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Despite back-to-back ODI series victories against New Zealand and England, India are far from playing to their full potential.
Two ex-Ranji players, Rakesh Handa and Rakesh Rathour, are taking over the PCA reins from the disqualified office-bearers.
New Zealand’s 2-0 clean sweep of Bangladesh have seen them overtake Pakistan in the latest ICC Test Rankings.
23 Jan 2017
A Sri Lanka Cricket release confirmed that Mathews has now been granted permission to head home after injuring himself.
The new committee would look and probe if there is any kind of corruption and irregularities by anyone in any sport in the country.
Leg-spinner Amit Mishra and off-break bowler Parvez Rasool were picked as replacements for the series.
Tim Southee became the fifth New Zealander to take 200 test wickets as he helped spur his team to a nine-wicket win over Bangladesh
India missed out on a clean sweep when they suffered a narrow five-run defeat to England in the third One-day International.
Jadhav could not steer the side to win in the third ODI tonight but was adjudged the man-of-the-series for his 232 runs in the series.
It has been decided that four more stands will be named after personalities, including two war heroes whose names will be put forward by the Ministry of Defence.
On an unusually dry, slow Wanderers pitch, South Africa were bowled out in 19.3 overs.
22 Jan 2017
India won the series 2-1, having won the first two matches of the series in Pune and Cuttack.
The diminutive Sandakan took four for 23 as South Africa were bowled out for 113 in 19.3 overs.
After Australia made 353 for six on the back of a David Warner century that was aided by appalling fielding from the tourists, Pakistan replied with 267 from 43.5 overs.
The hosts made a solitary change to the team with Ajinkya Rahane replacing opener Shikhar Dhawan, whose form has been patchy.
Returning to the team after a gap of one year, nerves were bound to be jangling for Bhuvneshwar Kumar in Cuttack.
With regard to the nine-year tenure for office-bearers, the Lodha panel has left it to the Supreme Court to decide.
With the series in pocket, India will look for a clean sweep when they take on England in the third ODI here on Sunday.
Don Bosco beat St Michaels with nine wickets and 6.5 overs to spare in their clash held on the fourth day of the LVB U-14 cricket tournament.
England opener Alex Hales will miss the remainder of India tour after scans revealed that he had suffered from a hand fracture.
21 Jan 2017
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