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Sri Lanka bowl out Australia for 74

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Sri Lanka swung the ball around the Gabba on Friday and dismissed Australia for just 74 runs off 26.4 overs, their lowest one-day international total in 27 years.

Clarke on top in ICC rankings with career-best points


In the form of his life, Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke today reached a career-best 900 points to retain the top spot in the ICC Test Rankings for batsmen after his side’s innings and 201 runs win against Sri Lanka in Melbourne.

Sachin’s retirement brings relief for selectors: Prasanna

Former India off-spinner Erapalli Prasanna today said Sachin Tendulkar’s retirement from ODIs was a realistic decision which brought relief to the national selectors.

Sachin Tendulkar heads for Devbhoomi post ODI retirement


After announcing retirement from one-day cricket, Sachin Tendulkar headed straight for hill station Mussoorie in Uttarakhand, where he is likely to celebrate Christmas and the New Year.

Sachin should retire: DC poll


An overwhelming 82 per cent of viewers of Deccan Chronicle online feel that is it is time for Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar to hang up his boots.

In an online poll conducted by www.deccanchronicle.

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

Rain delays second day's play in Brisbane Test


An early lunch was taken as rain continued to prevent a start to the second day's play in the first cricket Test between Australia and South Africa at the Gabba on Saturday.

The wicket remained cover

Thackeray slams government for India-Pakistan cricket

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Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray, who has long opposed India-Pakistan cricket ties, Monday asked party activists "not to permit" the forthcoming matches between the two countries anywhere in India.

In a

Shinde welcomes Pak team's visit to India, Thackeray differs


With Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray expressing his displeasure over the invitation extended to the Pakistan's cricket team by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Union Home Minister Sus

Kohli is next in line for long-term captaincy


Virat Kohli is Indian cricket’s batting prince who is the clear heir to the throne. The day cannot be far off when he will be leading Team India, perhaps as soon as Dhoni gives up his occupation of th

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