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HindustanTimes Sat,19 Apr 2014

India vs England 2011: News

Hussain's 'donkey' comments irk BCCI

The BCCI today took strong objection to former England captain Nasser Hussain's comparison of Indian cricketers to 'donkeys', saying the comment was totally uncalled for.

Rahane, a ray of hope for Indian cricket

Rahane has a penchant for making a strong first impression, and at the Old Trafford on Wednesday he made 61 off 39 balls on his debut in India colours. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal writes.

My vision was blurred, felt like puking: Gambhir

Recuperating from a concussion that ruled him out of the ongoing ODI series against England, Indian opener Gautam Gambhir said he was struggling massively with a blurred vision and would have let the team down by staying back on what has become a disaster of a tour.

England shelve 'secret plan' for India

England shelved their plan to use a "secret delivery" to flummox Indian batsmen in the ODI series as the management feared the ICC could ban it for violating the spirit of the game, a UK daily has reported.

PK delivers with brain, not brawn

If Rahul Dravid is the batting star of the visitors, Praveen Kumar is the bowling hero. He is a cerebral performer who outwits the batsmen with craft, reports Sanjjeev K Samyal. Praveen in numbers

Cutting down on delicacies to balance game and girth

In this fit England side, the Gujarati-speaking Samit Patel stands out. Amidst the athleticism of Ian Bell, the chiseled frame of Tim Bresnan and the lean and mean look of Stuart Broad, Patel is the odd man out with his bulging waistline. But then cricket is not only about sprinting and diving. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal writes.

Demoralised India wait for miracle turnaround

The horror seems far from over as an injury-ravaged Indian cricket team gears up for the third cricket one-dayer against England on Friday, still looking for that elusive win which would lift the sagging morale of the battle-weary side.

Swann dedicates India series win to London Zoo!

Athletes dedicating wins to their families, friends and even pets is quite common but flamboyant England off-spinner Graeme Swann has dedicated the ODI series triumph over India to the London Zoo because he happened to have a good time there.
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