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Twitter trolls N Srinivasan and Ravi Shastri; Ishant Sharma takes two wickets in a single innings!
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Twitter trolls N Srinivasan and Ravi Shastri; Ishant Sharma ta...

Twitter trolls N Srinivasan and Ravi Shastri; Ishant Sharma takes two wickets in a single innings! Sunday, 20 July 2014 - 11:23pm IST Updated: Sunday, 20 July 2014 - 11:44pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Webdesk Pranav Joshi Tweet Agencies Twitter is ... DNA, 1 week ago
Wimbledon 2014: Ravi Shastri speaks … Yahoo! India, 4 weeks ago
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Ravi Shastri for targetting out of..

Former India all-rounder Ravi Shastri feels that the Indian team would do well to attack home team skipper Alastair Cook, who is under immense pressure after a prolonged bad patch, during the upcoming five Test series against England, starting July ...
 Samaylive4 weeks ago India must target out of form Alastair Cook, says Ravi Shastri  Indian Express1 month ago Ravi Shastri wants Team India to attack out-of-form Alastair Cook  Zee News1 month ago India must attack an out-of-form Cook, feels Ravi Shastri  Business Standard1 month ago
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Indian Express

Shastri predicts open 2015 World Cup

AGENCIES Mumbai, 12 June Ravi Shastri says the 2015 World Cup, to be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand, will be a very open tournament because of the surfeit of limited overs cricket, including Twenty20 events like the Indian Premier ...
 The Statesman1 month ago World Cup 2015 is going to be an evenly matched tournament, says Ravi Shastri  Indian Express1 month ago 'India, Australia favourites for 2015 World Cup'  Rediff.com1 month ago 2015 World Cup will be a very open tournament: Ravi Shastri  DNA1 month ago
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Indiatimes

Dhoni Must Bat At Number Six: Shastri

Kolkata: Former captain Ravi Shastri says it's time that Mahendra Singh Dhoni promotes himself to number six in batting order to put pressure on under-fire England captain Alastair Cook. "There were a lot of senior players in the side when he took ...
 Indiatimes3 weeks ago Ravi Shastri feels MS Dhoni should bat at No.6  IBN Live3 weeks ago Shastri feels Dhoni should bat at number 6  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Shastri: You have to believe that 'impossible' is just another word

Calcutta: Ravi Shastri, a former India captain and cricket manager, spoke to The Telegraph on Tuesday evening. Excerpts... Q What are your thoughts on the eve of the Test series in England? A That the teams are evenly matched... The first two Tests (Trent ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago Going to be an even final: Ravi  The Telegraph2 months ago Ravi: India comeback may not be far off for Uthappa  The Telegraph2 months ago King of Kup Rules  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
India TV

You need nerves of steel to compete in Australia, says Ravi Shastri

Former India captain says India-Australia is the best cricket that exists and its following is unmatched
 DNA1 month ago On-field rivalry with Oz toughens up Indian players: Shastri  Business Standard1 month ago PTI - SPORT-SHASTRI-AUSTRA(SPB04) - On-field rivalry with Oz toughens up Indian players: Shastri  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago On-field rivalry with Australia toughens up Indian players: Ravi Shastri  Asian Age1 month ago
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Cricbuzz.com

Shastri hails ICC

KOLKATA, July 9 (PTI): Former India skipper Ravi Shastri has hailed International Cricket Council (ICC) for choosing the beleaguered BCCI supremo N Srinivasan as its first chairman.If you want my answer, Its a very good choice, the cricketer turned ...
 The Assam Tribune3 weeks ago Ravi Shastri hails ICC for choosing Srinivasan as chairman  Zee News3 weeks ago Shastri terms Srinivasan's ICC appointment a 'very good choice'  Cricbuzz.com3 weeks ago Srinivasan as ICC Chairman is 'very good choice': Ravi Shastri  One India3 weeks ago
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The Hindu

For the love of theatre

Elango Kumaravel's role of Ravi Shastri in Abhiyum Naanum was impactful and unforgettable. But much before he became a film personality, he was a seasoned theatre personality well versed in different aspects of theatre. "Theatre is my first love," ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Shastri wants India to go for Cook

Ravi Shastri has said that India should relish the difficult situation England find themselves in heading into the Investec series with
 Big News Network1 month ago Shastri wants India to 'go for' Cook  ESPN Cricinfo1 month ago
Daily Bhaskar

Vithal 'Marshal' Patil, the disciplinarian who coached Dilip Vengsarkar, Ravi Shastri, Sanjay Manjrekar, dead

New Delhi: Known for his military-style discipline and revered for his undying passion for the game of cricket, former Ranji Trophy cricketer-turned-coach Vithal 'Marshal' Patil passed away here on Tuesday. He was 86. Patil, a bachelor, died ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago Former Mumbai cricketer Vithal Patil, who coached Vengsarkar and Shastri, no more  Mid Day1 month ago Brightly fade the Dons of Mumbai cricket  Mid Day1 month ago Thakre caps it up with fine gesture at coach 'Marshall' Patil's funeral  Mid Day1 month ago
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