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Ponting adamant he is still right man to lead Australia

Ricky Ponting is still convinced he remains the best man to lead Australia's Ashes bid despite overseeing the team's worst losing streak in 22 years.

A defiant Ponting faced criticism from former tea

India targeted two big Oz weaknesses: Kirsten

Coach Gary Kirsten had picked two key weaknesses that Team India targeted in the Test series: Nathan Hauritz and Australia's middle-order batting.

After his side completed a 2-0 sweep, relegating Aus

Ponting slams Warne for Twitter comments


Beaten Australian captain Ricky Ponting has come out strongly against Shane Warne for comments he made on tactics during the second Test in Bengaluru. The legendary leg-spinner had slammed Ponting for

China warns decision will harm ties with Oslo

Beijing, Oct. 8: China reacted with anger to Friday’s news of the Nobel Peace Prize to the dissident writer, Mr Liu Xiaobo, who is serving an 11-year prison sentence for subversion.

“Liu Xiaobo is a

BlackBerry tablet to fight iPad

Ottawa, Sept. 28: Research In Motion, the Canadian maker of the BlackBerry smartphone, introduced its first tablet computer on Monday at a developers’ conference in San Francisco. But in a return to i

Oz batsmen have a field day

Chandigarh, Sept. 25: Australia openers Shane Watson and Simon Katich geared up for an upcoming Test series against the number one ranked Test side — India with impressive centuries on Day One of the

Scots, Welsh set deadline

London, Sept. 22: With more and more athletes announcing their withdrawal from the Commonwealth Games, Scotland became the first team to delay its departure to New Delhi because of the appalling condi

The muck hits the ceiling

New Delhi, Sept. 22: India struggled to keep its Commonwealth Games on track Wednesday, with England warning the event was on a “knife edge” over complaints of filthy housing and growing structural an

Super Kings wallop Wayamba

Centurion, Sept. 15: Chennai Super Kings cruised past Wayamba Eleven by 97 runs in the Champions League T20 match here on Wednesday.

Batting first, CSK scored a mammoth 200 for 3 riding on blistering

TCS learning centre in Kerala soon

Tata Consultancy Services has said it will set up a new learning and development campus in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The new campus will house upto 10,000 professionals and will offer TCS learning c

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