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Vijay Hazare: Bihar player tests positive for COVID-19

Another source said that all the other players will undergo COVID-19 tests on Tuesday with the results coming by evening. Bihar has sent 22 players for testing.

Hyderabad face Hazare one-dayer test

Placed in Elite Group A match, Hyderabad begin their campaign when they meet Tripura in Surat

HCA row: Did Anwar retire from game to become a selector?

Hasty and unwise decision could put HCA in a spot as rebellion grows

BCCI: 1097 players register for IPL auction

The statement said, the players list incorporates 207 capped, 863 uncapped and 27 associate players.

Kanwaljit all excited with young Naga leggie Kense

The 16-year-old spinner, who took seven wickets in the recently concluded T20 tournament in Chennai, has been invited by MI and RR.

50pc crowd for second India-England Test

"It has been decided by the BCCI and TNCA to allow 50 per cent spectators for the second Test by following all safety protocols."

India, England players cleared for Chennai Test

The teams will hit the nets from today three days before the match.

BCCI to conduct Hazare tourney instead of Ranji

New Delhi: The BCCI will not be conducting its premier first-class domestic tournament Ranji Trophy for the first time in 87 years as the...

Sourav Ganguly hospitalised again with discomfort in chest

"He was feeling dizzy and had some discomfort in the chest. So, he was rushed to the hospital for further diagnosis," a family source said.

England to get three days to train before first Test against India

'The Telegraph' reported that the England squad will fly to Chennai on Wednesday for the first two Tests of the four-match series and will undergo a strict quarantine on arrival

BCCI likely to allow 50 per cent crowd attendance for England Tests

The first two Tests will be held in Chennai, beginning on February 5, while the next two will be played at the renovated stadium at Motera in Ahmedabad

CA thanks BCCI for smooth conduct of epic Test series

The note, written by CA interim CEO Nick Hockley was addressed to "friends in Indian cricket", the BCCI, acknowledging the role played by the board in successfully completing the tour

BCCI announces Rs 5 crore bonus for Team India after series win

"The @BCCI has announced INR 5 crore as team bonus. These are special moments for India cricket. An outstanding display of character and skill #TeamIndia #AUSvIND #Gabba," Shah said in his tweet.

Indian team in for shock in Brisbane

It is learnt that BCCI president, secretary Jay Shah and CEO have all got in touch with their CA counterparts after complaints about the lack of basic facilities reached them

Injured Vihari out of final Test

A BCCI source confirmed that Vihari is unlikely to be fit in time for the next Test match starting in another three days' time

Brisbane Test on after BCCI-CA talks

BCCI had written to CA about relaxation of hard quarantine rules in Brisbane as that would have confined the Indian squad to the hotel, something the players had strong reservations about

Syed Mushtaq Ali tourney sets the ball rolling

The presence of seasoned campaigners such as Shikhar Dhawan, Suresh Raina and Ishant Sharma will add sheen to the tournament

Bumrah and Siraj allegedly abused racially, BCCI lodges complaint

According to BCCI sources, Siraj was allegedly referred to as a "monkey" by a drunk spectator in one of stands at the Sydney Cricket Ground, reliving the infamous Monkeygate episode of the Indian team's tour of Australia in 2007-08.

New three-day lockdown in Brisbane puts CA in spot

Lockdown was announced less than 24 hours after top cricket board officials from India and Australia were engaged in a discussion on relaxation of hard quarantine measures

BCCI formally writes letter to CA on Brisbane quarantine protocol

The Brisbane Test is due to start on January 15 and the quarantine rules will restrict the players to just their hotel rooms after day's play

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