Harbhajan Singh recovers stolen documents

Harbhajan Singh, the India offspinner, has recovered a part of his valuables which were stolen from his car on the Punjab-Delhi highway. Haryana Police on Tuesday found his bag, lying in an abandoned area, containing his passport and other documents, including credit cards. However Rs 9500 in cash was still missing.

Harbhajan registered the theft at the local police station, after his parked car was broken into outside a coffee shop.

"It took us only three minutes to go to Cafe Coffee Day and bring coffee back to our car. But when we reached, we were shocked to find that our car glass had been cut and our important belongings were not to be found," Harbhajan told The Indian Express.

He was recently ruled out of Punjab's Ranji Trophy campaign after a long-standing shin injury in his left leg resurfaced. Harbhajan, who was leading Punjab, was using the Ranji matches to try and make a comeback to the Indian team. He had returned home early during the tour of England because of an abdomen injury and was then left out of the home series against England and West Indies. Harbhajan was also not selected in the Test squad for the upcoming tour of Australia.