IMAGE: India’s Virat Kohli celebrates after winning the ICC World T20 match against Australia, in Mohali. Photograph: PTI Photos. The legend of Virat Kohli reached gigantic proportions at the World T20. The reigning superstar of Indian cricket virtually made the tournament a one-man show till India's campaign ended in the semi-final against the West Indies following a lackadaisical effort by the team's leading bowlers. Qualifying for the semi-finals should not be considered ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
India's home cricket season 2016-17 comprises three Tests and five ODIs against New Zealand, followed by five Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is against England. Australia will visit India in February-March 2017 to play four Tests and Bangladesh is slated to play a one-off Test in India. IMAGE: The Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot. Photograph: BCCI The Indian cricket team is set for a busy home season in 2016-17, with as many as 13 Tests, eight ODIs and three Twenty20 ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Having stepped down as president of the embattled Indian Cricket Board that is facing the heat from the Supreme Court, Shashank Manohar said he quit as he was not capable of implementing the recommendations of the Justice Lodha Committee and see BCCI's structure collapsing. "I did whatever was good and in the interest of the Board even before the Lodha committee recommendations were given. I'm not a person who is capable of implementing them," the Nagpur lawyer, who has become the first ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
IMAGE: Rishabh Pant celebrates his half-century against Gujarat Lions. Photograph: BCCI. India's Under-19 star Rishabh Pant struck a brilliant half-century to power Delhi Daredevils to a comprehensive eight-wicket victory over Gujarat Lions at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot, on Tuesday. 18-year-old Pant, playing in only his third IPL match, stole the limelight as he hit a 40-ball 69 with the help of nine fours and two sixes as the Daredevils chased down the target of 150 ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The wars of the future will be fought over water and if they occur on large scale, will be far more devastating than any we have seen yet, says Shreekant Sambrani. IMAGE: Residents wait for their turn to fill their containers with water, next to a municipal corporation water tanker in Maktampura neighbourhood in Ahmedabad. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters Just think: 6 million litres of water sets off fierce wars of words and litigation in a country that receives 400 million times ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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