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'This World Cup will be a lot more competitive and important'
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'This World Cup will be a lot more competitive and important'

Indian players Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Virat Kohli and Bhuvneshwar Kumar wait for a decision. Photograph: Getty Images Sachin Tendulkar believes the upcoming 50-over World Cup will be different from its past editions because of changes in rules and the advent of Twenty20 cricket. "Obviously 2015 World Cup will be a little different. It is going to be a lot more competitive and important. The rules having changed, and with 20 -20 changing the norm in ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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'Retirement from Test cricket won't affect Brand Dhoni'

Mahendra Singh Dhoni's brand value worth millions of dollars will undergo a change after his retirement from Tests but it is unlikely that the poster boy from Ranchi will go downhill in the world of endorsements, ad-gurus Prasoon Joshi and Prahlad Kakkar said on Tuesday. - What are your favourite memories of Dhoni in Tests? Tell us!"Dhoni has reached a stage where retirement from Tests should not affect his brand value. A brand goes through ups and downs, a brand also has a life cycle. He would ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Vote for the hottest celeb on the runway!

Lakme Fashion Week that drew to a close over the weekend saw dozens of celebrities walking the ramp for their designer friends. Which, obviously, begs the question: Who's the hottest of them all? Let the games begin! Nargis Fakhri Nargis Fakhri walked for Suneet Verma. And quite simply knocked our socks off! :-) Photograph courtesy: Lakme Fashion Week Dia Mirza On the other end of the spectrum was a very, very de-glam Dia Mirza who walked for Anavila Misra. Does your heart beat for the ...
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'US court summons to Bachchan served on his Hollywood agent'

The summons issued to Amitabh Bachchan by a federal court in Los Angeles in an alleged human rights violations case has been served on the superstar's Hollywood manager on Monday, according to a Sikh rights body. New York-based Sikh for Justice (SFJ) had filed a lawsuit against Bachchan claiming that he had instigated violence against the Sikh community by raising "blood for blood" slogans in 1984. The movie star has denied such allegations. Bachchan's manager in ...
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I have been blessed to win on the big stage very often: Paes

'What makes it special with Martina Hingis is that every day you are learning, just like with Navratilova every day I was learning' '2015 has already started and the first month has already been better than the whole year of 2014' Leander Paes talks to Harish Kotian/Rediff.com about his recent Australian Open mixed doubles triumph that saw him complete a 'Martina double' and the special bond he shares with his former Grand Slam-winning partner, Navratilova. Leander Paes and Martina Hingis ...
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VVS says Kohli must bat at No 3; Dravid wants flexibility. What's your take?

'No 3 batsmen are very crucial in the way the team sets up a total. Virat Kohli should bat at one down,' V V S Laxman tells Harish Kotian/Rediff.com Image: Virat Kohli walks out to bat during the One Day International game against Australia in Sydney. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images With their bowlers struggling to check the flow of runs, many believe India's hopes of successfully defending its World Cup crown rests solely on the shoulders of their young and talented batsmen, the key ...
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Team India needs Kohli at No 4, says Viv Richards

‘No 4 is quite a good position for any good batsman’ ‘In Australia and New Zealand you can lose wickets quickly and with Virat at three, he might be vulnerable’ Virat Kohli during a training session in Adelaide. Photograph: Morne de Klerk/Getty Images Virat Kohli's form may have taken a hit since dropping to number four in the batting order, but West Indian legend Sir Viv Richards feels the marauding cricketer should continue in the position if that is what ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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