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McCullum gives NZ hope after Harbhajan hundred


Hyderabad, Nov. 15: New Zealand held the upper hand for most part on Monday thanks to an unbeaten century by Brendon McCullum but Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s men did some leg work in the final session to t

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

Get set for historic Test

Nov. 11: Indian cricket’s evergreen firefighter VVS Laxman finally getting to play the highest grade of cricket at his home ground after 115 Tests. Sachin Tendulkar on the verge of an unprecedented 50

Batting burden for Oz in Bengaluru

Oct. 7: Ending on the losing side after being just a wicket away from victory can be tough to cope with but the Australian squad appear to have erased the agonising loss at Mohali out of their minds a

MSD all praise for elder statesmen

July 31: It’s been three weeks since the Indians arrived here. Apart from a resolute double-hundred from a batsman who has seen it all and a century from a debutant who had to wait the longest to shif

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

Honours even in dull draw

July 30: A dull, drab day that questioned the very existence of the Test format. At a time where duration cricket is fast losing its relevance to the glitterati of the shorter formats, the final day’s

Tendulkar doubles Sri lankan misery

July 29: Stubborn efforts from Sachin Tendulkar and Suresh Raina stubbed out the last competitive element the fourth day of this dying secnd Test had in store. Equally responsible efforts from skipper

Coach basks in Suresh’s glory

July 29: Debutant Suresh Raina, who cracked 120 against Sri Lanka in the second Test on Thursday, was not only inspired by his Team India teammates, but also his long time coach Sat Pal Krishan.


Raina is Test material, says impressed Sachin

July 29: Over the years the pupils have changed, but the master has remained the same. It was Suresh Raina’s good fortune to have a fabulous guide in Sachin Tendulkar as he made history at the SSC by

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