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Akhtar criticised for mocking Pakistan cricket on Indian show
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Akhtar criticised for mocking Pakistan cricket on Indian show

Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar's remarks mocking the state of affairs in Pakistan on a popular Indian comedy show have evoked angry reactions from ex-players and officials. Akhtar appeared with off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on the Comedy Nights with Kapil show in India and some of his stinging remarks about the state of national cricket and his making fun off a former PCB head have not been well received in Pakistan.  "I don't know why he was so critical about ... Rediff.com, 18 hours ago

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'India have good variety and all-round strength, should do well'

India's Mohit Sharma celebrates with teammates the fall of a wicket. Photograph: BCCI Praising the Indian team, Former West Indies captain and chairman of selectors Clive Lloyd has said that the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side has "all-round strength" with players like in-form Shikhar Dhawan and the ever-consistent Virat Kohli.  Lloyd, who led a strong Caribbean outfit with one of the best-ever fast bowling attacks in the history of the game, is impressed with ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago 'Team India has made sure of at least a semi-final placing'  Rediff.com1 week ago 'If the mind is positive then it adapts to the situation'  Rediff.com1 week ago I want to play Yuvraj Singh's role in this World Cup: Raina  Rediff.com1 week ago
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'There's always some hesitation before I start my innings'

India's Shikhar Dhawan during a training session. Photograph: Morne de Klerk/Getty Images Attributing his brilliant World Cup form to a calm mind and hard work, Indian batsman Shikhar Dhawan has said he managed to come out of a lean patch by sticking to his strong work ethic.  Dhawan scored 77 and 137 against Pakistan and South Africa respectively, after poor run of form in the Test and ODI tri-series Down Under. Asked about what's that changed for him at the ...
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#JabWeMet: Everything just clicked

We had invited you, dear readers, to share your love stories. Here, Meena Kumari Pathak tells us how she first met her husband and how they fell in love.   I was working in an IT company in Hyderabad after graduation, and within six months my parents started looking for a suitable groom. I was not interested in getting married so soon as I wanted to concentrate on my career. However, one day my mom called to tell me they have found a match. They had even visited the ...
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PIX: Bigg Boss 8 winner Gautam Gulati visits Rediff!

And here's everything that went down! Bigg Boss 8 winner Gautam Gulati recently paid a visit to the Rediff headquarters in Mumbai.And here's what happened:   TV actor Gautam Gulati, who charmed everyone and won the recently concluded Bigg Boss 8, was a huge draw during his visit.Dressed in a fitted denim shirt and black skinny jeans, the actor looked gaunt, quite unlike his buff self on screen.   The 27-year-old works his charm on the camera.While chatting with Rediff readers ...
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D Ramanaidu: From rice grower to number one filmmaker

Veteran Telugu film producer Dr Daggubbati Ramanaidu passed away into the ages on February 18. In an interview he had granted Rediff.com in September 2010, he tells us how he started making movies. Daggubati Ramanaidu has reached heights like no other film producer. Not only did the prolific filmmaker make it to the Guinness Book of World Records when he completed 101 films, his repertoire of 135 films includes films in more Indian languages than any other producer. Along the ...
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Zoe Saldana shares first pix of twin sons

Here's what's happening in Hollywood! Photograph: Instagram Several months after giving birth to twin sons Cy and Bowie, Star Trek actress Zoe Saldana took to Instagram to share the first photographs of the boys. The shots, uploaded to the social media last week, showed the new mother and her artist husband Marco Perego going hiking on the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles with each of the boys in tow. 'It's a #family affair! #Twins #Fullhouse,' read a caption that ...
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Ajmal slams umpire Davis, alleges conspiracy against Pakistan

Pakistan off-spinner, Saeed Ajmal has alleged that ICC umpire, Steve Davis had victimized Pakistan after he ruled Umar Akmal caught behind on a referraldecision during their high-octane World Cup opener against India in Adelaide.  "Steve Davis never upheld any appeal when I bowled and I had to always ask for a referral to get a wicket when he was the umpire," Ajmal said on Dunya news channel.  The channel played up the dismissal of Umar Akmal during the ...
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Tendulkar backs India to make semis along with Aus, NZ and SA

The Indian team waits for a review decision. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images Sachin Tendulkar has tipped defending champions India to make it to the semi-finals of the ICC World Cup which begins in Australia and New Zealand on Saturday. The Master Blaster also said that captain Mahendra Singh could play a key role in the country's fortunes in the showpiece event. "According to me, the top four teams that I would put them in the semis would be Australia, New ...
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AAP's victory should not affect stock markets: Deepak Parekh

Attributing AAP's landslide victory in Delhi to 'vote for a change', eminent banker Deepak Parekh on Tuesday said the Narendra Modi government at the Centre needs to work for more investments at the ground level. "It is a change for which the people of Delhi have voted. Arvind Kejriwal has assured good and clean governance. That is the reason they had a landslide victory," Parekh said. "I think what has impacted Delhi elections is that in the last seven-eight months nothing changed there ...
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