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Amit Shah springs a surprise in BCCI polls

While the much-awaited annual general meeting of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) went as expected, the election of young BJP MP Anurag Thakur as its secretary, by a margin of one vote, came as a surprise. While the much-awaited ... DNA India, 1 month ago

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#IndiavsPak: 'Proud of your win Team India!'

the Indian cricket team won its first World Cup match against Pakistan over the weekend, several Bollywood stars turned to Twitter to congratulate the team:YEEEAAAAHHHHH ! India wins .. my second prediction came true too .. is it got something to do ...
 24Dunia2 months ago India's victory over Pakistan sparks clash in UP district  24Dunia2 months ago Another World Cup, another Indian victory over Pakistan  24Dunia2 months ago Anand beats Aronian to jump to joint lead  24Dunia2 months ago

Cricket spat shouldn't hold India-Bangladesh ties to ransom

Pictured: ICC Chairman N. Srinivasan. (File photo). A huge spat between two cricket officials is threatening to adversely impact India-Bangladesh bilateral relations at a time when these are at their best. Bangladesh Planning Minister A.H.M.
 Bdnews24.com2 weeks ago

When that dirt on Kevin Pietersen failed to materialise, the ECB looked RUDDERLESS! New Wisden slams board for 'losing touch' during disastrous year

Wisden editor Lawrence Booth launched an attack on English cricket The Sportsmail writer criticised their handling of the Kevin Pietersen affair Booth was also scathing of England's late decision to sack Alastair Cook as one-day captain on the eve ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago
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Cameron, Nanthan re-elected to head West Indies cricket

Dave Cameron, Emmanuel Nanthan Beleaguered Jamaican, Dave Cameron, has defeated challenger Joel Garner, to be re-elected president of the West Indies CricketBoard (WICB). Cameron beat the former Barbadian player 8 votes to 4 at the WICB AGM on ...
 Dominica News Online1 month ago

COZIER ON CRICKET: Who will clip WICB's wings?

WHETHER the beleaguered, but defiant incumbent Dave Cameron was returned for a second term after yesterday's presidential West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) election or Joel Garner became the first Test player since Sir Wes Hall in 2003 to head the ...
 Barbados Daily Nation1 month ago

'Flavours from Home', a treat for home chefs in Mumbai

Sindhi, Gujarati and Parsi to Goan, East Indian, Maharashtrian, North Indian and more -- as many as 20 home chefs will participate in a Flavours of Home, a one-of-a-kind home chefs mela here Sunday.To be held at the Westin Woods, The Westin Mumbai ...
 24Dunia2 months ago

With BJP support, Pawar pads up for 2nd innings

KOLKATA/MUMBAI: The wait is finally over. After week-long parleys behind the scenes, former ICC and BCCI president Sharad Pawar has succeeded in winning the support of the Bharatiya Janata Party for the BCCI elections on March 2. It all but paves ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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