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Smith Leads Australia's Run After India Suffers Batting Collapse
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Ravi aims to spin India to victory

INDIA is used to facing the music in Australia and off-spinner Ravi Ashwin is rather pleased that suddenly the boot is on the other foot. Having lost last week's first Test of the four-match series in Adelaide, India has made a much better fist of ..., 17 hours ago
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Indian spinner Ravi Ashwin says he saw Shane Watson's dismissal coming

and orchestrated the Australian batsman's downfall on the second day of the Gabba's Test. Pressure is mounting on Watson to convert his starts at No.3 after he fell for 25 from 29 balls as Australia tried to respond to India's imposing ...
 Sydney Morning Herald17 hours ago

India must play Ashwin at Gabba: Hogg

Video Image Michael Clarke injury will help us says MS Dhoni 1:35 Play video India skipper MS Dhoni admits Michael Clarke's injury is a 'big blow' for Australia but expects Steve Smith to do a good job in his place. Fox Sports 16 Dec 2014 ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail2 days ago Dhoni, India ready for Gabba pace  Perth Now2 days ago

Show Me the Money

Web Exclusive Banker-turned-writer Ravi Subramanian talks about his latest book, the first ever bitcoin-thriller, God is a Gamer, and the life of a writer of commercial fiction Web Exclusive Part of a new wave of popular writers post ...
 Open3 days ago

Is Ashwin that bad?

R Ashwin had been to South Africa and carried water. He got a New Zealand visa on his passport and has done the water-boy duty there as well. He spent the last summer in England and did the same in three of the five Tests. And yesterday, as he found ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago

5 things lucky people do

Author Ashwin Sanghi says that it is indeed possible to 'attract' good luck! Here's how! Ashwin Sanghi is the author of four bestselling books -- The Rozabal Line, Chanakya's Chant, The Krishna Key and Private India, the last of which he co-authored with the American bestselling writer James Patterson. Sanghi's next book, like all his previous ones, is also a page-turner. But 13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck also happens to be his first work of non-fiction. In it, Sanghi suggests that while some ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Kismet Connection  Bangalore Mirror3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Bhuvneshwar Kumar hopes to meet expectations on his maiden Australia tour

Bhuvneshwar Kumar is only the second bowler and the first pacer to win the Polly Umrigar Award. (Source: IE Photo by Ravi Kanojia) NCR region is one big construction site. As builders keep building, concrete towers need selling. And if you have ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
Financial Express

Virat Kohli-led Indian cricket team leaves for Australia Test series

Director cricket Ravi Shastri and skipper Virat Kohli at a pre-departure conference before the team leaves for the Australia tour, in Mumbai. (PTI) An 18-member Indian team, led by Virat Kohli, today left for Australia to play in the four-match ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago Shastri brushes aside McGrath's forecast  Gulf News3 weeks ago Team India leaves for Australia Test series  Oneindia3 weeks ago

Upbeat India aim to maintain stranglehold over Sri Lanka

India captain Virat Kohli speaks to Ravi Shastri. Photograph: PTI After starting the series with a crushing victory, an upbeat India will aim to maintain their stranglehold over an under-prepared Sri Lanka when they meet in the second ODI in Motera on Thursday. Needless to say that India will be starting as overwhelming favourites at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, having walloped the opponents by 169 runs in the opening match.  India went into the series ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Pop goes the litfest scene

Ashwin Sanghi —Asian age Combating the notion that literature festivals should celebrate only “serious” writing, a new event is bringing together bestselling authors of popular fiction in the city. Will it prove a crowd pleaser? Think of literature ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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