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India's Ajinkya Rahane: I wasn't thinking about captaincy ever
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Senior players given a break, Rahane to lead in Zimbabwe

Manoj Tiwary Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), on Monday, decided to send a new-look team under Ajinkya Rahane for the short tour of Zimbabwe next month, giving most of the senior players a break. We have decided to ... Calcutta Telegraph, 2 days ago

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Upset Bangla Board hits out

Bangladesh has criticised the current scheduling system in international cricket as a new tri-series in Zimbabwe threatens their qualification for the 2017 Champions Trophy. Bangladesh stunned India 2-1 last week and were celebrating their qualification for ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago Uncertainty about Champions Trophy irks Bangladesh board  DNA1 day ago ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Bangladesh not happy with Zimbabwe tri-series  The News Tribe1 day ago Windies-Pak tri-series in Zimbabwe irks Bangladesh  Bangalore Mirror1 day ago

Was expecting ODI call up after Test success: Vijay

p in the ODI squad after putting in some effort in 32 Test appearances since 2008. On board to tour Zimbabwe for a three ODI and two T20 match series, Vijay is part of a second string 15-member Indian squad led by Ajinkya Rahane. The Tamil Nadu opener is ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Murali Vijay wants to grab Zimbabwe opportunity  Samaylive1 day ago Have always believed in myself, says Vijay  Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago
The News Tribe

WICB agrees for Zimbabwe tri-series in August

BARBADOS: West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) confirmed that it will take part in a tri-series in Zimbabwe in August-September along with the hosts and Pakistan. The schedule of the series is yet to be finalise as the last spot of Champions trophy ...
 The News Tribe3 days ago 'Not a healthy competition'  Bangladesh Daily Star2 days ago BCB bemoans Zimbabwe tri-series  Bdnews24.com2 days ago West Indies confirm Zimbabwe tri-series  Cricbuzz.com3 days ago
Hindustan Times

Team India's tour to Zimbabwe in July set to be postponed

The Indian teams tour to Zimbabwe next month has been rendered doubtful with the countrys cricket board saying that the limitedovers series could be postponed to next year if the ongoing issues between the BCCI and broadcaster Ten Sports are not resolved ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Player fatigue and broadcaster issue render India's Zimbabwe tour doubtful  First Post.com1 week ago India's tour to Zimbabwe rendered doubtful  Deccan Herald1 week ago Team India's tour to Zimbabwe for ODI series rendered doubtful  One India1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Bangladesh against Windies, Pakistan, Zimbabwe tri-series

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has expressed unhappiness at the proposed tri-series between Pakistan and West Indies in Zimbabwe to decide a berth for the Champions Trophy.The series will see the two visiting teams and the hosts battle it out among ...
 Prokerala1 day ago Windies to play crucial tri-series against Zimbabwe, Pakistan  Jamaica Observer1 day ago 2017 Champions Trophy: Bangladesh unhappy with change in plans  The Express Tribune1 day ago BCB director bemoans loopholes in new FTP  Daily Times2 days ago

BCCI's meeting underway to pick India's squad for Zimbabwe tour

New Delhi, June 29 (ANI): The meeting of the All-India Senior Selection Committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is currently underway here to pick the squad for the upcoming India's tour of Zimbabwe. India is scheduled to ...
 Yahoo! India2 days ago India squad for Zimbabwe to be selected on June 29  Cricbuzz.com4 days ago
Indian Express

Decision on Zimbabwe tour in two days: Jagmohan Dalmiya

The BCCI had initially decided to call off the tour over the broadcasting issue. (Source: File) The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will take a final decision on the Zimbabwe tour in the next couple of days. BCCI president Jagmohan ...
 Indian Express5 days ago 'Decision on Zimbabwe tour in two days'  MSN News US5 days ago Tour of Zimbabwe Not Called off Yet  New Indian Express1 week ago
The Telegraph

Minister stumps Pak Board

The Pakistan Cricket Board, which hosted Zimbabwe just weeks ago, is in the dark about an attempt by India's Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) to prevent the tour, as alleged by the home minister of Punjab province, Shuja Khanzada. If there actually was ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago Another round of talks on Indo-Pak cricket in coming weeks  Rediff.com1 month ago No decision on Indo-Pak cricket series: Sushma Swaraj  Deccan Herald1 month ago

BCCI calls off Zimbabwe tour due to broadcast issues, fatigue factor

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday called off India's proposed tour to Zimbabwe. Last Updated: Monday, June 22, 2015 - 15:36 Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday called off India's proposed ...
 Zee News1 week ago BCCI pulls the plug on Zimbabwe tour due to broadcast issues  Africa News Wire1 week ago BCCI calls off Zimbabwe tour citing broadcast issues, fatigue: report  NetIndia123.com1 week ago BCCI calls off Zimbabwe tour: report  Rediff.com1 week ago
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