India A strike back after Brathwaite, Edwards show

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On a day when the weather changed from cloudy to muggy, the course of the match went from one in which West Indies A held sway to a contest which displayed a young India A team’s ability to claw back.

India thrashes Korea 6-1, to face Malaysia in Johor Cup final

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Johor Bahru (Malaysia): India thrashed Korea 6-1 in their penultimate round-robin match to seal their place in the final of the Sultan of Johor Cup Under-21 hockey tournament here today.The Indian co

Missed hundred after all the hard work, says Edwards

Back in 2011, Kirk Edwards made a dream debut, scoring a hundred against India at home.

Indian boxers assured of two medals in AIBA youth championship

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New Delhi: Two Indian boxers were assured of medals in the youth event of the ongoing AIBA Women's Youth and Junior World Championships after entering the semifinals in Albena, Bulgaria.Nikhat Zareen

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