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    In pics: India's uncapped dark horses in IPL 6

    • Young Punjab fast bowler Sandeep Sharma, took 41 wickets in nine matches during the recent Ranji Trophy and who was also India's highest wicket-taker at the Under-19 World Cup in 2012, has been added to Kings XI Punjab's squad. (ICC/Getty)

    • Having scored noticeable centuries in 2012, including in the final of the U-19 World Cup which India won, Unmukt Chand has been primed for the next level. With plenty of focus on the young Delhi Daredevils batsman, the IPL could unearth the next superstar. (Getty Images)

    • Mumbai and India U-19 left-arm spinner Harmeet Singh made headlines when Ian Chappell remarked that he was ready for international cricket. One of the architects of India's U-19 World Cup triumph, Harmeet has been signed by Rajasthan Royals. (ICC/Getty)

    • Uttar Pradesh pace bowlers Imtiaz Ahmed is part of Chennai Super Kings' squad for 2013. He topped UP's wicket tally in the Ranji Trophy with 37 from nine matches. Imtiaz was with the Pune Warriors in IPL 2011 but did not get a game. (Cricketnext)

    • Maharashtra batsman Kedar Jadhav marked his IPL debut with a half-century against RCB in 2010, but coming off a strong domestic season he could be looking at more playing time. Jadhav scored 327 during the 2012-13 Ranji season. (Indian Premier League)

    • Another member of the successful U-19 side, Tamil Nadu allrounder Baba Aparajith scored his maiden Ranji Trophy century this season. He is part of the CSK squad. (ICC/Getty)

    • Madhya Pradesh pace bowler Ishwar Pandey, who was the leading wicket-taker in this season's Ranji Trophy, has been signed by Pune Warriors.

    • Kerala wicketkeeper-batsman Sanju Samson has been signed up by Rajasthan Royals after an impressive performance in the team's camp earlier this year, following a strong Ranji Trophy season. Samson, 17, was earlier in the KKR squad.