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'I have no doubt that India will defend the World Cup title'
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'I have no doubt that India will defend the World Cup title'

The Indian team awaits a decision. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images For batting legend VVS Laxman there are no clear favourites for next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, but the stylish Hyderabadifeels India will surely enjoy an "advantage" having spent a considerable amount of time Down Under before the mega-event.  India will spend nearly two-and-a-half months in Australia before the World Cup and will play four Tests against the hosts ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago

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'It is difficult to say that I am a certainty for the World Cup'

Umesh Yadav of India celebrates with his teammates after taking a Sri Lankan wicket. Photograph: BCCI Making his presence felt in yet another clinical win over Sri Lanka after a four-wicket haul, Indian pacer Umesh Yadav is not taking his Australia berth for granted and said that consistency is the key to book a World Cup ticket.  "It is difficult to say that I am a certainty for the World Cup. I hope the selectors take a note of my performance and reward me ...
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Chennai Open: World No.15 Bautista Agut confirms participation

Roberto Bautista Agut, the world No. 15, has confirmed his participation in the 20th edition of the Aircel Chennai Open, to be held at SDAT Stadium in Nungambakkam from January 5 to 11 next year. The Spanish tennis player had been a part of the Chennai Open in the last two seasons as well. He played here as an unseeded and first-time ATP World Tour finalist in 2013 and as a World No. 59 in 2014.  This time, he would be in Chennai as 15th ranked player ...
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India's best schools of 2014

Is your school among the best in the country? Read on and find out! Leading career magazine Education World has recently published its list of best Indian schools for the year 2014. Titled 'EW India School Rankings 2014', the annual list comprises the country's best schools ranked under ten different categories -- day co-education, day-cum-boarding, day girls and day boys, boarding co-education, boys and girls, international day, day-cum-boarding and wholly residential. For the ...
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'Too late to sack Cook as captain, we're close to the World Cup'

England captain Alastair Cook. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images The clamour for his sacking as England's ODI captain has grown shrill after the debacle against India but former coach Ashley Giles feels it is toolate to do this as the World Cup is just five months away.  "I'd keep him as captain because we're close to the World Cup. It's important from a leadership point of view," Giles told BBC Radio 5 live.  England lost the recently-concluded ODI series ...
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I would like to be number one before I retire: Sania Mirza

India's Sania Mirza during a training session. Photograph: Getty Images Sania Mirza has said she wants to reach No. 1 position in the world rankings before bidding adieu to the game.  "I am six in the world and I would like to be number one before I retire," the tennis player replied to a query on her professional career in future. She participated in an interactive session in CII Young Indians Youth Conclave. Replying to another query, she said India needs ...
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ISL: Atletico de Kolkata denied a point as Kerala Blasters win

Atletico de Kolkata were robbed a point due to poor refereeing as regular captain Luis Garcia's injury time equaliser was disallowed by assistant referee ashosts Kerala Blasters recorded a 2-1 win in a 10th round encounter of the Indian Super League in Kochi on Friday.  Despite the defeat, ATK stay put on second position with 16 points while Blasters also keep their third position intact with 15 points from 10 games. The incident happened in the 92nd minute. Down ...
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'I still have some chances, just have to try harder with white'

Viswanathan Anand in action in Sochi. Photograph: FIDE Despite being down 4-5 with just three more games to go, Viswanathan Anand has said he was fine with an easy draw in the ninth game and insisted that he still has a chance of posting a win in the World Chess Championship match.  "You have to just play the positions you get, the situations you get. I can count, I know the score but I think I still have some chances," Anand said at the ...
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ICC ODI rankings: Kohli, Dhawan among top five, Dhoni slips

Virat Kohli captain of India pats teammate Shikhar Dhawan as he walks back to the pavilion.Photograph: BCCI Two Indian batsmen are now in the top five of the ICC ODI rankings, with Virat Kohli remaining at number three and opener Shikhar Dhawan climbing up the ladder to fifth after earning four places in the latest list issued on Wednesday.  However, India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who is not playing in the ongoing five-ODI series against Sri Lanka due to an ...
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'Dravid told me he knew it all but couldn't control Greg'

A file photo of (left to right) former India captain Rahul Dravid, coach Greg Chappell and Sourav Ganguly during a practice session. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters Sourav Ganguly has disclosed that Rahul Dravid was aware of what Greg Chappell was up to during his stint as India coach, but he "could not control" the Australian.  Ganguly's comments came after excerpts from Sachin Tendulkar's autobiography, Playing it My Way, to be released worldwide on November 6, ...
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