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    BCCI not to ask for explanation
    MUMBAI: The Cricket Board is not planning to seek an explanation from Sourav Ganguly over his decision to skip the last two Ranji Trophy ties. ``We are not going to write to anyone seeking explanation. What can we do if he doesn't play,'' said ...

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    Hyderabad takes lead
    HYDERABAD: Trust him to rise to the occasion, and southpaw Anirudh Singh will rarely disappoint. Monday was no exception as this team player came up with yet another classy knock (95, 250b, 12x4, 2x6) to help Hyderabad take the vital first ...

    It's advantage Karnataka
    Bangalore: On a day when 13 wickets fell, Karnataka held a slight edge though Maharashtra battled hard in the last session of the Ranji Trophy Elite Division Group A match in progress at the Chinnaswamy Stadium. At close on the second day, ...

    Nagpal hits century
    BANGALORE: Combined City thrived on K. Nagpal's 107 (182b, 14x4) that set the base for its 124-run first innings lead over Tumkur Zone in a KSCA Inter-zonal under-13 tournament match that concluded in a draw here on Monday. The scores: ...

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    India outplays Iran `A'
    NEW DELHI: Surya Shekhar Ganguly and Sandipan Chanda won important games to help India outplay Iran `A' 3-1, but Vietnam moved into sole lead after whipping Afghanistan 4-0 in the seventh round of the Asian team chess championship at Esfahan, in ...

    Hari Krishna stays in joint lead
    NEW DELHI: P. Hari Krishna drew with Bulgaria's Ivan Cheparinov to stay in the joint lead with two points after three rounds of the Pamplona International chess tournament at Pamplona, in Spain on Sunday. The results: Third round: P. ...

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