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Tama People: Under attack in Sudan

Image: 14th July 2008: protestors hold images of Sudanese President Al-Bashir (left) and Janjaweed leader Ali Kosheib (right) at the European Parliament in Brussels. © 2008 Reuters… 65 more words

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Cricket Rant: The current system doesn’t work!

Kyle Abbott. Rilee Rossouw. AB de Villiers.

Three names. Three South Africans screaming out to us, telling us in their unique ways that cricket has a problem. 773 more words

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Bringing BCCI under the umbrella of RTI Act

This Article has been written by Jash Vaidya, BSL LLB Student at ILS Law College Pune, Batch of 2018. 

None of the three justices on the Lodha committee were aficionados of cricket yet they have a done a commendable job of intervening in affairs of BCCI, their recommendations have far reaching implications on the way in which BCCI and cricket will be run in India. 1,524 more words

Sports Law

Top 5 young Talents who could make it big in cricket....

International cricket witnessed several spectacular talents coming through the ranks in the past few years. Sub-continental teams have ruled the roost when it comes to identifying and picking out talented players at a very young age. 985 more words

Cricket

5 players who can become stars under Virat Kohli's leadership

Indian cricket ushered in a new era on Sunday, when the Virat Kohli-era began after MS Dhoni resigned from captaincy at the start of the year. 581 more words

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Cricketers who debuted with Virat Kohli in 2008 but didn't taste success in international cricket

       

Virat Kohli shot to prominence in 2008 when he became only the second Indian captain after Mohammad Kaif to lead his side to glory in the U-19 Cricket World Cup. 935 more words

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M. S. Dhoni: The skipper who never skipped

“Dhoni finishes off in style…..a magnificent strike into the crowd…..India lifts the World Cup after 28 years….the party starts in the dressing room and it is the Indian Captain who has been absolutely magnificent in the night of the final”. 455 more words