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PHOTOS: Indian,West Indies players chill out ahead of crucial tie

PHOTOS: Indian,West Indies players chill out ahead of crucial tie

Indian players Dhawal Kulkarni, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane are spotted outside the Nobu Perth restaurant in Perth. Photograph: Vipin Pawar/Solaris Images After comprehensively beating United Arab Emirates on Saturday, members of Team India decided to take the day off from hectic training session and enjoy the day out in the streets of Perth.  Before the crucial match against West Indies on Friday, Virat Kohli & Co. were spotted outside Nobu Perth restaurant. Nobu Perth is a ..., 1 day ago

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World Cup 2015: Struggling MS Dhoni seeks Ravi Shastri's help

MS Dhoni was seen practising the pull-shots as the likes of Dhawal Kulkarni, Mohammed Shami and even Bhuvneshwar Kumar peppered him with short of length deliveries. (Source: File) An overwhelming win over Pakistan may have brought a lot of cheer to ...
 Indian Express1 week ago World Cup 2015: M S Dhoni's pulls a fast one  Financial Express3 days ago Dhoni gets batting advice from Ravi Shastri  MSN News1 week ago ICC World Cup: Seeking runs, Dhoni gets batting advice from Ravi Shast  IBNLive India News1 week ago

Kulkarni is India's 16th man

Dhawal Kulkarni is the 16th member of India's World Cup squad. Unofficial that is. The Mumbai pacer has been asked to stay put in Australia through the World Cup. He will travel and train with the team but not play. At the unveiling of the team at ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 weeks ago India make inclusive gesture to 'reserve' Kulkarni  Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago India Ask Dhawal Kulkarni to Stay Back as Bhuvneshwar Kumar's Back Up  NDTV2 weeks ago Dhawal Kulkarni to stay in Australia as cover for Bhuvneshwar Kumar  Sportskeeda.com2 weeks ago

Cricket World Cup 2015:Bhuvneshwar Kumar's fitness still under the cloud

With Dhawal Kulkarni being kept as an additional member of the side, it seems that Bhuvneshwar's gingerly demeanour has kept the team management worried. MELBOURNE: The doubts over Bhuvneshwar Kumar's fitness continue to be a concern for the Indian cricket ...
 Economic Times1 week ago India return to practice; Kulkarni has a long net session  Sify2 weeks ago Dhawal Kulkarani, Mohit Sharma can barnstorm into 2015 World Cup squad, says skipper MS Dhoni  DNA1 month ago Mohit, Kulkarni could make it to World Cup squad: Dhoni  Oneindia1 month ago
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Mohit, Kulkarni to stay back as stand by for WC

Mohit Sharma, Dhawal Kulkarni to stay back as stand by for World Cup: reports The end of tri-series doesn't necessarily mean that it is the end of worries for Mahendra Singh Dhoni as India battling with injuries are struggling ...
 MSN News4 weeks ago Injury scare plagues India; Mohit Sharma, Dhawal Kulkarni to stay back  DNA4 weeks ago
India Today

India hold back Mohit and Dhawal for World Cup camp

The Indian team management has been told by BCCI to hold back pacers Mohit Sharma and Dhawal Kulkarni as back-ups for few players fighting niggles and injuries. After a poor tri-series tournament, India will be starting their World Cup conditioning ...
 India Today4 weeks ago India to include Mohit, Dhawal in World Cup squad?  ABP Live1 month ago
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World Cup 2015: Mohit Sharma, Dhawal Kulkarni to stay back as stand by

The BCCI have asked both the players, Mohit and Dhawal Kulkarni to be included in the World Cup preparatory camp starting on Tuesday in Adelaide and the duo will be there till further notice. (Getty Images) The end of tri-series doesn't necessarily mean that ...
 IBN Live4 weeks ago Mohit Sharma, Dhawal Kulkarni to stay back as stand-by for World Cup: reports  IBN Live4 weeks ago
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Dhawal flying to Australia as cover for injured Bhuvneshwar

ust of India | Mumbai December 11, 2014 Last Updated at 17:45 IST Mumbai pace spearhead Dhawal Kulkarni is being sent to Australia on an urgent basis as replacement for injured Indian seamer Bhuvaneshwar Kumar, according to Cricket Board secretary Sanjay ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Indian squad for 2015 ICC World Cup  Jagran Post1 month ago Dhawal Kulkarni flying to Australia as cover for injured Bhuvneshwar Kumar  One India2 months ago Dhawal Flying to Australia to Cover for Injured Bhuvneshwar  Outlook2 months ago

Mumbai pull out Australia-bound Kulkarni from Ranji team

Mumbai will be without the services of Dhawal Kulkarni when they take on Railways in their second Ranji Trophy cricket league match from December 14-17 as the medium-pacer has been called in as cover for injured Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the India squad ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Ranji Trophy 2015: Mumbai's road to redemption  The Hindu2 weeks ago Mumbai sneak into Ranji Trophy quarters  Times of India2 weeks ago From J&K shock to Ranji Trophy quarters! Mumbai's narrow escape  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Pacer Dhawal Kulkarni part of 'Indian team management'

Prev By Ashwin Ferro | Posted 4 hours Perth: The Indian team have found a unique way of fitting stand-by pacer Dhawal Kulkarni into their scheme of things here at the World Cup. According to the International Cricket Council's regulations only ...
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