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    Vijay Shankar

    Vijay Shankar

    Vijay Shankar is an Indian cricketer who plays for Indian cricket team and Tamil Nadu. He is an all-rounder who bats right-handed and bowls right-arm medium pace.

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    Pandya fails fitness test, Shankar replaces him in India 'A' squad
    Cricket

    Pandya fails fitness test, Shankar replaces him in India 'A' squad

    India all-rounder Hardik Pandya had to be removed from the India 'A team that is headed to New Zealand after he failed the fitness test in Mumbai on Saturday.

    Isolate yourself from seasoned crooks: Rayudu to Azhar
    Cricket

    Isolate yourself from seasoned crooks: Rayudu to Azhar

    India discard batsman Ambati Rayudu has appealed to Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) President Mohammed Azharuddin to not get into a personal tussle with him and isolate himself from the "seasoned crooks."

    We definitely need better selectors: Yuvraj
    Cricket

    We definitely need better selectors: Yuvraj

    Former India batsman Yuvraj Singh on Monday said there is a need for having better selectors, slamming the MSK Prasad-led national selection panel.

    Eye on World T20 as Kohli & Shastri try young turks
    National

    Eye on World T20 as Kohli & Shastri try young turks

    A semi-final exit in the 50-over World Cup might still be hurting the Men in Blue, but all that is in the past now as Virat Kohli and boys prepare for the 2020 World T20 that will be played in Australia. The mantra for the Indian team is very clear as they want to use this season of games to try youngsters and prepare for the challenge that awaits them Down Under.

    TNCA awaiting report of TNPL committee on fixing allegations
    Cricket

    TNCA awaiting report of TNPL committee on fixing allegations

    With the BCCI's Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) starting an investigation over allegations of corrupt practices in the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL), the governing council of the league has come out with a statement and made it clear that the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) has a zero-tolerance policy towards persons indulging in unethical practices and action will be taken against any person found guilty.

    Look back at the progress team made with happiness: Bangar
    Cricket

    Look back at the progress team made with happiness: Bangar

    Sanjay Bangar has said that he won't be taking any offers outside India immediately. Bangar's five-year tenure as India's batting coach ended this month and the former batsman says that he will use this much needed break to "reflect, refresh and reinvent."

    Hope Shreyas Iyer gets a long run:Gambhir
    Cricket

    Hope Shreyas Iyer gets a long run:Gambhir

    Former India opener Gautam Gambhir hopes that the Indian team management will give a long run to middle-order batsman Shreyas Iyer, who's part of the India team playing an ODI series in the West Indies.

    WI series: Three-way battle between Rahul, Iyer & Pant for No.4 slot
    National

    WI series: Three-way battle between Rahul, Iyer & Pant for No.4 slot

    Having struggled through the World Cup without a fixed number four batsman, the Indian selectors — led by M.S.K. Prasad — decided to pick Shreyas Iyer for the tour of Windies and it will be interesting to see if the team management plays the Delhi Capitals skipper at the integral slot or continue with wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant. For the record, K.L. Rahul is also an option now that Shikhar Dhawan is back at the top of the innings.

    BCCI officials question CoA's urgency in appointing next India coach
    Cricket

    BCCI officials question CoA's urgency in appointing next India coach

    The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) decided to invite applications for the coach and support staff of the Indian team on Tuesday and that sudden urge to appoint the coaching staff has taken certain sections of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) by surprise, especially with the date of the Annual General Meeting already announced October 22.

    India needs a batsman like Ajinkya Rahane at number four: Former BCCI Secy Sanjay Jagdale
    Cricket

    India needs a batsman like Ajinkya Rahane at number four: Former BCCI Secy Sanjay Jagdale

    Former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Secretary, Sanjay Jagdale on Saturday said that in his opinion Ajinkya Rahane should have been the number four batsman in the team's World Cup squad as he brings solidarity to the lineup.

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