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Parvez Rasool Trapped In Kashmir Floods

Parvez Rasool Trapped In Kashmir Floods

When floodwaters entered cricketer Parvez Rasool's residence in Bijbehara in Kashmir's Anantnag district 10 days back, his first reaction was to drag his two cricket kit bags upstairs to the first floor. But little did Rasool know what would follow. Indiatimes, 1 month ago
I was cut off for 11 days: Parvez Rasool ABP Live, 1 month ago
I was cut off for The Telegraph, 1 month ago

For JK cricketer Parvez Rasool this productive bat was worth taking a risk

A lot has been lost in the surging waters of the Jhelum but Parvez Rasool, the first cricketer from Jammu and Kashmir to play for India, managed to save a prized possession, his cricket bat.
 Hindustan Times1 month ago For J-K cricketer Parvez Rasool, this productive bat was worth taking a risk  Hindustan Times1 month ago
ESPN Cricinfo

Parvez Rasool tells of flood horror

Parvez Rasool, the India offspinner, has spoken of the hardship he and his family have endured during the on-going floods in his home state of Jammu & Kashmir
 ESPN Cricinfo1 month ago

I was in a helpless situation for last …

By | Sportskeeda FILE PHOTO: Parvez Rasool has narrated his harrowing experience during Jammu & Kashmir floods The devastating effects of nature spare no one. Jammu and Kashmir cricketer Parvez Rasool, who had been stranded at his home in ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Rasool launches Yuvraj Singh Centre of Excellence at KC Sports Club

Excelsior Sports Correspondent Players of Indian Cricket team, Parvez Rasool interacting with media persons after inauguration of Yuvraj Singh Centre of Excellence at KC Sports Club. -Excelsior/Rakesh JAMMU, Oct 13: Yuvraj Singh Centre of ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago Rana exhorts youth to strive for excellence in sports, academics  Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago

Parvez Rasool survives harrowing experience in J&K floods

Parvez Rasool, India cricketer and captain of Jammu&Kashmir, was one among the thousands affected by the recent floods in the northern Indian state. "For the last 11 days, I was literally cut off from the society as none of the telephones or ...
 Cricbuzz.com1 month ago Rasool survives harrowing experience  Cricbuzz.com1 month ago

Gambhir scores 167 but Central Zone get lead

Mohali, Oct 24 Gautam Gambhir's 167 powered North Zone to 457 on the third day of the Duleep Trophy cricket semi-final against Central Zone at the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) Stadium here Friday. The left-handed opener, who started the day ...
 ProKerala.com22 minutes ago

Gautam Gambhir slashes 37th first-class ton, strengthens selection case

Gautam Gambhir's valuable knock was not enough for North Zone to muster the lead over Central Zone. (Source: Express File photo) Skipper Gautam Gambhir's 37th first-class century might have made his case stronger for an India comeback but his ...
 Indian Express19 minutes ago Gambhir hits ton, North short of Central's first-innings score  Business Standard India27 minutes ago Duleep Trophy: Gambhir roars back into form with a century  Rediff.com45 minutes ago

Naman Ojha Double Ton Puts Central Zone in Command vs North Zone in Duleep Trophy semis

File photo of Naman Ojha playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad during IPL 2014. BCCI Mohali: Wicketkeeper-batsman Naman Ojha continued from where he left on the opening day to notch up his second double ton in first-class cricket this year to ...
 NDTV8 hours ago Central ahead after Ojha's double ton  Deccan Herald19 hours ago Central Zone reign supreme after Ojha double ton  Business Standard India1 day ago

Duleep Trophy: Sever-star Binny helps South march towards crushing innings win

Stuart Binny. Photograph: Clint Hughes/Getty Images All-rounder Stuart Binny tormented the East Zone batsmen with his controlled swing bowling as they lost as many as 14 wickets with South Zone marching towards a comprehensive innings victory at the end of second day in the semi-final of the Duleep Trophy. Starting the day at 236 for nine, South's first innings ended at 264 with last pair of HS Sharath (6 no) and Abhimanyu Mithun (23) batting out the first hour. The South bowlers then came ...
 Rediff.com23 hours ago
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