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One-off supercars: when rare just isn't exclusive enough
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One-off supercars: when rare just isn't exclusive enough

Geneva: Supercars are famed for their exclusivity, but they don't get much rarer than the 800 horsepower SCG 0003S being shown off by American Ferrari collector Jim Glickenhaus at the Geneva car show this year. Only 10 will be built. The 66 year-old is one of ... Sify, 1 month ago

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Younis Khan becomes first Pakistani and oldest to score 10000 Test runs

Veteran batsman Younis Khan has become the first Pakistani cricketer to complete 10,000 runs in Test cricket as his team reached reach 201-4 in reply to West Indies' 286-10 on the third day of the rain-affected first Test at SabinaPark in Kingston, Jamaica, on Sunday. Younis, playing in his 116th Test match, smashed five boundaries and a six in his gritting knock of 58 (132 balls) and shared a 131-run third-wicket partnership with Babar Azam (72) which gave the tourists an upper hand into the ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Younis Khan may reconsider retirement on Pakistan Cricket Board request  DNA5 days ago 'Centuries against India in Calcutta and Bangalore among my favourites,' says retirement-bound Younus Khan  DNA1 week ago
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'Mankading' should be rechristened to 'Browned': Sunil Gavaskar

Former Indian skipper Sunil Gavaskar has insisted that the word 'Mankading' should be removed from cricket's terminology as it is disrespectful to former all-rounder Vinoo Mankad and instead should be rechristened as 'Browned'."I have grave objections to that ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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Michael Clarke reveals why he will always respect Virat Kohli

Former skipper Michael Clarke today lauded BCCI and Cricket Australia for their handling of the recent DRS controversy but felt the infamous 'Monkeygate' episode of 2007-08 series dragged on far too long. BCCI and CA reached truce last Thursday with the ...
 DNA1 month ago Clarke lauds BCCI, CA for reaching quick truce in DRS row  Business Standard1 month ago
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DRS row handled really well unlike Monkeygate scandal, claims Clarke

'I feel like Kohli has the aggression. He takes risk to win a game at any cost. I think that is a wonderful quality to have.' IMAGE: Former Australia skipper Michael Clarke, left, with India captain Virat Kohli. Photograph courtesy: Michael Clarke/Twitter Former Australia skipper Michael Clarke on Tuesday lauded Board of Control for Cricket in India and Cricket Australia for their handling of the recent DRS controversy but feels the infamous 'Monkeygate' episode during their series in ...
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Steve Waugh wants Shaun Marsh to open in India

Former Australian skipper Steve Waugh believes that Shaun Marsh, in place of Matthew Renshaw would be a better option to open the batting alongside David Warner in the upcoming four-match Test series against India as he would add experience to their batting ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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