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Monday. ''Our feet are well and truly cemented on the ground,'' Clarke said. Australia's previously lousy record this year and midyear turmoil make the turning of the tables on England more remarkable. ''In our opinion it's not a fluke that we've won
If you haven't heard about Sukhdev Dhaba in Murthal, it is about time you did. For this popular parantha and lassi joint on the GT Road just before Panipat is in the top most checked into destination on Facebook in India, rubbing shoulders with top
Australia's stunning turnaround from Ashes joke to juggernaut in a few months has been the culmination of good, hard grind and paceman Mitchell Johnson finding himself in a supportive attack, according to captain Michael Clarke. Australia crushed
England are heading for a 5-0 Ashes series drubbing in Australia unless they can recover mentally from two crushing defeats, former captain Michael Vaughan said on Monday. Australia won the second test by 218 runs in Adelaide on Monday, having opened
The Australians were again ruthless in bouncing the England tail with close fielders on both sides of the wicket. ''Anyone lower down the order, it's obviously tough for them against a guy who is bowling so quick. They're working very hard in the
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has said that playing away from home since 2009 after other countries refused to tour the country on security grounds might have brought adverse psychological effects on the national team players.
04 Sambhalpur: Virender Sehwag again came cropper in his desperate bid to cross 50-run mark as Delhi managed three points by virtue of their first innings lead against Odisha in a group A Ranji Trophy encounter here on Monday.
English batsman Jonathan Trott has returned home from the Ashes cricket series that is under way in Australia. Trott has been one of England's most prolific run-scorers in recent years. However, he was dismissed cheaply twice by Australian fast
The 39-year-old seamer is approaching his 23rd season, and sixth as captain, with the Red Rose county...The Yorkshire-born all-rounder succeeded Australian Stuart Law as skipper in 2009 and led them to their first outright County Championship title
Why VCs Don't Care About Your Pitch Not Dressing the Part. Many young CEOs think their own brilliance is enough to carry them. Maybe they watched The Social Network and think they can get away with wearing hoodies. I admit I used to be in this camp