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Sehwag sizzles in short burst but Delhi lose to India Blue

Indore: Virender Sehwag struck a fluent half-century in the first outing of his comeback bid into the national side but that was not good enough to prevent a formidable Delhi side from losing by 18 r

Sehwag sizzles in short burst but Delhi lose to India Blue

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Virender Sehwag struck a fluent half-century in the first outing of his comeback bid into the national side but that was not good enough to prevent a formidable Delhi side from losing by 18 runs to India Blue in the opening game of NKP Salve Challenger Series here on Thursday.

I like to handle pressure situation: Perera

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Mohali: Soon after his heroic show that powered Sunrisers Hyderabad to a four-wicket win over Trinidad & Tobago in the Champions League T20 here tonight, Man of the Match Thisara Perera said he l

BCCI all set to slap life ban on Modi today

The Indian cricket board is set to slap life ban on its former IPL chairman Lalit Modi as the Delhi High Court has given go ahead for BCCI’s special general meeting scheduled to be held in the city on Wednesday. Modi, who was at the helm of cash-rich league from 2008 to 2010, is facing charges of financial irregularities.

Titans on track

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Titans collected their first points in the Champions League T20, shutting out a fighting Brisbane Heat by four runs in a low-scoring thriller at the PCA Stadium here on Tuesday.

India A look to turn the tables

At the picturesque Gangotri Glades ground here, a steady drizzle was just setting in when India A skipper Cheteshwar Pujara walked in for the press briefing along with coach Lalchand Rajput. But the uncertainty in the weather surely did not reflect in Pujara’s personality. For, he looked confident and even defiant.

Perera blast wins it for Sunrisers

Sunrisers Hyderabad’s never-say-die spirit came to the fore again, with the team posting an exhilarating four-wicket win over a spirited Trinidad & Tobago in their Champions League T20 match here on Tuesday night.

‘Lions game will be a test of character’

Rajasthan Royals find themselves sitting pretty in the race for the CLT20 2013 semi-finals in the aftermath of Monday’s downpour in Ahmedabad. With the four other teams in their group wading away with just two points each, the Royals — on four points from their opening day’s win over Mumbai Indians — already have a significant edge.

Lions look to invade Rajasthan’s fortress

It may be early days yet in the 2013 edition of the Champions League T20, but daylight is beginning to appear between the front-runners, and the rest. In Group B, Chennai Super Kings have laid down a marker with their handsome win over the Titans in Ranchi, while in Group A, with some assistance from the rain gods, the Rajasthan Royals are starting to look a good bet for a last-four berth.

‘Chance for youngsters’

Leading a team which has a fair sprinkling of young blood and senior pros, Cheteshwar Pujara knows he has a clear task at hand and the India A skipper is up for the challenge.

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