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Delhi High Court strikes down DDCA decision to sack selectors

Nov 7, 2016: The Delhi High Court has lashed out at the DDCA for "crossing its limit" and undermining the authority of Justice Mukul Mudgal by sacking the selectors appointed by him

PTI

India domestic news

DDCA sacks Wassan, Chopra, Maninder from selection roles

Nov 5, 2016: The Delhi & District Cricket Association's (DDCA) sports committee has decided to sack former India players Atul Wassan and Nikhil Chopra from the state's senior selection panel, while removing Maninder Singh from the junior selection panel

PTI

Atul Wassan to head new selection committee

Chetan Chauhan to coach Delhi

Aug 28, 2006: Chetan Chauhan has been appointed as coach for Delhi. He will take over from Madan Lal before the start of the new season

ESPNcricinfo staff

American ProCricket

Jadeja not to play in US league

Jul 6, 2004: Ajay Jadeja, the former Indian middle-order batsman, is due to return from the USA without playing in any of the American Pro Cricket (APC) matches

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Players' withdrawal will not hit league

American ProCricket all set for launch

Jun 29, 2004: American ProCricket, the league set to get under way on July 2, will proceed as planned despite the fact that several international players have pulled out, or have claimed they were never involved in the first place, just days before the scheduled

Wisden Cricinfo staff

American ProCricket launches

Big-name signings unveiled

Jun 24, 2004: The wait is over

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Ranji Trophy 2003-04

Railways and Tamil Nadu hustle into semi-finals

Dec 28, 2003: Karnataka successfully chased down a target of 119 on the final day, but failed to gather the bonus point and missed out on a semi-final slot

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Ranji Trophy 2003-04

Karnataka and UP post easy victories

Dec 20, 2003: Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh gave themselves a chance of making the semi-finals with facile victories in their respective matches

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Rest of the World Triumph in Wonderful Festival of Cricket

Jul 29, 2000: A crowd of 17,500, most of them British Asians, basked in glorious sunshine at the Oval Saturday, to watch the Rest of the World edge out Asia in a tightly fought contest

Sean Beynon
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