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India's rising star Hardik Pandya pulled out of a Test series against Sri Lanka with the cricket board saying the all-rounder needs a break.
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News video: Rahane says India ready to take on Sri Lanka

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Kolkata (West Bengal), Nov 14 (ANI): Indian Team cricketer, Ajinkya Rahane, on Tuesday said the team was well prepared to take on Sri Lanka in the upcoming series. Rahane, who was addressing a press conference in Kolkata, said the team was not taking the Sri Lankan side lightly despite a 9-0 clean...

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