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Paes, Sania skip Asian Games to revive rankings
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Paes, Sania skip Asian Games to revive rankings

Leander Paes and Sania Mirza. Photograph: Harish Kotian/Rediff.com India will field a second-string tennis contingent in this month's Asian Games after allowing frontline players, including Leander Paes and Sania Mirza, to play on the professional tours instead to revive their rankings. India's top singles player Somdev Devvarman has already announced he will not defend the singles and men's doubles gold medals he won four years ago in Guangzhou, China, citing the same reason. "Special ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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India's report card: Kohli 1/10, Pujara 2/10; Bhuvneshwar 7/10

At the conclusion of the Test series against England, Harish Kotian assesses the Indian players’ showing. India’s batting disappointed yet again as they were humiliated by an innings and 244 runs by England in the fifth and final Test at the Oval, in London, on Sunday. The visitors, who won the second Test at Lord’s, were comprehensively outplayed in the next three and lost the series 1-3. Things took a turn for the worse for India from the third Test, in Southampton, in which ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Analysis: Pujara, Kohli's poor batting hurting India most  Rediff.com1 month ago SPECIAL: The architects of India's historic win at Lord's  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Fletcher should have been sacked!

Instead of sidelining coach Duncan Fletcher, the BCCI, says Harish Kotian/Rediff.com, should have dismissed him. With the Board of Control for Cricket in India making some changes in the coaching structure for the Indian team following the debacle in England, the countdown for Duncan Fletcher's exit may have begun. Though he continues to be the head coach, a BCCI statement on Tuesday named Ravi Shastri as team director for the ODI series in England. Shastri 'will be the overall in-charge of ...
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10 years on... Ace marksman Rathore on Olympics glory and life after

In a freewheeling interview with Rediff. com's Harish Kotian, Olympic medallist Rajyavardhan
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Raina worked on leaving short balls before going to England, reveals Amre

Suresh Raina hits a six. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images Mumbai Ranji Trophy coach Pravin Amre tells Harish Kotian how Suresh Raina prepared for the ODI series in England.It was no long ago that Suresh Raina was dropped from India’s One-Day International team after a string of poor scores. But the left-hander returned with a bang, scoring an entertaining 100 from 75 balls, to set up India’s 133-run victory over England in the second match in Cardiff, on Wednesday.The ...
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Will Pawar dash Srinivasan's hopes of comeback in BCCI?

Former Board of Control for Cricket in India chief Sharad Pawar could make a sensational return as president. There is talk that the Maharashtra politician could emerge an unlikely candidate to take on the suspended Narayanaswami Srinivasan. Aditya Verma, president of the defunct Cricket Association of Bihar, believes Pawar is the right man to lead Indian cricket out the current mess it is in. “I believe Sharad Pawar is ready to take charge of the BCCI. I feel he is the right man to bring ...
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Billawa Jagruthi Balaga holds Nrithya Vaibhava programme

News and pics: Rons Bantwal Daijiworld Media Network Mumbai (EP) Mumbai, Sep 19: "Billawa Samaja which has spread throughout the world is involved in several activities. It is a matter of pride that our youth has indulged in several types of ...
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160th birth anniversary of Brahmashree Sri Narayana Guru celebrated

News and pics: Rons Bantwal Daijiworld Media Network Mumbai (EP) Mumbai, Sep 19: 160th birth anniversary of Brahmashree Sri Narayanaguru was celebrated at Billawa Bhavan in the Head office of Billawara Association recently. Honorary president of ...
 Daijiworldcom13 hours ago Billawar Association celebrates Guru Narayana Jayanti  Daijiworldcom4 days ago Mumbai: Billawa Jagriti Balaga Celebrates 160th Birth Anniversary of Narayana Guru  Mangalorean4 days ago Billava Association Borivali celebrates 'Aatidongi Koota'  Daijiworldcom1 month ago
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One-Day cricket is seriously struggling, says Dravid

Rahuld Dravid speaks at the Dilip Sardesai memorial lecture. Photograph: Reuben NV/Rediff.com With the demands of the game growing everyday, former India skipper Rahul Dravid urged the administrators to cut down on the number of ODI matches to save the format from extinction. Harish Kotian reports...   Former India captain Rahul Dravid, on Friday, urged cricket administrators to rethink their plans for One-day cricket to ensure longevity of the format. He believes that the number of ...
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Muscat: Grand Satyanarayana puja held with devotion

Media Release Muscat, Sep 14: In commemoration of the 30th year of Shree Ganesh Festival celebrations in Muscat, the Festival Committee organized a Sarwajanika Satyanarayana Pooja and Yakshagana shows at Shree Krishna Temple Hall, Darseit here on ...
 Daijiworldcom5 days ago Oman: Shree Ganesh Festival Ends Splendily with Yakshagana and Satyanaraya Puja  Mangalorean1 week ago
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