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Young Indian batsmen not weak against spin: Sachin Tendulkar

Two years after his retirement, the iconic Sachin Tendulkar reckons that Indian cricket is moving in “good direction” though there is still room for improvement. Tendulkar said as long as there is drive, things will be on track for the young team Indian team, which is currently engaged in a …

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Ravi Shastri lauds CAB groundstaff after Eden Gardens fiasco

Team India director Ravi Shastri today lauded the groundstaff even as the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) may come under severe criticism for their ‘inefficiency’ to hold the India-South Africa Twenty20 match which was called off without a ball being bowled because of wet outfield. “Where will the water go? …

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Mirza-Hingis battle into China Open women’s doubles semis

Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis remained on course for their eighth women’s doubles title after advancing to the semi-finals of the China Open here on Thursday. The top seeded Indo-Swiss pair battled past German-Czech pair of Julia Goerges and Karolina Pliskova 7-6 (5), 6-4 …

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AR Rahman to join Brazilian footballer Pele on his Kolkata tour

Brazilian football great Pele will be joined by Academy and Grammy award-winning Indian musician A R Rahman during his three-day sojourn in Kolkata, organisers said in Mumbai on Thursday. The Mozart of Madras, who’s composing music for the three-time World Cup winner’s biopic Pele: Birth of a Legend, has confirmed …

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ISL 2015: Devastating news for Atletico de Kolkata fans

In what could be a disastrous news for ISL defending champions Atletico de Kolkata, their marquee player will be out of action for a minimum of 3-4 weeks confirmed the team’s sports director Alberto Marrero on Tuesday. Also Read: ISL 2015: Postigo helps ATK edge past Chennaiyin FC in opener …

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India’s Defeat amidst disruption

If it was India’s bowling that let them down in their defeat in the first T20 International in Dharamsala, it was the turn of the batsmen in the second. In what was a meek surrender by the star-studded batting line-up, India were bundled out for 92 in just 17.2 overs …

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