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'At least there was one South African who did not choke'
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'At least there was one South African who did not choke'

New Zealand's Grant Elliot (left) reacts after hitting a shot for six runs alongside teammate Daniel Vettori to win their World Cup semi-final match against South Africa in Auckland. Photograph: Nigel Marple/Reuters Former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar praised New Zealand for playing "outstanding" cricket throughout the World Cup, saying the Kiwis thoroughly deserved to be in the final after edging past South Africa in a battle of nerves at Auckland. - Photos from the match ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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'I am impressed with the Indian pace attack, Shami in particular'

Mohammed Shami and Virat Kohli of India are congratulated after dismissing Quinton de Kock of South Africa during the World Cup match in Melbourne. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images India's pace spearhead Mohammed Shami received the biggest compliment in his two-year international career as one of the greatest fast bowlers ofall time Sir Richard Hadlee termed the young seamer's efforts in the ICC Cricket World Cup "particularly impressive".  New Zealand's greatest ...
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Shame! Wheelchair-bound man denied entry in Delhi restaurant

A disabled rights activist was denied entry into an upscale bar and restaurant in south Delhi, sparking condemnation from rights activists on Saturday. Nipun Malhotra, who was born with arthrogryposis, a rare congenital disorder, which leads to lack of muscles in arms and legs, was denied entry to the restaurant on Friday night. Malhotra, who is also co-founder of the Nipman Foundation, was allegedly told by the security and the manager of the restaurant that he would not be allowed inside ...
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PHOTOS: India thrash South Africa by 130 runs for second win

The Indian team celebrates the fall of a South African wicket in Melbourne. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Shikhar Dhawan smashed 137 as India rode on a clinical display to break their World Cup jinx against South Africa with an emphatic 130-run victory in a pool B match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.  - Scorecard His career-best 137 propelled India to a comfortable 307 for seven before the bowlers performed brilliantly to bundle out ...
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'Delhi have three games at the Kotla to set things straight'

Delhi Daredevils players run to take the field. Photograph: BCCI With Delhi Daredevils having lost nine matches on the trot in the IPL, captain Jean-Paul Duminy is keen to set the record straight when they take on Mumbai Indians at the Feroz Shah Kotla. Having won two of their five games so far in this edition, Duminy is confident about Delhi's next three matches at their home turf. "We are very hungry to set the record right especially in our home ground. We ...
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Full rupee convertibility in a few years: Rajan

Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Friday said the central bank is looking at allowing full capital account convertibility in a few years. "My hope is that we will get to full capital account convertibility in a short number of years," he said. Full capital convertibility means a foreign investor can repatriate his money into his own local currency at will, which is not allowed in the country now. Stating that the RBI is fairly open to capital inflows, the Governor said: "The only place ...
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Ricky Ponting starts new innings as Mumbai Indians coach

Mumbai Indians players Unmukt Chand and Parthiv Patel with the team's head coach Ricky Ponting during a practice session. Photograph: PTI Photo Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting began his new innings as the head coach of the Mumbai Indians who commenced their training at the WankhedeStadium ahead of the Indian Premier League season 8, scheduled to start on April 8. Ponting, who led his country to World Cup glory in 2003 and 2007, took up his new role as the 2013 IPL ...
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As Modi visits Lanka, Rajapaksa blames India for his poll defeat

Former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa has blamed India, the United States and European countries for his humiliating defeat in the January election. “It was very open, Americans, the Norwegians, Europeans were openly working against me. And India’s Research Analysis Wing,” Rajapaksa told the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post in an interview. “Both the US and India openly used their embassies to bring me down,” Rajapaksa said ahead of Prime ...
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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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UK to unveil Gandhi statue on March 14

The much-awaited Mahatma Gandhi's bronze statue at Britain's historic Parliament Square will be unveiled on March 14, Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Sunday. The announcement came as the Gandhi Statue Memorial Trust surpassed the 1-million pound mark in donations, with steel tycoon Lakshmi N Mittal adding 100,000 pounds and the Infosys Board chaired by K V Kamath 250,000 pounds in the last few weeks. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is expected to be the special guest at the ceremony to ...
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