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Dalmiya lauds Team India
The Assam Tribune

Dalmiya lauds Team India's 'outstanding' World Cup performance

The disappointment of a semifinal exit notwithstanding, BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya today congratulated the Indian cricket team for its "stupendous" World Cup performance, saying that Mahendra Singh Dhonis men put up an outstanding show. India, the ... Deccan Herald, 17 hours ago
Dalmiya lauds Team India The Assam Tribune, 5 hours ago

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MSN India, 1 day ago
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Business Standard, 3 days ago
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Times of India, 1 week ago
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MSN India

World Cup: BCCI and Dhoni’s men should be happy that Indians are angry

On Thursday, the spectacle of angry protesters decrying the team was back on the streets yet again. The post World Cup: BCCI and Dhoni’s men should be happy that Indians are angry appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com11 hours ago World Cup: BCCI and Dhoni's men should be happy that Indians are angry  MSN India8 hours ago
India Today

MS Dhoni has 2019 World Cup on his mind

"I will play the 2019 World Cup," these were MS Dhoni's words to a top BCCI administrator after he had made the sudden announcement to retire from Test cricket last December. The said administrator equally in shock had then, inquired about his one-day plans.
 India Today12 hours ago Cup Diary: Dhoni hopes for a 'field' day  Pune Mirror3 days ago Dhoni knows how to win World Cups: Vaughan  ProKerala.com3 days ago India Skipper MS Dhoni Knows How to Win World Cups, Says Michael Vaughan  NDTV3 days ago

State associations shouldn't pester pacers for playing Ranji: Dhoni

‘Skipper urged BCCI to closely monitor this bowling unit as they will be key to India's future overseas tours’ Indian pacers Umesh Yadav, left, and Mohammed Shami. Photograph: Vipin Pawar/Solaris Images The biggest positive for the Indian cricket team in this World Cup has been the performance of its pacers and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels that the trio of Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami and Mohit Sharma should not be forced to play domestic events to ensure that they don't burn ...
 Rediff.com15 hours ago Our pacers should play less domestic games: MS Dhoni  Economic Times14 hours ago

Dhoni wants India bowlers to play fewer domestic matches to retain their pace, fitness

Dhoni feels that this core group of bowlers should be nurtured by the BCCI with utmost care their respective state associations shouldn't pester them for playing in the Ranji Trophy. The post Dhoni wants India bowlers to play fewer domestic matches to retain ...
 First Post.com14 hours ago
India Today

World Cup: BCCI proud of Team India despite semifinal exit

BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya said on Friday the Indian board is proud of its team as it "played some outstanding cricket" in the World Cup Down Under before crashing out in the semifinals against Australia. In their quest to retain the title, the Mahendra ...
 India Today15 hours ago BCCI proud of Indian team despite semifinal exit  Prokerala16 hours ago

Criticism continues but BCCI defends Indian team

A day after India bowed out of the 2015 cricket World Cup losing the semi-finals, criticism continued to flow in even as BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya defended the team's performance by saying the defending champions "played some outstanding cricket" Down ...
 Prokerala10 hours ago
Manorama Online

BCCI promises 'huge reward' for Indian team

Thiruvananthapuram: BCCI has promised the Indian cricket team a huge reward if they win the World Cup 2015. Talking to Manorama News, the BCCI Vice President T.C. Mathew said that a huge reward would be given to the men in blue if they bring back ...
 Manorama Online1 day ago Rohit 'No-Ball' Controversy: BCCI Asks ICC President Kamal to Raise Issue at World Body Meet  NDTV1 week ago BCCI asks Mustafa Kamal to raise 'poor umpiring' issue at ICC meeting  Zee News1 week ago BCCI asks Kamal to raise 'poor umpiring' issue at ICC meeting  Business Standard1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Huge rewards for players if India win World Cup, announces BCCI secretary

Sydney: The BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur has landed in Sydney before the India vs Australia semifinal tie of the World Cup 2015. But the big news for the Indian cricketers is that the BCCI secretary boosted their morale by announcing huge rewards.
 ABP Live2 days ago Srini, Thakur to attend SF, Dalmiya to skip  New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago N Srinivasan, Anurag Thakur to attend World Cup semis, Jagmohan Dalmiya to stay away  Zee News5 days ago WC 2015 IND vs AUS: N Srinivasan, Anurag Thakur to attend semifinal  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago

New BCCI regime says no change in stance on DRS

A giant screen at a cricket venue flashes the request for review during a match. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images A change of guard in the Board of Control for Cricket in India hasn’t changed its view on the controversial Decision Review System. Cricket’s most powerful body insists it cannot accept the technology in its current state. India is the only team that refuses to use DRS in bilateral series ever since it did not find the system 'foolproof' in a Test match against Sri ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago New BCCI regime prefers status quo on DRS  Press Trust of India2 days ago New BCCI regime in no mood for DRS  The Freepress Journal1 day ago
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