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Don’t get verbal, MSD tells Sree

Jan. 1: Shanthakumaran Sreesanth’s jaffa to get rid of Jacques Kallis in the second Test at Kinsgmead was equivalent, if not better, to Balwinder Singh Sandhu’s bowled dismissal of West Indies opener

Proteas under pressure: Mahi

Jan. 1: India were in the same situation four years ago when they came to Cape Town with the series level one-all. Under Rahul Dravid’s leadership, they had won the first Test against South Africa in

Dhoni men eye final flourish

Jan. 1: Die Kaapse dokter is the local name for the strong, persistent and dry south-easterly wind that blows on the South African coast from spring to late summer. The wind coupled with the hot sun t

Raise the bar for umpiring, says Dhoni

Nov. 11: When VVS Laxman and Zaheer Khan were adjudged leg-before off deliveries that produced an inside edge in the first Test at Motera, umpire Steve Davies faced the wrath of the hosts, not to ment

Gauti our best bet, says Dhoni

Nov. 11: One of the chief architects in India’s meteoric rise to the top of the ICC Test rankings has been opener Gautam Gambhir, whose helped India register many memorable wins. However, the wheels o

Dhoni, Sanga slam pitch

July 30: A meaningless day of Test cricket, that frankly, the players could have done without. India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was not averse to the idea of the final day’s play being scrapped when

Yuvi, Gambhir ruled out as Lanka bat against India in second Test


Colombo, July 26: Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara won the toss and elected to bat in the second cricket Test against India at the Sinhalese Sports Club on Monday.

India, trailing 1-0 in the three-

Ponting not in favour of changes in Oz batting line up for India tour

Sydney, Jul 26: Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has said that the prospect of changes to the team’s batting line-up for October’s Test tour of India is remote.

Only Simon Katich (46.75) and Michael

India look up to Dhoni, Laxman to save 1st Test


Galle (Sri Lanka), July 22: India are hoping that skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and VVS Laxman would bat long enough, like they did against South Africa early this year, and heavens would do them a fav

Sangakkara, Paranavitana dominate a lacklustre Indian attack

Galle (Sri Lanka), July 19: Kumar Sangakkara and Tharanga Paranavitana compiled dominating centuries as Sri Lanka piled up 256 for two against India on the first day of the first cricket Test here Sun

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