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No 'Conflict of Interest' as far as Vijay Dahiya is Concerned, Says Board of Control for Cricket in India Official

A Board of Control for Cricket in India official refuted to Kirti Azad's allegations that former India wicketkeeper Vijay Dahiya has 'conflict of interest' in dual role as assistant coach of Kolkata Knight Riders as well as being the chief coach of Delhi Ranji team.

Ranji Trophy: Vijay Dahiya May be Delhi Coach After Ajay Jadeja
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Ranji Trophy: Vijay Dahiya May be Delhi Coach After Ajay Jadeja's Departure

Vijay Dahiya, and not Ajay Jadeja, was always their first choice as coach says DDCA's head of Sports Committee Vinod Tihara.

Vijay Dahiya to Get Rs 15 Lakh, DDCA Sacks Under-19 Selection Committee
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Vijay Dahiya to Get Rs 15 Lakh, DDCA Sacks Under-19 Selection Committee

It was learnt that Dahiya, a former India stumper had demanded Rs 35 lakh but it seems that he will have to settle for an amount which is nearly half the figure quoted by him.

Vijay Dahiya Named Delhi Coach, Yashpal Sharma to Head Selection Panel
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Vijay Dahiya Named Delhi Coach, Yashpal Sharma to Head Selection Panel

Vijay Dahiya, a member of the Kolkata Knight Riders coaching staff, had coached the Delhi in the 2012-13 season before DDCA decided against renewing his contract as assistant coach Sanjeev Sharma was elevated to top post.

Vijay Dahiya sacked as Sanjeev Sharma appointed Delhi chief coach
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Vijay Dahiya sacked as Sanjeev Sharma appointed Delhi chief coach

The All Powerful Sports Committee of the DDCA on Friday met at the Feroze Shah Kotla and decided unanimously to sack Dahiya and appoint Sharma who has worked under Manoj Prabhakar and then Dahiya as an assistant coach.

KKR prepare for IPL opening ceremony
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KKR prepare for IPL opening ceremony

Captain Gautam Gambhir, who is down with jaundince, did not attend the session and assistant coach Vijay Dahiya was seen playing the role of the mentor to the likes of Rajat Bhatia, Pradeep Sangwan and Manvinder Bisla.

Gautam Gambhir looks to iron out flaws with practice at Delhi nets
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Gautam Gambhir looks to iron out flaws with practice at Delhi nets

Gambhir batted for a lengthy duration twice but never looked comfortable against the left-arm pace duo of Ashish Nehra and Pradeep Sangwan. Sangwan, who is unlikely to play on Tuesday, was seen beating Gambhir's bat on a number of occasions.

Desperate Delhi Ranji side to request BCCI for Parvinder Awana
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Desperate Delhi Ranji side to request BCCI for Parvinder Awana's release

Meanwhile, a beleaguered Delhi side having lost three away matches, have requested the authorities at Roshanara ground to prepare a 'Green Top' which will atleast produce a result unlike the dead strips provided at the Feroz Shah Kotla by former BCCI chief curator Venkat Sundaram.

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Sehwag's stitches not a worry: Delhi coach Dahiya

Delhi coach Vijay Dahiya on Sunday said skipper Virender Sehwag has got stitches on his index finger due to an injury but added that it is not a serious cause of concern for the star cricket batsman.

KKR players are enjoying each other
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KKR players are enjoying each other's success: Dahiya

For a team that was mired in controversies in the first three seasons, Kolkata Knight Riders have emerged as one of the favourites in the ongoing IPL and assistant coach Vijay Dahiya on Friday attributed the team's success to the newly found unity among the players.

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Saha's glovework is better than others : Former wicketkeepers

Replacing the Indian captain in a Test match is not an easy job but former wicketkeepers feel that Wriddhiman Saha's calm demeanour could be an advantage when he dons the big gloves during the final Test against Australia in Adelaide, starting on January 24.

Vinod Kambli lashes out at IPL
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Vinod Kambli lashes out at IPL

Former India batsman Vinod Kambli on Wednesday lashed out at the Indian Premier League (IPL), saying that the cash-rich event tempts the young cricketers to go for the quick buck, when their aim should be to play Test cricket.

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