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India confirm Sri Lanka tri-series
India have announced proposals to play two triangular series, one in Sri Lanka and one in North America. [more]

Major boost to come from women's World Cup
Ehsan Mani, the ICC president, has said that he believes the next two women's World Cups, in Australia in 2009 and India four years later, will take the sport to a new level. [more]

Murali Kartik aims for comeback in two months
Murali Kartik, who underwent a shoulder operation to his bowling arm in Australia six weeks ago, says he will be fit to resume his interrupted cricket career in two months time.. [more]

Tendulkar recovery on track
Sachin Tendulkar is making satisfactory progress with his rehabilitation following the shoulder surgery he had in March. [more]

Abu Dhabi tri-series could be shelved
A planned tri-nations tournament in Abu Dhabi in September involving India, Pakistan and Australia may be shelved ... and it has been labelled as no more than a 'money-making exercise' by the Australia Cricketers' Association. [more]

West Indies deal secured 2011 World Cup
Pakistan newspaper The News has claimed that Asia's successful bid to host the 2011 World Cup relied on a deal done with the West Indies Cricket Board. [more]

Singhs rout UAE
India A romped to a 126-run victory over UAE in the EurAsia Series in Abu Dhabi. [more]

I enjoy playing under Chappell - Harbhajan
Harbhajan Singh, the Indian offspinner, has said that his relationship with Greg Chappell has improved considerably and has acknowledged the coach's role in India's recent success. [more]

Asia to host 2011 World Cup
Asia have won the bid to host the 2011 World Cup by beating a joint bid by Australia and New Zealand by ten votes to three. [more]

Biswal, Dongaonkar appointed managers for Windies tour
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has appointed Ranjib Biswal, a national selector, and D Dongoankar as managers of India's one-day and Test side managers for the series against West Indies starting May 12. [more]

Brabourne set for return of cricket
The Brabourne Stadium at the Cricket Club of India (CCI) in Mumbai will open its arms to international cricket after it was announce the venue will host five matches - including the final on November 5 - in the ICC Champions Trophy later this year. [more]

Gilchrist replaces Dhoni at the top
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has displaced Ricky Ponting as the top batsman in ODIs in the latest ICC rankings. [more]

India ease past Pakistan
India A outplayed Pakistan A in all departments of the game to secure a convincing 34-run win in the Eurasia Series in Abu Dhabi. [more]

Sanjeev Sharma guides India Seniors to easy win
Sanjeev Sharma, the former Indian allrounder, guided Indian Seniors to a comfortable five-wicket win over their Pakistan counterparts in the third one-day match at Sheikhupura. [more]

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