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In a big blow to England left-arm spinner Monty Panesar, he has lost his contract with Surrey following the ugly urinating incident in a night clubsome days ago.

Shikhar Dhawan’s spectacular 248 against South Africa A at Pretoria was the second best individual score in List A cricket. Dhawan blasted 248 in 150 balls, an innings which was studded with 30 fours and seven sixes. Here’s a look at the other best knocks in List A cricket by batsmen (not including one-day internationals).

The schedule for the 2015 World Cup was recently released. And since, it will be the first time that the cricketing extravaganza will be returning to Australia and New Zealand since 1992, the latter event has come back into focus.

When Ravindra Jadeja made his international debut back in 2009, he was looked at more as a bits and pieces player. In fact, he was more of a batsman than a bowler, indicated by the fact that he made 60 on his one-day debut.

Even as India are battling out in Zimbabwe currently in the five-match ODI series, a bigger challenge awaits many of the players of the Indian squad present in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s 37-year-old veteran left-arm spinner Ray Price announced his retirement from international cricket on Sunday, ending a career that began 13 years back.

When Virat Kohli walked off fuming during the second ODI at Harare against Zimbabwe after being given out controversially, it wasn’t the first time that the angry young man came out in him.

Out of favour Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq may have stated that Misbah-Ul-Haq is responsible for the ills in Pakistan cricket in recent times.

When a batsman reaches his mid-30s, it is often an indication that his international career is coming to a close. But, one wonders whether the same can be said of Kumar Sangakkara.