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Even greater glory awaits Mithali Raj
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Even greater glory awaits Mithali Raj

The semi-final against Australia and if the Indian women are fortunate, Sunday's final will decide her place in history as a captain, though she has long secured her position in the Elysium of women's cricket, says Haresh Pandya. IMAGE: Mithali Raj is the mainstay of India's batting. Photograph: BCCI If India finds itself in the semi-final of the women's World Cup in England, much of the credit ought to go to Captain Mithali Raj who is also the mainstay of the team's batting. It was thanks ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago
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Bond says bowlers second class citizens in one-day cricket. Do you agree?

'The slow bowlers specifically are resorting to a more negative line of bowling, not because they want to but because they have to'   IMAGE: Lasith Malinga is part of the Mumbai Indians' squad that is coached by Shane Bond. Bond says: 'I keep telling the bowlers to not be shy of bowling a bouncer, to have a field that creates doubt'. Photograph: BCCI Former New Zealand pace Shane Bond, who feels odds are stacked heavily against bowlers in the limited-overs format. Writing for the ...
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'Judges with daughters are more understanding'

'I do feel it's a question of your own upbringing, the way your father treats your mother, how the daughters are treated in the house.' 'You learn so much by osmosis. I suppose it's getting better, but it's not gone.' 'It's still a patriarchal society.' Justice Leila Seth, who passed into the ages on May 5, was a legal legend. The first lady chief justice of the Delhi high court reflected on her career as lawyer and judge in this fascinating interview with Pallavi Saluja, for the legal ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Disequilibrium : FISHING FOR PIOUS PIRANHA

Masters of intrigue and subterfuge, the Indian Princes through linkages with Paramountcy thought they were infallible. Birthed by the British who chose them to be their allies against the nationalist headwinds with the Congress as its vanguard, the Rulers ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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