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Pujara joins elite club of cricketers with double ton


Cheteshwar Pujara today joined a select band of 18 other countrymen to score a double century in Test cricket.

Pujara's double century is the first by an Indian in nearly two years. Sachin Tendulkar'

Sehwag, Gambhir century stand gives India blazing start


Virender Sehwag blasted his first half century in nearly 10 months and put on an unbeaten century stand with Gautam Gambhir as India made a blazing start on the opening morning of the first Test again

Sehwag hits ton, India 259 for 3 at tea

Virender Sehwag slammed his first century in two years before Graeme Swann brought England back into the game with a three-wicket haul as India reached 250 for three at tea on the opening day of the first Test against England here today.

Trott shows lack of sportsman spirit; appeals despite drop catch


England's Jonathan Trott displayed a distinct lack of sportsman spirit when he persisted with his appeal for a catch despite dropping the ball during the first day of the opening Test against India he

Sehwag, Pujara give India honours on Day 1

Virender Sehwag cracked his first century in more than two years as India came up with a solid batting display to take control of the first cricket Test against England here today.

Watching videos of past knocks helped me: Sehwag

Relieved at scoring his first Test century in almost two years, Virender Sehwag said that watching replays of some of his big knocks of the past helped him in reaching the three-figure mark in the fir

Sehwag took the game away from us: Swann

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England would have been happier with five or six wickets by stumps on the opening day of the first cricket Test, according to off-spinner Graeme Swann, who said destructive opener Virender Sehwag took

India look to put Eng in web of spin


It's billed as the grudge series after the 4-0 thrashing that Mahendra Singh Dhoni's India were subjected to when they toured England in July 2011.

Some 16 months later, England have a new Test skipp

India win toss, elect to bat


Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and elected to bat in the opening Test of the four-match series against England at the Sardar Patel Stadium at Motera here today.
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Motera, not a happy hunting ground for India in Tests


India have not won a single Test in seven years at Sardar Patel Stadium, venue of their series-opener against England and the hosts would aim to reverse the trend and gain early initiative against the

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