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Fri, 22 Aug 2014 12:19:51 GMT

Are WAGs really a distraction?
"It's a game. You win some, you lose some. Own it up and stay quiet. And don't act like idiots in pointing fingers at wives and girlfriends," says Bishen Bedi.








Are WAGs really a distraction?
"It's a game. You win some, you lose some. Own it up and stay quiet. And don't act like idiots in pointing fingers at wives and girlfriends," says Bishen Bedi.








'Players looked jaded after second Test'
With the jury still out on the reasons behind India's abject surrender in England, sources close to the team said that the players lost fizz after the second Test.








'Players looked jaded after second Test'
With the jury still out on the reasons behind India's abject surrender in England, sources close to the team said that the players lost fizz after the second Test.








There's only one boss, the captain: Shastri
Ravi Shastri said he was like an "elder brother" who would try to inject positivity in the Indian cricket team, and that MS Dhoni would continue to be in charge.


There's only one boss, the captain: Shastri
Ravi Shastri said he was like an "elder brother" who would try to inject positivity in the Indian cricket team, and that MS Dhoni would continue to be in charge.








SA take ODI series 3-0 against Zimbabwe
Opener Quinton de Kock smashed 84 as a weakened South Africa crushed Zimbabwe by seven wickets to complete a whitewash in their three-match ODI series.








SA take ODI series 3-0 against Zimbabwe
Opener Quinton de Kock smashed 84 as a weakened South Africa crushed Zimbabwe by seven wickets to complete a whitewash in their three-match ODI series.








How Team India can bounce back
With the BCCI appointing Ravi Shastri as a director of cricket affairs, it's time to focus on improving performance ahead of the one-day series in England.








How Team India can bounce back
With the BCCI appointing Ravi Shastri as a director of cricket affairs, it's time to focus on improving performance ahead of the one-day series in England.








India have their work cut out: McGrath
The glaring irony just can't be missed when you see Australia Tourism brand ambassador, Glenn McGrath, welcoming Indian tourists Down Under to see cricket.








India have their work cut out: McGrath
The glaring irony just can't be missed when you see Australia Tourism brand ambassador, Glenn McGrath, welcoming Indian tourists Down Under to see cricket.








Mumbai reject Bangar bags India job
Sanjay Bangar played 12 Tests for India, most of them as a make-shift opener. His high point as a player was setting up the Leeds Test win against England in 2002.


Mumbai reject Bangar bags India job
Sanjay Bangar played 12 Tests for India, most of them as a make-shift opener. His high point as a player was setting up the Leeds Test win against England in 2002.








I will find out what went wrong: Shastri
For someone who started his Test career batting at No. 10 and became one of India's most successful openers, life has been a challenge for Ravi Shastri.








I will find out what went wrong: Shastri
For someone who started his Test career batting at No. 10 and became one of India's most successful openers, life has been a challenge for Ravi Shastri.


Changes focus on symptom, not disease
BCCI - stung by India team's 1-3 Test series loss in England - has, once again, opted for a line of treatment that focused on the symptom and not on the disease.








Changes focus on symptom, not disease
BCCI - stung by India team's 1-3 Test series loss in England - has, once again, opted for a line of treatment that focused on the symptom and not on the disease.








Ravi Shastri put in charge for ODI series
The Indian cricket board (BCCI) on Tuesday cracked the whip on Team India's support staff following the MS Dhoni-led squad's horror show in England Test series.








Ravi Shastri put in charge for ODI series
The Indian cricket board (BCCI) on Tuesday cracked the whip on Team India's support staff following the MS Dhoni-led squad's horror show in England Test series.


Ravi Shastri appointed as Team Director
Cracking the whip following India's shambolic Test series against England, the BCCI virtually sidelined coach Fletcher by appointing Ravi Shastri as the Team Director.








Ravi Shastri appointed as Team Director
Cracking the whip following India's shambolic Test series against England, the BCCI virtually sidelined coach Fletcher by appointing Ravi Shastri as the Team Director.


Alastair Cook keeps celebrations simple
Alastair Cook is a nice bloke. The England captain admitted on Sunday that he would have quit had it not been for the encouragement from his wife Alice.








Alastair Cook keeps celebrations simple
Alastair Cook is a nice bloke. The England captain admitted on Sunday that he would have quit had it not been for the encouragement from his wife Alice.


The spat and its after-effects on India
The series will be remembered for the Anderson-Jadeja spat, which threatened to snowball into a crisis after the team management charged the England pacer.













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