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50mAndrew Fidel Fernando in Colombo

India wary of Bangladesh's 'tenacity' - Karthik

While Bangladesh have made great progress over the past few years, the India wicketkeeper-batsman says that a loss to them is still cause for mild embarrassment

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3hVishal Dikshit

BCCI plans more matches for India women

India will play ODI bilateral series outside the ICC Women's Championship and a few extra T20Is leading into the next two Women's World T20s scheduled for 2018 and 2020

'Wasim Jaffer's hunger to play cricket is exceptional' (2:49)
Sharda Ugra: CoA's approval of player contracts first step in this transfer of power (4:23)
2dAndrew Fidel Fernando in Colombo

Washington Sundar emerging as tournament's MVP

The 18-year old India spinner has taken the most wickets in the Nidahas Trophy, and also has the best economy rate despite bowling the bulk of his overs in the Powerplay

It's important to try and read the batsman's mind - Sundar (3:10)
Team in sync after first game - Mithali Raj (2:58)
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3dAnnesha Ghosh in Baroda

Mithali Raj set to return for must-win game

India's ODI captain has hinted that Jemimah Rodrigues will make way for her return from illness rather than the experienced Punam Raut

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Goswami returns for tri-series, Bisht recalled

Left-arm spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad has missed out on selection while Mona Meshram, who did not play the T20Is in South Africa, has found a place in the squad

3dThe Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando in Colombo

Rohit and Sundar carry India into final

Rohit Sharma's 102-run second-wicket partnership with Suresh Raina lifted India to 176, a score that proved 17 runs beyond Bangladesh, despite another fifty from Mushfiqur Rahim

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3dAnnesha Ghosh in Vadodara

Perry, Bolton and Mooney dismantle India

The three Australians struck half-centuries each to set up a score of 287 and spinners Jess Jonassen and Amanda-Jade Wellington harnessed all of that scoreboard pressure to limit India to 227

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4dArun Venugopal

Domestic teams want more Ranji matches, better balls

At a meeting in Mumbai to gather feedback on the 2017-18 season from captains and coaches, a number of voices called for a return to the three-group Ranji Trophy format, which gives each team a minimum of eight matches in a season

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