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Knuckleball: The latest trick paying dividends for Indian bowlers
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Knuckleball: The latest trick paying dividends for Indian bowlers

Zaheer Khan was the first Indian to master the technique. Bhuvneshwar Kumar started bowling the same recently and now, Shardul Thakur has successfully used knuckleball to good effect in the ongoing Nidahas Trophy. So what exactly is the knuckleball? For ... Sify, 1 month ago

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Gary Kirsten credits Duncan Fletcher for Indian cricket's smooth transition

Handling a transition phase for any successful unit is a challenge in itself and that's why the Indian cricket team's most successful former head coach, Gary Kirsten, feels that Duncan Fletcher played a "huge role" during his four-year tenure, which has now ...
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Who took the 1st IPL hat-trick?

Rajneesh Gupta looks back at IPL firsts. The 11th Indian Premier League kicks off on Saturday, April 7. The IPL has produced many, many, memorable moments on the way.   FIRST CENTURY: IMAGE: Kolkata Knight Riders's Brendon McCullum celebrates the first-ever IPL century, way back in 2008. Photograph: PTI The first century in the IPL was scored in the inaugural edition in Bengaluru by Brendon McCullum for the Kolkata Knight Riders against the Royal Challengers Bangalore. McCullum hit an ...
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Third Front: Shardul "ready to step up" in Bhuvi, Bumrah's absence

Shardul Thakur knows that opportunities in a settled limited overs line-up won't come easily and that's the reason he is ready to "step up" in an unenvious role of India's stop-gap third seamer in absence of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah.Thakur's four ...
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How Shardul mastered the 'knuckle ball'

'I always knew what the grip was, and then I learned it on my own. I have been practising it for a long time. It didn't come easily.' IMAGE: India fast bowler Shardul Thakur. Photograph: BCCI/Twitter Shardul Thakur knows that opportunities in a settled limited overs line-up won't come easily and that's the reason he is ready to 'step up' in the role of India's stop-gap third seamer in absence of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah.Thakur's four-wicket haul was instrumental in India ...
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Why India did not do well in SA Test series

'I think going out to England, we have heard some guys are going to play county cricket. Preparation-wise I think they will be better equipped when they go there or to Australia.' Shaun Pollock says India's priorities for the Test and ODI series in South Africa did not match the same preparation. IMAGE: Captain Virat Kohli, left, leads the Indian team out on to the field in the Test series against South Africa. Photograph: BCCI South African pace bowling great Shaun Pollock criticised India's ...
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V-Day special: 5 hot mag covers you just can't ignore!

Tell us if these are the hottest couples of 2018! Shahid and Mira's first cover together. A treat for their fans, this cover definitely has set the temperature soaring!Photograph: Hello! cover, November 2017   Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna's inimitable chemistry on the Hello! magazine cover will make you jealous.Photograph: Hello! cover, January 2018   Aren't they a 'match of a kind'? Cricketer Zaheer Khan and actress Sagarika Ghatge featured on the ...
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Fast bowlers: Team India's new trump cards

Perhaps for the first time, India's pace strength is not centred on any one individual, or set of individuals, says Chetan Narula. IMAGE: Bhuvneshwar Kumar celebrates Dean Elgar's wicket in the first Test in Cape Town. Photograph: BCCI South African coach Ottis Gibson talks a straight game. Before the first Test, he underlined how India could challenge his side despite the bowler-friendly conditions at Newlands. After the match ended in a 72-run loss for the visitors, bolstered by his bowlers' ...
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I became a real player at Chennai Super Kings: Raina

'The coaches and the players there like Matthew Hayden, Michael Hussey, Muttiah Muralitharan had a fine influence on me. I have learnt a lot from them. It's not a team but like a family.' IMAGE: Suresh Raina in action for Chennai Super Kings. Photograph: BCCI Out-of-favour India all-rounder Suresh Raina knows his worth in the Indian Premier League and credited Chennai Super Kings for transforming him into a 'real cricketer'.The 31-year-old Uttar Pradesh captain, who struck a belligerent 126 ...
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