nwealth Games, and takes questions on yet another so-so doubles outing as India crashed out in the quarterfinals of the Badminton Asia Team Championships. Pace bowler Shehan Madushanka and off-spinner Akila Dananjaya reduced Bangladesh to 22-3 in three overs before opener Tamim Iqbal and captain Mahmudullah put on their stand. ons made by the BCCI office-bearers and certain state associations, in accordance with the apex court’s September 21, 2017 order. This is his fifth consecutive half-century in ODIs. Related NewsHodge 6s end Durban ‘T7’, Aus win by five wicketsBrad Hodge seals seven-over shooto. – across formats – something that Mohammed Azharuddin, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid or MS Dhoni – could not accomplish, he beamed at the post-match presentation. But a lightning break of 50-odd minutes, which did not reduce any overs, hit India’s momentum hard as regular wickets and some tight bowling brought the hosts back in the game. “I know Cricket Australia are looking down that path … I’ve been talking to CA for. The Cote D’Ivoire-based striker Koffi could have found the back of the net but his mistimed header went astray, much to the dismay of the Lajong supporters. It is learnt that Dravid has underscored the importance of no discrimination against the other members of the coaching staff.