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Minimum number of Tests to be played to retain status: ICC

MUMBAI: Concerned about Test matches being "postponed" to accommodate other formats, the ICC Cricket Committee has recommended that a team‘s failure to play a minimum number of five-day games over a four-year period should lead to the withdrawal of

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Tata Sky reaches deal to air India cricket

MUMBAI: The Tata Sky DTH platform has reached an agreement with Neo Sports, the channel that has rights to telecast India cricket.

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Sify is webcasting India-England ODIs

MUMBAI: Sify, which works in the area of consumer Internet and Enterprise Services in India with global delivery capabilities, is live webcasting the current One Day International (ODIs) series between India and England.

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Oz-SA batting blitz ODI gets ESPN high eyeballs

The epic one day international between South Africa and Australia, which saw eight records tumble during the record run chase by the Proteas, registered a very impressive TVR of 3.1 in India on 12 March, 2006.

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Pakraman 1, 2, 3... fatigue setting in?

One can have too much of a good thing! Even cricket is not immune to this phenomenon. The following data which deals with the India Pakistan series over the past three years shows why.

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