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Thursday, 5 April 2012

ganguly century in ipl5

Ganguly 100 in ipl5:

Don't be amazed to much this will be definitely going to be happened in this ipl5 season,yes ganguly century in ipl will occur this year.not only this but much to happen in this ipl5.As he is the captain for the pune team i think he will play more responsible leading the team from the front.

Happy news for all the dada fans know hope he will do this for all of us.

Thursday, 29 March 2012

ipl 2012 schedule

Ipl5 schedule:

IPL 5 Schedule 2012

As we know IPL 5 is going to start in April 4, 2012. So, Following are the IPL 5 Schedule.

April 4: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Mumbai Indians(MI)

April 5: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Delhi Daredevils (DD)

April 6: Mumbai Indians(MI) vs Pune Warriors

April 6: Rajasthan Royals (R R) vs Kings XI Punjab

April 7: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Delhi Daredevils

April 7: Deccan Chargers (DC) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

April 8: Rajasthan Royals (R R) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

April 8: Pune Warriors vs Kings XI Punjab

April 9: Deccan Chargers (DC) vs Mumbai Indians(MI)

April 10: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

April 10: Delhi Daredevils (DD)Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

April 11: Mumbai Indians(MI) vs Rajasthan Royals (R R)

April 12: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

April 12: Kings XI Punjab vs Pune Warriors

April 13: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Rajasthan Royals (R R)

April 14: Delhi Daredevils (DD) vs Deccan Chargers (DC)

April 14: Pune Warriors vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

April 15: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Kings XI Punjab

April 15: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Rajasthan Royals (R R)

April 16: Mumbai Indians(MI) vs Delhi Daredevils

April 17: Rajasthan Royals (R R) vs Deccan Chargers (DC)

April 17: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Pune Warriors

April 18: Kings XI Punjab vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

April 19: Deccan Chargers (DC) vs Delhi Daredevils

April 19: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Pune Warriors

April 20: Kings XI Punjab vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

April 21: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Rajasthan Royals (R R)

April 21: Delhi Daredevils (DD) vs Pune Warriors

April 22: Mumbai Indians(MI) vs Kings XI Punjab

April 22: Deccan Chargers (DC) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

April 23: Rajasthan Royals (R R) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

April 24: Pune Warriors vs Delhi Daredevils

April 24: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Deccan Chargers (DC)

April 25: Kings XI Punjab vs Mumbai Indians(MI)

April 25::Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

April 26: Pune Warriors vs India Deccan Chargers (DC)

April 27: Delhi Daredevils (DD) vs Mumbai Indians(MI)

April 28: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Kings XI Punjab

April 28: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

April 29: Delhi Daredevils (DD) vs Rajasthan Royals (R R)

April 29: Mumbai Indians(MI) vs Deccan Chargers (DC)

April 30: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

May 1: Deccan Chargers (DC) vs Pune Warriors

May 1: Rajasthan Royals (R R) vs Delhi Daredevils

May 2: Challengers Bangalore vs Kings XI Punjab

May 3: Pune Warriors vs India Mumbai Indians(MI)

May 4: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Deccan Chargers (DC)

May 5: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Pune Warriors

May 5: Kings XI Punjab vs Rajasthan Royals (R R)

May 6: Mumbai Indians(MI) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

May 6: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Deccan Chargers (DC)

May 7: Delhi Daredevils (DD) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

May 8: Pune Warriors vs Rajasthan Royals (R R)

May 8: Deccan Chargers (DC) vs Kings XI Punjab

May 9: Mumbai Indians(MI) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

May 10: Rajasthan Royals (R R) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

May 11: Pune Warriors vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

May 12: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Mumbai Indians(MI)

May 12: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Delhi Daredevils

May 13: Rajasthan Royals (R R) vs Pune Warriors

May 13: Kings XI Punjab vs Deccan Chargers (DC)

May 14: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Mumbai Indians(MI)

May 14: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

May 15: Delhi Daredevils (DD) vs Kings XI Punjab

May 16: Mumbai Indians(MI) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

May 17: Kings XI Punjab vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

May 17: Delhi Daredevils (DD) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

May 18: Deccan Chargers (DC) vs Rajasthan Royals (R R)

May 19: Kings XI Punjab vs Delhi Daredevils

May 19: Pune Warriors vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

May 20: Deccan Chargers (DC) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

May 20: Rajasthan Royals (R R) vs Mumbai Indians(MI)

