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Bishen Bedi wants Ashwin in playing XI, says Binny's not an all-rounder
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Ashwin should be part of playing XI: Bedi

Impressed by India's brilliant showing at Lord's, spin legend Bishen Singh Bedi feels the only trick the team has missed so far in England is not playing Ravichandran Ashwin. "Ideally, Ashwin should have played in the both the games. Again it's ... Business Standard India, 8 hours ago
Leaving out Ashwin makes no sense: Bedi Deccan Herald, 1 hour ago

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32-member Indian team set to compete in Glasgow Commonwealth Games

The Athletics Federation of India (AFI) has announced 32-member Indian team for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow that will commence today. It has thus brought down the number to 32 from 41 selected originally. India's track and field squad, ...
 DNA India13 hours ago India's Asia Cup performance is a milestone, says coach  ProKerala.com7 hours ago Former Brazil defender attacked by fan  Prokerala2 days ago Indias Asia Cup performance is a milestone says coach  New Delhi News.Net3 hours ago

India vs England

Minutes after the MS Dhoni-led Team India defeated England by 95 runs to end their 28-year drought at Lord`s, former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen tweet saying `ghosts` had a role to play in
 ZeeNews.com9 hours ago Kevin Pietersen reckons `ghosts` had a role to play in England`s 95-run loss to India  Zee News2 days ago India beat England  BBC2 days ago
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Bob Willis takes potshots at English team

Former England captain Bob Willis took potshots at the England cricket team after it slid to a 95-run defeat to India at Lord's, calling them "happy hookers" for their meek surrender against short-pitched bowling and compared them with the ones who ...
 The Hindu1 day ago There are more happy hookers in this England line-up than there are at Soho, says Bob Willis  Indian Express1 day ago India vs England: Bob Willis compares England team to sex shops after Ishant Sharma triumph  Financial Express1 day ago More happy hookers in this English team than Soho: Willis  Business Standard1 day ago

Money not very good in ISL: Bhutia

MUMBAI: Former India football captain Bhaichung Bhutia is not particularly happy with the pay packages on offer in the much-awaited Indian Super League but insists that the event won't be detrimental to the sport either. "I am definitely not happy ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago Great opportunity for I-League clubs to tie up with ISL franchises Bhaichung Bhutia  Yahoo! India1 day ago Bhutia unhappy with ISL pay package  The Hindu1 day ago Money not very good but Indian Super League won't harm Indian football: Bhaichung Bhutia  Economic Times1 day ago
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Former cricketers praise Indian team for Lord's win

London, July 22: Cricketers from world over took to twitter on Monday (July 21) to heap praise on India for their first Test victory at Lord's in 28 years after they beat the hosts by 95 runs in the second Test here. "Horrific hour for Eng. India bullied & ...
 One India1 day ago The world hails victory  News Today1 day ago India vs England: MS Dhoni's historic win at Lord's hailed by cricketing world  Financial Express2 days ago India's historic win at Lord's after 28 years  The Freepress Journal2 days ago

Picking five bowlers is a positive move: Dravid

Former India captain Rahul Dravid termed Indian team management's decision to include five specialist bowlers as a positive move. "It is a very courageous move, a very positive move in my opinion," Dravid told reporters at the Laureus Academy ...
 Business Standard1 week ago India missing all-rounder like Kapil Dev: Rahul Dravid  One India6 days ago

Focus on grassroots to develop Indian football: Shabbir Ali

Former football captain Shabbir Ali feels the key to raising the game's profile in India and making the national team an Asian force lies in spreading it to the untapped areas of the country. Shabbir, who scored 35 international goals in his ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Team management has treated Ashwin like a wheelie bin: Crowe

Former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe has lashed out at the Indian team managements decision to drop Ravichandran Ashwin from the playing XI comparing the treatment meted out to the off-spinner to a wheelie bin dumped on the side of the road. "Someone ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Dravid to mentor Indian batsmen on Dhoni's request

Former captain Rahul Dravid will have a few sessions with India's batsmen ahead of the first Test against England, starting at Nottingham on July 9, although he hasn't been appointed in any capacity, Board of Control for Cricket in India secretary Sanjay Patel said on Sunday. It is learnt that skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and coach Duncan Fletcher approached the BCCI to have Dravid for a few interactive sessions with the young batsmen in the team and the batting legend readily agreed to it.
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Indian team gets Dravid's services  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Dravid to guide India in England  Sify3 weeks ago Dravid to mentor team for India's tour to England  Zee News3 weeks ago
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