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Mystery behind Munaf’s maiden

It was pace-bowler Munaf Patel’s “guarded” deliveries that gave India a reprieve.

Zaheer Khan being treated by lady physio in South Africa

Pune, July 14: India's 32-year-old left-arm medium fast bowler, Zaheer Khan is being treated by a lady physiotherapist in Johannesburg.

Mrs. Debbie Davidson, the 41-year-old lady physio, one of the

Howard’s U-turn, now pat for Murali

Six years after he called Sri lankan spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan a chucker, and enraged an entire country, former Australian PM John Howard has done a volte-face.
“I believe that Muralitharan is a very good bowler,” Howard told this newspaper on Wednesday, “He is a wonderful bowler and should to be congratulated for becoming the world’s highest wicket taker.”

Ranji flavour in Kenya

Discarded India wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel and the Pathan brothers, Irfan and Yusuf, along with others, will be seen in action in Kenya later this month.
Two of India’s strong Ranji Trophy teams have been invited to play a few matches in the African nation, according to Cricket Kenya president Sameer Inamdar. “We have i

‘Two more IPL seasons for me’

On Sunday, former West Indies captain and multiple record-holder Brian Lara was tempted out of retirement to play for the MCC against a Pakistan XI at Lord’s. His captain for the day, Sourav Ganguly, too was firm on staying away from the game.

Pawar right man to lead ICC: Morgan

Former BCCI president Sharad Pawar’s claims of not being involved in a failed bid for an IPL franchise in March may still be under scrutiny, but as far the as the International Cricket Council is concerned, Pawar is a “victim of vested interests”.

Board not in favour of Howard’s nomination

The Indian cricket control board is unlikely to support former Australian Prime Minister John Howard for the International Cricket Council post in spite of the fact former BCCI president Sharad Pawar is endorsing his ICC nomination.

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