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  • Ajinkya Rahane,Shreyas Iyer sizzle as Mumbai beat Karnataka

    Bengaluru : Skipper Ajinkya Rahane and Shreyas Iyer struck tons as Mumbai routed Karnataka by 88 runs in their Elite Group ‘A’ Vijay Hazare Trophy match here on Friday. Asked to bat first, Mumbai posted a mammoth 362-5 in their 50 overs before bundling out Karnataka for 274.

  • Rahul, Pant’s gutsy effort in vain

  • Ajinkya Rahane and Radhika Dhopavkar: Simple yet charming love story of Team India's 'Mr Dependable'

    Love Match! Ajinkya Rahane and Radhika Dhopavkar: Simple yet charming love story of Team India’s ‘Mr Dependable’

    Love story is a topic which everyone loves to know and read about. Cricketers are also not an exception to this. Ajinkya Rahane, Team India’s ‘Mr Dependable’ has kept his relationship with Radhika Dhopavkar ‘secret’ till their marriage that took place in Mumbai in 2014. Sometime later, Rahane admitted that Radhika was his ‘childhood lover’ who has encouraged him in various ways during the early stages of his career.

  • I analysed my batting after Lord’s Test: Rahane

    Nottingham : Indian vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane says he analysed his batting a lot after twin failures in the first two Tests against England, the effort resulting in a characteristically gritty 81 at Trent Bridge.

  • Ajinkya Rahane: Indian batsmen made mistakes

    London : India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane has admitted that the visiting batsmen committed mistakes under challenging conditions as his side were bowled out for just 107 runs in the first innings of the second Test at Lord’s.

  • India vs England 2nd Test: The quicker we learn from our mistakes, the better for us, says Ajinkya Rahane

    London: India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane has admitted that the visiting batsmen committed mistakes under challenging conditions as his side were bowled out for just 107 runs in the first innings of the rain-affected second Test against England at Lord’s. The inept technique coupled with a fragile temperament of Indian batting was thoroughly exposed as they crumbled to 107 all out against a top quality England seam attack

  • Dada warns India against changing and chopping

    Birmingham : Former captain Sourav Ganguly has urged Indian batsmen Murali Vijay and Ajinkya Rahane to bat with more determination and advised skipper Virat Kohli to not chop and change the playing XI after defeat in the first Test against England.

  • Who’s catch was that! Rahane drops Keaton Jennings and Virat’s expression says it all; Watch video

    The opening Test of between England and India at Edgbaston is currently underway with first few overs were intense. England captain Joe Root won the toss and without any hesitation decided to bat first. However, for the visitors the start turned out to be quite tricky as players looked nervous and one of them was Ajinkya Rahane. Rahane was fielding at the slip cordon and failed in

  • England Test series a test of mind and character: Ajinkya Rahane

    London: India’s vice captain Ajinkya Rahane on Monday said the upcoming Test match rubber against England will be a test of mind and character, adding that making quick adjustments according to the demands will be key.

  • Ganguly: Rahul, Rahane not looked after properly

    New Delhi : Former captain Sourav Ganguly has slammed the Indian team management for not “looking after” two of its best batsmen, K L Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane, saying constant experimentation in the middle-order is hurting the “top-heavy” side.

  • Rohit Sharma likely to take YoYo test tomorrow, Rahane kept on stand by

    New Delhi: The drama surrounding Indian limited overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma’s YoYo test continued as he is now set to appear for the fitness test tomorrow at the NCA in Bengaluru. It is learnt that Test team vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane has been kept on stand by as of now in case Rohit fails to clear the 16.1 qualifying mark.

  • Ajinkya Rahane after winning one-off Test against Afghanistan: We wanted to be ruthless in our approach

    Bengaluru: India’s stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane today said his side were determined to be “ruthless” in their approach after the hosts demolished Afghanistan by an innings and 262 runs inside two days in its debut Test match here. The Afghans’ dream of scripting a fairytale turned into a virtual nightmare as they were found to be painfully short of experience for the longest format and were bowled out for 109

  • India vs Afghanistan test: India win toss, elect to bat  

    Bengaluru: India skipper Ajinkya Rahane won the toss and elected to bat in the one-off Test against debutant Afghanistan at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here today. Former India all-rounder Salim Durani, who was born in Kabul, performed the spin of the coin. He also handed a memento to Afghanistan skipper Stanikzai.