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BCCI's Refusal to Accept DRS Hurts Team, Feels Players
New Indian Express

Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI

Harbhajan Singh feels that it's time that India accepted DRS in its current form as it would only help the team during close Test matches. NEW DELHI: With close decisions going against India of late, current and former cricketers feel it is high time the BCCI ... Economic Times, 7 hours ago
BCCI's Refusal to Accept DRS Hurts Team, Feels Players New Indian Express, 8 hours ago

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Constantine favourite for India job

Stephen Constantine has emerged as the front-runner to succeed Wim Koevermans as head coach of the Indian national team, as Goal reported earlier. However, the manager of Indian Super League (ISL) outfit NorthEast United FC, Ricki Herbert is still ...
 MSN News1 hour ago Constantine, Herbert high on AIFF's list for coach's job  Rediff.com1 hour ago Constantine, Herbert short-listed for football coach's job  Deccan Herald4 hours ago Success with Rwanda gives Stephen Constantine shot at India job  Indian Express12 hours ago

Batting approach in overseas tours has improved: Dhoni

smal run away from home continues, skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni says the Indian cricket team's approach to batting in overseas tours has "improved" in the last one year. A listless India capitulated to a four-wicket defeat in the second cricket Test against ...
 Business Standard2 hours ago India winless, Dhoni sees improvement in batting approach  Rediff.com1 hour ago

BCCI allows Indian players' wives to join them in Australia, keeps out girlfriends?

BCCI sources have told Zee Media that the board has allowed the wives of Indian cricketers to join the team in Australia. The decision was taking following India's defeat to Australia in the second Test at Brisbane. Earlier, the BCCI had banned girlfriends of ...
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Indian team whines about food, wickets after Test loss

(AFP) / 21 December 2014 While Mitchell Johnson triggered another Indian batting collapse which left the home side the task of chasing down 128 runs for victory on the fourth day, Australia's media focused on the ...
 Khaleej Times7 hours ago MS Dhoni backs young team to win away Tests very soon  Cricbuzz.com7 hours ago 2nd Test: India left lamenting as Australia win by four wickets  The Express Tribune3 hours ago India captain Dhoni says wins will come in due course  Sydney Morning Herald3 hours ago

Chappell criticises India after practice pitches complaints

r issued a team statement that said "Indian team has been asking for the fresh net practice wickets several times for last two days which not been provided and instead of that, they have asked to practice on worn out wickets which has uneven bounce". But to ...
 Business Standard22 hours ago Burns excited to team up with Boof again  Yahoo! News South Africa6 hours ago Australia call up uncapped Burns for Boxing Day Test  Rediff.com8 hours ago India grumble about Gabba nets, Dhoni blasts umpiring  DAWN Group11 hours ago

'Numbers don't lie': Australian media report pokes at Dhoni's Team India over away defeats

Beaten India were distracted by their gripes over the state of practice wickets and food as they reached their breaking point on their Australian tour, local media said. MS Dhoni's tourists fell 2-0 behind in the four-match series with a four-wicket loss to ...
 Sify6 hours ago India have been excessive and distracted  MSN News7 hours ago Whingeing India blasted by Aussie media  Gulf News9 hours ago In trying to match Australia's machismo, India have been excessive and distracted  Firstpost.com11 hours ago
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Non-veg diet angers India

Barely two weeks after mutually sharing the grief of Phillip Hughes's death, India team's relations with Cricket Australia are turning sour as pacer Ishant Sharma left the Gabba at lunch on the third day, after finding that there was no vegetarian ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star19 hours ago India doomed by magic Johnson spell  Oman Tribune9 hours ago India Left to Lament Lapses in Brisbane as Australia Tighten Grip on Series  Austin American Statesman1 day ago Latest Updates: Australia lose 1st wicket vs Ind; 2nd Test, Day 4  IndiaTV News1 day ago
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Australia make two changes to team for second test against India

Australia have named their side for the second test against India, with Ryan Harris and Peter Siddle replaced by Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc. Harris has a quadriceps injury, while Siddle has been dropped. New captain Steve Smith said the ...
 Dominion Post5 days ago Team Australia must ditch horrible bosses  Perth Now2 days ago Hazlewood and Starc in team for second Test  Oman Tribune4 days ago India fume against "poor" facilities  The Statesman18 hours ago

Kolkata deluges in ecstasy as Atletico lift maiden ISL crown

Kolkata celebrates their team becoming the first ever champion of the Indian Super League
 Sportskeeda.com21 hours ago ISL will maintain September-December window: All India Football Federation  DNA India3 hours ago ISL gives Indian football a re-launch pad  Deccan Herald4 hours ago It was beautiful to win the final in last minute: Podany  Deccan Herald5 hours ago
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