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Ranji Trophy: Mumbai players wear black armbands in memory of former Mumbai Cricket Association President Manohar Joshi

The former Maharashtra CM Joshi, who took his last breath today around 3 am in Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai, served as former MCA President. He was 86.

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The Mumbai players on Friday wore black armbands in memory of former Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) President Manohar Joshi, who passed away today due to cardiac arrest at Hinduja Hospital.

During the match, a two-minute silence was observed between Mumbai and Baroda at the stadium. The Mumbai players were seen wearing black armbands after a two-minute silence was observed.

The Mumbai Cricket Association, earlier in the day, announced that Mumbai players would wear black armbands to honour former MCA President Manohar Joshi, who passed away today, during the Ranji Trophy match against Baroda at Sharad Pawar Cricket Academy BKC stadium.

Expressing the Association’s condolence, the MCA Secretary Ajinkya Naik stated that former MCA President Joshi passed away today morning. In the Mumbai vs Baroda match, Mumbai players would wear black armbands after a two-minute silence was observed.

The former Maharashtra CM Joshi, who took his last breath today around 3 am in Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai, served as former MCA President. He was 86.

The funeral ceremony of Joshi took place at Dadar Shivaji Park Crematorium later in the day. He received full State honours.

In the second Quarter Final of the Ranji Trophy between Mumbai and Baroda, Mumbai won the toss and decided to bat first.

Joshi served as chief minister from 1995 to 1999. He was the first leader from the undivided Shiv Sena to occupy the top post in the state. The Shiv Sena leader was elected as a Member of Parliament and was the Lok Sabha Speaker from 2002 to 2004 when the Vajpayee government was in power.

Leaders cutting across party lines condoled the demise of former Lok Sabha Speaker and Maharashtra CM Joshi, who passed away at a Mumbai hospital on Friday, calling him studious and disciplined. He was recognised as a scholarly and cultured face in Maharashtra politics.

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India Vs England: Akash Deep makes dream debut as Bihar seamer takes 3 wickets in first six overs

After receiving his Test Debut cap from head coach Rahul Dravid, Akash Deep touched his mother’s feet and took her blessing. Deep moved on from his mistake and took three wickets in the first session. Ben Ducket (11) was caught by Dhruv Jurel, while Ollie Pope (O) was given LBW. Zak, who earlier survived due to Akash Deep’s no ball, was bowled after scoring 42.

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Fast bowler Akash Deep made a dream debut to his Test career on Friday as he picked up three crucial wickets in his first six overs, leaving England reeling after they had won the toss and elected to bat first in the fourth Test match against India at the JSCA stadium in Ranchi. Akash Deep was almost unplayable in the early part of the first session.

Captain Rohit Sharma handed Akash Deep the new ball from the other hand, and the right arm seamer impressed critics with his bowling. Akash Deep’s pace remained in the 130s and Jurel had to make quite a brilliant take off the third ball, which flew down the leg side of Duckett. He conceded just two runs off his first over.

He picked up the wicket of Zak Crawley in his second over, but the delivery was declared a no-ball by the umpire. He then picked up the wickets of Ben Duckett and Ollie Pope afterwards and smashed Crawley’s off stump. This time it was a legitimate delivery and Crawley was sent back to the pavilion.

After receiving his Test Debut cap from head coach Rahul Dravid, Akash Deep touched his mother’s feet and took her blessing. Deep moved on from his mistake and took three wickets in the first session. Ben Ducket (11) was caught by Dhruv Jurel, while Ollie Pope (O) was given LBW. Zak, who earlier survived due to Akash Deep’s no ball, was bowled after scoring 42.

Akash Deep hails from Sasaram, Bihar and shifted to Durgapur on the pretext of a job but went to a cricket academy and there has been no looking back for the youngster since then. Akash Deep is the third Indian player after Sarfaraaz Khan and Dhruv Jurel to make his debut in the ongoing five-match Test series.

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BCCI announces IPL 2024 schedule: Full list of timings, venues, dates, fixtures and matches

The Board of Control for Cricket in India announced the schedule for the first two weeks of the IPL 2024. From March 22, 2024 to April 7, 2024. 21 matches will be played across 10 cities in two weeks Each IPL team will play a minimum of 3 matches and maximum of 5.

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the IPL (Indian Premier League) 2024 schedule on Thursday. The tournament will start with Defending champion Chennai Super Kings taking on Royal Challengers Bangalore in Chennai on March 22 at Chepauk. The schedule was announced on Thursday only for the first 21 matches. The fixtures for the remaining games will be announced in due course.

Match No Fixture               Date          Venue                Time

  1. CSK Vs RCB   March 22  Chennai            7:30 PM IST
  2. PBKS Vs DC   March 23  Mohali               3:30 PM IST
  3. KKR Vs SRH   March 23  Kolkata              7:30 PM IST
  4. RR Vs LSG      March 24  Jaipur                3:30 PM IST
  5. GT Vs MI         March 24   Ahmedabad      7:30 PM IST
  6. RCB Vs PBKS March 25   Bengaluru         7:30 PM IST
  7. CSK Vs GT      March 26   Chennai            7:30 PM IST
  8. SRH Vs MI       March 27   Hyderabad        7:30 PM IST
  9. RR Vs DC        March 28   Jaipur                7:30 PM IST
  10. RCB Vs KKR    March 29   Bengaluru         7:30 PM IST
  11. LSG Vs PBKS  March 30   Lucknow           7:30  PM IST
  12. GT Vs SRH      March 31   Ahmedabad      3:30 PM IST
  13. DC VS CSK     March 31   Visakhapatnam 7:30 PM IST
  14. MI Vs RR         April 1        Mumbai             7:30 PM IST
  15. RCB Vs LSG    April 2        Bengaluru         7:30 PM IST
  16. DC Vs KKR      April 3        Visakhapatnam 7:30 PM IST
  17. GT VS PBKS   April 4         Ahmedabad      7:30 PM IST
  18. SRH Vs CSK    April 5        Hyderabad        7:30 PM IST
  19. RR Vs RCB      April 6        Jaipur                7:30 PM IST
  20. MI Vs DC          April 7        Lucknow           7:30 PM IST
  21. LSG Vs GT       April 7        Lucknow           7:30 PM IST

Set for its 17th season, the Indian Premier League promises to be bigger and better than ever. BCCI secretary Jay Shah said the BCCI will work closely with the governement and the security agencies due to the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in India.

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