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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.
Did Dravid sniff Sreesanth's conspiracy?
Sreesanth is said to have confronted Rahul Dravid and demanded that he be included in the playing XI as he was the best medium-pacer in the country.
No tension between Dhoni & me: Yuvraj
Yuvraj Singh was a star long before MS Dhoni made his debut for Team India. But in the years since then, Dhoni\'s career has followed a relentlessly upward trajectory while Yuvraj\'s has waxed and
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.
Why VVS Laxman quit in a huff
VVS Laxman, who has always stayed away from controversies, dropped a bombshell by quitting in a huff even though he had been selected for the NZ series.
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.
Hayden upset at Aus award to Sachin
Upset at Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar getting the Order of Australia, Matthew Hayden said the honour should be \"exclusive\" to his countrymen.
Jadeja first Indian to hit 3 triple tons
Saurashtra batsman Ravindra Jadeja scripted history on Sunday by becoming the first Indian batsman to score three triple hundreds in first-class cricket.
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.
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.
Raina pushed me up the order: Dhoni
MS Dhoni was happy with the support the team got from his home crowd in the third ODI, but said his going in ahead of Suresh Raina wasn\'t planned.
'I don't want to be compared with Dravid'
\"I don\'t want to be compared with Rahul Dravid. He has scored a lot of quality runs and I have just begun,\" India\'s new wall Cheteshwar Pujara said.
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.
India-Pakistan Kotla ODI fixed: Nixon
Former England wicketkeeper Paul Nixon has sparked controversy by suggesting that Pakistan deliberately lost the third ODI against India on Sunday.
'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.
Jadeja fails to live up to expectations
Roped in for the final Test against England, Ravindra Jadeja was expected to give skipper MS Dhoni what Monty Panesar aided his English team with.
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.
'I sacrificed my natural game in Windies'
Taking guard in the unusual role of an opener, Rohit Sharma emerged as a vital component of Team India in Champions Trophy and tri-series in the West Indies.
Did the BCCI chief save MS Dhoni's job?
Following the 0-4 loss in the Test series to Australia, the selectors were all set to remove Dhoni from captaincy for tri-series, when Srinivasan intervened.
'Dhoni is best finisher I have ever seen'
After guiding India to a nail-biting victory over Sri Lanka, Dhoni has again staked claim to the title of the best-ever finisher in the history of one-day cricket.
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