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Ranji Trophy Quarterfinals Day 1: Karnataka take lead while Bengal and Andhra sit comfortably




The 1st day of the Ranji Trophy Quarterfinals matches has seen some brilliant cricket all around the country. Eight teams are fighting it out for the domestic glory and matches are being played in Kolkata, Rajkot, Indore and Bengaluru.



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