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Live Reporting:India achieve historic win at Lord's
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Live Reporting:India achieve historic win at Lord's

London : India registered a historic 95-run win over England on the fifth and final day of the second cricket Test at Lord's here Monday. Resuming the second session at 173/5, England were bowled out for 223 while chasing a target of 319 runs. Pacer ... IndiaTV News, 17 hours ago
India are Lords once again Deccan Herald, 8 hours ago

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Rahane century lifts India

Some of the biggest names in Indian cricket, including Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar, had failed to etch their names on the Lord's honours board for scoring a Test hundred. But Ajinkya Rahane achieved that cherished feat on Thursday, making a wonderful ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago Sunil Gavaskar seeks direction from Supreme Court  DNA India1 week ago 'Gavaskar requires status news'  The Statesman1 week ago Gavaskar Writes to SC, Asks for Salary  New Indian Express1 week ago
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Mithali Raj to lead India in England

Mumbai: Mithali Raj will skipper the Indian women's cricket team which will tour England in August to play a four-day Test match and three One-Day Internationals (ODI).Wicketkeeper Karuna Jain has been named the vice-captain of the 15-member ...
 IndiaTV News3 days ago Mithali to lead India in England  Prokerala4 days ago Cricket Buzz: Mithali Raj bats for more women's Tests  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Confirmed: India-Pakistan Test series in December, 2015

Karachi, July 9: A top official of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) today said that it had got a good deal in finalising its bilateral series with other countries in the new future tours program of the International Cricket Council (ICC) that will ...
 ThatsCricket1 week ago PCB happy with bilateral series deals in new FTP  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Pak cricketers hopeful of resumption of bilateral series with India  Rediff.com1 month ago

UAE will host Pakistan v India series in 2015, claims PCB boss

India could be playing a full series against Pakistan in the UAE in December 2015, according to Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Najam Sethi. The PCB boss ruled out the possibility of Pakistan hosting India at home for the time being owing to ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News2 weeks ago PCB Seeks Nawaz Sharif's Help to Organise India-Pakistan Bilateral Series  NDTV2 weeks ago Pakistan's 'Home' Series vs India Downgraded to 2-Test Affairs  NDTV1 week ago
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India-Pakistan to Play More Cricket in Near Future but Fewer Tests

India and Pakistan will play each other more in the next eight years. Reuters India and Pakistan cricket fans will be buoyed by the news that the two teams will now see more of each other on the field than they have done in the last few years. ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago India-Pakistan Series Could Help Pakistan Cricket Board Earn USD 450 Million  NDTV2 weeks ago PHF secretary says Pakistan will give their best in title defence  Daily Times1 week ago

Gavaskar Complains to Supreme Court, Wants BCCI to Pay Up

Sunil Gavaskar was appointed interim chief of the Indian cricket Board after the Supreme Court barred N. Srinivasan from officiating as BCCI president. Reported by: NDTVSports Last updated on Friday, 11 July, 2014 12:50 IST
 NDTV1 week ago Sunil Gavaskar demands salary from BCCI, complains to Supreme Court  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Sunil Gavaskar Complains to Supreme Court, Wants BCCI to Pay Up  INooz1 week ago

New ICC chairman Srinivasan vows to popularise cricket

N. Srinivasan, who has been suspended by Indias Supreme Court after being named in the IPL spot-fixing investigation, was confirmed as the first International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman after its full council approved constitutional changes during a ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago ICC confirms Srinivasan as new boss  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Srinivasan is ICC's first chairman  Prokerala3 weeks ago N Srinivasan, barred from Indian Cricket Board, becomes ICC chief  Daiji World3 weeks ago

BCCI congratulates Srinivasan

Mumbai, June 26 (IANS) The Indian cricket board Thursday congratulated N. Srinivasan on becoming the first Chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC).
 News Chennai Online3 weeks ago BCCI congratulates N.Srinivasan  Headlines India3 weeks ago ICC could not have found a better leader than Srinivasan, says BCCI  Rediff.com3 weeks ago ICC has found a 'better leader' in N Srinivasan: BCCI  One India3 weeks ago

Sethi slams Ashraf for mishandling the 'Big Three' issue

Karachi - Pakistan Cricket Board chairman, Najam Sethi has lashed out at his predecessor, Zaka Ashraf for mishandling the `Big Three` issue and leaving Pakistan in danger of being isolated in world cricket. Speaking at a function in Islamabad ...
 Topnews.in2 weeks ago Bilateral Agreement for Cricket Series Useless Without India's Clearance, Says Najam Sethi  NDTV2 weeks ago Bilateral agreement useless without India`s clearance: Najam Sethi  Zee News3 weeks ago Bilateral Cricket Series Useless Without India's Clearance:Sethi  Daijiworldcom2 weeks ago
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