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Saturday, November 16

'Tell us your secret, we're tired of only beating the bat' - Ishant to Shami

In a light-hearted chat, the pace trio of Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav reflect on their recent success

Rajat Sharma resigns as DDCA president

He cited his inability to continue amid "various pulls and pressures" within the organisation

Meghalaya stun Mumbai in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy

Dwaraka Ravi Teja and Sanjay Yadav hit fifties after the bowlers restricted Mumbai in a massive upset

Wednesday, November 13

Nowhere-to-hide test for Bangladesh as India look to extend stellar home record

A number of imposing facts stare Bangladesh in the face as they face off against the world's best Test team

Tuesday, November 12

'The lateral movement is big' - Ajinkya Rahane's pink-ball experience

Some of India's Test regulars trained with the SG pink balls at NCA in preparation for the Kolkata Test

Deepak Chahar, Manish Pandey light up Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy

The fast bowler picked up four wickets in an over, while the batsman smashed 129* off just 54 balls

Friday, November 08

Rohit Sharma's 43-ball 85 helps India draw level against Bangladesh

Bangladesh got off to a bright start in the Powerplay, but India's spinners pulled things back to restrict them to a below-par 153

Not muscles, you need timing - Rohit Sharma and the art of hitting sixes

He tried to hit Mosaddek Hossain for six sixes in an over, but had to stop at three

Kings XI Punjab trade R Ashwin to Delhi Capitals

Kings XI will also get an undisclosed premium along with Ashwin's auction fee of INR 7.6 crore

Tuesday, November 05

Yuvraj Singh calls for players' association for active Indian cricketers

There is a body to protect the interests for retired players, but nothing like it for the active players

Monday, November 04

Cyclone threat looms over second India-Bangladesh T20I in Rajkot

Cyclone Maha could cause "heavy or very heavy rains" in the region on November 7, the day of the match

Mushfiqur Rahim rewarded for holding nerve to take chase deep

Rohit Sharma's decision to keep three overs of Khaleel Ahmed for the death backfired