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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.

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Indians hit the nets at 'Green' WACA

"Haven't you got a mail to shave off the pitch?" - senior batsman Rahul Dravid asked the curator as the Indians assembled for their first practice session at the famed WACA ground ahead of the do-or-d

Sehwag creating rift in Team India: Australian media


The Australian media accused senior batsman Virender Sehwag of creating a rift in the Indian team, which is reeling under the stress of two embarrassing defeats in the first two cricket Tests for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

India want tighter security at final Tests: Reports


Hassled by crowd behaviour during the second cricket Test in Sydney last week, the Indian team management is planning to demand higher security around the boundary rope for the remainder of the four-T

Watson may be asked to play less for longer career


Injury-prone Australian all-rounder Shane Watson may have to pick the formats he wants to play in as part of the Cricket Board's plan to ensure his longevity on the field.

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Hussey wary of Indians' pride and experience


The Indian cricket team seems down and out after back-to-back losses but senior Australian batsman Michael Hussey remains wary of the tourists as he feels their 'pride and experience' can conquer th

Akram fears 0-4 rout for India Down Under


For a side that was world number one in Tests some months back, India have been surprisingly out of sorts against Australia and a 0-4 thrashing is on the cards for them if Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men d

Now Ishant reportedly shows middle finger to fans


The present tour of the Indian team to Australia is not only a disaster from cricketing point of view but it is also turning out to be a catastrophe as far as public manners go.

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India's batting reserves thin after the 'Great Three' retire


As the great batting trio of Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and V.V.S. Laxman slip into the winter of their outstanding Test careers, the batting heirs to their spots are still showing a vacant sign.

Kamalesh gets fresh term as c’wealth chief

Seasoned Indian diplomat Kamalesh Sharma was on Sunday reappointed Secretary-General of the 54-nation Commonwealth grouping for a four-year term beginning April 2012.

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