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Proteas set for longest ever Indian tour
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No more differences with BCCI: Cricket South Africa's Lorgat

While South Africa gear up for their longest ever tour to India that will stretch to two-and-a-half months, they are also banking on India's return series that should be held in early 2018. A full series in the African country is finally on the ... Hindustan Times, 1 hour ago
SA set for marathon tour of India Qatar Peninsula, 1 day ago
Proteas to tour India Himalayan Times, 1 day ago
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Indian Express

Sourav Ganguly reiterates BCCI's stance over India-Pakistan series

New Delhi: Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly has reiterated the same stance as of BCCI over a Cricket series with Pakistan amid the cross-border terror activities. Yesteryear's flamboyant left-hand batsman feels that first the neighbouring ...
 PardaPhash1 hour ago Terror will have to completely go before India-Pakistan series could happen, says Sourav Ganguly  Indian Express6 hours ago Gurdaspur Terror Attack Hinders Resumption of India-Pakistan Cricket Ties  International Business Times India8 hours ago Sourav Ganguly talks tough  Deccan Chronicle16 hours ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Ban on Rajasthan Royals players to stay, BCCI rules

NEW DELHI: Indian cricket board (BCCI) secretary Anurag Thakur reiterated on Tuesday that there was no way back for Sreesanth, Ankit Chavan and Ajit Chandila because the BCCI would not lift the penalties imposed on them. Thakur, however, said the ...
 Times of India8 hours ago Team India to get new coach ahead of South Africa series: reports  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago 'New coach for Team India before SA series'  MSN News US1 day ago Sreesanth should be allowed to return to the cricket field, KCA demands BCCI  Odisha Samaya1 day ago
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Rediff.com

Why BCCI is wary of terminating CSK, Royals from IPL

The Board of Control for Cricket in India is proceeding cautiously on the demands for the removal of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the Indian Premier League in the wake of a judicial committee order over the spot-fixing and betting scandal in the 2013 edition owing to legal implications in adopting such a course.Giving this overview, top BCCI sources said all legal options are being explored but the Board does not want to face legal problems later in case of axing of the two ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago #SaveCSK - Fans launch campaign to revoke ban, to meet on August 1  Oneindia5 hours ago BCCI hands CSK, Royals two-year suspensions  Sify1 week ago REUTERS - Cricket-BCCI hand Chennai, Rajasthan two-year suspensions  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
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Mumbai Mirror

BCCI ropes in Royal Challengers trainer... BCCI ropes in Royal Challengers trainer Basu for Team India

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has roped in Shankar Basuto train the Indian team. The Chennai-based fitness trainer, who has worked with quite a few cricketers and sports personalities besides south Indian film stars, is likely to ...
 Mumbai Mirror11 hours ago Trainer Basu Can Excel With Team India, Say Experts  New Indian Express3 days ago
Abu Dhabi National

Are calls for N Srinivasan's resignations justified?

In the meanwhile, Srinivasan was also ousted from control of the the Indian cricket Board that came as a fallout of the apex court's investigations into the IPL match fixing. One would tend to believe Srinivasan when he says he has done no wrong, particularly ...
 Economic Times5 days ago Cricket's absorbing self-interest allows N Srinivasan to retain power and control  Abu Dhabi National18 hours ago Are calls for Srinivasan's resignations justified?  Prokerala5 days ago ICC Select Christian Burgess & Delray Rawlins  Bernews14 hours ago
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IndiaTV News

Vadodara man becomes Indian Cricket team's tour manager

Mumbai Former Baroda opener Rakesh Parikh has been nominated by the Cricket Board as administrative manager of the Indian team to tour Sri Lanka next month. The cricketer-turned-administrator said yes when asked by PTI whether he would be the ...
 DeshGujarat1 day ago Rakesh Parikh nominated India manager for Lanka tour  Press Trust of India1 day ago Indian Cricket Team to tour Sri Lanka for a three-Test series  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago India to tour Sri Lanka, Australia  Prokerala2 weeks ago
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Rediff.com

'Why not give Ravi Shastri a full go as India coach?'

Mahendra Singh Dhoni of India speaks with Director of Cricket Ravi Shastri. Photograph: Getty Images Former India captain Sourav Ganguly has said that Ravi Shastri is doing a good job as Team Director.  "At the present moment, he (Shastri) has been asked to continue as Team Director by the board till at least the Sri Lanka tour. "Even Anurag Thakur has said in an interview that after the Lanka tour, we will sit and find out if we need a coach. Because we have ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago No better role-model for youngsters than Dravid, says Ravi Shastri  Business Standard1 month ago BCCI appoints Dravid as coach of India 'A', Under-19  Business Standard1 month ago Is Rahul Dravid in-line for Team India coach?  Jagran Post1 month ago
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The News Tribe

Cricket, militant attacks can't go hand-in-hand, BCCI tells Pakistan

A senior official of the Board of Control for Cricket India (BCCI), Anurag Thakur, has said series with Pakistan could not take place amid militant attacks. Police overcame heavily armed men dressed in military fatigues earlier on Monday after a ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 day ago BCCI's reluctance to come clean dampens prospects of Pakistan-India series  DAWN Group1 day ago Terrorism and cricket cannot prosper together- Secretary BCCI  The News Tribe1 day ago India cancels cricket series with Pakistan  Dunya News1 day ago
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Odisha Samaya

Game's Credibility should be Restored, Important for IPL to Produce Quality Cricket: VVS Laxman

Former Indian batsman VVS Laxman has termed the IPL spot-fixing as unfortunate, saying the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) shouldwork on cleansing and to restore the credibility of the game. It (the IPL scandal) is an unfortunate ...
 Odisha Samaya1 week ago BCCI capable of restoring credibility of Indian cricket: Laxman  Rediff.com1 week ago IPL has had some negative incidents, but overall is positive for Indian cricket: Laxman  Firstpost.com1 week ago No One Is Bigger Than Cricket, Says VVS Laxman On IPL Controversy  NDTV1 week ago
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