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Akshar Patel led India's defence of 330 with a spell of 10-1-26-2 in Dharamsala
Akshar Patel led India's defence of 330 with a spell of 10-1-26-2 in Dharamsala © BCCI
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    'I ensured there was no regionalism in selection'

Couch Talk: Former India batsman Chandu Borde reflects on his career as a player, mentor, manager and selector

Fielding glories, and a Test duck

Think You Know Yourself: We quiz Aakash Chopra on his career and records

    'The next best after Murali'

My XI: Erapalli Prasanna on a spinner who could have been among the greats

    Hidden tales of Mumbai's stalwarts

Review: The profiles of 76 international and domestic stars gathered in this book charm and inspire, but they leave you yearning for more

    'If you push 11-year-olds into T20, you will never learn the art of spin'

Why has the quality of spinners in India declined? Five experts share their thoughts. By Nagraj Gollapudi

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Remembering Budhi the dasher

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The visceral beauty of fandom

Kartikeya Date: It is the fans' money and attention, and the players' skills and efforts that are indispensable to sport. Investors and broadcasters merely market the show

A soft spot for the dibbly-dobbler

Sankaran Krishna: These apologetic, innocuous trundlers come in various shapes and sizes. But in the modern era, they are slowly turning into an extinct species

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1st Semi-final: Central Zone v North Zone at Mohali
Oct 22-25, 2014 (09:30 local | 04:00 GMT | 00:00 EDT | 23:00 CDT | 21:00 PDT)
2nd Semi-final: East Zone v South Zone at Rohtak
Oct 22-25, 2014 (09:30 local | 04:00 GMT | 00:00 EDT | 23:00 CDT | 21:00 PDT)
South Zone: Andhra v Karnataka in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
East Zone: Assam v Tripura in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
West Zone: Baroda v Mumbai in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
East Zone: Bengal v Odisha in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
North Zone: Delhi v J + K in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
South Zone: Goa v Tamil Nadu in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
West Zone: Gujarat v Maharashtra in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
North Zone: Haryana v Punjab in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
North Zone: H. Pradesh v Services in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
South Zone: Hyderabad v Kerala in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
Central Zone: Railways v U. Pradesh in India (venue TBA)
Nov 7, 2014 (03:30 GMT)
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