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Srini to meet with select BCCI units on Feb 5
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Srini to meet with select BCCI units on Feb 5

Barred by the Supreme Court from contesting the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s elections, president-in-exile Narayanswami Srinivasan has called some of the affiliated units for an informal meeting in Chennai on Thursday to decide his future course of action. "Srinivasan has called a meeting, in Chennai on February 5, which can be called a core committee meeting of the closest associates. Obviously, the date of the AGM and future course of action will be decided on that day. We ... Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago

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Tell Us! Do you agree with India's 15 for the ICC World Cup

There were no surprises when the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the squad for the upcoming World Cup starting next month. The International Cricket Council's quadrennial event gets underway in Australia and New Zealand from February 14 to March 29, with India launching the defence of their crown against Pakistan on the following day in Adelaide. Meet India's 15-member World Cup squad Axar, Binny in World Cup squad but no place for Yuvraj The five-member selection ...
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Indian cricketers' security tightened in Brisbane after hostage crisis

It's too early to comment on the fate of the Sydney Test, which starts December 26; for us the tour is still on, says Board of Control for Cricket in India secretary Sanjay Patel. India's Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane leave the field at the conclusion of Day 2 in the First Test against Australia at Adelaide Oval. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Security around India’s cricketers has been significantly beefed up in Brisbane in the wake of the hostage crisis in Sydney, with the ...
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India pacer Shami out of UAE match; Binny may replace him

All-rounder Stuart Binny in reckoning to make World Cup debut India pacer Stuart Binny appeals for a wicket. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images  India pacer Mohammed Shami has been ruled out of Saturday's World Cup match against the United Arab Emirates in Perth following a knee injury, according to a statement from the ICC on Friday. "Mohammed Shami got (a) mild left knee problem and had ultrasound guided injection yesterday," read a statement on the ICC's World Cup website. "For his ...
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Vote: India's newsmakers of 2014

The year 2014 has been an eventful one for India. The country got a new government and a new state, broke new frontiers in various fields and of course its share of controversies.  Rediff.com is listing some personalities, who we think were the real newsmakers of the year. Take a look. Don’t forget to make your pick for the newsmaker of 2014 at the end of the feature. Narendra Modi The name’s Modi... Narendra Modi. If the year 2014 truly belonged to somebody, it would ...
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