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The function is expected to be held in Mumbai, in all probability on the eve of Team India's departure for a month-long tour of New Zealand...As it wasn't a level-playing field, the Zee-promoted rebel league was doomed to fail...Narayanswamy
I ndia will start their two-Test series against South Africa in Johannesburg on Wednesday with an aim to close the gap with the number one ranked side in the world on the ICC Test Team rankings table. South Africa enter the series as the clear
Former India pacer Venkatesh Prasad on friday said left-arm seamer RP Singh was back in his elements and should be considered for the tour to New Zealand. Urging the national selectors to set their eyes on RP, Prasad said: "He is taking wickets, but
India were outplayed in the first two ODIs before the third and final match was called off midway on Wednesday. Ishant, who returned to some form with figures of 4/40 in the abandoned game, said things are not as bad as they seem. "Everyone is an
00 New Delhi: Hockey India Secretary General Narinder Batra on Monday took moral "responsibility" for the country`s early ouster from the Hero FIH Junior Men`s World Cup and apologised to the fans for letting them down.
55 Zee Media Bureau/Chaitan Papnai New Delhi: Before taking a flight to the rainbow nation, everything was colourful for the Indian team. They were on a winning spree, as they had won six ODI tournaments this year, preceding the SA tour.
It's a make or break situation for Team India in the second ODI today. A defeat at Kingsmead for the visitors means losing the three-match ODI series. After a shameful defeat of 141 runs in the first ODI, at Johannesburg, India would certainly look
India's cricket team captain MS Dhoni. (AFP) India's captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, couldn't care less...He just doesn't need to. "Most international sportsmen feel defined, to some degree, by the results they achieve on the field," said Eric Simons,
AP The buoyant Indian team wants to start their South Africa tour on a winning note when they face the hosts on Thursday. Gaining in confidence with every series, India's in-form young batsmen are set to be put through their sternest test this season
Englishfan.... You sound too optimistic..... playing tests against SA in SA, with the kind of attack they have in Steyn, Morkel, Philander..... There is no respite for batsmen... no bowler to target.... and all three are very very different......