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Prasar Bharti to telecast Sri Lanka series
Prasar Bharati, the parent company of Doordarshan, has been awarded the rights to telecast the forthcoming Sri Lanka and South Africa series. The marketing committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India met in Kolkata to decide on the production and telecast rights due to the delayed court case against Zee Tv.. [more]

ICC writes to Indian prime minister
The ICC confirmed that it had written to Dr Mahmohan Singh, the Indian Prime Minister, ahead of Thursday's cabinet meeting concerning moves to give Indian terrestrial television preferential treatment in securing the broadcast rights to telecast international cricket in India. [more]

Atapattu: 'We are all geared up for the tour'
Sri Lanka's captain, Marvan Atapattu, has said that the tour of India will assess how well his team can perform away from home. [more]

Ganguly passed fit to play Duleep Trophy
Sourav Ganguly has been declared fit to take part in East Zone's Duleep Trophy match against North Zone, to be played at Rajkot from October 20-24. Ganguly, who recently lost the captaincy of the one-day team, and was ruled out of the first two one-day internationals against Sri Lanka, was suffering from a mild tennis elbow. [more]

Players' contracts to be delayed
The renewal of contracts for Indian cricketers is set to be delayed at least till early next month, a top source in the Indian Board said today. [more]

Kaif waits for Gloster assessment
Ruled out of the first two one-days against Sri Lanka, Mohammad Kaif, India's middle order batsman, has said that a decision will only be made after John Gloster, team physio, completes his assessment of his injury. Kaif's injury will keep him out of action for at least two weeks. [more]

India sidestep Bangladesh visit
Bangladesh's tour to India in the new year is still shrouded in doubt, according to Ali Asghar, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president. [more]

Nayan Doshi hopes for second time lucky
Surrey's Nayan Doshi, the son of Dilip Doshi, will be returning to Saurashtra for the forthcoming Ranji Trophy season, after making a name for himself in England. [more]

Akhtar - 'Dravid will make a good captain'
Shoaib Akhtar, the controversial Pakistan fast bowler, believes Rahul Dravid will come good as captain of the Indian team. Akhtar played alongside Dravid in the first two games of the one-day leg in the World XI series against Australia, and sees the latter as the right choice for captain. [more]

Kumble reflects on 500-mark, Dravid and India
35 years old on October 17, Anil Kumble feels as relaxed as ever and is looking to the future with anticipation. [more]

Nimbus throws its hat in the ring
Nimbus Communications Ltd, a noted production house, has offered to produce and market the forthcoming ODI series against Sri Lanka and South Africa. [more]

Ganguly likely to play Duleep Trophy
Sourav Ganguly should be fit enough to play for East Zone in the Duleep Trophy match against North Zone from October 20. Ganguly has been suffering from early symptoms of tennis elbow, but a doctor attending to him said his condition is getting better. [more]

Uncertainty over telecast rights continues
The suspense over the contentious telecast rights continues as the marketing committee of the Indian board, which met in Mumbai today, felt that they needed a bit more time to sort out "some legal issues. [more]

Lack of time forced me to resign - Pawar
Sharad Pawar, the president of the Mumbai Cricket Association and a candidate for BCCI presidency, has denied that he resigned from the marketing committee of the board because he was dissatisfied with its functioning. [more]

Sachin and Sourav deny spat
Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar have reacted angrily to a media report suggesting ego clashes between them. [more]

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