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Cheap to blame IPL for India's Test debacle in England: Pietersen
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Cheap to blame IPL for India's Test debacle in England: Pietersen

Retired English cricketer Kevin Pietersen says blaming the Indian Premier League for India’s shambolic performance in the recently-concluded five-Test series against England is a "cheap shot". India were twice beaten by an innings as England won the five-Test series 1-3. "It is a cheap shot to blame the IPL and portray the young Indian players as being uncaring about Test cricket," said Pietersen. "I know Virat Kohli will be hurting and I know how happy Murali Vijay was to score a century ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Happy being rejected in IPL, Alex Hales is all set to make his ODI debut

New Delhi: For the world’s no 3 best T20 batsman Alex Hales it is a blessing in disguise as he was rejected in the IPL auction earlier this year, but his sensational unbeaten innings of 116 against Sri Lanka in 2014 ICC World T20 made him the first ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago
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Preity Zinta files molestation case against Ness Wadia

Actor and part owner of IPL team Kings XI Punjab Preity Zinta has lodged a molestation case against the team’s other owner Ness Wadia with the Marine Drive police on Friday. The police confirmed Zinta had approached them and, based on her complaint, a ...
 DNA2 months ago Preity Zinta molestation case: Is Underworld trying to help Preity against Ness Wadia?  IndiaTV News2 months ago Ness threatened to wipe me out with his political connections, alleges Preity Zinta  IndiaTV News2 months ago Preity Zinta molestation case: Police may approach the witnesses  IndiaTV News2 months ago
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IPL fixing: Mudgal panel says won't travel to England to probe Indian players

The Justice Mudgal committee, appointed by the Supreme Court to investigate charges of betting and spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League last year, will not be travelling to England to investigate current Indian players as part of its probe, the Board of Control for Cricket in India said on Wednesday.BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry issued a statement quoting Vidushpat Singhania, secretary to the panel, clarifying that contrary to media reports the Mudgal committee members will not ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Supreme Court relieves Sunil Gavaskar of interim BCCI president post  Jagran Post1 month ago Spot-fixing scandal: Mudgal Committee to submit interim report in Supreme Court  Jagran Post4 days ago
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Stephen Fleming: 'A Dhoni under pressure is still your best option'

Former New Zealand captain and Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming offers his take on India’s Test debacle in England and suggests remedial measures to revive the team's fortunes. Harish Kotian reports. Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming says despite the debacle in the Test series in England India have to persist with Mahendra Singh Dhoni as captain because there is no one ready to replace him. "It is fine captaining an IPL side, but there are a lot of questions to be asked.
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Was Shashi Tharoor- Mehar Tarar planned marriage reason for Sunanda's death?

New Delhi : Former Union Minister and MP Shashi Tharoor’s wife’s mysterious death has once again come into the limelight after a shocking revelation of the severed ties between the couple and Tharoor’s alleged affair with Pakistani ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago
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Did Sreesanth walk out of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa?

After his alleged involvement in Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing, cricketer Sreesanth put on his dancing shoes to rock the dance floors of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7. His first performance was well received by judges Madhuri Dixit, Remo D'Souza and Karan Johar.  Later, he performed even when he injured his shoulders and hand during the dance rehearsals. Unfortunately, he did not get enough audience votes for his latest performance.  "Sreesanth was upset due to a change of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Shah Rukh Khan follows Big B, crosses 8 million mark on Twitter

Mumbai : Bollywood ‘badshah’ Shah Rukh Khan’s family on microblogging site Twitter Tuesday crossed a staggering mark of eight million. Now, the "Chennai Express" star, who was recently named the second richest actor in the world, is second ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago Shah Rukh Khan shows love for son on Twitter (see pics)  IndiaTV News2 months ago

IPL 2014 Auction Price vs Performance Analysis

  Now that IPL 2014 is over, our data journalists take a look at who the VFM batsmen and bowlers were in the tournament. IPL Auction Price compared with Batsmen's performance Robin Uthappa proved to be a big hit in the seventh season of the Indian Premier League as he played a stellar role in Kolkata Knight Riders' title win. He was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 5 crore and he proved to be worth every penny as he finished as the highest run-getter in the tournament, with a ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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IPL More Popular Than Fifa; CR & Messi Most Searched: UC Browser

Not withstanding all the excitement around the Fifa 2014 world cup, India is still a country of cricket lowers (sic) . According to data from UC Browser, IPL 2014 is three times as popular as FIFA World Cup 2014 in India. In the group stage, nearly 250,000 ...
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