Skipper bags power transmission, distribution projects worth Rs 225 crore
Skipper Limited Director Sharan Bansal said, "Our tender pipeline continues to stay strong. The company is actively pursuing projects worth Rs 4,500 crore on the international front and about Rs 5,000 crore on the domestic front, which are currently under different phases of bidding or negotiation".
ICC Player of the Month: Ben Stokes, Sikandar Raza, Mitchell Santner among nominees for August
August saw some strong men candidates staking their claim with some brilliant performances. The ICC Player of the Month nominations in the men's category features England Test captain Ben Stokes, Zimbabwe batter Sikandar Raza and New Zealand all-rounder Mitchell Santner.
Virat Kohli reveals MS Dhoni was lone supporter after quitting captaincy
The former top-ranked Test batsman gave up the T20 captaincy after last year's World Cup and was soon axed as one-day skipper in the worst period of his international career. Kohli, who has not scored an international century since November 2019, then relinquished the Test leadership in January as Rohit Sharma became captain across all formats.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni to lead Chennai Super Kings again in the next IPL season
Chennai Super Kings has been the most successful team in the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL). Chennai have won the titles four times in the past under Dhoni, and the last one in 2021. They have been runners-up at three times as well. It is important to note that Dhoni will be close to 42 by the next IPL. He will be the oldest player in the tournament.
Zimbabwe wins 3rd one-day international against Australia
In reply, Zimbabwe reached its victory target with 66 balls to spare. Chakabva top-scored with 37 runs and Tadiwanashe Marumani added 35 on its way to a winning total of 142-7. It was Zimbabwe's first ODI victory over Australia in Australia. Josh Hazlewood led the Australian bowlers with three wickets.
Just play me, ready to bat anywhere: Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar smashed 68 off 26 balls to lift India from 94-2 in 13 overs to post a mammoth 192-2 against minnows Hong Kong in the Asia Cup Twenty20 tournament on Wednesday. India's bowlers restricted Hong Kong to 152-5 as they won by 40 runs to sail into the Super Four of the six-nation tournament, which acts as a precursor to T20's showpiece event in October-November.
Virat Kohli gifts his signed Indian cricket team jersey to Pakistan fast bowler Haris Rauf
The BCCI posted a video of the moment on twitter. "The match may be over but moments like these shine bright. A heartwarming gesture by Kohli as he hands over a signed jersey to Pakistan's Haris Rauf post the #INDvPAK game," BCCI tweeted. The video has gone viral and has garnered nearly 4 lakh views on Twitter in less than 24 hours.