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Kuldeep owes it to Warne
Kuldeep Yadav had the Australians in all sorts of trouble on Saturday. And guess what, it's a Austra... | Read
Not easy to pick Yadav: Matthew
Wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade admitted that the Aussies did have problems in picking Kuldeep Yad... | Read
Sachin,Sourav praise Kuldeep
Kuldeep Yadav impressed many with his performance on Test debut, against Australia, on Saturday. And... | Read
WTA is mulling change in rules
The governing body for women's tennis, WTA, is considering changing the rules to allow coaches to in... | Read
For Matthew Hayden, India vs Australia is Holyfield vs Tyson
Matthew Hayden, who changed the dynamics of opening in Test cricket, spoke to The Telegraph from Dha... | Read
Mexico win 2-0
Striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez scored a record-equalling 46th international goal to... | Read
Bengal eye title No. 32
Bengal would look to secure their 32nd Santosh Trophy football title, while Goa seek their sixth whe... | Read
Heartbreak for Ricciardo
Daniel Ricciardo was left apologising to the Red Bull garage after his hopes of becoming the Austral... | Read
Spain have it easy vs Israel
Italy survived some first-half scares on the way to a 2-0 win over Albania in a World Cup qualifier ... | Read
Lewis Hamilton grabs his 62nd pole in record time
Lewis Hamilton took pole for Mercedes at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Saturday but Se... | Read
Raonic, Nadal advance
Big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic made a strong return to competition on Friday by beating Viktor Tr... | Read
Bangla win by 90 runs 
Dambulla: Opener Tamim Iqbal struck his eighth hundred and shared a 144-run stand with Shakib-al Has... | Read
Kuldeep surprises Aussies, onus now on India batsmen
Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav made a memorable debut with a four-wicket haul that negated Steve Smit... | Read
Smith equals Cook
? The HPCA Stadium in Dharamsala became the 27th ground to host a Test in India and the 114th overal... | Read
Need more runs: Amla
New Zealand’s muddled use of the DRS allowed Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla to lead to some so... | Read

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