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West Indies to play 3 Tests, 5 ODIs in India in October-November
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West Indies to play 3 Tests, 5 ODIs in India in October-November

The Board of Control for Cricket in India's Tours and Fixtures Committee shortlisted Bangalore, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad for India's three-Test series against the West Indies during October and November this year.The committee has allotted the five ODIs to Kolkata, Visakhapatnam, Cuttack, Dharamsala and Kochi while Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla will be hosting its first ever international Twenty20 match.The exact date-wise match-schedule will be finalised later on the basis of logistics.It was ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago
BCCI to announce WI tour itinerary on July 26 Cricbuzz.com, 6 days ago

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Srinivasan likely to get nod as ICC chief

(AFP) / 23 June 2014 The Board of Control for Cricket in India has confirmed the 69-year-old industrialist will stand as chairman of the International Cricket Council despite being suspended by India's ...
 Khaleej Times1 month ago Srinivasan set to become chief of ICC  Daily Times1 month ago Srinivasan poised for ICC nod  Glos Wielkopolski1 month ago Srinivasan to get nod as ICC head  Cape Times1 month ago
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Sunil Gavaskar seeks direction from Supreme Court

Former cricketer Sunil Gavaskar, who was appointed interim president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to handle the affairs of Indian Premier League 2014, wrote a letter to the Supreme Court seeking an order for his future course ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
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BCCI congratulates N.Srinivasan

Mumbai, June 26: The Indian cricket board Thursday congratulated N. Srinivasan on becoming the first Chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC). Srinivasan has been suspended as Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president by ...
 Headlines India1 month ago Mithali Raj to lead India in England  Headlines India1 week ago Mithali Raj will skipper the Indian women's cricket team which will tour England in August  India News Blast1 week ago Mithali to lead India in England  Prokerala1 week ago
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ACA goes hi-tech, beams junior match

Andhra Cricket Association, after winning the accolades of all and sundry, including the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), for sprucing up quality infrastructure has now gone a step ahead and added an element of technology to its ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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SC Allows Srinivasan To Contest ICC Presidential Election

New Delhi: Indian cricket board president N. Srinivasan can go ahead and participate in the election for ICC president as the Supreme Court Thursday declined to entertain a plea by the Cricket Association of Bihar to restrain him from joining the ...
 Weekly Voice1 month ago Srinivasan can contest election for ICC president: SC  Deccan Herald1 month ago

India could return to play cricket in UAE feels Gavaskar

(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Indias senior team has not played in the emirates since 2006 when it contested two one-day internationals against pakistan. sunil gavaskar expects india's cricket to return to uae schedule permitting india cricket legend ...
 MENAFN1 month ago India will return to play in UAE: Gavaskar  Gulf News1 month ago India will return to play in UAE: Sunil Gavaskar  Gulf News1 month ago

Vijay is 55 years

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MS Dhoni and Co fly business class, casually

London: MS Dhoni and the Indian cricket team arrived in England for this summer's bumper series following standard protocol when on tour, but with one noticeable difference: the players were not wearing their traditional navy blue blazers.Instead, ...
 Weekly Times of India1 month ago MS Dhoni & Co to fly in business class, ditch blazers for tours  Indian Express1 month ago MS Dhoni and Co get business-class upgrade  Financial Express1 month ago Players dress-code eased on Team India's request  Indian Express1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Australia still backing suspended Indian cricket supremo for ICC role

Australia is standing by the man it backed for world cricket's top job, no matter how much squeamishness that might cause among those who prefer their supremos without conflicts or scandals. There is seemingly nothing to stop Narayanaswami ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Australia still backing Indian cricket supremo for ICC role  Melbourne Age1 month ago Australia still backing Indian supremo  The Northern Times1 month ago Australia standing by suspended supremo  Lakes Mail1 month ago
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