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PHOTOS: Bairstow leads England fightback after Boult, Southee strike
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PHOTOS: Bairstow leads England fightback after Boult, Southee ...

IMAGE: England's Jonny Bairstow bats on Friday, Day 1 of the second Test against New Zealand, at Hagley Oval, Christchurch. Photograph: Paul Childs/Reuters Wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow and fast bowler Mark Wood produced a rearguard counter-attack to drag England back into the second Test against New Zealand on Friday as the visitors ended the first day at Hagley Oval on 290 for eight. Tim Southee, who took his seventh five-wicket haul in Tests, and Trent Boult had again tormented England's top ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Rain continues to disrupt first NZ-England Test

IMAGE: The Eden Park stadium under covers due to rain. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images Rain wiped out virtually the entire third day's play in the first Test between New Zealand and England with only 17 balls bowled in Auckland on Saturday as the hosts padded their lead to 175 runs.Henry Nicholls took advantage of a brief dry spell to reach his sixth Test half century before rain forced the players from the field after about 10 minutes of play in the first session with New Zealand on 233 ...
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Lessons need to be learned, says Root

England needs to learn some lessons, and fast if they are to salvage a drawn two-Test series against New Zealand after they emphatically lost the opener by an innings and 49 runs on Monday, captain Joe Root has said. The visitors were dismissed for 320 early ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Root out in final over as NZ strengthen hold on Day 4

IMAGE: New Zealand's Trent Boult celebrates with team mates after dismissing England's captain Joe Root during Day 4 of the first Test. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters Captain Joe Root was dismissed off the last ball of the fourth day moments after he had been struck on the hand by a Trent Boult bouncer to put New Zealand firmly in the driving seat to win the rain-affected first Test at Eden Park.   Root, who received on-field treatment, was bounced again on the next delivery and caught ...
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Taylor's health more important than decider as NZ look to Tests

'It needs a bit of time to get rid of those aches and pains and then we can make an assessment on the detail of the injury' IMAGE: New Zealand's Ross Taylor warms up. Photograph: Hannah Peters/Getty Images New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor's health would not be risked for the series-deciding one day international on Saturday as the team looks ahead to two Tests against England, coach Mike Hesson has said.   A hobbling Taylor scored an unbeaten 181 to lead New Zealand to a five-wicket win ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Do you know how many forts are hidden in Mumbai?

The rising popularity of Heritage Walks is uncovering forgotten historic sites all over India.Sadiya Upade reports. Don't miss: These forgotten forts in Mumbai are worth your timePhotograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com.   'If you go back to the 16th century, the Portuguese had complete monopoly over the sea trade route to India from Europe,' begins Alisha Sadikot, who runs the Inheritage Project in Mumbai. 'Jan Huygen van Linschoten, a name largely forgotten, changed all that. An ...
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