Yajurvindra Singh
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Close-In: A fitting question

The Indian Test cricket team is truly on the right path to prove that they are the best cricket side in the world.

Close-In: Will you forgive tainted sportsmen?

The accusations against and the ban on sports personalities who then return and compete once again in their sport, makes one wonder about the sanctity of true sportsmanship and integrity.

Close-In: Hard Times

 The India-Sri Lanka Test series is presently underway in Colombo. But the sad part is that the number of spectators at the ground has depleted drastically.

Close-In: Second to none

The Indian women’s cricket team has come home to a rousing welcome. The players deserved such reception, as they played some outstanding cricket at the just concluded ICC ODI World Cup.

The Man Who Got Americans to Eat Trash Fish Is Now a Billionaire

Chuck Bundrant was a college freshman with $80 in his pocket when he drove halfway across the country to Seattle to earn a few bucks fishing. The year was 1961. He hasn’t stopped fishing since.

Close-in: The Board games There has never been a more crucial stage in the 90-year history of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Close-in: Shastri leads race for coach Indian cricket is never short of excitement and controversy.
Close-in: Why should men have all the fun Indian women’s cricket is transcending upwards quite rapidly. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) finally recognised its presence a few years back.
Close-in: Mentor needed, not coach Indian cricket on the field was working like a well-oiled machine, smoothly and efficiently.
Close-in: Asian supremacy The Champions Trophy has reached the final stage with two Asians giants all ready to fight for the prestigious trophy.

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