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Other Worst Cricket Injuries
New Indian Express

Other Worst Cricket Injuries

In the wake of Phil Hughes getting hit on the head, TNIE brings you other such instances, one of which had turned fatal Raman Lamba (India): Lamba's international career was well over, but he was still an active club cricketer. In a club match in ... New Indian Express, 6 hours ago
Business Standard India

Are batsmen losing their head due to helmets?

The damage that a cricket ball at high speed is capable of has once again become apparent after Australian batsman Phil Hughes, playing in a Sheffield Shield match, was felled by a hit to his head and now fights for life in hospital. The incident ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago

Former skipper Sourav Ganguly unhappy with India's build-up to Test series

Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has criticised India's preparation for next week's Test in Brisbane as substandard and one that failed to give them a fighting chance in Australia. Ganguly, remembered as India's most successful skipper away ...
 WA Today2 days ago Ganguly unhappy with India's Test build-up  Canberra Times2 days ago Ganguly unhappy with India's build-up to Test series  Macleay Argus2 days ago Muzumdar bows out  Mumbai Mirror2 months ago
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NDTV

India Need Fast Bowling Role Models Like Pakistan, Says Sourav Ganguly

Will India ever find another Kapil Dev? AFP Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly said unlike Pakistan, India have failed to produce quality fast bowlers due to a lack of role models and the presence of too many batting stars. ( Eden Test Win vs ...
 NDTV4 days ago India lack fast bowling role models to inspire next generation: Sourav Ganguly  Yahoo! Malaysia3 days ago India needs fast bowling role models like Pakistan, says Sourav Ganguly  Pakistan Today3 days ago
Sify

Can India do the impossible?

No team from Asia has won a Test series in Australia in 28 attempts. An overseas team winning a Test series in Australia is one of the most Herculean tasks in cricket. Asian Teams have lost 22 series out of the 28 Test series they have contested ...
 Sify3 days ago Pakistan v Australia: Series Review in Numbers  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Choose your Dream Indian Team  Rediff.com1 month ago
New Indian Express

Inter-Stellar

Alas, cricket is not rich with blood-curdling grudge matches. The most intense involves the tussle for a little eggcup, an offshoot of, as cricket scholar Simon Hughes desc­­r­­ibed, an age-old family feud. The India-Pakistan hostility, the most ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago
DNA India

World Cup Chronicles: India's fairy tale run during the magical summer of 1983

A game-by-game chronicle of India's run-up to the 1983 World Cup final and their momentous win against Clive Lloyd's West Indies. Kapil Dev holds aloft the 1983 World Cup trophy at the Lord's balcony. Prologue What started with an ...
 DNA India5 days ago Rahul Dravid backs Team India to lift 2015 World Cup  IBNLive India News2 weeks ago All-rounders make India a strong contender for World Cup, says Dravid  Rediff.com2 weeks ago We were lucky that four of us came good together: Dravid  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Indian Television

Our batsmen will do well on the hard pitches in Australia: Dilip Vengsarkar

Dilip Vengsarkar was, on Tuesday, named the 22nd recipient of the CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award for his "unparalleled contribution to Indian cricket on and off the field". The former India skipper tells G Krishnan that MS Dhoni & Co. have it ...
 DNA India1 week ago Vengsarkar to receive lifetime achievement award from BCCI  Indian Television1 week ago BCCI Awards for 2013-14 announced; Bhuvneshwar Kumar the best  Oneindia1 week ago
Cricbuzz.com

Tom Latham feels proud of following in 'centurion' father's footsteps for NZ

Johannesburg, Nov 12 (ANI): New Zealand opener Tom Latham followed in his father's footsteps as he knocked a Test hundred against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday. Latham hit 103 for his maiden hundred on the third day, emulating his father Rod ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Latham follows Dad's footsteps  News242 weeks ago Tom Latham following in his father's footsteps  Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago Cricket: Latham proud after following …  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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Times of India

Much needed break for Mahendra Singh Dhoni?

MUMBAI: The thought of taking a flight out of India to play a Test series abroad may possibly top the list of things that have worried Mahendra Singh Dhoni the most in recent years. Four tours, 17 Tests, three draws, one win and 13 losses. The ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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