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Amit Mishra is an Indian cricket bowler.

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Cricket Stars Call Chakan Hotel Home During India in Pune
The Indian Premier League's (IPL) 8th season is underway, and as the excitement builds to see who will come out on top, teams are playing matches across the country. During the Pune leg of the tournament, the Kings XI Punjabi, as well as visiting teams the Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knightriders, made their home at the Courtyard Pune Chakan.

BCCI announces 2011-12 contracted players list
Player gradations for 2011-12 were approved by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)'s Working Committee after a meeting in Kolkata today.

Auckland Aces cricket team arrives in India for T20 contest
The Auckland Aces cricket team arrived here on Monday to take part in the upcoming Champions League T20 tournament.

ODI series against England "test of character" for India's Gen-Next batsmen: Akram
The forthcoming one-day series against England will be a "test of character" for India's young batsmen, who must make themselves count since "the golden generation of Indian middle-order batting is drawing to a close", Pakistan bowling great Wasim Akram has said.

Team India beats Leicestershire by 15 runs in T20 practice match
Indian cricket team on Monday beat Leicestershire by 15 runs in the last practice T20 match at Leicestershire County Cricket Club.

Dhoni not sure if IPL fatigue affected players' performance during England tour
Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Monday said that it is yet to be ascertained if participation of players in the cash rich Indian Premiere League (IPL) tournament affected their performance during the England tour.

Dhoni blames poor batting for series whitewash
Expressing displeasure over the Indian cricket team's humiliating loss to England in the four match test series, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, captain of the Indian team on Monday attributed the reason for the loss to poor batting performance and weak partnerships.

Tendulkar let-off by England in Oval Test
Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar could have already been out if England had appealed for a stumping late on day four of the Oval Test.

Dravid admits to nicking the ball in second innings of Oval Test
Indian batsman Rahul Dravid has ended the speculation over his dismissal in the second innings of The Oval Test against England by admitting that he had nicked the ball.

India struggling in Edgbaston Test
India were reduced to 75 for the loss of four wickets at lunch on the first day of the third Test against England at the Edgbaston cricket ground here on Wednesday, thanks to some incisive and penetrative bowling by the England pacers.

Edgbaston Test: England win toss, put India into bat
England captain Andrew Strauss has won the toss and put India into bat in the third Test match that is being played at the Edgbaston cricket ground from today.

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