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ICC chief Abbas wants BCCI to consider Pak players for IPL
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ICC chief Abbas wants BCCI to consider Pak players for IPL

IMAGE: India's captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni shakes hands with his Pakistan counterpart Shahid Afridi at the end of a match. Photograph: Solaris Images International Cricket Council President Zaheer Abbas has said that he would ask the BCCI top brass to consider having Pakistani players back in the Indian Premier League when he comes to India to watch the summit clash of the lucrative league in Bangalore on Sunday. Abbas told the media in Lahore that if Pakistani players were included in the ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago
India announces squad for Zim series ENCA, 15 hours ago
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Let Kohli grow as a captain: Sunny

Should Mahendra Singh Dhoni remain India's limited overs captain, or should Virat Kohli, the current Test captain, be handed over captaincy of all the three formats? The debate has been going on for some time and it has thrown up different opinions always.
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago IPL: Kohli smashes Dhoni's captaincy record  DNA1 week ago Sourav Ganguly Says Why Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli Earn Big Bucks  NDTV3 hours ago Kohli should not be rushed as captain in all formats: Sunny  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Has Mahendra Singh Dhoni lost his magic?

In this Indian Premier League season, the most successful and feared captain has been a disaster Sometimes, all is not well even if it ends well. On 21 May, Mahendra Singh Dhoni brought his A game to the field against Kings XI Punjab in the Indian ...
 Livemint.com11 hours ago

Mental strength behind success of the hinterland

CHENNAI: IT was 2006. MS Dhoni was still to become India captain. Other than the mane and nonchalant aggression in batting, he had also drawn attention for becoming the first cricketer from Jharkhand to represent India. Talking to this reporter, he ...
 New Indian Express9 hours ago
Pakistan Observer

Zimbabwe skipper Hamilton Masakadza still thinks India are a strong side

Mumbai: Under the leadership of experienced Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Zimbabwe-bound Indian team has number of new faces, however, it is still a strong team, believes Hamilton Masakadza, the captain of the Zimbabwean team. Read: Virat Kohli rested ...
 Deccan Chronicle21 hours ago Seniors will be missed, but still a very strong Indian side: Zimbabwe captain  Pakistan Observer1 day ago
Times of India

Kareena Kapoor Khan lends her staff to Kiara Advani

Kiara Advani, who is playing Sakshi Dhoni in a biopic being made on one of India's most favourite cricketers, M S Dhoni has apparently 'borrowed' Kareena Kapoor Khan's hairdressing and make-up staff for the schedule of her new film with Abbas ...
 Times of India13 hours ago
MSN News US

Zimbabwe tour: A double-edged sword for Indians

MS Dhoni (Captain), KL Rahul, Faiz Fazal, Manish Pandey, Karun Nair, Ambati Rayudu, Rishi Dhawan, Axar Patel, Jayant Yadav, Dhawal Kulkarni, Jasprit Bumrah, Barinder Sran, Mandeep Singh, Kedar Jadhav, Jaydev Unadkat, Yuzvendra Chahal.
 MSN India1 day ago MS Dhoni, the odd man out in team of five newfaces  Yahoo! India2 days ago
Sportskeeda.com

Dhoni set for India's Zimbabwe tour, but not on merit

Some of the choices made by the Indian selectors on Monday were perplexing. The squad for Zimbabwe has many youngsters, who have done well in the IPL. However, the lone senior member and skipper MS Dhoni does not seem to have been assessed on ...
 Hindustan Times2 days ago Kohli to sit out Zim tour  Bangladesh Daily Star2 days ago 5 wicket-keepers who could replace MS Dhoni on Zimbabwe tour  Sportskeeda.com3 days ago BCCI leave it to MS Dhoni to take a call on his availability for India's tour of Zimbabwe  International Business Times India6 days ago
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Weekly Voice

Dhoni to lead Indian ODI squad for Zimbabwe Tour, Raina overlooked

MUMBAI: Star batsman Suresh Raina found himself out of the Indian cricket selectors' radar as he failed to find a place in the team for the limited overs tour to Zimbabwe as well as the Test side against the West Indies next month. The BCCI ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago Uncapped Thakur in Indian Test team, Raina ignored  Khaleej Times2 days ago Suresh Raina dropped, Faiz Faisal picked for Zimbabwe tour; Shardul Thakur gets maiden Test call-up for WI series  ZeeNews.com2 days ago Despite IPL heroics Suresh Raina has no place in the Indian cricket team  Weekly Voice2 days ago
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NDTV

Yuzvendra Chahal, The New 'Rook'ie in MS Dhoni's Indian Team

Yuzvendra Chahal has been included in the Indian squad for the upcoming series against Zimbabwe. BCCI Highlights Yuzvendra Chahal is currently the leading wicket-taker in the 2016 Indian Premier League. With 19 wickets in 11 games at an ...
 NDTV2 days ago MS Dhoni to lead on Zimbabwe tour; Faiz Faizal, Yuzvender Chahal, Jayant Yadav surprisepicks  Yahoo! India2 days ago Dhoni to lead team in Zimbabwe ODIs, T20Is, Virat rested  MSN India2 days ago Fazal, Yadav in Indian team for Zimbabwe ODIs  News Today2 days ago
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