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    Show more discipline and grit, Ravi Shastri tells batsmen

    Nottingham : Under-fire India coach Ravi Shastri on Thursday called on his struggling batsmen to show more discipline and grit when the third Test against England gets underway at Trent Bridge on Saturday.

  • Believe in yourself: Ravi Shastri’s mantra to struggling team

    Nottingham: Facing criticism from various quarters after India’s consecutive defeats in the first two Tests of the five-match rubber, head coach Ravi Shastri on Thursday urged his wards to believe in themselves when they take on England in the third cricket Test starting at Trent Bridge on Saturday.

  • Deepika Padukone’s reaction to Anushka Sharma’s ‘Sui Dhaaga’ trailer finally puts the tiff to rest?

    Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan’s upcoming film Sui Dhaaga: Made in India recently launched its trailer that received thumbs up from several biggies of tinsel town. The duo play play the role of a couple who become self-employed and start their own business. Anushka Sharma plays the role of Mamta who is an embroiderer, whereas Varun Dhawan as Mauji will essay the role of a tailor in the film. The film revolves

  • ICC ranks all batsmen No 1 in Test ranking after rapper Kayne West’s tweet

    In a bold move, International Cricket Council (ICC) ranked all batsmen No 1 after American rapper Kayne West shared a post on Twitter saying, “no one is better than anyone”. The ICC photoshopped the ICC Test batsmen rankings and put first rank in front of everyone’s names. Sharing the rankings, ICC shared a picture of West’s tweet and a list of ranking with every batsman having “=1”

  • Never give up on us: Virat Kohli

    London : Embattled India captain Virat Kohli called on the fans to back his team following consecutive losses to England in the ongoing Test series, hoping that they ‘never give up’ on the side.

  • Virat Kohli

    India vs England: Virat Kohli plea to fans, says “Never give up on us”

    London: Embattled India captain Virat Kohli called on the fans to back his team following consecutive losses to England in the ongoing Test series, hoping that they “never give up” on the side. “Sometimes we win and other times we learn. You never give up on us and we promise to never give up on you either. Onwards and upwards,” read a message on Virat Kohli’s official facebook page.

  • Kohli-Shastri in the dock for debacle

    New Delhi : The BCCI is likely to pose a few questions to chief coach Ravi Shastri and captain Virat Kohli depending on how the third Test against England pans out after being left disappointed by the team’s meek surrender in the first two games.

  • James Anderson is a special commodity: Joe Root

    London : Effusive in his praise for very effective James Anderson, England skipper Joe Root says the veteran paceman is a ‘special commodity’, who is getting better with age. The 36-year-old Anderson crossed the 100-wicket mark at Lord’s during England’s comprehensive victory in the second Test against India .

  • India greats slam team for Lord’s defeat

    New Delhi : India’s abject surrender in the first two Tests against England has drawn sharp criticism from some of the country’s celebrated former cricketers, who hoped the side would have the strength to bounce back.

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    Sui Dhaaga actress Anushka Sharma on her picture with Team India: I don’t react to trolls

    Mumbai: Actor Anushka Sharma, whose presence in a Team India group photo in London had attracted severe criticism online, today declined to get drawn into the controversy, saying she does not engage with trolls. The 30-year-old actor said her presence in the group photo did not flout any norms. “Whoever had to make a clarification that has been made. This was a trolling activity. I don’t react

  • Raising bat at Lord’s was boyhood dream: Chris Woakes

    London : Having endured frustrations of a long lay-off due to an injury, Chris Woakes felt ‘incredible’ after realising his ‘boyhood dream’ of scoring a Test hundred at the ‘Home Of Cricket’.

  • ‘Different Rules for Different Players’: Rohit Sharma raises eyebrows, likes tweet questioning Anushka Sharma’s presence with Team India

    Ahead of the high-octane encounter against England at Lord’s, Team India along with the entire coaching staff was hosted by the Indian High Commission in London. BCCI shared a picture of the same and fans too shared their reaction after they spotted Anushka Sharma, next to skipper Virat Kohli. Her presence raised many eyebrows among fans who raised questions as to why she is being allowed to