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The Indian Girl Who Became the Leader of the USA

Eight years ago, in a domestic game, a Tamil Nadu opener came out to face Bengal’s bowling attack, led by legendary Indian fast bowler and captain Jhulan Goswami. The batsman mistimed the ball but the fielder at midwicket dropped what would have been an easy catch. Standing on the sidelines, Tamil Nadu allrounder Shebani Bhaskar – just 15 years old – watched Goswami run from her position at mid-off to confer with the fielder. “It’s okay, it happens,” Bhaskar overheard Goswami say, patting the fielder on the back. “Concentrate on the next ball.” Continue reading “The Indian Girl Who Became the Leader of the USA”

Situation more than adequate to get cricket back in Pakistan: Stuart Law

The much-anticipated three-match series between Pakistan and Windies was held in Karachi by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to send a message to world that the country was safe to host international cricket once again. The three-match series, that the hosts clean-swept, turned out to be a success on that front and if the country’s cricket board needed any recommendations, Windies coach Stuart Law provided them with one after the end of the series on Tuesday.

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