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Ojha takes five as India force England to follow on


India forced England to follow on after the visitors folded for 191 with left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha grabbing his career's fourth five-wicket haul in the first cricket Test here today.

Ojha takes five, England fights to save Test


Pragyan Ojha snapped up five wickets to give India a mammoth 330-run lead before England staged a spirited fightback in the second innings to give themselves a slight hope of saving the first cricket Test here today.

First session tomorrow would be crucial: Ojha


Having starred with a five-wicket haul, India's left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha said today that the first session of play tomorrow would be crucial to the outcome of the first cricket Test against Engla

Batting at number three is a huge responsibility: Pujara

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Cheteshwar Pujara, who scored his maiden Test double century in India's mammoth first innings total against England, today said that missing out on a hundred against the same opposition in the warm-up

Cook, KP are capable of hitting big hundreds: Samit Patel


England all-rounder Samit Patel is confident that the likes of skipper Alastair Cook, Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell have the ability to hit big hundreds and also save the Test match in the remaining th

Amul loses ‘TRIX’ trademark to US firm


The Gujarat High Court has refused to set aside an order which cancelled Amul’s registration of its trademark ‘TRIX’, on which a US firm has claimed its right.

In July this year, the Intellectual Pro

England in trouble after Pujara double


Cheteshwar Pujara scored an unbeaten double ton to put India in complete control of the first Test against England at the Sardar Patel Stadium here in Motera on Friday. The hosts declared in the eveni

Swann excited to go past Laker


Graeme Swann became the most successful England spinner with 196 Test scalps so far in his 47th Test, surpassing Jim Laker (193 wickets).

The off-spinner grabbed 4-85 in the first Test against India

India post 502 at tea; Pujara on the brink of double century


Cheteshwar Pujara inched closer towards his maiden double hundred to pile on England's misery as guide India reached 502 for six at tea on the second day of the first cricket Test at the Sardar Patel

Pujara's double ton gives India command over first Test


Cheteshwar Pujara showed immense concentration and skill to notch up his maiden Test double century as India put themselves in the driver's seat in the first Test by posting a mammoth first innings to

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