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Cricket

India let down by batsmen
Gautam Gambhir, replacing Shikhar Dhawan at the top of the order, was fortunate to receive a couple of juicy deliveries on leg stump, which assisted him to get off the mark.
Sangakkara, Jayawardene shine in rain-hit first Test
The left hander rises to fourth place in the list of century-makers
Rain frustrates England
Rain frustrates England
Cook’s men are 237 for six in reply to India’s 152 all out, Root batting on 48 and Buttler on 22
BCCI seeking ‘revamp’ of ICC Code of Conduct
As James Anderson escaped any sort of censure for the ‘pushgate’ incident involving him and Ravindra Jadeja, the Indian cricket board (BCCI) feels it is time that the ICC Code of Conduct undergoes a complete revamp.
Pakistan take charge against Sri Lanka
Younis Khan smashed 177 during a valiant fightback with the lower order batsmen as Pakistan gained the upper hand in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle on Thursday.
Stuart Broad blows India away at Old Trafford
Stuart Broad blows India away at Old Trafford
Visitors bowled out for just 152 on the first day of the fourth Test in Manchester
ICC decides against Anderson appeal
Judiciary commissioner Gordon Lewis last week cleared Anderson of breaching the ICC’s code of conduct after he clashed with Jadeja during the drawn first Test at Trent Bridge.
Younis Khan’s ton spurs Pakistan
Tourists reach 261-4 at the end of first day at Galle
Dhoni to team: Forget about Anderson issue
Speaking on the eve of the fourth test between the two sides at Old Trafford, Dhoni backed his players to focus only on taking a 2-1 lead in the series.
Sachin didn’t face a single ball in nets in 2003 WC: Dravid
Sachin Tendulkar produced a fairytale run in the 2003 World Cup, which, in his own words, included the biggest match of his career, without facing a single ball in the nets, according to former teammate Rahul Dravid, who says the iconic cricketer “defied imagination”.
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