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Live score, Ind vs Aus: It's all over, Australia destroy India...

Sydney: India's dreams departed with skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni -- who made a slambam 65 but left it a little too late to pull hopes out of the rut -- in reply to Australia's imposing total of 328 in this semifinal clash in the Sydney Cricket ... Deccan Chronicle, 5 days ago
India TV

World Cup 2015: Current ODI rules make it too easy for batsmen, says Latif

KARACHI: Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has made a strong plea to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to revise the fielding restrictions rule in One-day Internationals in a bid to stop devaluation of former greats' achievements. Full ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Current ODI rules make it too easy for batsmen: Rashid Latif  India TV3 weeks ago
MSN News

India beat West Indies in nail-biting finish

India beat the West Indies by four wickets at Perth today in a tense match that saw both sides losing wickets rapidly. Set 183 to win, the men in blue got home with 185 on board in 39.1 overs The West Indies, who opted to bat first after winning ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago Key battles to watch out for  MSN News3 weeks ago Key battles that can affect the outcome  MSN Canada3 weeks ago India vs West Indies: Key battles that can affect the outcome  Indian Express3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

With their powers combined, this is what an India-Pakistan combined XI would look like

These are not the best Indian and Pakistani squads that have ever entered the World Cup but there is genuine unpredictability about both teams that is extremely exciting for the viewer. Tomorrow, all statistics and records will go out the window ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Sports: Cricket: Yasir has the potential to emulate 1992 Mushtaq: Muralidaran

Home » Karachi By PPI News Karachi: Former Sri Lankan spin maestro Muttiah Muralidaran believes that Pakistani spinner Yasir Shah has the potential to do what Mushtaq Ahmed did in 1992 for Pakistan. A renowned former Pakistan spinner Mushtaq ...
 Pakistan Press International1 month ago

World Cup 2015: Team India, a Pandora's box of problems?

With the mega event on the horizon, Dhoni and Co. have to urgently buck up if they want India to be engraved on the gold trophy once again. (Photo: AFP) Mumbai: Barely 11 days to go for the ICC World Cup and all is not good for title defenders ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Students steal the show with cultural events

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Collector K. Nanthakumar taking salute at the guard of honour at the Republic Day celebration in Ramanathapuram on Monday. (Below) CollectorT. Munusamy distributing welfare assistance to a beneficiary in ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Injury-ridden India need to lift their game for crucial tie

SYDNEY: India are facing a queer Rohit Sharma conundrum in Australia at the moment. If ever his services were most needed, it would have been in Monday's Australia Day match against the hosts. But as he is still recovering from a sore hamstring, ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Times of India

Ishant works up good pace at practice session in Sydney

SYDNEY: There is some good news for India. The first one is regarding pace bowler Ishant Sharma who ran in full steam and bowled at a good nip during the optional practice session at the SCG here on Friday. The second is about team director Ravi ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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