Yajurvindra Singh
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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

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.

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