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“Bowler” Gilly gets a wicket with last ball of his career


Just like Sunil Gavaskar always had a twinkle in his eyes whenever he spoke about denying Zaheer Abbas a century by getting his only Test scalp, Adam Gilchrist will tell you the “tale” of how he got Harbhajan Singh out with last delivery of his competitive career.

‘Hope they don’t take away my runs’

Shocked and saddened by the unfolding “spot-fixing” sage involving three Rajasthan Royals players, Kings XI Punjab captain Adam Gilchrist said that given the levels of awareness about the issue, there

Mumbai look to finish on a high


Amid the anger, sorrow and disbelief caused by Thursday’s events in Mumbai and Delhi, the cricket goes on and in Saturday’s afternoon game, Kings XI Punjab and the Mumbai Indians meet in their final I

Kings keep playoff hopes alive


With dark clouds rolling in over cricket yet again, the sport kept itself in centre-stage as Kings XI Punjab kept alive their hopes of squeezing into the playoffs with an up and down seven-run win ove

Sachin fit for Saturday’s game against Kings XI Punjab


Senior batsman Sachin Tendulkar has been declared fit and may play in Mumbai Indians' IPL match against Kings XI Punjab in Dharamsala on Saturday.

Kings XI in do-or-die clash against Delhi Daredevils

Kings XI Punjab sparked their chase of an elusive qualifying berth in fine fashion against the Royal Challengers Bangalore on Tuesday and now go into their penultimate home game, against the Delhi Dar

England beat India by 7 wickets

England defeated India by seven wickets in the final one-dayer of the five-match series at the HPCA stadium here today.

India all out for 226

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India were 226 all out in 49.4 overs against England in the fifth and final cricket one-dayer here today.

Brief Scores: India: 226 all out 49.4 in 50 overs (Suresh Raina 83, Tim Bresnan 4/45).

Raina’s 83 helps India reach 226

A swashbuckling knock by Suresh Raina helped India reach a decent total of 226 in the fifth and final cricket ODI against England after an inept batting performance by the top-order batsmen in bowling friendly conditions, here today.

Dharamsala ODI start deferred by half-an-hour

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The fifth and final cricket one-dayer between India and England here tomorrow will start half-an-hour later than the scheduled start due to inclement weather conditions in the hill town, the BCCI announced today.

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