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BCCI rejects Sachin Tendulkar's request
BCCI \'politely\' rejected Sachin Tendulkar\'s request to shift Ranji semifinal venue to Mumbai by saying that the rule book doesn\'t permit it to do so.
Dhoni's blunder takes India to WC final
It took a selection blooper for India to make sure they had ticked all the boxes before they locked horns with Sri Lanka in the World Cup final in Mumbai.
Is it time to split Team India's captaincy?
The stats are there for everyone to see. Since winning World Cup, India have lost 10 of the 15 Tests they\'ve played overseas. Dhoni has captained in 14 of them.
3 girls arrested from Gayle's 'hotel party'
Three British \'female guests\' who were partying in West Indies\' star batsman Chris Gayle\'s room, were arrested by the Sri Lankan police on Wednesday.
Ajit Tendulkar causes a flutter at Kotla
Why is Sachin Tendulkar\'s elder brother and mentor Ajit watching the Test at the Kotla, when he is not known to travel to watch the Indian legend bat?
Dhoni, not rain, to blame for ouster: Chetan
Chetan Sharma held captain Mahender Singh Dhoni\'s selection policy responsible for the team\'s early ouster from the ongoing ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka.
'Gavaskar is the best opener I have seen'
Former India all-rounder Ravi Shastri on Wednesday said that ex-captain Sunil Gavaskar remains the best opener that he has ever seen in international cricket.
'Sachin likely to retire after 200th Test'
With Tendulkar set to play his 200th Test on India\'s tour of South Africa, the batting maestro may retire after the match, former pacer Karsan Ghavri said.
India paid price for rotation policy
The rotation policy for the top order adopted by skipper MS Dhoni was one of the reasons for India\'s disastrous exit from the CB series down under.
When Sachin was angry on Ganguly
Tendulkar almost sent Ganguly home midway from WI tour of 1997 for not doing what he had been told to -- go for a morning run – after a Test defeat.
Kohli: World's most destructive batsman
From a precocious talent, who climbed through the ranks to become part of India in 2008, Virat Kohli has become the most devastating batsman in one-dayers.
India lucky to have MS Dhoni: Chappell
Greg Chappell feels that even though a lot of cricket remains to be played, the Indian captain\'s epic 224 could well be the difference between the two sides.
Tendulkar threatened my place: Kumble
Indian spin legend Anil Kumble on Wednesday marvelled at Sachin Tendulkar\'s skills with the ball saying the batting wizard was also high quality bowler.
Team India has no direction: Azharuddin
Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin has come out in scathing criticism of Mahendra Singh Dhoni\'s captaincy, calling team India directionless.
'Tendulkar's wicket most memorable'
Piyush Chawla drew the attention of the selectors with that Tendulkar\'s wicket and at 17, made his Test debut versus England at Mohali in 2006.
Pak players watch vulgar dance show
Most of these shows are notorious for being a front for raunchy dances by actresses on stage -- one reason why they are so popular among the public.
'Tendulkar made tea for me for 62 days'
\"Tendulkar was my roommate for the entire 72-day England tour. He would never think anything other than cricket, and it\'s same now,\" said Narendra Hirwani.
'Cook can break Tendulkar's records'
Alastair Cook is over 8,000 runs behind Sachin Tendulkar in Test cricket but Kevin Pietersen believes Cook is on target to challenge the veteran Indian\'s numbers.
Tendulkar 'upset' with farewell frenzy
Sachin Tendulkar is reportedly \"unhappy\" with Cricket Association of Bengal officials\' attempts to go overboard with their celebrations for his 199th Test.
Virat Kohli doubtful starter for 2nd ODI
Virat Kohli was rendered a doubtful starter for the second ODI against Pakistan to be held on Thursday after he suffered a foot injury in the first match.
MSD finally got players he always wanted
By snatching the Champions Trophy from the lap of the England team, MS Dhoni\'s gladiators have shown that a match is not lost till it is actually lost.
Australian media lambasts Clarke's men
Australian media labelled their side as \"worst\" in 34 years and ridiculed the shot selection of their top order batsmen to \"insanity\" after 4-0 whitewash by India.
Is dropping Virender Sehwag enough?
The new selection panel has taken two strong steps so far: dropping Zaheer Khan and leaving out Virender Sehwag for the upcoming ODIs against England.
Selectors give rude shock to Gambhir
Gautam Gambhir, who has been in good form in the Ranji Trophy this year, has been left out of the 17-member Indian Test squad for the South Africa tour.
Why Chris Gayle stayed on with RCB
Gayle was asking for a hefty fee from RCB giving rise to speculation that he could be put up for auction. However, Gayle decided to stay back & was retained.
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