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Sunil Gavaskar the 'Sholay of cricket' - Here's how Virender Sehwag wished 'Sunny Paaji' on his birthday

Sunil Gavaskar the 'Sholay of cricket' - Here's how Virender Sehwag wished 'Sunny Paaji' on his birthday

Sunil Gavaskar represented India between 1971 and 1987 in which he played 125 Tests and 108 ODIs. He scored 10,122 runs at an average of 51.12.

DNA: In conversation with Virender Sehwag

Zee News Editor Sudhir Chaudhary spoke with veteran batsman Virender Sehwag, who retired from international cricket on his 37th birthday on October 20.

DNA: CSK, RR suspended from IPL for 2 years; life ban on Kundra and Meiyappan

In the much-awaited verdict related to the Indian Premier League corruption case, The Justice Lodha commitee announced its verdict today where they suspended Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals for a period of two years each.

All eyes on Supreme Court as BCCI president N Srinivasan refuses to quit

With Narayanaswami Srinivasan refusing to budge, all eyes will be on the Supreme Court on Thursday, which had two days back made it clear that the BCCI president should step down to enable a fair investigation in the Indian Premier League (IPL) betting scandal.

MS Dhoni takes CAB to task for misspelling Tendulkar`s name

After annoying Sachin Tendulkar with its over-enthusiastic preparations for his 199th Test, the Cricket Association of Bengal has now invited criticism from Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

MCA has become the "fiefdom" of Sharad Pawar, alleges Munde

Senior BJP leader Gopinath Munde on Thursday said his application to contest for the post of MCA President was rejected to ensure that the NCP chief gets elected unopposed.

SC proposes 3-member panel to probe IPL spot-fixing scandal

In a setback to BCCI president N Srinivasan, the Supreme Court on Monday suggested to constitute a new three-member panel to probe the allegations of IPL spot-fixing scandal.

Sachin Tendulkar has no intention of quitting after 200th Test: Report

The debate over whether Sachin Tendulkar should call time on his international career continues as reports emerge that he has no plan of retiring even after playing in his record 200th Test for India.

BCCI to decide on home series title sponsors on Thursday

BCCI marketing committee would meet on Thursday to decide on new title sponsors for the international matches organised in India for next six months.

Digvijay eagerly waiting for MRF academy stint

His confidence getting a boost after a first-class debut in Sri Lanka, the third generation cricketer of the legendary Amarnath clan, Digvijay, is now eagerly waiting to make a breakthrough in India.

I am no proxy for Srinivasan: Dalmiya

BCCI Working Group chief Jagmohan Dalmiya on Monday rubbished talks of he being a proxy of N Sinivasan, who stepped aside as Board President, without any power as "wishful thinking", saying that his actions would show the real picture.

PCA`s upcoming stadium exempted from entertainment tax

Punjab Cricket Association`s upcoming stadium at Mullanpur, at the outskirts of Chandigarh, has been exempted from entertainment tax for a period of 10 years.

Harbhajan refuses to comment on Sreesanth claims on `slapgate`

Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on Friday refused to comment on his former India teammate S Sreesanth`s claim that the 2008 IPL season `slapgate` incident was pre-planned and he was wrongly made the villain of the whole controversy.

There wasn`t much bowlers could do on flat track: Starc

Australian pacer Mitchell Starc today said the "flat" Mohali track has made the job tough for the bowlers as close to 700 runs have been scored in two days of play in the third cricket Test, here.

Despite Dhawan`s whirlwind 185 low turn out of fans at PCA

The fastest Test century on debut by Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan failed to attract the fans, as not many spectators turned out to watch the scintillating innings unfold against Australia, during the third day of the third Test at the Punjab Cricket Association stadium on Monday.

Long wait made Shikhar`s resolve stronger: Childhood coach

The long wait to break into India`s Test team made Shikhar Dhawan`s resolve to succeed at the highest level stronger, feels his childhood coach Tarak Sinha.

Dhawan ‘biggest discovery’ of Indian cricket: Rajiv Shukla

Congress leader and Indian Premier League (IPL) chief Rajiv Shukla on Saturday congratulated left-handed opener Shikhar Dhawan for his outstanding knock on his debut game against Australia in the third Test match in Mohali.

Difficult to say if Dhoni had a hand in Viru`s ouster: Sourav Ganguly

Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly on Sunday sought to clarify his statement on Virender Sehwag`s ouster from the Test squad, saying he had never categorically stated that Mahendra Singh Dhoni had a hand in his the opener`s omission.

Tiwary sustains shoulder injury, off to NCA for rehab

Manoj Tiwary`s tryst with injuries continued and the talented Bengal batsman will yet again be out of action for a few weeks after suffering a serious shoulder injury during his team`s semi-final match in the Vijay Hazare Trophy against Delhi in Visakhapatnam.

Yadav resumes training at NCA

Recovering from a back problem, India fast bowler Umesh Yadav has resumed training and is hoping to attain match fitness as early as possible, although he could not give a specific time frame.