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Varun Khanna powers Punjab to win over railways

Hosts Assam opened their account in the points table with three points while defending champions Karnataka were handed one in the drawn match.

Shashank Manohar elected as new BCCI president, ends Srinivasan era

Shashank Manohar has been elected, unopposed, as the new BCCI president on Sunday, following the death of Jagmohan Dalmiya

The veteran cricket administrator was the lone nominee at the end of deadline

IND vs SA, 2nd T20: Team India look to bounce back, onus on MS Dhoni

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Match in Dharamsala can be a reality check for the hosts who have not played much T20Is

IND vs SA: MS Dhoni, AB de Villiers arrive for second T20

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The two teams would leave for Cuttack, 25 kilometers from Bhubaneswar

Cliche that it was a team decision untrue, says Anil Kumble

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Former India captain delivers 7th Dilip Sardesai lecture, says team is only as good as...

Shashank Manohar set for coronation

Board veterans Shashank Manohar (left) and Sharad Pawar at the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai on Saturday. (Photo: PTI)

Shashank Manohar is all set to be appointed BCCI president for a second time after the Nagpur-based lawyer emerged as the sole candidate for the top post.

Shashank Manohar means business

Newly elected BCCI President Shashank Manohar during a Press Conference in Mumbai. --PTi

When Shashank Manohar made his way to address his maiden press conference after being appointed BCCI president for a second time, he was still getting congratulatory messages.

Rain threat looms large over second T20

Covers were on at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack following heavy rains on Saturday. 	— PTI

Handed a defeat in the first T20, India will look to plug the loopholes in bowling and bounce back in a must-win second T20 of the three-match series against South Africa.

We are not vindictive: Shashank Manohar

They might have been at loggerheads in the recent past, but the newly-appointed BCCI president Shashank Manohar had high praise for his one-time colleague N. Srinivasan.

It’s an old cliche to say that we live in two countries — India and Bharat. The distinction is generally made along the urban-rural divide.

Hell hath no fury like a would-be minister scorned.