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BCCI rubbishes report about Tendulkar being asked to retire

Mumbai: Rubbishing reports that Sachin Tendulkar has been asked by the BCCI to retire after his 200th Test, the Board's Secretary Sanjay Patel on Thursday said it was the senior batsman's prerogative

Battle royale on cards as CSK look to breach RR's fortress


Jaipur: There is little to separate as Rajasthan Royals, who have turned the Sawai Mansingh Stadium into a fortress with a 12-match winning streak, lock horns with the ever-formidable Chennai Super K

Now, Manohar hits out at Srinivasan


Bengaluru: The latest to join in the list of hitting out at BCCI president N Srinivasan is former chief of the cricket board, Shashank Manohar, who directly blamed Srinivasan for people losing fait

Want to see Sachin play forever: Coulter-Nile


New Delhi: Just like any other young cricketer, Australian speedster Nathan Coulter-Nile is in awe of Sachin Tendulkar and does not want the senior India batsman to retire from the game.
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Clarke doubtful for Ashes opener


Sydney: Australian captain Michael Clarke has admitted he may not be fit for the first Ashes Test against England next month, with his long-standing back problem needing extended treatment and rest.

‘Betrayed & shattered’


Siddharth Trivedi was all but prepared to represent Rajasthan Royals in the Champions League T20, when he was handed a one-year ban for failing to report after he was approached by bookies during the

India can retain Cup: Tendulkar

Iconic batsman Sachin Tendulkar believes defending champions India are favourites to retain the ICC Cricket World Cup title in 2015 and exuded confidence that the trophy will remain in the subcontinen

Spirit of game more relevant in times of crisis: Dravid

Former captain Rahul Dravid says the spirit of the game has become more “relevant and important” in the wake of the IPL spot-fixing scandal that plunged Indian cricket into a credibility crisis.

Mumbai come alive in Delhi

Mumbai Indians made their way into the CLT20 semi-finals with a commanding six-wicket win over unfancied Perth Scorchers in the final Group A game at the Kotla here on Tuesday.

T&T top group, push CSK into Jaipur semi-final

Trinidad & Tobago handed Chennai Super Kings a humiliating eight-wicket loss here on Wednesday to enter the semi-final of the CLT20 in emphatic style after finishing on top of Group B.

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