Mumbai's Abhishek Nayar "is out of danger" after suffering a head injury while fielding on day one of the Ranji Trophy semi-final cricket match against holders Karnataka at the Chinnaswamy Stadium on Wednesday.
Call it by fate or by design, Mahendra Singh Dhoni probably shares a different kind of bonding with the Melbourne Cricket Ground as it was again evident today, a day before India's second group league encounter against South Africa in the ICC Cricket World Cup.
Riding high on a comfortable win over Dolphins in their last encounter, Chennai Super Kings will look to keep the momentum going when they lock horns with Lahore Lions in the Champions League T20 here on Thursday.
Left to lick their wounds after losing their last three matches in a row, Royal Challengers Bangalore will look to return to winning ways when they take on Sunrisers Hyderabad in their first home match in IPL 7 here on Sunday.
Mumbai-born Kenyan cricketer Tanmay Mishra knows that it will be an arduous task to break into the playing XI of Royal Challengers Bangalore but is hopeful that it will be a great learning experience from him.
Leg spinner Shreyas Gopal claimed the first hat-trick of his career to guide Ranji champions Karnataka to a convincing innings and 222 runs win over Rest of India (ROI) to lift the Irani Trophy crown on the fourth and penultimate day, here Wednesday.
Robin Uthappa roared back into form with a century, while Karun Nair also cracked a brilliant hundred as the two overcame early jitters to help Karnataka reach 297 for five against Uttar Pradesh on the opening day of their quarterfinal Ranji Trophy match here Wednesday.
The four-member inspection team of PCB led by their GM (Media Affairs) Nadeem Sarwar today inspected the security arrangements and facilities for Pakistan`s T20 match against India to be held at Chinnaswamy stadium on December 25 and seemed pretty satisfied with arrangements.
Wearing their passion for the game on their sleeves, cricket fans on Sunday descended at Chinnaswamy stadium in full force despite the elaborate security arrangements in place to cheer Indian cricketers during their World Cup league match against Ireland here.
The two suspected Indian
Mujahideen terrorists, allegedly involved in blasts outside
the M Chinnaswamy Stadium this April, have been brought here
after the city police sought their custody, a top official
said on Friday.
Police on Sunday said that it was too early to say whether the two low-intensity blasts outside the Chinnaswamy stadium here yesterday and subsequent recovery of explosive material today was the handiwork of terrorists.