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IPL betting racket busted, 4 arrested

Khandwa: A tech savvy cricket betting racket was busted by the Padam Nagar police and cyber cell on a tip-off on Sunday and they have confiscated Rs 37,000 cash, 34 mobile phones, 32 inches LCD television, 2 laptops, 2 CPUs, 2 UPS' and 5 keyboards.

Don’t compare strikes & match, says Pakistan military

Islamabad: Pakistan armed forces' media wing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Asif Gha-foor on Monday asked Indian Home Minister Amit Shah to not draw comparisons between Pakistan's cricket defeat to India and the two neighbours' border skirmishes.

Skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed does not listen to ‘Kaptaan’ Imran Khan

Islamabad: Caught in the hype like anybody else, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan momentarily forgot that he is no longer the 'kaptaan' and advised Sarfaraz Ahmed to bat first and set a target, rather than chase one.

Singh, Queen Eleven in quarter finals

Singh Eleven and Queen Eleven entered into quarter finals of the ChadDikala Cup Cricket tournament being organised by Sikh Samaj at Vishnupuri Ground on Monday night.

Four arrested while betting for cricket world cup matches

Rs 1.36 lakh, other equipment seized Indore: City crime branch arrested four men on Sunday night who ran a betting racket for cricket world cup matches.

Bhopal: Dhoni shouldn’t sport Indian army insignia on gloves, say senior cricketers and army...

BHOPAL: Senior cricketers and army officers of the city are opposed to Dhoni sporting an Indian army insignia on his gloves.

Sparkle win in super over: Enter in last-4

Sparkle team defeated Sanmati Eleven in super over to enter in the semifinals of the Box Cricket League being played at Modiji ki Nasia on Friday.

Indore win Anand trophy

Indore defeated Jabalpur by 5 wickets to clinch JS Anand women's senior cricket trophy concluded at Holkar Stadium on Thursday.

Century on debut: How Gautam Gambhir remained unbeaten in his first political battle

Unlike his international cricket debut in which he could only score 11, former cricketer Gautam Gambhir made a spectacular debut into his political career after winning the East Delhi Lok Sabha constituency with a margin of over 6 lakh votes.

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BCCI rubbishes media reports on CoA’s memo to Kohli

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Nov 18 (ANI): The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday dubbed media reports of Indian skipper Virat Kohli being served with a CoA memo as 'baseless'.

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