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India slips to second spot in ICC ODI ranking
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India slip to fifth position in latest ICC Test team rankings

21 Oct 2014 India has slipped to fifth position behind South Africa, Australia, England and Sri Lanka in the latest ICC Test team rankings. None of the much hyped Indian batsmen or the bowlers have been able to find a place in top ten. News on Air, 10 hours ago
India slips to second spot in ICC ODI ranking IndiaTV News, 1 week ago

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Hulkenberg to stay with Force India till 2015

Silverstone (England), Oct 20 (IANS) Formula One team Force India confirmed Monday that they have extended their contract with German driver Nico Hulkenberg till the 2015 season.
 News Chennai Online23 hours ago
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Why Kapil Dev's 175 against Zimbabwe …

Kapil Dev played perhaps India's best ODI innings ever India played their first ever one day International versus England at Leeds on July 13th 1974. Although they lost the match by 4 wickets, they put up a formidable 265 all out in 53.5 overs ...
 Yahoo! India6 days ago Dhoni's men won't buckle under pressure at World Cup, says Ganguly  Rediff.com2 days ago India, West Indies ODI: Sunny morning at Dharamsala  Jagran Post4 days ago Cricket: India will face stiff challenge Down Under: Watson  Times of Oman6 days ago
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Mahendra Singh Dhoni Must Stay Captain Till 2015 World Cup: Sourav Ganguly

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, whose captaincy was under scrutiny when India lost the Test series in England, remains indispensable as skipper, feels Sourav Ganguly. Reported by: Indo-Asian News Service Last updated on Wednesday, 15 October, 2014 17:00 IST
 NDTV5 days ago Dhoni should remain India captain till World Cup 2015: Ganguly  ThatsCricket6 days ago India can defend World Cup: Ganguly  Sify6 days ago India are favourites to retain World Cup: Ganguly  Oman Tribune6 days ago
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Shami leads bowling charge to help India level ODI series 1-1

Communique of IMF steering committee Reuters - 6 minutes ago Pietersen book tarnishes England era, says Cook Reuters - 12 minutes ago Third car bomb in Baghdad on Saturday night kills 15 Reuters - 15 minutes ago Alonso says no big risk of him ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 week ago KP's book tarnishes England  New Age Bangladesh1 week ago COMMENT: We must STOP this Pietersen backbiting before it tarnishes England cricket  Scottish Daily Express1 week ago England 'tarnished' by Pietersen: Cook  ENCA1 week ago
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With Virat Kohli back in form, Indian batting line gets much need boost

Finally, the linchpin of India batting lineup, Virat Kohli, is back after a slump in form during the entire England tour. A fifty followed by a magnificent ton against West Indies is a proof that the Indian batting maestro, who has been consistent in all ...
 Zee News3 days ago I am feeling confident, says Kohli  Deccan Herald4 days ago Sachin Tendulkar Comes to Virat Kohli's Rescue  NDTV1 month ago Virat Kohli training under Sachin Tendulkar to sort out his off-stump technique in Mumbai  Sportskeeda.com1 month ago
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Lack of IPL hurting England in shorter formats, says Wasim Akram

Not playing the Indian Premier League is the reason behind England's struggles in the shorter formats, former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram said, a day after England great Ian Botham called for the rich Twenty20 competition to be scrapped. England were thumped ...
 DNA1 month ago Full Coverage: Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen sets off new controversy, invites criticism and support  DNA1 week ago Kevin Pietersen believes ECB chairman's possible resignation may help him earn England recall  DNA1 week ago Strauss says England hurt by KP's 'bullying culture' row  NewKerala.com1 week ago
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Pietersen salutes 'genuine guru' Dravid in autobiography

Press Trust of India | London October 12, 2014 Last Updated at 13:50 IST Maverick England batsman Kevin Pietersen struggled to get along with coaches of his own team most of his playing career and his quest for a "genuine guru" ended in faraway India where, ...
 Business Standard1 week ago 'Genuine guru' Dravid helped me improve my game: Pietersen  One India1 week ago Kevin is grateful to 'guru' Dravid  The Telegraph1 week ago Kevin Pietersen salutes 'genuine guru' Rahul Dravid in autobiography  Zee News1 week ago
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England failures part of learning curve - Dhawan

India opener Shikhar Dhawan has said his "failures" in England were part of a "learning experience" and would help him become a better batsman
 ESPN Cricinfo1 week ago England failures may help me play 50 good knocks: Dhawan  The Hindu6 days ago Shikhar Dhawan Comments on India's Bowling Struggles  Austin American Statesman1 week ago Shikhar Dhawan: I learnt a lot from the England tour  Cricbuzz.com1 week ago
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19 Indians for World billiards

India will be fielding 17 men and two women in the World Billiards championships to be held in Leeds, England, from Oct 20 to 29, according to a Billiards and Snooker Federation of India press release here Thursday. The squad: Men: Balachandra Bhaskar, Sourav ...
 Sify5 days ago
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