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Windies walk-out a collapse of governance

Windies walk-out a collapse of governance

25 Oct 2014

Kingston (Jamaica): Former Jamaican prime minister PJ Patterson has described the West Indies' walk-out of the India tour as "humiliation" and says it has exposed "a total collapse of a governance system" in the administration of the game by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).

Kingston,   Jamaica,   Former Jamaican prime minister,   PJ Patterson,   West Indies,   walk-out,   India tour,  
English experience to help Indians in <strong>Australia</strong> <strong>tour</strong>: Laxman

English experience to help Indians in Australia tour: Laxman

24 Oct 2014

Kolkata: VVS Laxman on Friday said that the English experience would help the cricketers do well in the grueling Australia tour that precedes the World Cup.

VVS Laxman,   Australia tour,   2015 World Cup,   Indian cricket team,  
Shehzad's fifty stretches Pakistan's lead in first Test

Shehzad's fifty stretches Pakistan's lead in first Test

25 Oct 2014

Dubai: Opener Ahmed Shehzad hit a solid half-century to help Pakistan strengthen their position in the first Test against Australia here on Saturday.

Ahmed Shehzad,   Pakistan,   Dubai,   Australia,   Test series,   Test match,  
Oz launches 'Match <strong>Australia</strong>' ahead of ICC World Cup 2015

Oz launches 'Match Australia' ahead of ICC World Cup 2015

25 Oct 2014

Melbourne: Australia has launched the 'Match Australia Sports Business programme' ahead of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in an aim to promote its trade, investment, tourism and international education with the participating nations including India.

Austalia cricket,   Match Australia,   CA,   World Cup,   Melbourne,  
India name 21-member hockey squad for Oz Test <strong>tour</strong>

India name 21-member hockey squad for Oz Test tour

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Sardar Singh will lead a 21-member Indian men's hockey squad for the four-match Test tour of Australia to be held in Perth from November 4 to 9.

New Delhi,   Sardar Singh,   21-member Indian men's hockey squad,   four-match Test tour,   Australia,   Perth,  
PM Modi likely to en-route Fiji after <strong>Australia</strong>

PM Modi likely to en-route Fiji after Australia

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In an antithetic move Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to visit Fiji on November 19, a day after a bilateral meeting with his Australian counterpart Tony Abbot in Canberra. This will be the first time in three decades that an Indian PM will be touring Pacific  Islands.

Narendra Modi,   Fiji,   Australia ,   Australian Parliament,   Narendra Modi,   Tony Abbot,   Canberra,   G-20 meeting,  
Never wanted to abandon India <strong>tour</strong>: Marlon Samuels

Never wanted to abandon India tour: Marlon Samuels

24 Oct 2014

Kingston: West Indies stroke-maker Marlon Samuels said he never wanted to be part of the one-day team's plan to abandon the tour of India, and revealed he stayed away from most of the players' meetings during the troubled tour.

Kingston,   West Indies,   Marlon Samuels,   one-day team,   players' meetings,   WICB,   Wavell Hinds,  
Pakistan in command despite Warner's century

Pakistan in command despite Warner's century

24 Oct 2014

Dubai: Pakistan’s spin bowlers shared six wickets between them to take control of the first Test against Australia despite a brilliant hundred by David Warner on the third day on Friday. Warner smashed 133 for his ninth Test century and his third in as many innings to match the indomitable Donald Bradman.

Pakistan vs Australia,   David Warner,   Donald Bradman,  
<strong>Australia</strong>, Indonesia, South Korea absent as China launches World Bank rival in Asia

Australia, Indonesia, South Korea absent as China launches World Bank rival in Asia

24 Oct 2014

Shanghai: Australia, Indonesia and South Korea skipped the launch of a China-backed Asian infrastructure bank on Friday as the United States said it had concerns about the new rival to Western-dominated multilateral lenders.

Australia,   Indonesia,   South Korea,   absent nations,   China,   launch,   World Bank rival,   Asia,   World Bank,   WB,  
Taking 20 wkts will be key to success in <strong>Australia</strong>: Gavaskar

Taking 20 wkts will be key to success in Australia: Gavaskar

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: India's success in the upcoming Australia tour would hinge upon their ability to take 20 wickets, reckons former batting great Sunil Gavaskar. India, who have been juggling with their team set-up for quite some time now, will take on Australia in a three-Test series in December before competing in tri-series, which will also involve England.

Indian cricket team,   India tour of Australia,   Sunil Gavaskar ,  

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