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India beat SA by two wickets in 3rd ODI

Cape Town, Jan. 18: India defeated South Africa by two wickets in the third cricket one-dayer here on Monday.

With this win India took a 2-1 lead in the five-match series.

Brief Scores:

South Af

Delayed World Cup stadiums 'will be ready'

Mumbai: The delay in work at two World Cup venues in the country notwithstanding, tournament director Prof. Ratnakar Shetty today expressed confidence that it will be completed on time for the cricke

Watto ton powers Aussies to victory

Melbourne, Jan. 16: A superb solo effort by Shane Watson with the bat enabled Australia to overcome a sloppy fielding effort and beat England in the opening one-day international at the MCG on Sunday.

Fedex opens bid to halt Rafa Slam

Melbourne, Jan. 16: Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have history against them as they strive to win the season's opening major at the Australian Open in Melbourne.

World number one Nadal is bidding to

India's World Cup squad: Piyush Chawla is surprise pick

New Delhi: India on Monday selected a 15-man squad for the cricket World Cup to be played in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka from February 19 to April 2.

A major surprise is the picking of Piyush Cha

WC team is 'best possible combination'

Chennai: After announcing the 15-member squad for the forthcoming World Cup, selection committee chairman Krishnamachari Srikkanth today said that the selectors have picked the best possible combin

Dhoni keeps hopes on Chawla's talent as he backs surprise entry

Cape Town: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today defended Piyush Chawla's inclusion in India's 15-man World Cup squad, saying the legspinner's presence provides variety to the attack.

Chawla has

Match not a factor for WC pick: Dhoni

Jan. 14: With India’s 15-member World Cup squad to be announced in Chennai on Monday, the Saturday’s day-nighter against South Africa here is the last chance for players on the fringe to swing the vot

Tsotsobe proves to be a worthy Ntini successor

Jan. 13: He is not an expressive, chatterbox sort of character like his predecessor Makhaya Ntini, but South African pacer Lonwabo Tsotsobe can still make the red cherry talk.

On Wednesday, Tsotsobe

Rajasthan have hosts on mat

Jan. 13: Despite three half-centuries, Rajasthan emerged on top as they reduced Baroda to 324 for eight at the end of the third day’s play in the Ranji Trophy Super League final here on Thursday.


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