May 22: Qualifier 1 First Placed Team vs Second Placed Team

May 23: Elminator Third Placed Team vs Fourth Placed Team

May 25: Qualifier 2 Winner of Eliminator vs Loser of Qualifier1

May 27: Final Winner of Qualifier 1 vs Winner of Qualifier 2

Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Latest update about ganguly in ipl5

Latest news about ganguly in ipl5:
                                                   Ganguly is the coach cum mentor in the coming ipl5 competition in the absence of yuvraj singh the previous captain for pune in the ipl4 edition went under
some health conditions so this the whole team is handled by the power(sourav).

advantages of ganguly as a captain:
                                                            As he is former indian sucessful captain he knows how to handle the suituavations that to he had a very good resources in the team,so we can expect the cup for pune this time.

pune team:

coach-captain:sourav ganguly


  1. Wayne Parnell,
  2. Marlon Samuels
  3.  Steven Smith
  4.  Luke Wright
  5. Abhishek Jhunjhunwala
  6. Alfonso Thomas
  7. Bhuvneshwar Kumar
  8. Callum Ferguson
  9. Graeme Smith
  10. Harpreet Singh
  11. James Faulkner
  12. Jerome Taylor
  13. Jesse Ryder
  14. Manish Pandey
  15. Mitchell Marsh
  16. Mithun Manhas
  17. Rahul Sharma
  18. Shrikant Mundhe
  19. Shrikant Wagh

Monday, 19 March 2012

Ganguly and Sachin patnership



For the first time Sourav and Sachin opened the innings in 1997 23rd jan.AT this time Sachin 
was the captain of India,but the first match was a misery Sachin went wiyhout scoring and dada made 40 against southafrica.


  1. Total no of innings as openers: 136
  2. Totla number of runs made:6609(highest among all)
  3. Average:50/innings
  4. with out opening but patnership made runs:1668
  5. Highest score:258 vs kenya(highest opening patnership ever)
  6. Man of the matches:  Sachin = 56   Sourav= 31

Sachin made his 100;s hunderd but there is lot of story behind it and this ganguly had played a very important role.


Saturday, 10 March 2012

ganguly says about dravid

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Rahul Dravid's retirement from international cricket was announced at his home ground, the Chinnaswamy Stadium, in a function room filled with more than 200 people. Family, team-mates, friends, KSCA members, officials and journalists had gathered - as did fans watching a live broadcast on national television - to mark the end of a remarkable career and a "reassuring presence" in the Indian team. Dravid, the second-highest run-getter in the history of Test cricket, possibly the last of India's classical Test batsmen, was a cricketer who successfully straddled the old school with the new age, becoming a pivotal figure in the growth of India's Test team in the 21st century.

The press conference began on schedule and, within three-quarters of an hour, Dravid left the room and international cricket as he had walked in. Swift, smooth, business-like, and, on Friday, to the sound-and-light burst of camera flashbulbs. The significance of Friday's announcement will be understood only six months down the line, when India play Test cricket for the first time in 16 years without the most reliable one-drop in their history.

The decision to retire was not sudden, he said; the period of contemplation had lasted over a year as he assessed his game series after series. The disappointment of the Australia tour had not given him any 'eureka' moment around his decision to leave the game. "I didn't take the decision based on one series… these decisions are based on a lot of other things, it's the culmination of a lot of things. I don't think it's based on what happened in the last series. For each one it comes differently, for me it's come with a bit of contemplation, a bit of thought, with friends and family."

On Friday, Rahul Dravid retired after 16 years in international cricket © Associated Press
On his return from Australia, Dravid spent a month, taking out the "emotion" from the overall result in order to "look at things dispassionately," he said. At the end he said, "I came to this decision and when I came to it, I was very clear in my mind." It had, he said, been easy as it was difficult, that he had known "deep down in his heart" that it was time for the "next generation of the young Indian cricketer" to take over.

It was tough to leave "the life I have lived for 16 years and, before that, five years of first class cricket. It [cricket] is all I have known all my grown life … it wasn't a difficult decision for me because I just knew in my heart that the time was right, and I was very happy and comfortable in what I had achieved and what I had done. You just know deep down that it is time to move on and let the next generation take over… "

Dravid entered the function room straight into a scrum of photographers, looking almost apologetic at having caused such a fuss. He was dressed in his India blazer and seated on the podium next to BCCI president N Srinivasan and his former team-mate, captain and now KSCA president, Anil Kumble. The walls around him were lined with portraits of Karnataka's Test players, in the front row of the audience were members of his family, team-mates and the cricket community of the city.

