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Few good training days better than many sessions: Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Few good training days better than many sessions: Mahendra Singh Dhoni

02 Mar 2015

Perth: Indian team's irregular sessions may have surprised many but skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels that it is better to do three days of "high intensity" training rather than six days of "mediocre" workout to keep fresh in a marathon tournament like the cricket World Cup.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   ICC Cricket World Cup 2015,   India cricket team,   India cricket team skipper,  
<strong>China</strong> defends docking of its submarines in Sri Lanka

China defends docking of its submarines in Sri Lanka

02 Mar 2015

Beijing: China on Monday strongly defended the docking of its submarines at Colombo port as well as the high interests rates charged for its loans asserting that these were done at the instance of the previous government, brushing aside concerns expressed by new Sri Lankan Foreign Minister.

China,   Sri Lanka,   submarines,   Sri Lankan Foreign Minister,   Mangala Samaraweera ,  
Lahiri eyes title in <strong>World</strong> debut at Cadillac Championship

Lahiri eyes title in World debut at Cadillac Championship

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Fresh off his Hero Indian Open win, star golfer Anirban Lahiri is now hoping his debut at this week's USD 9.25 million World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship will lead him a step closer towards his dream of becoming India's first Major champion.

Indian Open golf,   Indian golfer,   Anirban Lahiri,   World Golf Championships,   Cadillac Championship ,  
Setting aside rancour over Hong Kong, <strong>China</strong> welcomes Prince William

Setting aside rancour over Hong Kong, China welcomes Prince William

02 Mar 2015

Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping gave a warm welcome to Prince William on Monday as he began the first visit to the mainland by a member of the British royal family in almost three decades, setting aside the rancour with London over Hong Kong.

Chinese President,   Xi Jinping,   Hong Kong,   China,   Prince William in China,  
Strong bench key to South Africa's <strong>World</strong> Cup campaign

Strong bench key to South Africa's World Cup campaign

02 Mar 2015

South Africa's impressive depth was underlined in their emphatic World Cup win over West Indies on Friday and with paceman Vernon Philander and JP Duminy out injured, the Proteas will again rely on their "bench" to shine against Ireland.

South Africa cricket team,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Vernon Philander,   JP Duminy,   South Africa vs Ireland,  
Seven-over McIlroy set to <strong>miss</strong> cut at Honda Classic

Seven-over McIlroy set to miss cut at Honda Classic

28 Feb 2015

Palm Beach Gardens: World number one Rory McIlroy was set to miss the cut after shooting a four-over par 74 in his second round of the Honda Classic on Friday to go seven-over for the tournament.

World number one golfer,   Rory McIlroy,   Honda Classic golf ,  
Muslims safer in India than anywhere else in <strong>world</strong>: Adityanath

Muslims safer in India than anywhere else in world: Adityanath

02 Mar 2015

Hubballi: Firebrand BJP MP Yogi Adityanath said Muslims are safer in India than anywhere else in the world and the majority community is liberal by nature.

Yogi Adityanath,   BJP,   Muslims,   India,   Mohan Bhagwat,  
Australia's Maxwell mocked for Kiwi 'choke' gesture

Australia's Maxwell mocked for Kiwi 'choke' gesture

02 Mar 2015

Sydney: Australia's Glenn Maxwell was both mocked and praised today after video emerged of him making a 'choking' gesture just moments before Kane Williamson launched the giant six that won Saturday's World Cup clash for New Zealand.

Glenn Maxwell,   Kane Williamson,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Australia vs New Zealand,  
Changes demanded after England's latest <strong>World</strong> Cup flop

Changes demanded after England's latest World Cup flop

02 Mar 2015

Melbourne: The incoming chairman of England's cricket board has flagged a review of the team's approach to the one-day format after a third crushing loss at the World Cup.

England cricket board,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Sri Lanka beat England,  
Ireland face De Villiers threat in WC clash against SAfrica

Ireland face De Villiers threat in WC clash against SAfrica

02 Mar 2015

Canberra: On a roll after two wins, Ireland will face their biggest challenge of tackling a rampaging AB de Villiers when they clash against South Africa in a pool B match of the cricket World Cup here on Tuesday.

Ireland vs South AFrica,   AB de Villiers,   ICC ODI World Cup,  

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