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  • Pujara's Kanpur transformation augurs well for India

    KANPUR: Of all the things that went right in the Test series opener against New Zealand, Cheteshwar Pujara's transformation from an obdurate accumulator of runs to a free-scoring batsman when needed must be the most pleasing for India captain Virat Kohli...

    India's Test number three feels he has no obligation to quench the boundary-thirst of the home fans, shuns the aerial route like a man inflicted with the fear of flying and...

  • Morgan, Root help England eclipse India in Kanpur

    Skipper Eoin Morgan and batting mainstay Joe Root engineered England's easy chase to secure their seven-wicket victory against India in the first Twenty20 International on Thursday...

    Beaten in the preceding test and one-day series, England showed discipline with the ball to stifle India's vaunted batting order, restricting them to a modest 147-7 at Kanpur's Green Park Stadium...

  • New Zealand heading for defeat in Kanpur Test

    KANPUR: Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin claimed three wickets to have New Zealand reeling on 93 for four at stumps on Sunday as the hosts tightened their grip on the first Test...

    New Zealand were still 341 runs behind their mammoth target of 434, with Luke Ronchi (38) and Mitchell Santner (8) battling on in India’s 500th Test...

  • ICC confident about smooth staging of Pakistan-India match

    NEW DELHI: Despite T20 World Cup clash between India and Pakistan in Dharamsala facing uncertainty, the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday said it is confident of the marquee game going ahead as scheduled and has no plans of shifting the venue...

    ”Pakistan are scheduled to play their first game on March 16 against the winner of the Group A qualifier...

  • Visa woes: ‘Chachas’ to miss Pakistan-India World T20 match

    ISLAMABAD: As Pakistan take on arch-rivals India in a high voltage World Twenty20 game on Saturday in Kolkata, they will miss two of their key attractions: 'chachas' Abdul Jalil and Mohammad Zaman...

    The two die-hard cricket fans, prominent because of their facial hair, dress and decades spent hitting the stands, will miss out on the World Twenty20 championship in India due to visa issues...

  • India-Australia T20 series drawn after third match abandoned

    HYDERABAD: The third and deciding Twenty20 International between India and Australia was abandoned without a ball being bowled after officials called off play due to a wet outfield in Hyderabad on Friday...

    India skipper Virat Kohli and Australia’s stand-in captain David Warner shared the honours with the series ending drawn 1-1...

  • India beat Sri Lanka in deaf cricket match

    LAHORE: Fine batting by Indrajeet Yadav and later good bowling by Vipul Patel (3-25) helped India beat Sri Lanka by 18 runs in the first match of the first T20 Asia Deaf Cricket Cup match at the LCCA ground here on Tuesday...

    Other key contributors for India were Parath Gujjar (20) and Kaldeep Singh (22)...

  • Gujarat leader threatens to disrupt India-SA match

    NEW DELHI: Hardik Patel, the 22-year old leader of Gujarat’s powerful Patel community has threatened to disrupt the India-South Africa cricket match in Rajkot on Sunday, reports said on Friday...

    Mr Patel, who wants job and educational quotas to be extended to his largely affluent and politically influential community, said his followers would block the way of Indian and South African cricket teams to the Rajkot stadium on the match...

  • India thrash Bangladesh in Asia Cup opening match

    DHAKA: India has beaten Bangladesh by 45 runs in the opening match of the Asia Cup in Dhaka on WednesdayBig-hitting opener Sharma smashed 83 off 55 balls to help India overcome a shaky start to score 166-6 before some excellent bowling by left-arm pacer Ashish Nehra and other medium pacers restricted hosts Bangladesh to 121-7...

    Bangladesh earlier opted to bowl first on a rain-soaked pitch and made good use of the conditions to put...

  • India needs more than Rafale jets to match China: experts

    NEW DELHI: India may have just spent billions of dollars on hi-tech French fighter jets, but experts say it needs to do a lot more if it is going to face up to an increasingly assertive China...

    " The air force says it needs at least 42 squadrons to protect its northern and western borders with Pakistan and China...

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