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Gambhir to join squad as Indian team arrives in Kolkata
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Gautam Gambhir pays tribute to IDOL Bhagat Singh on the freedo...

New Delhi: Gautam Gambhir, who last featured for India in Whites during the 2014 England tour, has been recalled for the remaining two tests against New Zealand. Though the Delhi batsman, who wasn't named in the pre-series squad (a decision that ... ZeeNews.com, 10 hours ago
Gambhir nervous like novice after recall Oman Tribune, 4 hours ago
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R Ashwin becomes No.2 bowler in Tests

Ashwin's match haul of 10 for 225, that helped India notch a 197-run victory in the first Test, saw him overtake England's James Anderson by one point. Dubai: Courtesy his 10-wicket haul in the Kanpur Test against New Zealand, India off-spinner ...
 Mumbai Mirror5 hours ago RAshwin becomes No 2 bowler in Tests  Pune Mirror6 hours ago R Ashwin becomes No 2 bowler in Tests  AhmedabadMirror.com7 hours ago

WATCH: At 430/9, India needed 24 runs to avoid follow on. What Kapil Dev did next will blow your mind!

In one of the Tests against England, in reply to a total of 653/4, Kapil and his men were wobbling at 430/9 as they needed another 24 runs to avoid follow on. Last Updated: Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 14:02 New Delhi: Former Indian cricketer Kapil Dev is ...
 Zee News13 hours ago
Indiatimes

Birmingham to receive £25.3m boost from ICC Champions Trophy

Edgbaston will be hosting four matches in the group stages matches England v Australia, India v Pakistan, Australia v New Zealand and Pakistan v South Africa as well as the 15 June second semi-final. Neil Snowball, chief executive of Edgbaston ...
 Business Quarter6 hours ago 14 Years Ago On This Day Virender Sehwags All-Round Show Catapulted India Into The ICC Champions Trophy Final  Indiatimes3 days ago This day, that year: When India were crowned inaugural ICC World T20 champions  Indian Express4 days ago Why India may PULL OUT of ICC Champions Trophy next year  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Gautam Gambhir recalled for rest of New Zealand Test series

Mumbai [India], Sept.27 (ANI): Indian opener Gautam Gambhir, who played his last Test match against England in 2014, has been recalled in the national squad for the remainder of the
 Calcutta News.Net1 day ago I won't be silent about killing of black men - Serena Williams  Mumbai News.Net3 hours ago Police Officer's Generosity, Gives Grieving Black Man a New Outlook  Mumbai News.Net3 hours ago Soroka Medical Center's Top Doctors: Prof. Aviv Goldbart  Mumbai News.Net3 hours ago
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Why Is It Becoming Impossible For Other Teams To Beat India At Home?

India have not lost a single Test match at home after the England series in 2012. BCCI December 9, 2012, was the last time Team India tasted defeat in Test cricket at home. That was the day when India not only lost the match but also the ...
 NDTV1 day ago
The Telegraph

Have to be sensible, says Anderson

James Anderson accepted he may have to sit out part of England's upcoming tours of Bangladesh and India. The pacer agreed that he might have to be on the sidelines if England selectors choose to rotate the squad during the upcoming tours. At the same time, ...
 The Telegraph5 days ago Anderson could be rested in India, Bangladesh Tests  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago England’s James Anderson says he could sit out of some Bangladesh, India Tests  First Post.com6 days ago Anderson could be rested in Bdesh, India Test series  Chandigarh Tribune6 days ago
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DNA

England`s 19 years old Haseeb Hameed in line for Bangladesh tour call

From Bangladesh, England head straight into a five-Test series in India with no warm-up matches ahead of the second leg of their tour programme.
 Zee News1 week ago Comeback man Gareth Batty admits to have studied Saeed Ajmal over the years  Sportskeeda.com1 week ago England picks teenager Haseeb Hameed as opener, Gareth Batty recalled after 11 years for Bangladesh tour  DNA1 week ago England call up three uncapped players in Test squad for Bangladesh tour  Prokerala1 week ago
India Today

India's iconic series wins: Historic England triumph, Sehwag mauls Sri Lanka

On the eve of India's 500th Test, we take you through some of their most iconic series triumphs across time and continents. (Reuters Photo) India's series victory against England, 2007 It was torrid times for Indian cricket following Guru ...
 India Today1 week ago
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Eoin Morgan expected to resume ODI captaincy in India, says England chief selector

Nottingham : England selection chief James Whitaker expects Eoin Morgan to lead the one-day side in India even though he has opted out of the upcoming tour of Bangladesh on security grounds. Morgan, England's one-day international captain, and ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago Morgan expected to captain in India  ESPN Cricinfo1 week ago Eoin Morgan will captain England ODI side in India says national selector James Whitaker  Sportskeeda.com1 week ago Morgan expected to lead England on India tour  Cricbuzz.com1 week ago
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