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    Extend the World Test Championship, suggests Pakistan coach Misbah-ul-Haq

    Lahore: Pakistan coach Misbah-ul-Haq said that the International Cricket Council (ICC) should consider extending the World Test Championships as the cricket calendar is frozen due to the coronavirus pandemic. With countries around the world grappling with the fast-spreading disease, cricket, like all other sports, has come to a standstill. 'The tournament should be...

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    Harmanpreet Kaur Reveals The Biggest Difference Between India And Australia's Cricketing Culture

    After an excellent campaign in the entire T-20 Women's World Cup, the Indian team was slammed face-first into the post by a phenomenal Australia in the final showdown. With a mountain of 185 to climb to clinch their maiden T-20 World title, India was dealt a telling blow in the very first over when Shafali Verma, India's most consistent...

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    'Quaran-training' during quarantine: Hardik Pandya urges everyone to stay fit during lockdown; watch

    Mumbai: Hardik Pandya could have set the stage on fire on his return from injury in the home ODI series against South Africa. But with the coronavirus wrecking havoc, the three-match affair had to be postponed as virtually all sporting events, including the Tokyo Olympics, came to a jolting halt. But that hasn't stopped the star all-rounder from...

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    COVID-19: Ganguly Visits Belur Math After 25 years, Helps Needy With 2000-kg Rice

    Visited belur math after 25 years .. handed over 2000kgs of rice for the needy pic.twitter.com/FcIqHcWMh7 - Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) April 1, 2020 function catchException() {try{ twitterJSDidLoad(); }catch(e){}} function getAndroidVersion(ua) {ua = (ua ||...

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    COVID-19: Ganguly visits Belur Math after 25 years, helps needy

    Kolkata, April 1 : BCCI president and former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday visited Belur Math, the global headquarters of the Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, to hand over 2000kgs of rice for the needy in his bid to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. "Visited belur math after 25 years. handed over 2000kgs of rice for the needy," Ganguly said in a tweet. The...

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    Sourav Ganguly begins Rs 50L rice-feeding campaign at ISKCON, Belur Math

    As promised on Wednesday last week, BCCI President and former India captain Sourav Ganguly has started providing free rice to the needy people who have been put in government schools for safety and security amid the coronavirus scare. Ganguly took to social media to announce the beginning of his charity campaign on Wednesday. The southpaw visited Belur Math and handed over...

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    Exclusive: 'Decision to postpone the Games was right' - Anjum Moudgil on Tokyo Olympics deferral

    Ace shooter Anjum Moudgil was one of the first to seal qualification for 2020 Tokyo Olympics back in 2018. Everything was going as per the plan before the situation surrounding COVID-19 started to turn around. Eventually India and almost the entire world was in lockdown due to the pandemic which forced the International Olympic Committee to postpone...

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    Good news for Virat Kohli & co as BCCI decides not to cut salary of cricketers

    Sportspersons being asked to take pay cuts have been making news ever since the outbreak of the coronavirus brought the world to a standstill. But Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Treasurer Arun Dhumal has made it clear that there is no such thought process at present when it comes to the salary of the Indian cricketers.

    • 35 min ago
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    You have lost the plot: Neesham trolls ICC

    Auckland, April 1 (IANS) The International Cricket Council (ICC) looked to trick cricket fans on April Fool's day with a post on Instagram in which it asked fans to spot Indian captain Virat Kohli among hundreds of pictures of KL Rahul. The post featured a number of images of Rahul among which one was that of Kohli's. The post drew a lot of responses, including from Rahul himself. New Zealand...

    • 36 min ago
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    We are behind Aus & Eng in fitness, but not skill: Harmanpreet

    New Delhi, April 1 (IANS) India's T20I captain Harmanpreet Kaur has said India's domestic scructure is "five-six years behind" Australia and England, adding that skill wise they are at par with them. India lost to Australia in the T20 World Cup final by 85 runs last month. "Definitely we are five-six years behind them in these aspects," Kaur told Mumbai...

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