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Indian domestic news 2009-10

Mane to captain Jammu & Kashmir

Oct 17, 2009: Vinayak Mane has taken up Jammu & Kashmir's (J&K) offer to lead the side in the Ranji Plate League this season after spending eight years with the Ranji champions

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Mumbai v Hyderabad, Ranji Trophy Super League, Bandra Kurla Complex

Laxman ruled out as Mumbai look to remain top

Dec 1, 2008: Cricinfo previews Mumbai's home clash against Hyderabad in Group A of the Ranji Trophy Super League at the Bandra Kurla Complex

Nagraj Gollapudi

Rajasthan v Mumbai, Final, Ranji one-day tournament

Mane leads Mumbai to Ranji Trophy title

Mar 28, 2007: Vinayak Mane boosted Mumbai to 287 for 6 before their bowlers dismissed Rajasthan for 215 in the 47th over

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Ranji Trophy one-day tournament, West zone

Baroda top West zone league

Jan 11, 2005: Baroda topped the West zone league table after notching their third win in four games

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Mumbai v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy final, Chennai, 3rd day

Muzumdar's magic gives Mumbai the upper hand

Mar 28, 2004: Tamil Nadu struck some crucial blows in the first two sessions at the Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, but a stroke-filled century by Amol Muzumdar put the game way beyond their reach

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan at Chennai

Mumbai v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy final, Chennai, 2nd day

day 3

Mar 27, 2004: Wasim Jaffer and Vinayak Mane gave a lesson in partnership-building as Mumbai reached a commanding 236 for no loss at the end of the second day's play at Chennai

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan at Chennai

Mumbai v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy final, Chennai, 2nd day

Jaffer and Mane pummel Tamil Nadu

Mar 27, 2004: Wasim Jaffer and Vinayak Mane gave a lesson in partnership-building as Mumbai reached a commanding 236 for no loss at the end of the second day's play at Chennai

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan at Chennai

Ranji Trophy 2003-04

Semi-finals feature tons of runs

Mar 15, 2004: Mumbai and Tamil Nadu put up strong batting displays on the second day of the Ranji Trophy semi-finals

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North Zone v West Zone, Duleep Trophy, Dharamsala, 4th day

North win despite Mane hundred

Mar 2, 2004: A heroic unbeaten 127 by Vinayak Mane wasn't enough to take his side to victory, as North Zone, helped by Sarandeep Singh's 4 for 99, squeaked to a 21-run win in a tense, low-scoring thriller and booked a place in the final

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North Zone v West Zone, Duleep Trophy, Dharamsala

West need 299 after Gambhir makes 111

Feb 29, 2004: Vinayak Mane led the way with an unbeaten 52 as West Zone made a decent start in pursuit of the 299 needed for victory in their Duleep Trophy match against North Zone in Dharamsala

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North Zone v West Zone, Duleep Trophy, Dharmasala

West Zone manage only 172

Feb 28, 2004: North Zone gained the distinct advantage against West Zone at Dharmasala, and gave themselves a great chance of qualifying for the final at Mohali

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Sahara Cup 2003-04

Mumbai post second successive win

Feb 7, 2004: Tamil Nadu folded for a mere 157 and Mumbai galloped to their second consecutive win of the Sahara Cup in Kolkata

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Deodhar Trophy 2003-04

South and Central Zones prevail in dead rubbers

Feb 1, 2004: South Zone and Central Zone prevailed in tense encounters in the final league games of the Deodhar Trophy

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Ranji Trophy 2003-04

Mumbai and Gujarat get that winning feeling

Nov 18, 2003: Mumbai and Gujarat chased down totals to record victories in the second round of the 2003-04 Ranji Trophy

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Mane ton guides West to a tight win over Central

Jan 16, 2003: A hundred from Vinayak Mane and a fifty from Abhijit Kale saw West Zone get the better of North Zone by two wickets at the Nehru Stadium, Kochi on Sunday

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Yashpal Sharma: The most important thing is attitude Special

Mar 20, 2002: Synergy is a much-praised management concept, and its application to Indian cricket would undoubtedly reap rich benefits

Staff Reporter

The making of stars who hold the key to the future

Aug 11, 2001: International cricket is perhaps at its competitive best these days

Santhosh S
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