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Virat Kohli doubtful for Dharamsala decider
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India vs Australia: Cheteshwar Pujara

Pujara and Saha were involved in a stand of 199 — an Indian partnership record for the seventh-wicket vs Australia in Tests The post India vs Australia: Cheteshwar Pujara-Wriddhiman Saha’s record stand and other stats from Ranchi Test appeared first ... First Post.com, 4 days ago
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BCCI reveals the amount Indian cricketers will receive per match in Tests, ODIs and T20Is

BCCI also rewarded Ravindra Jadeja and Chesteshwar Pujara – two of India's most consistent performers in the long home season, by promoting them in Grade A category of the annual contracts.
 Zee News1 day ago
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India could turn to Shami for Dharamsala Test

With 76 wickets from 22 Tests, Shami has established himself as the lead Indian paceman since his debut against West Indies in November 2013. However, his career has been blighted by injuries, and he missed nearly 18 months of cricket after the 2015 World Cup ...
 MSN India2 days ago
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On the cusp of 50 Tests, Vijay says he is 'living the dream'

IMAGE: Murali Vijay will become only the fifth specialist opener to represent India in 50 Tests or more. Photograph: BCCI Senior opener Murali Vijay feels humbled as he is on the cusp of playing 50 Test matches for the country when he takes the field against Australia in the third Test match in Ranchi on Thursday. Vijay is only fifth specialist opener after Sunil Gavaskar (125), Virender Sehwag (103), Gautam Gambhir (58) and Navjot Singh Sidhu (51) to represent India in 50 Tests or more. "It ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago India keep Vijay but Pandya out for last two tests vs Australia  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Kohli refuses to blame pitches for collapses

In four innings spread over two Tests, India have suffered three collapses while doing only half justice to the batting wealth that they have in the second innings of the Bengaluru match. KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane produced a half-century ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Cricket-Mitchell Marsh out of India tour with shoulder injury

All-rounder Mitchell Marsh has been ruled out of Australia's remaining two tests in India with a shoulder injury and will return home, the country's cricket board said on Wednesday.
 DNA2 weeks ago Stoinis brought in for injured Mitch Marsh on bowling strength  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Mitchell Marsh out of India tour with shoulder injury  Sify2 weeks ago

Pact to check misleading ads of Ayurvedic medicines

The government has signed a pact with the Advertising Standards Council of India to check misleading advertisements of Ayurvedic medicines, Lok Sabha was informed today. Minister of State for Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy Shripad Naik said that his Ministry ...
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'Winning in India has been holy grail of Aus cricket'

Having batted out the last day in the 3rd Test in Ranchi, former captain Allan Border believes the team has come a long way   IMAGE: The Australian cricket team has proved critics wrong with their stoic performance in the ongoing series against India. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters Former captain Allan Border says a win for Steve Smith's team in the ongoing Test series in India would count as one of the "very best achievements" in Australian cricket history. The high-voltage rubber ...
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Waugh's mental disintegration: 'Pressure is on India'

IMAGE: 'India come into Dharamsala Test with possibility of losing it', says Steve Waugh. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters Australian cricket legend Steve Waugh felt the pressure will be on pre-series favourites India going into the deciding fourth Test in Dharamsala. "I think a lot of the pressure is on the Indian side. They've been expected to win this series and they now come into this Test match with the possibility of losing it," Waugh was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au. The ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago Virat Kohli has little of me and Ricky Ponting in the way he leads India, remarks Steve Waugh  Zee News19 hours ago Interesting numbers from day one of Ranchi Test  Rediff.com1 week ago Test of maturity for Kohli and Smith in Ranchi  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Should India play 5 bowlers in Dharamsala Test?

Should India play an extra fast bowler in Dharamsala where the pitches suit pacers?Will Shreyas Iyer replace an unfit Virat Kohli? IMAGE: Shreyas Iyer, who told Rediff.com's Harish Kotian last year that 'The India cap is knocking on my door', may finally see his dream come true. Photograph: PTI After failing to force a result in the third Test in Ranchi, India will be desperate for a series clinching win against Australia in the fourth and final Test, which starts in Dharamsala on Saturday, ...
 Rediff.com5 hours ago India will be 'little bit nervous' in Dharamsala: Johnson  Business Standard1 day ago Why Dharamsala track will make Team India nervous...  Rediff.com1 day ago Dharamsala track will make Indian team nervous: Mitchell Johnson  DNA1 day ago
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