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Gayle could miss India encounter

Chris Gayle, who became only the fourth batsman to score an ODI double hundred in the match against Zimbabwe, remains doubtful for India match with a suspected back problem. The left-hander, though a big presence during West Indies' practice on Tuesday, ... Deccan Herald, 49 minutes ago
Gaylecould missIndia encounter Deccan Herald, 1 hour ago

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World Cup: Bhuvneshwar Kumar's fitness still a concern

Melbourne, Feb 18: The doubts over Bhuvneshwar Kumar's fitness continue to be a concern for the Indian team ahead of its second World Cup pool game against South Africa as the seamer looked far from convincing during a net session here today. Bhuvneshwar, who ...
 One India1 week ago World Cup: Shami declared fit, Bhuvneshwar still doubtful for Windies clash  First Post.com4 hours ago Ishant Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar Likely to Limp Out of World Cup  NDTV3 weeks ago Ishant in doubt for World Cup: Reports  Sahil Online4 weeks ago

UPDATE 1-India bond fall; budget raises doubts about pace of rate cuts

* 10-yr bond yield rises to its highest level in nearly 7 weeks Budget raises doubt over speed of anticipated interest rate cuts * Rating agencies also not upbeat about budget (Updates with details, quotes) By Swati Bhat MUMBAI, March 2 (Reuters) - Indian ...
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COAS warns India of befitting response on cease fire violations at LOC

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Raheel Sharif on Thursday categorically said to India that let there be no doubt that any provocation along LOC and Working Boundary will meet a befitting response. ISPR said. The Army chief said this while ...
 The News Tribe5 days ago HKD Shia blood-letting, all thanks to Saudi petrodollars, not yet having its effect!  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago Pak's audacity? Ahead of FS Jaishankar's visit, Pak Army Chief threatens India  Oneindia4 days ago Ahead of Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar's Visit, Pak Army Chief's Provocative Statement  NDTV4 days ago
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Flawed research method puts 30 per cent tiger rise in doubt

A team of scientists from the University of Oxford, Indian Statistical Institute, and Wildlife Conservation Society exposes, for the first time, inherent shortcomings in the 'index-calibration' method that means it can produce inaccurate results. ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago India's tiger census success story may be inaccurate, study says  Digital Journal5 days ago Inaccurate estimation behind India's increased Tiger count?  Deccan chronicle6 days ago Seriously? Monsanto's VP tweets 'Why do people doubt science?'  Sott.net3 days ago

Cricket World Cup 2015 India v/s UAE: India brush away UAE, win by 9 wickets

India have won this match easily. There was never supposed to be too much doubt about the result, but this victory has been clinical.
 DNA3 days ago World Cup 2015: India's bowlers hit their stride  Livemint.com6 days ago Ireland's wins make life tough for Pakistan and West Indies  Times of India5 days ago Cricket World Cup 2015: Packed Stadiums, Responsible Players Buoying MS Dhoni's Team India  NDTV3 days ago
Times of India

Chinese media highlights Modi's plans to visit China

arendra Modi's plans to visit the Communist nation in May, with commentaries asking China to dispel India's doubts about the ambitious Silk Road projects citing the influence it wields in South Asia. State-run newspapers - China Daily and Global Times - ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago India expresses concern over "manhandling" of Nasheed  The Hindu1 week ago Bromance with US can't be at the Cost of Ties with China  New Indian Express3 days ago Chinese media highlights Narendra Modi’s plans to visit China  Times of India4 weeks ago

South Africa chased like a team with self doubts

South Africa were the favourites against India but they played like they were the weaker team in the competition. Their conservative approach right from the start was unfathomable. Dale Steyn bowled with the new ball but every fourth ball of his ...
 Sify1 week ago Monday cover: India announce intent with Cricket World Cup win over South Africa  Abu Dhabi National1 week ago Polished India see off South Africa  AfricanSeer1 week ago World Cup: India Vs South Africa- Team batting second has maximum chances of win  Meri News1 week ago

India grappling with selection issues in Carlton tri-series; ominous signs ahead of 2015 World Cup

With two defeats in two matches against Australia and England respectively, there can be no doubt that India's World Cup preparation has gone awry.
 DNA1 month ago Bruised India move towards settled XI  MSN India2 weeks ago ODI tri-series: India look to re-ignite World Cup preparations  Jagran Post1 month ago Jadeja yet to fire  Mumbai Mirror4 days ago

Mahendra Singh Dhoni's India go two-up on the doubt machine

Provided by Firstpost By R Kaushik Within minutes of India quelling Pakistans feeble challenge in their World Cup opener in Adelaide more than a week back, a senior journalist asked Mahendra Singh Dhoni, in all seriousness, ...
 MSN Canada1 week ago Dhoni's India go two  First Post.com1 week ago India back in reckoning after dominant display  The Gulf Today6 days ago
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