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  • Changes in approach may help KL Rahul, says Sanjay Bangar

    Hyderabad: KL Rahul’s prolonged bad patch has been a talking point for some time now but the Indian team management continues to defend him stoically, with batting coach Sanjay Bangar insisting there was nothing wrong with his methods or technique. On a placid batting track, the Karnataka opener was out for four off 25 balls. He looked like playing on a different pitch compared to young Prithvi Shaw at the other end.

  • Time to test middle-order

    Having already secured berth in the final, India look to give batsmen game time against Afghanistan  

  • India take on gritty Bangladesh

    Men in Blue face Mortaza & Co’s challenge in the Asia Cup Super Four encounter

  • Nimrat Kaur responds to rumours of dating Indian cricket team coach Ravi Shastri

    Actress Nimrat Kaur today responded to reports which suggested that the Airlift actress is dating Indian cricket team coach Ravi Shastri. Nimrat Kaur tweeted her respond which reads, “Fact: I may need a root canal. Fiction: Everything else I read about me today. More facts: Fiction can be more hurtful, monday blues exist and I love ice cream. Here’s to trash free happy days ahead✌�✨”

  • Ajit Wadekar Passes Away: Team India pays tribute to former captain in England

    After the demise of former captain Ajit Wadekar the whole Indian team paid tribute to him in Nottingham. Wadekar was 77 years old when he died on Monday and wishes have been pouring in since. Earlier today BCCI tweeted a photo of Indian team, holding a two-minute silence to condole Ajit’s death. Indian team is in Nottinghamshire preparing for the third Test against England.

  • Cricket’s Lost Talent! Amit Mishra, bowls perfect leg break but left alone for most of his career

    In India everybody wants to be a cricketer and it is very difficult to make a mark, and even if you are half as talented or equally talented as Sachin Tendulkar was, or Anil Kumble was, you would still need more than talent to break into the Indian cricket team. There have been surplus stories of cricketers despite being talented not making it to the Indian team. One such story is of

  • India vs England: We would have bowled out any team in world under these conditions, says James Anderson

    London: England pacer James Anderson has said the conditions on day two of the second Test against India here were perfect for bowling and his side would have bowled out any batting line-up in the world under similar situations. Anderson took his 27th Test five-wicket haul, picking 5/20, as India were bowled out for 107 runs with rain intervening thrice during this innings.

  • They’ll be missed! Look how Indian cricketers enjoyed wonderful time with wives in England

    Presence of wives of Indian cricketers during matches has become a common phenomenon now. Often, fans have witnessed spouses of Indian cricketers cheering from the stands during a cricket match. This has reached a new level now as wives of Indian cricketers also follow them to overseas tournaments. Cricketers enjoying company of wives during foreign tours is the new trend now.

  • Wow! Gautam Gambhir's elder daughter Aazeen clears the 'Yo-Yo' test, watch video

    Wow! Gautam Gambhir’s elder daughter Aazeen clears the ‘Yo-Yo’ test, watch video

    The ‘Yo-Yo’ test has become mandatory for the players to be selected in the current Indian team. Though the test has come under severe criticism for being an only criterion of selection, the management has ensured that none of the players skips the important test. And now, taking a funny dig at the yo-yo test, Gautam Gambhir tweeted a video of his elder daughter Aazeen doing few running exercises including the cone

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    India vs England 3rd ODI: England beats India by 8 wickets, wins ODI series

    Leeds: Star batsman Joe Root continued his splendid run with a second successive century as England produced another impressive allround display to canter to a comprehensive eight-wicket win over India in the series-deciding final ODI to wrap up the three-match series 2-1 on Tuesday.

  • Virat Kohli hugging Anushka Sharma post T20 win in England will leave you awestruck

    It was victory for the Indian Cricket Team led by Captain Virat Kohli after a glorious win at the T20 International series against England which was scored 2-1. Rohit Sharma’s century and Virat’s impressive 43 runs out of 29 balls helped the team have the upper hand in the game.

  • India Tour of Australia 2018-19: CA trying to convince India for a day-night Test in Adelaide

    Sydney: Cricket Australia is trying to convince India to begin their four-match Test series of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy with a day-night game at Adelaide from December 6-10. While releasing Australia’s international playing schedule today, CA Chief Executive Officer James Sutherland said his Board is in discussions with the BCCI to convince them to play a day-night Test in Adelaide.

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    5 videos of captain cool MS Dhoni and Ziva which proves he is a super dad

    The former Indian cricket team skipper MS Dhoni perfectly plays the role of a charismatic skipper who guides his team to victory. But off-field too, MSD is an encouraging father to Ziva. After finishing his duty as a captain by helping his side, CSK towards victory against RCB, Dhoni is back in father mode. Dhoni earlier shared an adorable video featuring himself with daughter Ziva.

  • Fletcher should get credit for Indian cricket’s smooth transition, says Kirsten

    New Delhi : Handling a transition phase for any successful unit is a challenge in itself and that’s why the Indian cricket team’s most successful former head coach, Gary Kirsten, feels that Duncan Fletcher played a “huge role” during his four-year tenure, which has now become a footnote.

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