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  • Pandya’s all-round show sinks Australia in rainy Chennai

    CHENNAI: All-rounder Hardik Pandya starred with the bat and ball to help India defeat Australia by 26 runs in the rain-hit opening One-day International in Chennai on Sunday...

    Dhoni, who has captained the successful Chennai franchise in the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament, then made his innings count along with Pandya for company...

  • IPL: ‘Ban on Chennai, Rajasthan could deal telling blow’

    Officials from the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and the Rajasthan Royals have already been found guilty of betting on matches and their respective teams now face heavy sanctions after an inquiry that also tainted International Cricket Council supremo Narayanaswami Srinivasan...

    The hugely popular Chennai Super Kings are also the most successful team in the IPL, having won the tournament in 2010 and 2011, and finished runners-up in 2008,...

  • IPL corruption: Chennai Super Kings suspended for two years

    Former Indian Premier League champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) have been suspended from the tournament for two years after team officials were found guilty of illegally betting on matches by a Supreme Court-appointed panel on Tuesday...

    The hugely popular Chennai Super Kings are also the most successful team in the IPL, having won the tournament in 2010 and 2011, and finished runners-up in 2008, 2012, 2013...

  • Army rescues survivors as flood toll nears 270 in Chennai

    CHENNAI: The Indian military evacuated more than 2,000 residents stranded in the southern state of Tamil Nadu on Thursday as the death toll from flooding rose to 269 after the heaviest cloudburst in over a century...

    Forecasts of more rain over the next 48 hours forced the army to work on a war footing to rescue survivors trapped in inundated parts of Chennai...

  • Hafeez’s scheduled test at Chennai in doldrums

    LAHORE: Experienced all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez might not able to appear before biomechanics experts in Chennai in connection with his suspect bowling action, since the Indian High Commissioner in Colombo did not issue him visa...

    Hafeez, according to a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) spokesman, was to travel directly from Colombo to Chennai, India on Tuesday as he had to appear before any ICC-accredited lab before July 4 but the veteran...

  • Bilal’s action to be tested in Chennai on 19th

    LAHORE: On Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) request for testing on off-spinner Bilal Asif’s bowling action, the international Cricket Council (ICC) has set Oct 19 as the date with Sri Ramachandra University in Chennai being the venue...

    Bilal, 30, will leave for Chennai on Sunday (Oct 18)...

  • Embattled Hafeez undergoes rigorous testing at Chennai lab

    Pakistan's embattled all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez underwent rigorous testing on his bowling action at the International Cricket Council-accredited Sri Ramachandra Sports Medicine centre in Chennai India on Monday...

    An official of the biomechanics lab in Chennai, quoted by Times of India, sounded the alarm bells for Hafeez, saying it was ‘extremely difficult’ for a bowler to remodel his action completely...

  • Chennai test hangs in the balance after Jayalalithaa's death

    India's cricket board (BCCI) has not made a decision on the fate of the final test match against England next week, but is monitoring the situation in Chennai following the death of Indian politician Jayalalithaa Jayaraman on Monday...

    Jayalalithaa was chief minister of southern India's Tamil Nadu state, of which Chennai is the capital...

  • Cyclone kills 10 in south India's tech hub Chennai

    At least 10 people were killed when Cyclone Vardah slammed into the southern Indian tech hub of Chennai, bringing down houses and cutting off the electricity supply, authorities said Tuesday...

    Television footage from Chennai, where huge floods last year killed at least 250 people, showed cars overturned by the strong winds and heavy rain...

  • IPL's Chennai Super Kings forced out of home city due to security threats

    Protest-hit Chennai Super Kings were on Thursday ordered to play all their remaining Indian Premier League (IPL) home games 1,200km away in Pune after players had shoes thrown at them and were threatened with snakes being unleashed into their stadium...

    Demonstrations marred Chennai's winning return to the IPL after a two-year ban for corruption on Tuesday night, against Kolkata Knight Riders, and when a threat to unleash snakes...

  • Wrong selection, poor management wrecked Pakistan in Chennai, says Jansher

    ISLAMABAD: Former world champion and squash legend Jansher Khan on Monday blamed wrong selection and gross mismanagement for Pakistan’s poor performance in the individual competitions at the ongoing World Junior Squash Championships in Chennai...

    None of the Pakistan juniors in the individual competitions in Chennai could cross the pre-quarterfinal stage...

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