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Line of body or bodyline?

Saturday 4 January '14

To Carberry, Johnson bowled a series of deliveries that nipped past the bat and moved towards the slips.
Line of body or bodyline?

Saturday 4 January '14

To Michael Carberry, Johnson bowled a series of deliveries that nipped past the bat and moved towards the slips.
After number crunching, Jammu & Kashmir crack quarterfinal code

Friday 3 January '14

This year, for the first time in many seasons, the Ranji squad was picked after selectors watched two-day trial games.
After number crunching, Jammu & Kashmir crack quarterfinal code

Thursday 2 January '14

All-rounder Samiullah Beigh attributes the side's new-found belief to Parvez Rasool.
World Cup in mind, selectors take stock

Wednesday 1 January '14

Along with a pacer-all rounder, selectors also seem to be looking for a tearaway speedsters.
We can host Under-17 WC with two-three stadiums: Praful Patel

Sunday 15 December '13

FIFA advised that hosting the Under-17 World Cup will help India build a young team.
Lekha Unni rewrites record books with bronze at World School Games

Monday 2 December '13

Lekha, who hails from Thrissur, Kerala, is a ward of the Mercy Kuttan Academy in Kochi.
J&K bowlers learn from Kerala pacers, hurt their batsmen

Sunday 1 December '13

Punia has steadily progressed through the age groups and has an affinity to the wicket.
At 30, Jagadeesh's second wind continues with 84* vs J&K

Saturday 30 November '13

So copybook is his approach that it is hard to pick a stroke that has Jagadeesh's signature on it.
Two short, but J&K's Ian Dev Singh lives up to two great names

Friday 29 November '13

Ian Dev scored 16 fours and was easily the spectacle of the day.
The rise and rise of Kerala's Sanju Samson

Thursday 28 November '13

Samson has shown the promise to score big runs in the longer form of the game.
Running on empty: No match fee, J&K play for pride

Thursday 28 November '13

Even JKCA's infrastructure has not progressed like most other small cricket associations.
It’s over to you Jacques

Tuesday 19 November '13

Jacques Kallis will be 39 in the next World Cup.
Why Jamaica must come clean

Wednesday 16 October '13

Athletes follow a well-planned dope chart, in consultation with a specialist, in the countdown to major events like the Olympics.
Yuvraj Singh, back and how

Friday 11 October '13

Yuvraj Singh marked his return to international cricket by taking India to a comprehensive victory.
Australia in India: Teeing off with T20

Thursday 10 October '13

One-off game at Rajkot will precede the seven-match ODI series against Australia.
Indians see off Narine, T&T

Sunday 6 October '13

The threat from off-spinner Sunil Narine is always genuine in the shortest format of the game.
Mumbai back from dead and into semis

Thursday 3 October '13

Sachin Tendulkar was caught at deep square leg for a duck.
N Srinivasan's last hurdle - Aditya Verma and his powerful friends

Monday 30 September '13

The extent of Verma's connections can be gauged from the legal team representing the CAB.


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