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A gentleman’s game shows pinkterest
After red and white, the Men in Blue will face a pink ball Test tomorrow.
Kapil Dev thanks daughter Amiya for Instagram debut; says it's important to change with the times
Dev got on Instagram this August.
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IISM announced a course for working professionals which will teach them the ‘Art of Losing’.
Pink ball will bring the crowds back: Dravid
In conversation at the National University of Singapore, Dravid was all for the pink ball Test. He said Pujara and Rahane practised with the pink ball at the NCA a week ago to figure out how it behaves at twilight.
Highly skilled unit: Virat Kohli’s team, with a lethal fast-bowling unit that is perhaps India’s best
This is a changed Indian unit with aggression writ large all over it. Yes, it is Bangladesh we are playing, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that the Indian fast bowlers are bowling with venom and pace. The team management hasn’t resorted to preparing dust bowls and is keen on playing on true wickets that offer bounce and movement.
Don't blame the prawns: Mike Gatting reveals what made him sick during the 1993 Madras Test
Gatting said in hindsight that he and the others shouldn’t have played the Test.
Gearing up for the pink: Ravi Shastri offers prayers at Ujjain's Mahakaleshwar temple ahead of Ind-Bangla Eden Test
The first ever day-night Test match will be played at Eden Gardens on Friday.
India win first Test against Bangladesh by an innings 130 runs
India declared their first innings at 493 for 6 after bowling out Bangladesh for 150 in the visitor's first essay. In their second innings, Bangladesh were bundled out for 213. India lead the two-match series 1-0. In the second innings, India bowled out Bangladesh for 213 to record an innings and 130-run victory in the first Test.
Tillakaratne Dilshan no fan of day-night Tests, welcomes Sourav Ganguly's appointment as BCCI president
As Kolkata prepares for its first day-night Test, the Lankan great prefers the traditional format.
India vs Bangladesh test series: Before first test, the buzz is all about the second
The talk before the Indore match centres around use of pink ball in the day-night Test in Eden Gardens. This is a series in the World Test Championship calendar, in which Virat Kohli's men can steamroll the rag-tag opposition in four days. It is difficult to imagine how Bangladesh, without Tamim Iqbal and the suspended Shakib Al Hasan, will even be able to compete in this format.
Asian shares slide on trade disappointment, HK unrest
Trump rattled some investors by threatening China with even more tariffs if they do not sign a deal.
State takes a cue from Singapore, plans tech board to promote IT
The board will be responsible for investment promotion, industry development and manpower development of the technology sector, and will work to strengthen the state’s reputation as a technology hub. The Karnataka government is also planning to take ideas from New Zealand, which has emerged as the number one country in the world for Ease of Doing Business.
Kohli cheers Maxwell for acknowledging mental health issues, recalls his struggle during 2014 England tour
Kohli said he can understand that things must have reached a tipping point for Maxwell.
India-Bangladesh test series: India look to stay at the top
The hosts start as favourites to pick up 120 points from the two games against Bangladesh; the first Test starts in Indore on Thursday. Kohli returns to lead the side that recently won their record 11th straight series at home. Rohit Sharma has been on hot form, hitting two centuries and a double ton in his debut series as opener against South Africa.
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