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Tributes to Dhoni: 'Valiant while you led. Valiant in your departure'
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Tributes to Dhoni: 'Valiant while you led. Valiant in your dep...

Sachin Tendulkar (left) with Mahendra Singh Dhoni during the 2011 ICC World Cup in Mohali. Photograph: Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images Cricketers from across the world reacted with surprise and lavished praise on Mahendra Singh Dhoni after the India captain on Tuesday decided to call it quits in the Test format. - Figure out captain cool Dhoni's Test career!Retired batting great, Sachin Tendulkar, also a long-time team mate, encouraged Dhoni to retain the ODI World Cup, to be played next year in ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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India has the team to retain the World Cup: Sehwag

The former opening batsman picks India, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand as the four semi-finalists in the upcoming tournament Down Under. Harish Kotian reports. (From left to right): Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Virat Kohli and Bhuvneshwar Kumar of India. Photograph: Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images He may be out of the running for a place in the squad for the 2015 World Cup, but Virender Sehwag believes defending champions India are firm favourites in next year’s tournament ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Azhar worried about India's bowling, urges Kohli to ...  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago World Cup: Azharuddin worried over India's 'tired bowling'  Oneindia2 weeks ago India's World Cup bowling attack a worry: Mohammad Azharuddin  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago
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Cricbuzz.com

Rahane proves his worth in tough conditions

He has held his own amidst successive failures by India in overseas Test series in in South Africa, New Zealand, England and Australia, showcasing his worth with a calm and reliable presence in the middle order. Tigers at home, lambs overseas may be ...
 Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago Introducing India: meet the opposition  NEWS.com.au1 month ago Fab three, insignificant others  Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago Australia v India: seven Indian players under the spotlight ahead of Test tour of Australia  ABC Online1 month ago
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Will the real Dhawan stand up

Provided by Firstpost Mohali 2013: India are 2-0 up in a four Test series against Australia. They are outplaying their guests in every facet of the game. Homework gate happens here. So too does the Test debut of Shikhar ...
 MSN News3 weeks ago Why Dhawan has failed in Tests; how he can succeed  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Australia vs India: Has Shikhar Dhawan already peaked and fizzled out?  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Australia vs India: Will the real Shikhar Dhawan please stand up  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
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Stuff.co.nz

Convincing win for NZ in third cricket test

An extraordinary cricket test ended in an extraordinary result in Sharjah. New Zealand racked up their highest total of 690 then finished the job clinically to beat Pakistan by an innings and 80 runs in the third test, to level the series at 1-1. ...
 Stuff.co.nz1 month ago Victory close for NZ  Dominion Post1 month ago NZ rack up highest ever test total against Pakistan  Stuff.co.nz1 month ago
Oneindia

World Cup timings a problem for Indian fans

New Delhi, Jan 25 When cricket World Cup is held in the Antipodes or in the Caribbean, it clashes with the examination time in India and this makes students unhappy. This time the fans are disturbed over the match timings in Australia and New ...
 ProKerala.com20 hours ago
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The Express Tribune

Recapping 2011: When India broke the home team jinx

MS Dhoni led his team like an absolu­te champi­on, absorb­ing the pressu­re of a billio­n expect­ations­ THE LAST HURRAH: Sachin Tendulkar's dream of lifting the World Cup silverware finally turned true in his last ...
 The Express Tribune6 days ago
Oneindia

WC 2015 team profile: Can Pakistan repeat 1992 this time?

Pakistan will feel nostalgic while taking the field in the 2015 World Cup for it was in Australia that they had won the title in 1992, the first time the tournament was held Down Under. Can the men in green repeat what they had done under Imran Khan ...
 Oneindia1 week ago One billion fans waiting for India vs Pakistan World Cup ...  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago India vs Pakistan match in World Cup 2015 to attract one billion viewers  Khaleej Times1 week ago CWC match tipped for TV audience of one billion  The Press NZ1 week ago
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'He was nervous but not too girly': Kevin Pietersen's tattoo artist reveals how cricketer coped under the needle... and says critics of HUGE inking should shut up

The former England batsman has revealed a huge new tattoo on his body The ink shows a map of the world, with red stars on selected locations The stars indicate everywhere Pietersen has scored an international 100 He has copped some sledging for the ...
 Capital Bay1 week ago Kevin Pietersen reveals huge world map tattoo... with a red star on every location he has scored an international century  AfricanSeer1 week ago

Gayle leads West Indies to world record T20 triumph

Chris Gayle blasted 90 off 41 balls as the West Indies achieved a world record run chase in the second Twenty20 international on Sunday to beat South Africa by four wickets. South Africa captain Faf du Plessis hit a 46-ball century in his team's ...
 Emirates2472 weeks ago
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