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Sourav Ganguly would do a great job as India coach, says Brett Lee

Sourav Ganguly would do a great job as India coach, says Brett Lee

26 May 2015

Melbourne: Former Australia pacer Brett Lee feels ex-India skipper Sourav Ganguly has a huge wealth of knowledge and would do "a great job" if he is appointed as India's new head coach.

Brett Lee,   Sourav Ganguly,   Team India coach,   Indian cricket team,   Indian cricket coach,   Duncan Fletcher,   Latest News ,  
The complete list of 2014-15 CEAT <strong>Cricket</strong> Awards

The complete list of 2014-15 CEAT Cricket Awards

26 May 2015

Mumbai: Indian middle order batsman Ajinkya Rahane won the Indian Cricketer of the Year award while former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara clinched the International Cricketer of the Year honour at CEAT cricket rating awards ceremony on Monday.

Ajinkya Rahane,   Indian Premier League,   Rohit Sharma,   CEAT Cricket Awards,   Kumar Sangakkara,  latest sports news,  
Revival game seemed like a debut match for Pakistan, says skipper Misbah

Revival game seemed like a debut match for Pakistan, says skipper Misbah

26 May 2015

Karachi: Pakistan's Test skipper Misbah-ul-Haq is overjoyed at the response of the Pakistani people to the return of international cricket on home soil after six long years. He said the enthusiasm of the crowd in Lahore during the first Twenty20 against Zimbabwe was unparallelled.

Pakistan cricket,   Test series,   Misbah-ul-Haq,   Pakistan Cricket Board,   latest sports news,  
PCB bans left-arm spinner Raza Hasan for two years

PCB bans left-arm spinner Raza Hasan for two years

26 May 2015

Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) banned left-arm spinner Raza Hasan from playing any form of cricket for two years after later failing a doping test. The PCB had conducted dope tests during the Pentangular One-Day cup in January 2015 in Karachi.

PCB,   Pakistan Cricket Board,   Raza Hasan,   Doping test,   latest sports news,  
No decision yet on playing Pakistan: Rajiv Shukla

No decision yet on playing Pakistan: Rajiv Shukla

25 May 2015

Kolkata: Amid speculation over the fate of India-Pakistan cricket series, IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla on Monday said no final decision has been taken yet as there are certain issues that need to be resolved.

India Pakistan cricket series,   IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla,   BCCI,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  
We are thinking of bettering Champions League T20: Anurag Thakur

We are thinking of bettering Champions League T20: Anurag Thakur

25 May 2015

Kolkata: The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) top brass on Monday said that they are trying to devise a strategy to make Champions League T20 more exciting in near future.

Indian Cricket Board,   BCCI,   Champions League T20,   Indian cricket board,   Latest News,  
<strong>Cricket</strong>-Pakistan chief proposes home matches in India

Cricket-Pakistan chief proposes home matches in India

24 May 2015

New Delhi: The south Asian neighbours may not share the best of relations but Pakistan would like to play their home matches in India, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shahayar Khan said.

BCCI,   India,   India Pakistan Series,  IPL,   PCB,   Rajiv Shukla,   Shahyar Khan,   Latest Sports News ,  
No decision on Sourav Ganguly's appointment yet: BCCI secy Anurag Thakur

No decision on Sourav Ganguly's appointment yet: BCCI secy Anurag Thakur

25 May 2015

Kolkata: Amidst heavy speculation that Sourav Ganguly is being considered for a coaching role with the Indian cricket team, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur on Monday said the Board is yet to take a decision on the matter.

Sourav Ganguly,   Indian cricket team,   BCCI secretary,   Anurag Thakur,   Indian cricket Board,   Latest news,  
 Beware! Childhood nightmares give rise to adolescent psychotic disorders

Beware! Childhood nightmares give rise to adolescent psychotic disorders

25 May 2015

London: Researchers at the University of Warwick have found a significant link between the presence of persistent nightmares in childhood and psychotic experiences in adolescence. For the study, the team used a sample of 4,060 individuals from a British birth cohort.

Childhood nightmares,   psychotic disorders,   University of Warwick,   nightmares,   adolescence,   Latest lifestyle news,  
First Test: Anderson and Broad stun New Zealand

First Test: Anderson and Broad stun New Zealand

25 May 2015

London: James Anderson and Stuart Broad gave England hope of a sensational victory in the first Test as New Zealand's top-order collapsed at Lord's on Monday. The tourists saw their second innings get off to a dreadful start, with both openers out for a duck, and they were 12 for three when Ross Taylor was dismissed.

James Anderson,   Stuart Broad,   Lords cricket ground,   Ross Taylor,   England vs New Zealand,   Latest News,  

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