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Observing Dhoni helped me learn <strong>how</strong> to control game: Rayudu

Observing Dhoni helped me learn how to control game: Rayudu

11 Jul 2015

Harare: Pleased with his match-winning hundred in the cliffhanger against Zimbabwe, Indian batsman Ambati Rayudu said observing Mahendra Singh Dhoni handle pressure has helped him learn how to control the game in tough situations.

India beat Zimbabwe,   Indian batsman,   Ambati Rayudu,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  
Want to learn from Mahendra Singh Dhoni <strong>how</strong> to keep calm under pressure: Virat Kohli

Want to learn from Mahendra Singh Dhoni how to keep calm under pressure: Virat Kohli

12 Dec 2015

Mumbai: Praising Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his ability to keep cool in the face of adversity, Indian Test captain Virat Kohli yesterday said he is eager to learn this art of maintaining composure at all times from his predecessor.

Virat Kohli,   Virat Kohli on Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Virat Kohli on MSD,   Virat Kohli on captaincy,   India vs South Africa,   Latest sports news,  
Spinners did not <strong>get</strong> credit they deserved: Amit Mishra

Spinners did not get credit they deserved: Amit Mishra

01 Dec 2015

New Delhi: India's spinners have accounted for 47 out of 50 South African wickets in the Test series so far but leg-spinner Amit Mishra is a little disappointed that debate on nature of pitches has undermined the good performances of Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja and him.

Indian Spinners in Ind vs SA Test Series,   Amit Mishra on Spinners Performance,   Amit Mishra,   Ind vs SA Test Series,   Latest Sports News,  
Commonwealth Games keen to <strong>get</strong> cricket back on the bill

Commonwealth Games keen to get cricket back on the bill

01 Dec 2015

Manikata (Malta): The Commonwealth Games is in talks with the International Cricket Council about bringing the sport back into the four-yearly event, organisers said. The Commonwealth Games Federation, which controls the second-biggest multi-sport event after the Olympics, said it was keen to get cricket back on the bill, with the Twenty20 shortest format of the game a particularly 'exciting' prospect.

Commonwealth Games wants Cricket Back,   Cricket in Commonwealth Games,   Commonwealth Games,   Cricket,   Latest Sports News,  
Let's see <strong>how</strong> aggressive is Kohli as captain: Warner

Let's see how aggressive is Kohli as captain: Warner

04 Jan 2015

Sydney: Australian opener David Warner on Tuesday said it would be interesting to see how “fiery” Virat Kohli would be when he leads the Indian side out in the fourth Test. “I’d like to see him, if he’ll come out with the same aggression as last Test, if he will do it as captain,” Warner said.

Australian opener,   David Warner,   Virat Kohli,   Indian cricket team,   Test series in Australia ,  
We only <strong>get</strong> love in India, not security threat: Afridi

We only get love in India, not security threat: Afridi

13 Mar 2016

Kolkata: Floored by the warm reception in India after their arrival for the World Twenty20 Championship, Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi today said they have never felt any security threat in the country.

Shahid Afridi,   Pakistan team,   World Twenty20,   WT20,   Edan Garden,   Latest Sports News,  
ICC WT20: Pakistan team expected to <strong>get</strong> clearance for departure to India today

ICC WT20: Pakistan team expected to get clearance for departure to India today

11 Mar 2016

Karachi: Suspense over Pakistan's participation in the World Twenty20 is expected to be over today with the country's government likely to clear its national cricket team's departure to India for the mega-event.

ICC World T20,   ICC world T20 2016,   Ind vs Pak,   India vs Pakistan,   Eden Gardens match,   Shaharyar Khan,   Latest sports news ,  
TOP Scheme shows <strong>how</strong> sport treated unequally in India: Pankaj Advani

TOP Scheme shows how sport treated unequally in India: Pankaj Advani

11 May 2015

New Delhi: Twelve-time world champion cueist Pankaj Advani feels the government-run TOP Scheme for India's Olympic medal hopefuls clearly shows how sport is treated unequally in the country.

Pankaj Advani,   Billiards,   Sports in India,   Snooker,   Rio Olympics,   Lastest sports news,   Latest news,  
Sachin Tendulkar did not know <strong>how</strong> to make double, triple tons: Kapil Dev

Sachin Tendulkar did not know how to make double, triple tons: Kapil Dev

29 Oct 2015

Dubai: Former India captain Kapil Dev says the iconic Sachin Tendulkar "did not know how to make double hundreds, triple hundreds and 400 though he had the ability" to scale such peaks and was "stuck in the Mumbai school of cricket".

India cricketers,   Kapil Dev,   Sachin Tendulkar,   Master Blaster,   Latest News,  
BCCI extends deadline for DDCA to <strong>get</strong> World T20 clearances

BCCI extends deadline for DDCA to get World T20 clearances

06 Feb 2016

New Delhi: The BCCI yesterday provided a lifeline to the faction-ridden Delhi and Districts Cricket Association, giving the body time till February 8 to procure the required compliance certificates for hosting its share of the World Twenty20 matches.

DDCA clearances,   DDCA and BCCI,   BCCI on DDCA,   World T20 in India,   World T20,   Latest sports news,  

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