Yajurvindra Singh
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Close-In: Test of time

Almost 140 years since it origin, the conventional form of “Test cricket” is losing its lustre rapidly.

Close-In: The glorious past

The other day while listening to a panel of distinguished former cricketers and journalists at the launch of a cricket book in Mumbai, I got the feeling that some of the significant moments of Indi

Close-In: Pitch imperfect

Cricket is an unpredictable game and therefore, from its very inception, has been an attractive sport for gambling and betting.

Close-In: Bring on the Black Caps

The successful run of the Indian cricket team, one hopes and prays, continues in similar fashion after Diwali, the festival of light.

close-in: Need of the hour

The premier domestic tournament of Indian cricket, the Ranji Trophy, got underway a week ago. Every Indian cricketer’s first goal is to represent his respective state in the Ranji Trophy.

Close-In: On a roll

Australia were demolished very convincingly by the exuberant Indian team in the recently concluded ODI series.

Close-In: Time for action

The Supreme Court (SC) has once again pulled up the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for not implementing the Lodha Committee reforms.

Close-in: Domestic blues

The Indian Premier League (IPL) has been the greatest boon for Indian cricket.

Close-In: Smells like team spirit

The Indian cricket team seems to be galloping towards its goal of becoming the supreme side in the world.

Close-in: BCCI vs Supreme Court

The Indian cricket fraternity was anxiously waiting on August 23, 2017, for a concrete direction and order from the Supreme Court of India (SC) regarding the issues concerning the Board of Control

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