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English batsmen perhaps lack real ambition: Ted Dexter
Former England captain picks his favourites
Former England captain Edward Ted Dexter, who spent a few days in the city on a private visit with wife Susan, spoke to
on batting (and captaincy). Dexters own CV is, of course, impressive: 4,502 runs in 62 ... |
Captain Bhutia appeal to Patel
The first interaction between the acting president of the All India Football Federation (AIFF) Praful Patel and national ... |
BCCI forms panel to monitor suspect bowling action
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday said that a three-member panel will monitor players with su ... |
Smith may miss home series too
South Africa captain Graeme Smith has admitted that he may have to sit out of the return series against Australia at hom ... |
Baptism by fire!
Mumbai start favourites
Bolstered by the return of Sachin Tendulkar and Zaheer Khan, Mumbai will start favourites again..
Indians face big names
Somdev Dev Varman and Prakash Amritraj, the two Indian wild cards, have received challenging dr..
Forest send City crashing 3-0
Nottingham Forest, struggling at the wrong end of the Championship (se ... |
Mankad to focus on doubles
Harsh Mankad doesnt like offering lame excuses, figuratively and ... |
Rohan Bopanna received a shot in the arm after managing a tie-up with ... |
No plan for Lanka tour, says BCCI
The Board of Control for Cricket in India chief administrative officer ... |
WI win a thriller
West Indies beat New Zealand by five wickets with 1 ball remaining in ... |
Scuffle mars EB-Bagan tie
The Eden on Saturday witnessed a nasty on-field scuffle during a CAB f ... |
Sri Lanka were 371 for six on Day I of the second and final Test again ... |
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