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We have managed short-pitched balls pretty well on this tour: ...

The impressive performance in the ongoing South Africa tour has helped improve Indian batsmens reputation of not being good players of short-pitched balls, pace spearhead Bhuvneshwar Kumar has asserted. Kumar said South Africas ploy to unsettle Indian batsmen ... Deccan Herald, 51 minutes ago
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South Africa v/s India: Skipper JP Duminy wants his boys to 'look in the mirror and improve'

Batting has been South Africa's "Achilles' heel" during the ongoing series against India, conceded captain JP Duminy, who feels each one of his team's senior players need to "look in the mirror" and improve. "Unfortunately from a batting perspective, that's ...
 DNA13 minutes ago South Africa's crisis deepens as de Kock ruled out of India series  Sify2 weeks ago Here's what South African batsmen need to do  Rediff.com1 hour ago Pink Day ODI win motivates captain Duminy ahead of T20Is  Rediff.com1 day ago

Jo'burg T20I: Ismail fifer helps Proteas women beat India

Image Courtesy: Cricket South Africa Shabnim Ismail's five-wicket haul guided South Africa to a five-wicket win over India in the third women's T20 International encounter at the New Wanderers Stadium here on Sunday. After being asked to bat first, India ...
 Sify11 hours ago Bhuvi's fifer seals victory for India in Jo'burg T20I  Sify11 hours ago

AB de Villiers ruled out of India T20I series

IND v SA - Schedule | Full Coverage South African batsman AB de Villiers on Sunday was ruled out of the ongoing T20 international series against India, owing to an injured left knee. "He suffered a blow to the knee while batting ahead of the fifth ODI, and ...
 Sify11 hours ago Kallis tells why South Africa are floundering against Indian wrist spin  Sify3 days ago Kolhi rues errors, says India didn't deserve to win  Sify1 week ago Cape Town ODI: Kohli's 34th ton empowers India to 303  Sify1 week ago

'Kohli set to break all records, Indian cricket on right path'

Kolkata: Heaping praise on skipper Virat Kohli and the entire Indian team, batting great and former India captain Gundappa Viswanath on Sunday said cricket in the country is on the right track with the U-19 team also winning the World Cup and the eves on an ...
 Sify11 hours ago Gavaskar slams Chahal & Team India's lack of professionalism  Sify1 week ago PIX: Kohli plays through cramps to lead India to massive win  Rediff.com1 week ago For now, enjoy the success of Indian cricket  Sify1 week ago

With momentum on their side, India want to make every match count

IMAGE: At the post-match presentation ceremony on Sunday, Virat Kohli revealed he is injury free after having left the field for a while during South Africa's innings. Photograph: BCCI Seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar took career-best figures of 5-24 to help India ease to a 28-run victory over South Africa in the opening Twenty20 International of their three-game series at the Wanderers on Sunday.   Sent in to bat, India plundered 203 for five from their 20 overs on a flat batting wicket as ...
 Rediff.com7 hours ago Don't know what I'do on the field without intensity: Kohli  Rediff.com1 week ago Captain Virat eclipses Dada and they ask 'will Kohli reach 10K even before Dhoni?'  Sify1 week ago Don't know what I would do on the field without intensity: Kohli  Sify1 week ago

Trudeau visits Mathura wildlife sanctuary

[India], Feb 18 (ANI): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday visited a wildlife sanctuary in Mathura's Churmura with his family. Trudeau visited the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Mathura. He was accompanied along with his ...
 Sify17 hours ago Is Justin Trudeau getting a cold shoulder in India? Twitter thinks so  DNA21 hours ago Duty of citizens, sexism and dynasty politics were just some of the topics Justin Trudeau addressed at IIM-Ahmedabad  DNA1 hour ago

Live: Jo'burg T20I - Proteas win toss, ask India to bat first

Live Today's Match Scores: IND vs SA, 1st T20I | Schedule & Complete Results South Africa won the toss and asked India to bat first in first of the three-match T20 International series being played at the Wanderers here on Sunday. Suresh Raina and Manish ...
 Sify21 hours ago Live Scores: Cape Town ODI - Proteas win toss, ask India to bat first  Sify1 week ago Chance for Team India to better record on South African soil  Sify1 week ago

Karan Johar: I feel sad when I see people across the globe beleiving that Indian cinema is all about song and dance

Indian films still being considered a song-and-dance routine in the global circuit deeply troubles Karan Johar and the director-producer feels such "misconceptions" about the country's cinema hinder its growth internationally. Citing examples of acclaimed ...
 DNA19 hours ago

Nationalists do not partake in meaningless discussions: RSS Mohan Bhagwat slams critics after Army statement

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday silenced his critics who questioned his remarks on the Indian Army, saying that nationalists do not care about controversies and do not part in meaningless discussions. “Instead, they carry ...
 DNA21 hours ago
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