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Cricket: India

India post 252/4 at lunch, lead New Zealand by 308 run

*Kanpur:* India were 252 for four at lunch on the fourth day of the first cricket Test against New Zealand at the Green Park here on Sunday. India now took a hefty lead of 308 runs with six wickets..
Mid-Day

India v/s New Zealand: India lose Vijay, Pujara, extend lead past 300 at lunch on Day 4

Hosts India lost three wickets, including captain Virat Kohli, in the morning session but took their overall lead past the 300-run mark by reaching 252 for four at lunch on day four of the first..
DNA

Videos for Cricket: India

News video: After The 500th, It’s The 250th Test At Eden

After The 500th, It’s The 250th Test At Eden 01:21

Eden Gardens spruces itself up for the 250th Test match on Indian soil. It’s an historic moment and the Cricket Association of Bengal has lined up various functions to celebrate it.
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: Ganguly Backs Thakur’s View Of No Cricket With Pakistan

Ganguly Backs Thakur’s View Of No Cricket With Pakistan 00:48

The former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly is of the opinion that there can be no cricket with Pakistan unless they stop the menace of cross-border terrorism.
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: IND Vs NZ Test | Day 2: New Zealand SPINS Out India For 318 Runs

IND Vs NZ Test | Day 2: New Zealand SPINS Out India For 318 Runs 00:59

India was bowled out for 318 runs in the opening session of Day Two of the first Test against New Zealand at the Green Park stadium in Kanpur on Friday.
Source: IANS Sports -

News video: NO QUESTION OF PLAYING CRICKET WITH PAKISTAN- ANURAG THAKUR

NO QUESTION OF PLAYING CRICKET WITH PAKISTAN- ANURAG THAKUR 00:58

After Uri attack, BCCI chief Anurag Thakur has come forward and ruled out the possibility of reviving bilateral cricket ties with Pakistan in the near future, saying even considering such a thought is..
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: BCCI MADE A SURPLUS OF RS 111.83 CRORE

BCCI MADE A SURPLUS OF RS 111.83 CRORE 01:05

The Board of Control for Cricket in India on Friday revealed that a surplus of Rs 111.83 crore was made by the board in the last fiscal year, a dip of over Rs 55 crore as compared to the previous one.
Source: nnis Sports English -

 

Cricket-New Zealand chip away as India extend lead past 300

KANPUR, India, Sept 25 (Reuters) - New Zealand spinners claimed three wickets in the morning session but India extended their advantage to a daunting 308 runs by lunch on the fourth day of the first..
Reuters India

Cricket-Test Series India v New Zealand scoreboard

Sept 25 (Gracenote) - Scoreboard at lunch on the fourth day in the first Test between India and New Zealand on Sunday in Kanpur, India India 1st innings 318 (M. Vijay 65, C. Pujara 62) New Zealand 1st..
Reuters India

Eden gears up for India's 250th Test match

eden gears up for india's 250th test match
*Kolkata:* India will play their 250th Test at home when they face New Zealand in the second five-day game of the three-match series at the iconic Eden Gardens from September 30, and the Cricket..
Mid-Day Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Live cricket updates: Black Caps v India, Day Four

live cricket updates: black caps v india, day four
The Black Caps have a big task ahead of them on Day Four of the first test against India.India will resume at 159/1 with a lead of 215 runs after they routed the New Zealand lower order yesterday, and..
New Zealand Herald

India reach 252/4 at lunch on Day 4

*India were 252 for four in their second innings at lunch on the fourth day of the first cricket Test against New Zealand at the Green Park stadium, here today. India, thus, took an overall lead of 308..
Deccan Herald

Cricket: Black Caps battle but India in command

cricket: black caps battle but india in command
India were progressing towards an afternoon declaration at lunch on the fourth day of their opening test against New Zealand at Kanpur today.However there was a fascinating battle within the fight as..
New Zealand Herald

Live Cricket Score of India vs New Zealand, 1st Test, Day 4 at Kanpur

Catch the live updates of India vs New Zealand, 1st Test, Day 4 from Green Park, Kanpur
CricBuzz Also reported by •Zee News

Pakistan cricket community ridicules BCCI boss Thakur's statement

Pakistan cricket community has ridiculed the statement given by the Board of Control for Cricket in India president Anurag Thakur, saying even when ties between the two countries were better India had..
Rediff.com Also reported by •Zee News

India vs New Zealand: Eden Gardens gears up for tryst with host’ 250th Test at home

India will play their 250th Test at home when they face New Zealand in the second five-day game of the three-match series at the iconic Eden Gardens from September 30, and the Cricket Association of..
Firstpost Also reported by •Deccan Herald

CAB lists series of events during India's second Test against New Zealand

cab lists series of events during india's second test against new zealand
*Kolkata:* The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) on Saturday listed a series of programmes it is planning when the second Test against New Zealand gets underway here from September 30. India are..
Mid-Day

Cricket-Lbw glut puts New Zealand on back foot in Kanpur

KANPUR, India, Sept 24 (Reuters) - With six lbw dismissals cluttering up their scorecard, New Zealand clearly did not put their best foot forward in the first test against India on Saturday.
Reuters India

Mohammad Yousuf ridicules Anurag Thakur's statement, urges ICC to take action

[Pakistan], Sept. 24 (ANI): Enraged with Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Anurag Thakur's statement, former Pakistan skipper Mohammad Yousuf said has urged the International
Sify

India vs New Zealand: Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin’s fightback reinforces crucial spinners’ role

It is difficult to call any day of Test cricket perfect for one team or another, but what India did on day three in Kanpur was close The post India vs New Zealand: Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin’s..
Firstpost

Pakistan cricket fraternity ridicule BCCI chief Anurag Thakur’s statement on bilateral cricket ties

Pakistan cricket community has ridiculed the statement given by BCCI President Anurag Thakur, saying even when ties between the two countries were better India had avoided playing Pakistan in a..
Firstpost

Cricket-New Zealand collapse for 262 to concede lead to India

KANPUR, India, Sept 24 (Reuters) - India claimed a 56-run first innings lead against New Zealand after the hosts bowled out the visitors for 262 on the third afternoon of the first test at Kanpur's..
Reuters India

India vs New Zealand: BCCI not inviting GR Vishwanath for 500th Test is just not cricket

One of India’s greatest ever batsman, GR Vishwanath, universally hailed as a batting genius, is a forgotten hero even as the BCCI celebrates India’s 500th Test. The post India vs New Zealand:..
Firstpost

Kolkata Knight Riders' growth is faster than Manchester United: Anurag Thakur

New Delhi, Sep 24: The popularity of cash rich Indian Premier League (IPL) is growing in leaps and bounds. Citing a recent report, the Indian cricket board has claimed that India's home grown league is..
Oneindia

Chetan Chauhan: Shouldn't have sports ties with Pakistan until terrorism is curbed

Former cricketer Chetan Chauhan on Saturday echoed Board of Control for Cricket in India Anurag Thakur's statements about India-Pakistan cricket, when said there was no need for India to play matches..
IndiaTimes


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