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Zee bags rights to telecast Sri Lanka Tests
Zee TV has secured the television rights for the India-Sri Lanka three-Test series beginning December 2 in Chennai. [more]

Mongia returns to Leicestershire
Dinesh Mongia has agreed to return to Leicestershire for another season in 2006, in a bid to reclaim his spot in the Indian one-day squad. [more]

We have a couple of great young prospects - Atapattu
Both Tom Moody and Marvan Atapattu appeared quietly focussed on the task ahead - how to change Sri Lanka's record of six losses and no wins in 11 matches on Indian soil. [more]

I dont worry about what the opposition is doing - Dravid
After the pinched faces in Kolkata and the tension-fraught atmosphere in Mumbai, Rahul Dravid and Greg Chappell were far more relaxed . [more]

Petition filed against TNCA
A petition seeking an interim stay against the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) holding the first Test between India and Sri Lanka, starting December 2, has been filed in a Chennai Court. [more]

Kanpur misses out on third Test
Kanpur will not host the third Test, scheduled from December 18-22, between India and Sri Lanka. [more]

Doubts over Kanpur Test
Even as Chennai faces a cyclone threat ahead of the first Test against Sri Lanka, doubts have crept over the venue of the third tie with hosts Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association informing the Cricket Board that it was yet to get control over Green Park stadium in Kanpur. [more]

Pawar's checklist
From the outside, it is tough to say how Pawar will go about handling these issues. In the Mumbai Cricket Association Pawar has stayed as far away as possible from specific technical aspects of the game. [more]

Murali 'hungry for wickets' on turning track
After a none-too-impressive performance in the one-dayers, Muttiah Muralitharan, Sri Lanka's legendary spinner, is keen to prove himself in the Test series against India beginning here on December 2. [more]

Gone but far from forgotten
It's hard to believe that Dalmiya, who is now merely the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal, will fade away into the sunset says Anand Vasu. [more]

Pawar - the man
A profile of Sharad Pawar, the new president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. [more]

Pawar will focus on infrastructure
Sharad Pawar, the new president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, said in his first press conference in the post that his team would be focusing on the development of infrastructure as a priority. [more]

Three changes in selection committee
The newly-elected Indian Cricket Board today made three changes in the senior selection committee headed by Kiran More. [more]

Pawar is the Indian boards new president
Sharad Pawar, federal agriculture minister, is the Indian board's new president. In Kolkata today he defeated the incumbent Ranbir Singh Mahendra by a 20-11 margin at the 76th Annual General Meeting of the BCCI. [more]

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