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Tail of 2 teams
Mumbai Mirror

English tail wags to new world record!

Middle-order batsman Joe Root and tailender James Anderson struck a world record partnership for the last wicket as England took a slender lead to neutralise India's advantage in the opening Test. The duo shared a massive 198 runs between them to lift the ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
Tail of 2 teams Mumbai Mirror, 2 weeks ago

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The Hindu

Resilient Indian tail frustrates English bowlers

Bhuvneshwar and Shami blunted the host’s seam attack and found easy pickings from Moeen Ali. The last-wicket pair added 87 runs and ensured that India crossed the 400-mark.
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

England wasted too many chances: Swann

Retired off-spinner, Graeme Swann, feels the failure of the English bowlers to finish off India's tail on the first day turned out to be the turning point of the Lord's Test. India were struggling at 145/7 in the post-lunch session on Day 1 but were ...
 Cricbuzz.com1 week ago Team India: Consistent only in inconsistency  The Freepress Journal1 hour ago Moeen's six for helps England win against India in Southampton Test  Topnews.in7 hours ago India 323/8 in first innings at stumps  Assam Tribune2 days ago
Irish Independent

'Generation Childless' is on the rise in Ireland

When we were 16 and studying a piece of prose on mother-hood, our English teacher asked how many of us thought we would become mothers? When we were 16 and studying a piece of prose on mother-hood, our English teacher asked how many of us thought we ...
 Irish Independent1 day ago

Make it a day with the dinosaurs

Cape Town - Beware the swish of T-Rex's tail and steer clear of the snap of its teeth as you walk or run through the Days of the Dinosaur exhibition at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). The exhibition crew are hard at work, ...
 IOL3 days ago

Man Booker Prize 2014 longlist announced, includes British-Indian writer Neel Mukherjee

The Man Booker Prize, a prestigious prize given out each year to the best original novel written in English, announced its longlist today which included British-Indian writer Neel Mukherjee's book The Lives of Others. The plot revolves arounda ...
 DNA India1 week ago 4 American novelists on prestigious Booker Prize 2014 list  Examiner.com1 week ago Neel Mukherjee longlisted for Man Booker prize  Hindustan Times1 week ago
Cape Times

Good start for captain Amla, but...

It didn't take some smart-arse South African supporters long to latch onto the different moods of the English and South African captains following the conclusion of the Tests in Galle and London. There was Hashim Amla, in his first Test as a ...
 Cape Times1 week ago

A feast from nose to tail

Chef Rob Cunningham (left) hams it up with guest chef Yao Yang. [Photo provided to China Daily] Dumpling Delight There is a reason that the words "offal" and "awful" sound exactly alike in English, Ive always believed. My Shanghainese roommate ...
 CHINAdaily1 week ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

English bowlers take command despite fighting fifties from Dhoni, Rahane

England's bowlers had a brilliant day as they had India with their back against the wall at stumps though an unbeaten fifty from captain MS Dhoni made sure India finished the day at 323-8, 46 runs shy of a potential follow-on. Murali Vijay and ...
 The Sports Campus1 day ago Bhuvneshwar Kumar etches name on Lord's honours board  Indian Express1 week ago India vs England 2014: Lord's Test, Day 1 - LIVE SCORE  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago TAIL WAGS TO TAKE INDIA TO POSITION OF STRENGTH  Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 weeks ago

Is that so?

A tree sheds its leaves in autumn. A happy dog wags its tail. Note the possessive its. It does not have an apostrophe. The other possessive pronouns/adjectives in English are my, mine, your, yours, his/her, his/hers, our, ours, your, yours, their, ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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