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Ball-tampering scandal: Michael Clarke willing to return as Australia captain
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Clarke offers to play for Australia after ball scandal

Retired cricket Test captain Michael Clarke today offered to play for Australia for free to help the team recover after the downfall of his successor Steve Smith over a ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.Smith and vice-captain David Warner were stripped ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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PHOTOS: EXCITING Moments from Day 10 of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

India had a bumper day in 21st Commonwealth Games where the country claimed its biggest single-day haul of the ongoing edition, ensnaring eight gold medals across five disciplines. In the other news from the Gold Coast, New Zealand's David Nyika and their women's hockey team crashed hosts' party. The events on Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6, Day 7, Day 8 and Day 9 of the Games are well-captured and here we document all the action from Day 10, in pictures... IMAGE: Another proposal: ...
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Gaurav, Vikas claim gold; boxers fetch best ever medal haul at CWG

'The bar has been set pretty high by this performance but it makes things easier for us going forward' IMAGE: Boxer Gaurav Solanki of India poses with his gold medal. Photograph:  Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters The legendary M C Mary Kom (48kg) became India's first woman boxer to claim a Commonwealth Games gold before men joined the gold quest through Gaurav Solanki (52kg) and Vikas Krishan (75kg) as the team rejoiced its best ever medal haul at the mega-event on Saturday.   Settling ...
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David Warner resigned to never playing for Australia again

The much-awaited press conference of David Warner happened on Saturday, when the former Australia vice-captain finally broke his silence. While, former Aussie skipper and Cameron Bancroft, the two members of the 'tampering trio', had addressed media twice ...
 Sify3 weeks ago Ball-tampering row: Smith, Warner step down as captain & vice-captain for remainder of 3rd Test  DNA3 weeks ago Australia captain Smith wins second Allan Border medal  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Ball-tampering: Smith, Warner, Bancroft apologise; Lehmann quits

Australian trio of Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft on Thursday issued apologies for their involvement in a ball tampering incident with the sacked captain taking full responsibility for it while head coach Darren Lehmann, cleared of any ...
 Sify3 weeks ago Ball-tampering row: Darren Lehmann was just a cricket enthusiast- Twitter slams Cricket Australia for not firing coach  DNA3 weeks ago 'Australian cricket is the laughing stock of the sporting world'  Rediff.com3 weeks ago 'Steve Smith & Co have shamed the nation': Australian media shows no mercy to beleaguered cricketers  DNA3 weeks ago
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'Good people make mistakes'

'Haven't Australia made enough of a spectacle of Steve Smith? I'm blown by what he is being put through' 'Hope everybody has had their pound of flesh now' Reaction after deposed Australian captain Steve Smith, opening batsman Cameron Bancroft and coach Darren Lehmann held news conferences in the wake of last week's ball-tampering scandal in Cape Town. IMAGE: An emotional Steve Smith, the former Australian Test Cricket Captain, fronts the media at Sydney International Airport. Photograph: Brook ...
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Young 'Avengers' fan, who brought MCU together, dies

Eleven-year-old Emilio Pachon, the terminally ill boy who had wished to greet "Avengers" actors, has died.He was suffering from cancer from neurofibromatosis and passed away at 3 a.m. on Wednesday, a spokeswoman for his family's Genes Foundation told ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Deeply troubled by events in Cape Town Test, says Steve Waugh

Melbourne: Former Australian skipper Steve Waugh on Tuesday said he is "deeply troubled" by the ball-tampering controversy in the third Test with South Africa in Cape Town. The 52-year-old said that the error was a clear breach of the 'Spirit of Australian ...
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Some Aus players have failed our culture, making a serious error of judgement: Waugh

'A focused and balanced perspective is needed in the condemnation on those involved in this, with a clear and critical consideration to the social impact and mental health of all players' IMAGE: Former Australian captain Steve Waugh. Photograph: Getty Images Former Australian captain Steve Waugh urged everyone to have a "focused and balanced perspective" in the ongoing ball tampering scandal that has rocked Australian cricket with their current captain Steve Smith facing a hefty suspension ...
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Nepal complete 'massive' leap to ODI nation

IMAGE: Nepal have achieved ODI status for the first time in their history . Photograph: ICC/Twitter Nepal became the latest nation to join the One-day International (ODI) club, securing their 50-overs status for the first time at the ongoing ICC World Cup Qualifiers in Zimbabwe.   The Paras Khadka-led team beat Papua New Guinea on Thursday and then watched the Netherlands defeat Hong Kong to secure Nepal's elevation to the group of four teams with temporary ODI status until 2022.
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