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US is a special market: MS Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

USA is a “special” market for cricket and there is no reason why the game can’t be successful here, asserted captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on the eve of India’s first international match on American so

‘Sledge King’ wants to remain calm

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David Warner will lead Australia in the remaining three ODIs. (Photo: AP)

Virat Kohli inspires me, says Sami Aslam

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Besides Kohli, Aslam also revealed how legendary Sachin Tendulkar's speech inspires him to keep improving his game.

Phil Simmons warns West Indies of vengeful India

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India is going to be coming looking for revenge for the semifinal loss in World T20, said the Windies coach.

Emulate India, play more home Tests: Faf du Plessis

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You can't copy the feeling of winning a Test match in any other format, especially in T20s, said the South African batsman.

Arjuna Ranatunga bemoans Sri Lanka’s reliance on spin

Amila Aponso

Sri Lanka’s heavy reliance on its spin bowlers threatens to undermine their chances at the next cricket World Cup on the faster pitches of England, according to former skipper Arjuna Ranatunga.

Sri Lanka vs Australia: George Bailey stars as Australia take 2-1 series lead

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Tillakaratne Dilshan is accorded guard of honour as he walks out to bat in his final ODI. He made 42. (Photo: AP)

Happy with bowlers' show on batters' paradise: Dhoni

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Despite KL Rahul's unbeaten hundred, India lost the first T20 against West Indies by a run.

Disappointed we lost but good we fought: Lokesh Rahul

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Rahul scored his maiden Twenty20 International century in 46 balls and stayed unbeaten on 110.

As the mist begins to clear somewhat on Kashmir, a few salient points are staring the country in the face.

The RSS has now dropped all pretence of being a “cultural” body, the cloak behind which it hid since the ban imposed on it after Gandhiji’s assassination was lifted, and is unapologetically showing it