An upcoming film on Mohammad Azharuddin promises to be a potboiler, though not a true biopic, says Shakya Mitra. In December 1984, Kapil Dev was dropped for the Kolkata Test against England because he had played a poor shot in the previous game at Delhi, which cost India the match. In the retribution that followed, batsman Sandeep Patil too was rested. In his place, it was decided to play a lanky 21 year old from Hyderabad. "Carpe Diem," the angels whispered in Mohammad Azharuddin's ears as he ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Wisden Cheteshwar Pujara is not a part of the Indian Premier League 2016, and is busy either playing corporate tournaments for Indian Oil, his employer, or spending time at his academy in Rajkot. In a freewheeling chat with Wisden India, he spoke ...MSN News US, 3 weeks ago Can't tell Sachin this is wrong MSN News US, 3 weeks ago
Cricket and money go together in India now as never before. We can call the game mocket or croney. Not that other sports, also viewed by hundreds from the stands and by millions on the screen, are austere. They are not, they too need money and are ...The Gulf Today, 1 month ago
The use, misuse and abuse of water in the Maharashtra IPL matter is not about water alone. It goes beyond even the issue of money and relates to our priorities as a nation Cricket and money go together in India now as never before. We can call ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
By Clayton Murzello | Posted 5 hours This month marks 40 years for a glorious India victory and a bloody battle against West Indies in 1976, but there's no felicitation in sight Last week, a text message to a fairly known figure in the Board ...Mid Day, 1 month ago
By Ashwin Ferro | Posted 2 hours Goswami, the former Indian footballer, who also played first-class cricket for Bengal and East Zone, reckons that MS Dhoni's men will triumph today in his hometown, if they are mentally stronger than arch-rivals ...Mid Day, 2 months ago
So India lost its first World Twenty20 game on Tuesday night.Maybe, we fielded the wrong team :)Haresh Pandya picks 11 India greats who never played the shortest format, but can take on any team in the World T20 championships. IMAGE: Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his teammates celebrate beating Pakistan in the ICC World T20 final at the Wanderers in Johannesburg, September 24, 2007. Photograph: Duif du Toit/Gallo Images/Getty Images Twenty20 cricket is a 21st century phenomenon. Like ODIs, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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