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Joe Burns replaces injured Mitch Marsh for Boxing Day Test

Joe Burns replaces injured Mitch Marsh for Boxing Day Test

21 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Batsman Joe Burns was on Sunday handed an unexpected Test debut as he replaced all-rounder Mitchell Marsh in a 13-member Australian cricket squad for the third Test against India starting December 26.

Joe Burns,   Test series in Australia,   Mitchell Marsh,   Australian cricket squad,   third Test against India,  
Smith should captain Australia in all formats: Harris

Smith should captain Australia in all formats: Harris

21 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Australian pacer Ryan Harris feels stand-in Test skipper Steve Smith should be handed captaincy in all three formats if Michael Clarke fails to recover in time for next year's ODI cricket World Cup.

Australian pacer Ryan Harris,   Australian Test skipper Steve Smith,   Michael Clarke,   ODI cricket World Cup,  
Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI

Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI

21 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With close decisions going against India of late, current and former cricketers feel it is high time the BCCI give its nod to the contentious Decision Review System as refusal to accept technology is hurting the team badly.

India vs Australia,   Indian cricketers,   BCCI,   Decision Review System,   DRS,   Indian cricket team,  
Dale Steyn rips through Windies, Proteas post huge win

Dale Steyn rips through Windies, Proteas post huge win

20 Dec 2014

Pretoria: Right arm pacer Dale Steyn ripped through the West Indies top order to claim his 25th five-wicket haul in test cricket and give South Africa an innings and 220-run victory on the fourth morning of the first test on Saturday.

Pretoria,   Right arm pacer,   Dale Steyn,   West Indies,   Five-wicket haul,   Test match,   South Africa,   Proteas,   Port Elizabeth,   Boxing day Test,  
Ebola-ravaged Liberia holds long-delayed Senate vote

Ebola-ravaged Liberia holds long-delayed Senate vote

21 Dec 2014

Monrovia: Liberians have voted in long-delayed Senate elections in the Ebola-ravaged west African nation as UN chief Ban Ki-moon wound up a regional tour to assess the fight against the epidemic.

UN Chief,   Ban Ki-Moon,   Ebola,   Senate Elections,   West African Nation,   World Health Organization ,  
India tour fiasco: WICB, players blamed for pull-out

India tour fiasco: WICB, players blamed for pull-out

15 Dec 2014

Port of Spain: The West Indies Cricket Board, players and its union have been blamed for the India series fiasco when the team dramatically pulled out midway into the tour over a payment dispute with the board and WIPA, according to a task force set up by WICB.

West Indies Cricket Board,   WIPA,   One-day Internationals,   Twenty20,   ODI,   ,  
Police seek <strong>third</strong> party help IS twitter handler case

Police seek third party help IS twitter handler case

20 Dec 2014

Bengaluru: Investigators are taking third party assistance in examining tweets posted by the alleged handler of pro-Islamic State (IS) Twitter account, Mehdi Masroor Biswas, a top police official said.

Investigators,   Tweets,   Islamic State,   ISIS Twitter,   Mehdi Masroor Biswas,  
<strong>Third</strong> round of fancy motor numbers launched

Third round of fancy motor numbers launched

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Motorists who could not get fancy registration numbers for their vehicles in first and second attempts, have now another chance to flaunt these numbers with Delhi government launching third round of e-auction policy.

fancy motor numbers,   Vehicles,   Deolhi government,   e-auction policy ,  
Ban Ki-moon pledges UN support to Ebola-hit <strong>West</strong> Africa

Ban Ki-moon pledges UN support to Ebola-hit West Africa

20 Dec 2014

Freetown: UN Chief Ban Ki-moon has pledged support for Ebola-ravaged countries seeking to end the world's worst outbreak of the virus and rebuild their health systems as he began a tour of the three hardest-hit nations.

UN Chief,   Ban Ki-moon,   Ebola-ravaged countries,   Ebola mission,   World Health Organization,   Ebola,   United Nations,  
Pakistan must improve fielding standards: Waqar Younis

Pakistan must improve fielding standards: Waqar Younis

20 Dec 2014

Sharjah: Pakistan coach and pace legend Waqar Younis has said his side needs to revamp its fielding standards and batting against short-pitched deliveries to be competitive enough at the impending 2015 One-Day International (ODI) World Cup in February-March 2015.

Sharjah,   Pakistan coach,   Waqar Younis,   2015 ODI World Cup,   New Zealand,   Abu Dhabi ,  

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