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'Sachin: A Billion Dreams' wins awards at Tehran Int FICTS Fest

"Sachin: A Billion Dreams", a biopic on cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar has won two awards at the recently concluded 11th Tehran International FICTS Festival 2018. Helmer James Erskine won the trophy for the Best Director of a Long Documentary and an honorary ... Deccan Herald, 4 weeks ago
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Gujarat: Campaign ends for first phase; Saurashtra, Kutch crucial

A vituperative campaign for the first phase of the crucial Gujarat assembly polls that saw emotive issues of religion and caste competing with that of development as the main rivals, Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress, launched no-holds-barred attacks on each other ended on Thursday evening. The sparring between the two parties while canvassing for the polls, dubbed as a prestige battle for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a litmus test for the leadership of soon-to-be Congress chief Rahul ...
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No.10 jersey in Indian cricket could be thing of past

The No.10 jersey that Sachin Tendulkar made his own may not be seen on an Indian player in the near future with the BCCI claiming that cricketers are unwilling to don it out of respect for the icon despite the absence of any plan to formally retire it.
 Deccan Herald2 months ago BCCI to retire Tendulkar's No 10 jersey?  Rediff.com2 months ago
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WATCH | Ashes: Steve Smith reveals what prompted his stirring celebration after Gabba ton

A helmet torn off, arms aloft, a kiss of the Australian crest and fist pounding chest. So was the emotional celebration of Steve Smith as he completed one of his finest test centuries in the series-opening Ashes test in Brisbane on Saturday. With Australia ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Blind Cricket World Cup: After lifting the trophy, emotional Indian team waiting for recognition in nation

Indian players have returned home after winning the Blind World Cup 2018. On Tuesday, all the players reached the Central Park of Connaught Place with the winning trophy and the Indian flag. There was a change in the weather and lightning was also happening.
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

Veteran scorer Nagaraj calls it a day

S K Nagaraj, the affable scorer who drew enormous respect across Karnataka, on Friday bid goodbye to his profession which he did with pride and passion. "Its been a very long journey but a very fulfilling one," said an emotional 59-year-old Nagaraj after ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago

Indian Startups: What’s the definition (in 2018)?

If you had asked me in 2010, it was simple. A desi company solving desi problem (or launching global products). This is 2018 and here we are : Almost all well funded Indian startups are owned by either Chinese, Japanese or US funds. A bit confused too e.g.
 Pluggd in5 days ago
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'Kohli will eventually calm down like Viv did'

Virat Kohli can come across as intimidating but he is still learning and would become calmer as he grows on the job, feels West Indies pace legend Michael Holding, who finds an uncanny similarity between the Indian skipper and Sir Vivian Richards. "At the ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Like Viv Richards, Kohli will learn to calm down: Holding  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Why India loves Rahul Dravid

Fondly called The Wall, India's former captain's birthday needs to be celebrated for more reasons than one. Rahul Dravid shares a light moment with Jacqueline Fernandez during a promotional event in Mumbai.Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com   Rahul Dravid is not the God of Indian cricket. But there was always something magical about this cricketer that appealed to his fans and colleagues. He was fondly called The Wall for his ability to defend the game and fight for his team. Be ...
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VIDEO: Manjrekar opens up about his frosty relationship with Tendulkar

'I am a fan of Imran Khan. I would have loved to play under him.' IMAGE: Former Indian captain Dilip Vengsarkar, left, with former cricketer and author Sanjay Manjrekar during a book launch in Mumbai on Wednesday. Photograph: PTI Photo The strongest emotion he had felt in the company of his father Vijay, also a cricketer who played for nearly a decade for India, was fear, said former Test player Sanjay Manjrekar at the launch of his autobiography Imperfect in Mumbai on Wednesday.   ...
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