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Cyclones, ice packs & popularity of Yuvi
Calcutta Telegraph

Cyclones, ice packs & popularity of Yuvi

Yuvraj Singh Melbourne: With cyclones hitting different parts of Australia, Friday's biggest news had linttle to do with cricket. Not that eye-catching stuff didn't happen on the field. In Wellington, for example, New Zealand captain ... Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago

Cricket vies for attention as Aussie rugby battles drugs scandals

India's Shikhar Dhawan celebrates scoring a century during the 2015 Cricket World … Australia's Greg Bird scores a try during the 2013 Rugby League World Cup group … The planet's best cricketers may be in Australia for the World Cup, but the ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago India vs Australia: Road to Cricket World Cup 2015 Semi-Final  NDTV1 week ago vies for attention as Aussie rugby battles drugs scandals  Capital Bay1 month ago

Pacific cyclone hits Vanuatu, at least eight dead

AReduce font size AIncrease font size AReduce font size AIncrease font size URL copied to clipboard ApnaCircle My Saved articles RELATED SYDNEY One of the Pacific Ocean's most powerful ever storms devastated the island nation of ...
 Pune Mirror2 weeks ago


NO QUARTER ASKED, NO QUARTER GIVEN Wednesday, 18 March 2015 | MEENAKSHI RAO The journey to the knockout stages of the 2015 World Cup has been long but eventful. In the 41 matches played thus far, 35 centuries were scored, four in a row on ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Boys and the bowling coach have done the talking: Ravi

Mohammed Shami Melbourne: "We've done what no Indian team did in the past - bowl out the opposition in six matches on the trot. That says everything, I don't have to add a word. The boys and the bowling coach (Bharat Arun) have done the talking ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Team India aiming to make it six out of six

Ravi Shastri and Mahendra Singh Dhoni,in Auckland, on Friday Auckland: Had Auckland been Ahmedabad, Saturday would have been different. The other facts could have stayed the same: it could still have been the World Cup; it could still have been ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

This one is for real-time practice

| Meenakshi Rao India is all sorted out and would be going into its last match of the league stage against Zimbabwe, a team which is already out of the tournament, only to keep up what skipper MS Dhoni termed as the forward shift we have got, ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
IBNLive India News

ICC World Cup, Week 2: Gayle, De Villiers steal the thunder

Not that the World Cup was bereft of runs in week one, but Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers chose to write 'BOWLERS BEWARE' in all caps and bold. While West Indies provided the Cup its first ever double centurion, South Africa got over the 'choking' ...
 IBNLive India News1 month ago

India must get their calculations r …

On the eve of their key World Cup match against South Africa, India have to look at the results of Saturday's two matches in planning out their strategy carefully to get their calculations right. Pakistan, whom India beat in their tournament ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

WC's under weather moment

of storms hit the ICC Cricket World Cup this Friday. First, one Mr Brendon McCullum ripped apart the English bowlers to score the World Cup's fastest half ton in 18 balls and wind up the match, in New Zealand's favour, in just 12.2 overs! Next ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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