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Dhoni hints at Test retirement by 2013

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday hinted that he may retire from Test cricket if he is to play in the 2015 cricket World Cup.

"If I have to see through the 2015 (World Cup), I would hav

Perth will be India's last chance to salvage pride: Akram


Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram on Thursday said he would chose experience over youth in the do-or-die third Test for India, starting here on Friday as he feels youngsters would not be able to mak

Dhoni, Shewag rubbish reports of rifts in Indian dressing room

Saying that the Australians must be dreaming, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and senior batsman Virender Sehwag on Thursday rubbished speculations in the media here of a rift in the visitors' dres

Verbal spats will help Team India in Perth: Sourav Ganguly

The war of words between the two teams and the alleged rift talks will only spur India on to do well in the third cricket Test against Australia starting on Friday, feels former skipper Sourav Ganguly

Hilfenhaus should be rested for Adelaide Test: de Winter


If Australia seal the series against India in the Perth Test, Ben Hilfenhaus should be rested for the fourth and final match in Adelaide, said Allister de Winter, the coach who helped the fast bowler

Attack would be best defence for India at pacy WACA


Attack would be the best defence for India against a rampaging Australian pace battery when the two sides square off on the dreaded greentop wicket of WACA in the do-or-die third cricket Test starting

Gilchrist can't say whether all-pace attack would work at WACA


Former Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist says despite WACA's intimidatingly pace-friendly nature he would always go with a spinner in a Test match here but then, in his playing days, the spinner

MacGill urges Indian batsmen to show some pride


Former Australian spinner Stuart MacGill is surprised by India's poor batting display in the Test series so far and has called on the visitors to show some pride in the remaining two matches.

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Dravid rubbishes reports of rift in Indian team


Senior Indian batsman Rahul Dravid on Wednesday rubbished Australian media reports that successive losses in the ongoing Test series has led to disharmony in the visiting side's dressing room, saying

Sydney 100 start of something big for me: Ponting


Veteran Australian batsman Ricky Ponting concedes he is not on top of his game right now but feels the hundred against India in the second Test signals the start of something big for him.

Ponting has

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