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Rs 13 cr indoor stadium to come up in Jammu

To promote the sporting culture inthe state, the Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to develop an indoor stadium here at a cost of Rs 13 crores.

"An indoor stadium is also coming up adjacent to

Ranji Trophy: Karnataka fight back against Tamil Nadu


Karnataka fought through with three top-order half-centuries but the visitors are still trailing by 299 runs against Chennai on the third day of their Ranji Trophy Group B match, in Chennai on Sunday.

CSK on a losing spree; slump to second defeat in CLT20


Chennai Super Kings' chances for a semifinal berth in the Champions League Twenty20 suffered a blow as they slumped to their second consecutive defeat in the tournament with a six-wicket loss at the h

They scored a lot in free hits: MSD


Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Tuesday said that the loss of momentum due to free hits conceded to the opposition while defending the target was one of the reasons for his side's

Fixing row: PCB forms committee to probe


The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) hasconstituted an committee to probe into the allegations of corruption against umpires, Nadeem Ghouri and Anis-ur-Rehman.

Although the PCB is yet to make an officia

KKR suffers second loss on the trot

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Kolkata Knight Riders' chances of making the semifinals of the Champions League Twenty20 tournament suffered a major blow as they slumped to their second successive defeat after losing to Auckland Ac

'Need to play smart cricket,' says Gambhir after humiliating loss


Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Gautam Gambhir wants his teammates to play "smart and better" cricket in their remaining two matches after they suffered a seven-wicket defeat against Auckland Aces in a

Confident Sixers take on Yorkshire


Aus­tralia’s in-form Sydney Sixers start outright favo­urites but will have to guard against complacency when they take on spirited English qualifiers York­shire in their second Group B encounter of t

Sachin to be conferred with Order of Australia


Sachin Tendulkar is set toanother feather to his already crowded cap as Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard today announced that the iconic Indian cricketer will be conferred the membership of the Order of Australia, an honour "rarely" awarded to non-Australians.

Lions beat Mumbai by 8 wickets


Defending champions Mumbai Indians started their campaign on a disappointing note, losing to Lions by eight wickets, in their opening match of the Champions League Twenty20 on Sunday. The catalysts fo

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