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The trophy that eluded Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar's much awaited ton-of-tons has not only left his fans in anticipation, but it has also made Cricket Australia (CA) to wait arduously, as it intended to present the Indian batsman with a memento on reaching the historic feat.
Big mood swing, the smiles are back
Almost an hour after Virat Kohli's stunning effort kept India afloat in the CB Series, Rohit Sharma relaxed, riding the Segway trolley — the one that looks like a hopping bicycle for children but is the automated one-wheel trolley used by mobile cameramen at the Bellerive Oval.
Virat's wide range
Kohli slams Australians for not playing in spirit of game
Star Indian batsman Virat Kohli today lashed out at the Australian players for not playing in the spirit of the game in his side's tri-series match against the hosts in Sydney on Sunday.
It has to be the best innings of my career, says Kohli
We had the firepower to beat Sri Lanka: Dhoni
Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said today he was confident his team had the firepower and to chase down the imposing target set by Sri Lanka in the 11th ODI of the Commonwealth Bank Series.
Clarke wins Australia's top cricketer award
Captain Michael Clarke claimed his third Allan Border Medal as Australia's cricketer of the year after also winning Test player honours and just missing out on the one-day international award today.
Team status: It’s too complicated!
India are apparently not serious about dousing the simmering feud between skipper MS Dhoni and the trio of Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir and Sachin Tendulkar.
What India need to do
Dhoni denies any rift with Sehwag: Reports
'3 NGOs diverted foreign funds to organise Kudankulam stir'
Freezing cold vibes at nets, but team insists all is well
Sacking Ponting was tough: Clarke
Australian captain Michael Clarke has said he was partly responsible for the sacking of former skipper Ricky Ponting from the one-day squad.
Australia begin ODI era without their Punter
ODI career over, to bat on in Tests: Ricky Ponting
Australia's two-time World Cup winning cricket captain Ricky Ponting today conceded that his one-day career is over but stopped short of announcing a formal retirement from the format.
Ponting ODI achievements
Punter dropped, will BCCI take the cue?
Waugh expects Ponting to fight for Test survival
Out or not out? Third umpire causes confusion in Brisbane ODI
It was a comedy of errors which Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not find funny at all.
Ample scope for India to learn from Australia's Centre of Excellence
While the NCA, which was supposed to be a "finishing school" at the time of inception a little over a decade ago, has become a "rehabilitation centre" for injured cricketers, the Centre of Excellence continues to be an academy dedicated to the cause of nurturing talent.
'The way they bowled is frustrating'
There are many similarities between India's outgoing bowling coach Eric Simons and his predecessor Venkatesh Prasad.
The Aussie sporting spirit
If you ask an auto rickshaw driver at the Delhi airport to take you to ‘Kotla’ or tell a cabbie in Kandivali to drop you at the ‘Wankhede’, the common response would be, “Kahaan bole?” (where did you say?).
Dansie recalls Don of an old era
He is four months shy of turning 84, but his memory is as sharp as the cut shots he used to play. No wonder Neil Dansie, a former South Australia batsman and selector, vividly remembers January 14, 1949.
Nothing but love of the game for Lanka boys
After the International Cricket Council withheld payment to Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) - one of the worst managed cricketing bodies in the world - for co-hosting the 2011 World Cup, following allegations of misappropriating funds, the players were affected the most.
Now, Peta approaches Sreesanth for ‘fixing’
Salman Khan: the most eligible bachelor?
Yerwada jail, Dutt’s new home
Ranbir Kapoor undergoes surgery
Aishwarya to join Madonna, Beyonce for London concert
iGate's Phaneesh Murthy fired after sexual harassment probe
This is a case of extortion, says Phaneesh Murthy
Four more players likely to be arrested on the basis of leads from Sreesanth's interrogation
Rise and fall of Phaneesh Murthy
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