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Murali Kartik ran through the Middlesex middle order

West Indies v Zimbabwe, Under-19 World Cup, Chittagong

Mankading just another mode of dismissal - Kartik

Murali Kartik has given his whole-hearted support to the West Indies at a time when they have been criticised for mankading a Zimbabwe batsmen to get through to the Under-19 World Cup quarter-finals

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Murali Kartik ran through the Middlesex middle order

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Murali Kartik retires from cricket

Murali Kartik, the former India left-arm spinner, has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket

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Yashpal Singh in action

Ranji Trophy 2013-14, Group B, 8th round, 2nd day

Nishan runs through Railways

A round-up of the second day's play of the eighth-round Group B games of the Ranji Trophy 2013-14

The Report by Amit Shetty in Delhi

Murali Kartik ran through the Middlesex middle order

Railways v Bengal, Ranji Trophy, Group B, Delhi, 4th day

Ill-tempered match ends in draw

It took around half an hour for Anureet Singh and Krishnakant Upadhyay to ensure three points for Railways but cricketing achievements became incidental in their ill-tempered Ranji Trophy match against Bengal

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Murali Kartik delivers the ball

Railways v Bengal, Ranji Trophy, Group B, Delhi, 3rd day

Kartik in Mankading controversy again

Railways left-arm spinner Murali Kartik has once again become involved in a Mankading controversy, after he ran out the Bengal batsman Sandipan Das for backing up too far at the non-striker's end

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Kolkata v Bangalore, IPL 2013, Ranchi

Ranchi pitch proved tough task, say Kallis and Kartik

Royal Challengers managed just 115 for 9 against Knight Riders in Ranchi, but their left-arm spinner Murali Kartik said his batsmen ended just about 10 short of a defendable total given the conditions