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Sharad Pawar to contest elections
The Madras High Court has dismissed a petition filed by a Chennai-based club thus paving the way for the BCCI elections to be held today in Kolkata. [more]

Warne is 'God's gift to cricket' - Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar has praised Shane Warne by calling him `God's gift to cricket'. [more]

Injured Tendulkar misses Super Series
Sachin Tendulkar has been ruled out of the Super Series after his tennis elbow injury failed to heal in time for the ICC's deadline. [more]

Under-19 Afro-Asia tournament unveiled
The Afro-Asian Cricket Cooperation (AACC) has drawn up plans for a six-team, 16-match Under-19 tournament in the Indian port city of Vishakapatnam. [more]

'If everybody goes to court how can we function?' - Dalmiya
Jagmohan Dalmiya, the former president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India has slammed the Kalighat Cricket Club, an affiliate of the Cricket Association of Bengal for taking the BCCI to court. [more]

I'm good enough to play as a Test batsman - Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly has insisted that the current dip in his form is only a temporary slump, and that he is still good enough to command a place in the team in both forms of the game. [more]

Contest yet to be confirmed
With just one day to go for the annual elections of the Board of Control for Cricket in India it is still unclear whether Ranbir Singh Mahendra will have any opposition or not. Sharad Pawar, the man who opposed Mahendra last year and lost by the narrowest of margins in an acrimonius election, has refused to confirm or deny his intention to stand for the post of president. . [more]

Tendulkar: dressing-room chat should stay just that
Sachin Tendulkar has told a reporter that what is said in the changing-room should not be made public. [more]

Pathan owes success to Chappell
Irfan Pathan praised his coach, Greg Chappell, for the improvement in his bowling after he picked up seven Zimbabawe wickets on the first day of the second Test at Harare. [more]

Ganguly lies low ahead of second Test
Sourav Ganguly was lying low ahead of his side's attempt to win their first match at their fifth attempt in Harare when they face Zimbabwe in the second Test. [more]

Ganguly and Chappell patch things up on eve of Test
Greg Chappell today sought to douse the leaping fire in Indian cricket by reading out a written statement where he professed his respect for Sourav Ganguly and desired to work with him in the future.. [more]

Chappell seeks to end controversy
The Indian coach Greg Chappell has sought to calm the controversy currently surrounding the team. He read out a written statement where he confirmed his respect for Sourav Ganguly and desire to work with him in the future.. [more]

Will Pawar take on Mahendra?
While the Indian team scrambles to get its act together in Zimbabwe, the action in the Indian cricket board meets for its annual general meeting in Kolkata, where the president and secretary, among other office bearers, will be elected. [more]

He needs to speak out and get some support
Ganguly has been the only Indian captain in history to mould a team out of individual players. If not for anything else, Ganguly deserves a place in the team for that. . [more]

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