DAY 3 OF THE Bengal vs Delhi Ranji Trophy match witnessed intense drama as cricketers Manoj Tiwary and Gautam Gambhir got into a verbal spat, resulting in a heated altercation at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium on Saturday.
THE AMIT MISHRA assault case seems to have taken a new twist, with the latest reports suggesting that the complainant has refused to withdraw the case against the Indian cricketer. Mishra is likely to appear before the police after the end of the India-South Africa ODI series. The cricketer was booked under the Indian Penal Code sections 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) and 328 (causing hurt with intent to commit an offence).
FORMER INDIAN FAST BOWLER and current International Cricket Council (ICC) match referee Javagal Srinath believes that left-arm seamer Zaheer Khan's decision to call time on his career came at the right time, and that India's limited-overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has another year or so to lead the attack.
INDIAN SPIN BOWLER Amit Mishra has been granted relief in the Bengaluru assault case, as the complainant has officially withdrawn the FIR two days after the cricketer was booked for alleged assault.
THE BOARD OF CONTROL FOR CRICKET IN INDIA (BCCI) on Wednesday announced its association with vivo, the premium global smartphone manufacturer, for title sponsorship of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Vivo fulfilled their obligation of presenting the bank guarantee to the BCCI and confirmed the title sponsorship rights.
INDIAN LEG SPINNER Amit Mishra has been booked by Bengaluru Police for allegedly assaulting a woman in Bengaluru.
SOUTH AFRICA SUFFERED a major blow on Monday, after middle-order batsman JP Duminy was ruled out of the remaining two ODIs against India, owing to a laceration to his right hand in the third ODI at Rajkot.
IT MAY NOT be such a bad idea for recently retired Zaheer Khan to become India's bowling coach in the near future, considering his vast experience as the premier fast bowler of his time.
VERY FEW INDIAN pacers were able to master the art of reverse wing and Zaheer Khan was prominently among them. He was perhaps the best left-arm seamer ever that the country has produced.
FORMER INDIAN SKIPPER Sourav Ganguly praised fast bowler Zaheer Khan, who announced his retirement from international cricket on Thursday.
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