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Javagal Srinath

Former India Cricketers Harbhajan Singh, Javagal Srinath Awarded MCC Life Membership

Oct 19, 2021 PTI

Harbhajan has more than 700-plus international wickets across formats while Srinath is currently an ICC Elite Panel Match Referee.

England Take Up Umpiring In Day-night Test With Match Referee Javagal Srinath But No Official Complaint

Feb 25, 2021 PTI

England are unhappy with two decisions made by third umpire C Shamshuddin on the opening day of the match on Wednesday

IND Vs ENG: Jubilation For India As 'Debutant' Jasprit Bumrah Takes First Test Wicket On Home Soil - WATCH

Jasprit Bumrah took 18 Test matches to play his first match in India. And the pacer soon claimed his first wicket by trapping England batsman Daniel Lawrence in Chennai

Could Have Played Little Longer But Knees Made It Difficult, Says Javagal Srinath

Jun 20, 2020 IANS

Javagal Srinath played 67 Tests and 229 ODIs between 1991-2003 for India and is widely regarded as India's first real quick who could bowl fast along with Kapil Dev

VVS Laxman Names The Bowler Who Triggered Pace Bowling Revolution In India

VVS Laxman hailed Javagal Srinath as a "tearaway fast bowler from a relative cricketing outpost" who would always respond to the team's need

18 April, 2020

Javagal Srinath Didn't Get The Credit He Deserved, Feels Shaun Pollock


Javagal Srinath played 67 Tests and 229 ODIs between 1991 and 2003, taking 236 and 315 wickets respectively

04 December, 2019

Rise Of India's Pace Battery: Ian Bishop Credits Kapil Dev For Laying The Foundation, Hails Virat Kohli's Passion


In a heartening analysis, former West Indies fast bowler said Virat Kohli's passion to put together a strong Indian fast-bowling unit has made it easier to build on the foundation that Kapil Dev laid

23 September, 2019

Do Indian Cricketers Know The Right Time To Retire, Gracefully?


The continued suspense over Mahendra Singh Dhoni's future has revived the debate on whether the biggest icons in Indian cricket know when the time is right to bow out of the scene gracefully

14 June, 2019

Harbhajan Singh Opens Can Of Worms Regarding His 2003 Cricket World Cup Altercation With Mohammed Yousuf During Indo-Pak Clash


The former India spinner Harbhajan Singh revealed his incident with Mohammed Yousuf during India Vs Pakistan clash in 2003 Cricket World Cup.

14 June, 2007

'Venky's Experience Will Count'

'The England tour is a good chance for youngsters to establish themselves provided they have the right attitude and this is where Venky (Venkatesh Prasad) comes in.'

24 February, 2006

L'affaire Ganguly

Javagal Srinath

It's just not fair. The news of Ganguly being dropped is hitting the headlines too often. It does not do any good to his cricket as well to Indian cricket. It's time to clear the air.

22 February, 2006

Insight Into Bowlers' Mindset Important

Javagal Srinath

A longing to be in the Test side, along with performance, should be the criteria for one-day selection. In the current set-up, there might be a few who do not want the hardship of Tests, but prefer the lighter load of ODIs.

20 February, 2006

Unprecedented And Exceptional

Javagal Srinath

While Pakistan seemed too dependent on a couple of players for results, India managed to undermine the so-called dependency factor quite convincingly.

17 February, 2006

Dravid's Tactics Undid Pakistan

Javagal Srinath

Rahul's captaincy was remarkable. Each and every Pakistan dismissal looked very well scripted. This series win is an important achievement in his career as a leader.

14 February, 2006

Standing Tall

Javagal Srinath

It is now quite apparent that the names of Yuvraj and Dhoni can be added to the elite list of Indian batting, which was the domain of Sachin, Rahul and Sehwag.

12 February, 2006

Inzy's Decision Backfired

Javagal Srinath

Had Inzamam opted to bowl, it could have been Asif who would have relished instead of Sehwag.

07 February, 2006

Bring Back The 'Silent Assassin'

Javagal Srinath

With the team is missing out on the experience front, it is wise to call upon Anil Kumble to lend credibility to the bowling department.

02 February, 2006

Plans Gone Awry

Javagal Srinath

The idea of moving batsmen like pawns seems ridiculous. The positions assume importance in the way they mentally prepare for the game. The Rahul-Greg duo has gone too far in experimenting in Tests too.

Photo Gallery

A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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