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Kallis, Pankaj light up Challengers' day

It was a calm day for the Royal Challengers involved in the Test cricket all around and also in the domestic cricket in India. Pankaj Singh perhaps was the most active amongst the Challengers when he smashed an unbeaten 57 off 52 balls for Rajasthan in the Ranji League. Jacques Kallis, another prolific Challenger, is unbeaten on 53 for South Africa in the first Test against Pakistan.

It was a calm day for the Royal Challengers involved in the Test cricket all around and also in the domestic cricket in India. Pankaj Singh perhaps was the most active amongst the Challengers when he smashed an unbeaten 57 off 52 balls for Rajasthan in the Ranji League. Jacques Kallis, another prolific Challenger, is unbeaten on 53 for South Africa in the first Test against Pakistan.

Taylor disappoints at Hyderabad

Ross Taylor certainly wasn't at his best at Hyderabad in the second Test against India, though his teammates had a field day. At stumps on day 1, New Zealand sat pretty at 258/4 as Tim McIntosh stroked to a century while Guptill strummed up 85. Taylor failed at 24 before was caught behind fishing out to a Zaheer Khan delivery.

Kallis going strong at Dubai

Jacques Kallis is going strong unbeaten on 53 as South Africa faces Pakistan in the first Test at the Dubai cricket stadium. Along with Hashim Amla (unbeaten on 70), Kallis scored 117 runs for the third wicket partnership as SA stood at 311/3. Here's wishing Kallis another century! Boucher and Steyn is also playing in this Test for the Proteas. So watch out for them when the action starts tomorrow.

Pankaj follows it up with a stylish 57

In the domestic Ranji tournament, Pankaj Singh followed up his 5-wicket haul with a stylish unbeaten 57 for Rajasthan as he helped his team score 490 in the first innings against Goa's 216. Pankaj, who struck 5 sixes and 3 fours enroute to 57 amassed in 52 balls, was involved in a 82 run partnership for the last wicket for his team.

Skipper Vinay Kumar's first Ranji match as a skipper is turning out to be a happy moment as Karnataka gained a 183 runs lead over Punjab. Karnataka finished their first innings at 426. Punjab, in its second essay finished the day at 173/2 as skipper Yuvraj Singh got his act together to remain unbeaten on 52.

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