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Nitin being one of the fitness freak and state level athlete contributes with this immense knowledge in individual fitness and sports. He is an engineer by profession but gives away his whole time towards innovations in body physic and different callisthenic types. He is one most graceful and competent member of who starts at office before the office time. He works as a senior writer & editor.

Cricket Australia Certain Of 2-Test Series Opposite Pakistan

Cricket Australia Certain Of 2-Test Series Opposite Pakistan

Disturbance at the PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) initiated by Imran Khan, the new Prime Minister of the country and former cricket legend, will not affect plans for a 2-Test series in October opposite Australia. Khan, whose party came into administration last month in a national election, hired Ehsan Mani (the former ICC president) as the new chairman of PCB after ...

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Players Request BCB To Discontinue Players-By-Choice Transfer System

The Dhaka Premier League's contentious players-by-choice transfer system is facing some issues. Reportedly, some cricketers have appealed for the discontinuation of the latest system.

The Dhaka Premier League’s contentious players-by-choice transfer system is facing some issues. Reportedly, some cricketers have appealed for the discontinuation of the latest system. The reason behind this demand is said to be the non-support of their respective clubs. Earlier, numerous cricketers of Brothers Union convened with the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) officials. They claimed that they have not yet ...

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Sunil Gavaskar Criticizes Team Management For Indulging The Spirit Of Cheteshwar Pujara

India had a tough fight on the opening day of the third test match against England at Tren Bridge. After a good start from defenders KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan; Ajinkya Rahane and captain Virat Kohli scored a half-century to help India get a good result on the board. Cheteshwar Pujara, however, didn’t had a great day and ended up ...

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No Modification In The Asia Cup Schedule For India–Pakistan: BCCI

No Modification In The Asia Cup Schedule For India–Pakistan: BCCI

Notwithstanding preliminary reports hinting that the BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) was discontented with crammed Asia Cup 2018 fixtures of India, the agenda will remain unaltered. Two matches of India at the Asia Cup have been planned on uninterrupted days that comprise a highly-projected match on September 19 against Pakistan. After the agenda was declared last month, ...

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Pandya’s 5-Wicket Haul Closes England Shop On 161

Pandya's 5-Wicket Haul Closes England Shop On 161

In a noticeably redemptive session of the match, India made up for 2nd day’s dull bowling display by grabbing 10 wickets at Trent Bridge in an expanded session. Five of those batsmen went to Hardik Pandya’s list in a dramatic completion of India’s willful determination with the all-rounder. Pandya rampaged via middle-order of England to introduce his first five-wicket figure. ...

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Bangladesh Confident Of Shakib Getting In For Asia Cup

Bangladesh Confident Of Shakib Getting In For Asia Cup

Minhajul Abedin, the Bangladesh chief selector, unveiled on August 18, 2018, that they hope Shakib Al Hasan (the injured all-rounder) to participate in the preparation camp before the Asia Cup, planned to start from August 27, 2018. Shakib, who had hinted that he might go ahead with the operation after the tour of West Indies, was listed in the 31-man ...

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BCB Seeking To Send Senior-Team Cricketers To County Cricket

BCB Seeking To Send Senior-Team Cricketers To County Cricket

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is seeking to send some of the nation’s top cricketers to county cricket in order to sharpen their skills. To make development in this regard, the panel has asked Steve Rhodes (recently appointed head coach) to try and make some preparations so that some of his charges have the chance to play in the county. Being ...

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Indian Batsmen Credited By Sanjay Bangar For Adjusting Well

Indian Batsmen Credited By Sanjay Bangar For Adjusting Well

Overwhelmed with the performance of India on the Trent Bridge Test’s opening day, Sanjay Bangar, the batting coach, eulogized the batsmen adapting well to the surface and bringing about technical variations in their strategy. India experienced their series’ finest day on August 18, where openers KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan offered the team a great start that was maintained by ...

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