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BCCI announces team India for Zimbabwe tour; Dhoni, Kohli, Raina rested
PardaPhash

BCCI announces team India for Zimbabwe tour; Dhoni, Kohli, Rai...

Mumbai: BCCI's All India Senior Selection Committee has announced the team India for Zimbabwe tour which will begin from July 10. Senior players Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Suresh Raina have been given rest ... PardaPhash, 2 months ago
Rahane to lead Indian squad in Zimbabwe The Sports Campus, 2 months ago
Sachin Tendulkar happy for Ajinkya Rahane PardaPhash, 1 month ago
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Times of India

Chand, Rayudu to lead respective India A sides

NEW DELHI: The BCCI's All-India Senior Selection Committee has assigned Unmukt Chand and Ambati Rayudu the responsibility of leading the respective India A sides for the upcoming tri-series and the two four-day unofficial Test matches against South ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Preview: Chance for India A players to impress in tri-series  Oneindia3 weeks ago It is a big platform, I will make it count: Unmukt Chand  MSN News US3 weeks ago All eyes on Unmukt Chand as he leads India A in the tri-series  DNA India3 weeks ago
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Sandeep Patil differs from captain MS Dhoni on India's pace attack

New Delhi, July 23: The chairman of senior selection committee Sandeep Patil in a polite yet firm manner made it clear that his point of view on team's pace attack is different from limited overs captain MS Dhoni . In his third interaction in two ...
 Oneindia1 month ago We feel this is the best pace attack: Patil differs from Dhoni  Deccan Herald1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

Shastri to join Indian squad late in Sri Lanka

Mumbai: The senior selection committee will meet in New Delhi on July 23 to pick the squad for the three-Test away series against Sri Lanka. Virat Kohli, who will captain the team, has been asked to be present. The Indian team will leave for Sri ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago Leg-spinner Mishra recalled to Indian Test squad (Second lead)  NetIndia123.com1 month ago Leg-spinner Amit Mishra Recalled for Tour of Sri Lanka  India-West1 month ago Leggie Mishra recalled to Indian Test squad vs Sri Lanka  Yahoo! India1 month ago
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The Zimbabwean

BCCI confirms selection meeting for Zimbabwe tour

Delhi (Agencies): Clearing doubts over India\\'s upcoming tour of Zimbabwe, the BCCI confirmed on Saturday that the senior selection committee will meet in Delhi on Monday to pick what is likely to be a second-string squad for the three ODIs and two ...
 Frontier Post2 months ago India squad for Zimbabwe tour to be selected on June 29  India Online.in2 months ago
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Cricbuzz.com

BCCI's meeting underway to pick India's squad for Zimbabwe tour

New Delhi, June 29 (ANI): The meeting of the All-India Senior Selection Committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is currently underway here to pick the squad for the upcoming India's tour of Zimbabwe. India is scheduled to ...
 Yahoo! India2 months ago India squad for Zimbabwe to be selected on June 29  Cricbuzz.com2 months ago
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ABP Live

Trial in Lucknow for women's wrestlers from Monday

New Delhi, July 4 The selection committee of Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) will meet at Sports Authority of India (SAI) training Centre in Lucknow on Monday to witness selection trials for the women's team who will represent the country in ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago BCCI rubbishes rumours of rift in Indian dressing room  Firstpost.com1 month ago BCCI dismisses speculation of rift in Indian team  The Gulf Today1 month ago BCCI Denies Dressing Room Rift in Indian Team  New Indian Express2 months ago
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Mumbai Mirror

And the Oscar goes to… Gujarati BJP man... And the Oscar goes to… Gujarati BJP man in jury

The "Gujarat Model" has reached the Film Federation of India too. Senior BJP leader and popular Gujarati actor Naresh Kanodia has become the first Gujarati to find a place in the jury to select India's entries for the Oscars. Gujarati ...
 Mumbai Mirror4 days ago
Millennium Post

BCCI goes into a huddle

rass of the Indian cricket board on Tuesday got into a huddle after the Justice RM Lodha committee banned CSK and RR for two years from the IPL. The IPL Governing Council members will be meeting in Mumbai on July 19 to discuss the implications ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago BCCI brass to take stock on July 19  Millennium Post1 month ago Furore after Lodha committee verdict  Business Insider India1 month ago IPL Verdict: Auction, new franchisees or new buyers? BCCI to discuss options on 19 July  Firstpost.com1 month ago
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Times of India

Par panel on Lokpal gets two months' extension

NEW DELHI: The Parliamentary committee examining the Lokpal Bill has got two months' extension till September. It is the second extension given to the panel after it could not finish its work by last month end. The 31-member Parliamentary ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Lokpal Bill: Parliament panel gets yet another extension  Indian Express2 weeks ago Parliament panel on Lokpal gets two-month extension  Millennium Post2 weeks ago Parliamentary panel on Lokpal gets another two months' extension  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
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