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Royals date for Mumbai


IPL champions Mumbai Indians earned themselves the chance of a title double after they booked a berth in the final of the CLT20 with a six-wicket win over Trinidad & Tobago Red Force at the Kotla here on Saturday.

Mumbai look to defuse T&T

The weather gods decided to make their presence felt in the capital on Friday, the eve of the second Champions League T20 semi-final between Mumbai Indians and West Indies’ side Trinidad & Tobago Red Force.

Kohli warns Oz ahead of series

India cricketer Virat Kohli was so impressed with his idol Sachin Tendulkar during his growing up years that he used to buy the same style of shoes that the Mumbaikar wore on the cricket field time and again.

T&T top group, push CSK into Jaipur semi-final

Trinidad & Tobago handed Chennai Super Kings a humiliating eight-wicket loss here on Wednesday to enter the semi-final of the CLT20 in emphatic style after finishing on top of Group B.

Mumbai come alive in Delhi

Mumbai Indians made their way into the CLT20 semi-finals with a commanding six-wicket win over unfancied Perth Scorchers in the final Group A game at the Kotla here on Tuesday.

Mumbai face uphill task against Perth


The final two matches in the league stage of the CLT20 at the Kotla here on Wednesday offer interesting permutations and combinations as to who will join former champions Chennai Super Kings and Rajas

Chennai sweep to third straight win

Chennai Super Kings became the first team to secure a semi-final berth in CLT20 2013 with a dominating eight-wicket win over Brisbane Heat in their Group B match here in Ranchi on Saturday evening.

Titans march towards semi-final


South African side Titans cruised to an easy eight-wicket over Sunrisers Hyderabad in a Group B CLT20 match at the JSCA International Stadium Compex here in Ranchi on Saturday.

Chennai look to turn the heat on Brisbane


With the in-form Chennai Super Kings surging ahead in the CLT20 semi-finals’ race from Group B with posting back-to-back wins, the fight is more confined for the second spot between the remaining four

MSD’s house party


Chennai Super Kings rode on brilliant half-centuries by Suresh Raina and skipper M.S.

Old Bombay-Delhi battles used to go like this. Delhi : Look at our wide roads, our grand homes, our lovely winter. Bombay: You are an overgrown village. This then changed to —

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is developing the habit of responding only to prodding of the presidential variety. The credit for securing the first response goes to American President Barack Obama.