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BCCI Corporate Trophy 2010-11, 1st day

Wins for Air India, Chemplast and State Bank of Patiala

Sep 1, 2010: A round-up of matches from the first day of the BCCI Corporate Trophy

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Ranji Trophy Super League, 6th round, 3rd day

Mumbai and Tamil Nadu secure quarter-final spots

Dec 14, 2008: A round-up of the third day's play of the sixth-round matches of the Ranji Trophy Super League 2008-09

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Ranji Trophy Super League, 6th round, 1st day

Kulkarni buoys Mumbai with all-round effort

Dec 12, 2008: A round-up of the first day's play of the sixth-round matches of the Ranji Trophy Super League 2008-09

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Karnataka v Baroda, Ranji Trophy Super League, Bangalore

Thilak Naidu and Dravid put Karnataka on top

Nov 24, 2008: Rahul Dravid took Karnataka out of troubled waters, Thilak Naidu consolidated their position before Sunil Joshi's breezy knock allowed them to seize the advantage by the end of the second day of their Super League match against Baroda in Bangalore.

Sriram Veera

Indian Premier League

Hopes the biggest draw in low-profile auction

Mar 11, 2008: The second round of the IPL's players' auction on Tuesday was in stark contrast to the high-profile, star-studded event held on February 20

Nagraj Gollapudi in Mumbai

Under-19 World Cup 2008

Been there, done that, won that

Mar 3, 2008: India's bowlers waited until the last opportunity and ensured that the magnificent work put it over two weeks in Kuala Lumpur was not undone because of three hours of poor batting

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

India v South Africa, Under-19 World Cup 2008 final, Kuala Lumpur

Right on the ball

Mar 2, 2008: Despite having a small target to defend and not being backed up in the field, India's U-19 bowlers turned in a magnificent performance

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

India v South Africa, Under-19 World Cup 2008 final, Kuala Lumpur

Tense win hands India trophy

Mar 2, 2008: The Indian bowlers first blew the South African top order away and then, after heavy rains had reduced the match to 25 overs, held their nerves to win their second Under-19 World Cup

The Bulletin by Sidharth Monga
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