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Ranji Trophy to be held at neutral venues?
Times of India

It's official now, Ranji Trophy goes neutral

Having received a "favourable" response from State captains and coaches at their conclave on Thursday, the BCCI Working Committee ratified the proposal by the Board's Technical Committee to play Ranji Trophy at neutral venues. The logistics of holding such a ... Deccan Herald, 1 day ago
Ranji Trophy to be held at neutral venues? Times of India, 3 weeks ago

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BCCI will be forced to act against GCA, says whistleblower Angle

Panaji: The dissident group wanting to cleanse Goan cricket of all its ills are confident that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) wouldn't turn a blind eye for a second time. Three top Goa Cricket Association officials, president ...
 Times of India6 days ago Process of reviving Bihar cricket begins  Cricbuzz.com4 days ago GCA must invest in a cricket academy to improve standards: BCCI coach  Goa Herald4 weeks ago Playing matches is important aspect of shaping talent: Phadnis  Navhind Times1 month ago

8 cricketers who played for Indian teams and then represented other countries

Over the years, there have many cricketers of Indian origin who played for other countries. Starting from the days of Ranjit Sinhji, many famous cricketers who hailed from India and later represented a different country altogether. So, we thought ...
 Yahoo! India5 days ago Talented J&K player falls prey to politics  Kashmir Times1 month ago
The Hindu

They have cricket and a coach to thank for

A group of youngsters from areas proximate to Santhome High Road find out that there is more to the sport than runs and wickets. Nearly two weeks before 25 June 1983, when a disbelieving cricket world witnessed a David-versus-Goliath at the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Gentlemen and the game of diminishing returns

Cricketers who have done little for the game for the last twenty years except for playing a few Ranji matches- are up and suddenly wanting to do something for the game. Good. According to them, the good for the game will happen when a duly elected ...
 Navhind Times2 weeks ago
India Today

Ranji Trophy is biggest boost for Chhattisgarh cricket: Dave

NAGPUR: Ever since Chhattisgarh came into existence a decade and half ago, their cricketers had to suffer a lot as there was no affiliation for the state from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). However, with BCCI approving ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Duleep Trophy to be day-night affair; Chhattisgarh to debut in Ranji  India Today2 weeks ago Duleep trophy to be D/N affair; Chhattisgarh to debut in Ranji  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago BCCI's Domestic revamp: All Ranji trophy matches on neutral venues, new system for Duleep trophy  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
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Deccan Chronicle

VVS Laxman hopeful of Bengal turnaround in Ranji

Kolkata: Indian batting great VVS Laxman, who is batting consultant in Cricket Association of Bengal's (CAB) ambitious 'Vision 2020' programme believes that they would be a transformed side in the upcoming season and would win their first Ranji ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Bengal's chances of reliving Ranji glory better than ever, feels VVS Laxman  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Laxman Confident of Good Show from Bengal in Coming Ranji Season  IBNLive2 weeks ago VVS Laxman Confident of Good Show From Bengal in Ranji Trophy  NDTV2 weeks ago
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Rediff.com

New BCCI boss Thakur and Ganguly make some tough decisions

Ranji games at neutral venues, Duleep's zonal system scrapped IMAGE: BCCI President Anurag Thakur, centre, with Technical Committee chairman Sourav Ganguly, left, and secretary Ajay Shirke. Photograph: BCCI/Twitter. The Board of Control for Cricket in India's technical committee, headed by former India captain Sourav Ganguly, decided to have all Ranji matches from the coming season at neutral venues while inter-zonal system of the Duleep Trophy will be replaced by four all-India ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago BCCI Technical Panel Scrap Duleep Trophy Zonal System, Ranji At Neutral Venues  NDTV3 weeks ago BCCI Technical Panel Scrap Duleep Zonal System, Ranji At Neutral Venues  NDTV3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

Dismissing Tendulkar twice my greatest moment: Lahiri

Kolkata, Jun 9 () Dismissing the iconic Sachin Tendulkar in both the innings of the Ranji Super League final in 2006-07 will remain the "greatest moment" in offspinner Saurasish Lahiri 's first-class career spanning 17 years. Lahiri today announced ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago 'Dismissing Sachin Tendulkar twice my greatest moment'  MSN News US2 weeks ago Dismissing Tendulkar twice is my greatest moment: spinner Saurasish Lahiri  Mid Day2 weeks ago Emotional Sourashis bids adieu to cricket  Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago
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India Today

India Today impact: Mehbooba Mufti helps Kashmiri cricketer with NoC to play in England

Mehjoor, who has represented the state in Ranji trophy, was earlier denied of the NoC by the state cricket body and was asked to get it from the National Conference President Dr Farooq Abdullah. Mehjoor Ali Sofi finally gets NoC to play in ...
 India Today1 month ago JKCA refuses NOC to player for county cricket in England  Greater Kashmir1 month ago
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