He began by reading out his statement, his voice steady as he listed the people who'd played a part in every stage of his career - coaches, selectors, trainers, physios, officials, team-mates, family, even the media. He ended with the Indian cricket fan. "The game is lucky to have you and I have been lucky to play before you… My approach to cricket has been reasonably simple: it was about giving everything to the team, it was about playing with dignity and it was about upholding the spirit of the game. I hope I have done some of that. I have failed at times, but I have never stopped trying. It is why I leave with sadness but also with pride."

With the statement ended and applause breaking out, Dravid looked at his wife in the first row. There was both relief and calm on his face and something other than television lights reflecting in his eyes. After the contemplation and the deliberation, the conversations with people he trusted, it was over.

Dravid became the first of India's senior-most cricketers - Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman being the others - to quit the game after a season of speculation surrounding their future. His decision follows a poor tour of Australia but he enjoyed a prolific run through 2011, scoring five centuries - including four in the Caribbean and England. However, he is set to captain Rajasthan Royals in the upcoming IPL season.

Kumble called Dravid one of Karnataka's "finest cricketing sons" and spoke of his "reassuring presence" for India in the dressing room and on the field. © Getty Images
The biggest surprise of the afternoon, however - far more unexpected than even the finality of Dravid's retirement - was to follow. It came from BCCI president N Srinivasan: a man famous for an undemonstrative, glacial public face made an emotional and heartfelt speech. He spoke extempore of an "irreplaceable" cricketer, his voice wavering more than once. Srinivasan recalled having watched Dravid "grow from the days he played club cricket in Chennai, from the Ranji Trophy days … to the time he captained India". Dravid, he said, was an "ambassador for the sport, for the Indian team and for India".

"None of us really want to see such great players go away, we like to think they are permanent," Srinivasan said. "I think that deciding when to retire is possibly the hardest decision Rahul has ever faced. It is not easy to say adieu…"

Kumble called Dravid one of Karnataka's "finest cricketing sons" and spoke of his "reassuring presence" for India in the dressing room and on the field. It was Kumble who got Dravid to eventually crack his first smile of the afternoon, when he said the KSCA would now "expect to see you often in the association wearing the administrative hat." There were also a few tips on life after retirement, Kumble telling Dravid that apart from being busier "with exceptional demands made on your time, your ability to say no will be challenged like never before".

Sitting in the audience was Dravid's former team-mate Javagal Srinath, the current KSCA secretary, who had walked into the room before the event to check if the arrangements were in order. Dravid's immediate future includes six weeks of the IPL and he offered no clues as to whether he would take up a post-retirement life as coach, administrator or commentator. "I truly believe that some time away from the game will be good for me, I've played the game for 20 years I've lived in a cocoon, in a surreal world, this world has been away from reality in some ways." He did say though that because he loved routines, his return to the real world could include his new routines that involve dropping his sons off at school and shopping for groceries.

Among Dravid's contemporaries, both Kumble and Sourav Ganguly retired just after Test matches and Dravid was asked whether he had not wanted to end his career that way, walking off a field of play. "Just to keep playing for the sake of playing just one Test match, I didn't think was right." He needed to play, "for the right reasons - to win Test matches for India. I've done that for 16 years and I feel the time was right, I've had a great run. I have given this some thought … at the end of the day when a player has to go, he knows he has to go and I didn't feel the need to drag it on longer [in order to have a farewell Test]." Dravid was replying to questions in three of the four languages he speaks, taking particular pride in receiving special applause from the back of the room for working his way through a fairly long answer in Kannada.

Along with his wife, sons and brother, Dravid had walked onto the Chinnaswamy field for a short while just before he came in to speak to the media. The stadium was his finishing school before his graduation to Test cricket, and the adjacent NCA nets turned into a trusted training ground over the past decade where Dravid had always showed up early to work on his game.

Now retired, he will finally be free of the 7am gym and nets sessions. But what about the pure love of just batting? Of striking the ball with bat? Wouldn't he want to steal into the nets just for a hit or two? Dravid paused for a moment, smiled and then said: "Probably in the quiet. I'll come very late at night."

On the day he left the international game, this became the perfect final image of Rahul Dravid. Not that of the obdurate competitor in the arclights of cricket's 'surreal' centre. But of the "reassuring presence", of the craftsman in the quiet of dusk, of the man who never stopped trying.

Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Is ganguly acting in a telugu film


Saurav Ganguly says he is not making his acting debut with the Bengali remake of ‘Golconda High School’

Sarah Salvadore 

    Tollywood is at it again. Post numerous claims that actor Salman Khan is interested in remaking every Telugu blockbuster (which the actor clearly refuted), T-Town has now found another name to piggyback on. 
    A few days ago, Tollyland went into a tizzy with reports emerging that former Team India captain, Sourav Ganguly will be making his filmi debut in the Bengali remake of the Telugu flick, “Golconda High School” which starred Sumanth and Swathi. While the news was enough to make any movie or cricket buff sit up and take note, back in the confines of his Kolkata home, Sourav Ganguly remained oblivious to the buzz. “I have not watched the movie and no one has approached me with the offer to act in the film,” Ganguly told a close friend, who confirmed the news to H yd e r ab a d Times. 
    Not just Dada, but many in the Bengali movie industry — also known as Tollywood — seem to be amused by the suggestion of Ganguly acting and producing a flick. “Dada has no idea about the movie and has not bought the rights to “Golconda High School”. In fact, he has not bought the rights to any film. Sourav has not heard about “GHS”, leave alone knowing who bought the rights or who is producing it. Though he has done two television shows — “Dadagiri” and “Key Hobe Banglar Kotipoti” (the Bengali version of “Kaun Banega Crorepati”), Sourav has no intensions of acting in movies as of now,” confirms the source. 
    As contradictory reports emerged in 
    the media with actor Sumanth stating that Ganguly will produce and star in the remake, when contacted, the actor threw light on the confusion that prevailed. Claiming that he isn’t sure about who would reprise his role in the Bengali remake, Sumanth clarified his stance, saying, “My producer informed me that Sourav was keen on doing the film. Personally, I have no clue if he is doing the movie or not. I’m a big fan of Sourav Ganguly and have great respect for him as a cricketer. I think people have just jumped the gun here.” 
    Meanwhile, the producer of the original Telugu flick, Ram Mohan Paruvu remains oblivious to the suggestion that Ganguly might do the Bengali remake of the movie. Quiz him on how Ganguly’s name popped up in this melee and he says, “A production house from Kolkata approached me to buy the remake rights of “Golconda High School”. They told me they were keen on approaching Sourav Ganguly for the film as he fit the role of a cricket coach. Apart from what they told me, I don’t know if Sourav is doing the film or not. I just sold the Bengali rights of the movie. Meanwhile, the rights to the other languages are still with us and we are planning an English dubbed version soon,” affirms Paruvu. 
    While T-Town looks for another name to sell their remakes to, Dada fans will have to wait a little longer to see their cricketing icon showcase his acting skills in front of the camera.

source: The hyderabad times

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Ganguly in ipl5:
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                                                       Good news for all the sourav fans ou star ganguly is back again a very good news for all of us sahara management has announced sourav has all the power to take and guide the pune warrioirs now for surly this time we will show the power of dada.

Finally, Sahara Boss Subrata Roy, came out on a News Channel today and confirmed, whatever may happen Pune Warriors will surely play the IPL & he says Sourav Ganguly will take all the final calls about it. He said, by no means, Sahara wanted the players to miss out on cricket and hence PWI team will surly play the IPL and all decisions about it, will be taken by Sourav Ganguly himself.

Also, Sahara Boss confirmed, something Team SCGanguly had posted back in August 2011, that Sourav Ganguly will be the captain of the PWI team & all cricketing decisions of the team will be taken by him.

Subrata Roy said he didn’t want the people of Pune to miss out on the IPL. Hence, Pune Warriors India will surely play.

However, Subrata Roy said, he is interested in the IPL only because of the Players in the Team & the people of Pune but in all likelihood, Sahara will not remain the sponsors of the Indian Cricket Team any more.

The BCCI & PWI will have a small meeting very soon to discuss further, but its looks very unlikely that Sahara will remain the sponsors of the Indian Cricket Team. But the PWI IPL team will surely play in this season of the IPL.

So, cheers to all the fans of Sourav Ganguly, you will again see the Maharaja back in the IPL again and this time as a Captain, Leading the Pune Warriors Team.


                                                             The fifth edition of the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament will be held from April 4 to May 27, 2012 and will have total of 76 matches to be played between nine teams.

"We are privileged to have a player of Sourav Ganguly's calibre in our squad. He has been one of India's greatest and most inspirational cricketers. We have no doubt that his presence in the team will boost the team's prospects in the IPL, and motivate the boys to excel themselves," Abhijit Sarkar, Director - Pune Warriors, said.

"Ganguly's record speaks for itself. Icons like him only enhance the phenomenon that is the IPL. He has always set high standards for himself, and we can expect some outstanding performances from him in the tournament," Rajeev Shukla said.