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Fri, 29 Apr 2016 21:33:54 GMT

No need to panic after losing one or two games, says Nehra
Hyderabad, Apr.

TERI should have ousted or suspended Pachauri: Lawyer
New Delhi, April 22 (IANS) A day after environmentalist R.K. Pachauri 'stepped down' from TERI's governing council, lawyer Vrinda Grover on Friday said he should have been asked to step down by authorities or suspended long ago.

Uncapped Tabraiz Shamsi replaces injured Badree in RCB squad
Royal Challengers Bangalore have called in South Africa chinaman bowler Tabraiz Shamsi as a replacement for injured West Indies legspinner Samuel Badree for the ongoing ninth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Targeting to play May 6 game against Gujarat: Yuvraj
Mumbai, April 21 (IANS) Recuperating Sunrisers Hyderabad's star batsman Yuvraj Singh said on Thursday he is currently recovering well and is hopeful of returning to Indian Premier League (IPL) action against Gujarat Lions on May 6.

My senseless mistake caused World T20 loss to India: Mahmudullah
Still hurting from the one-run loss to India in last month's ICC World Twenty20, Bangladesh batsman Mahmudullah said it was his "senseless mistake" that led to the team's defeat in the heart-stopping game.

None of us had dinner after India defeat: Mashrafe Mortaza
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has revealed that he and his team-mates skipped dinner after their gut-wrenching one-run defeat against India in the recently concluded World T20.

Exams held at NIT, many outstation students skip
Srinagar, Apr 11 () As peace returned to NIT here, examinations were conducted at the institute today as per the schedule but many outstation students skipped it, deciding to avail of the opportunity of taking the test later.

KKR skittle out Delhi Daredevils for 98
Kolkata, April 10 (IANS) Two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) put up a clinical performance with the ball to skittle out Delhi Daredevils for a mere 98 runs in 17.4 overs in an Indian Premier League (IPL) encounter at the Eden Gardens here on Sunday.

Anupam Kher says NIT visit a 'symbolic gesture'
Bollywood veteran actor Anupam Kher on Sunday said that he was visiting Srinagar's National Institute of Technology (NIT) to express solidarity and provide moral support to the students.

Sachin is a legend, not proper to compare with Kohli: Kapil
Kolkata, Apr 9 () Former India skipper Kapil Dev today sought to downplay the oft-repeated comparison between Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli saying it's not proper to compare the two. "Where is the need for such a comparison? Sachin on his own is a legend. Virat Kohli is playing at an early stage.

No added pressure on South Africa, says Duminy
Experienced South Africa all-rounder Jean Paul Duminy doesn't think there is any additional pressure on him and his team mates going into the ICC World Twenty20 Championships.

Ireland coach Bracewell banking on teamwork, Rankin
As an off-spinner, New Zealand's John Bracewell would not have turned too many heads in his heydays. But it is the 57-year-old's ability as a cricket coach that has left an impressive imprint on the sport.

Bumrah's ability to bowl yorkers impressive: Waqar Younis
The Pakistan team might have been knocked out early from the Asia Cup, but coach Waqar Younis is still happy with the performance of comeback man Mohammad Amir.

Aggressive Virat Kohli good for game: Shahid Afridi
Pakistan failed to fire at the Asia Cup but skipper Shahid Afridi believes his side can make amends at the upcoming World T20. In a chat with TOI, Afridi spoke about his team's chances, the innings he played in the 2009 World T20 final at Lord's and more.

Mustafizur's IPL entry great sign for Bangla: Bashar
Former Bangladesh captain and current selector Habibul Bashar has seen the side find its footing on the international stage since it played its first Test match back in 2000.

Bumrah is a much-improved bowler: McGrath
McGrath, who is currently in Chennai to train the pacers at the MRF Pace Foundation, spoke about Australia's chances in the forth coming T20 World Cup.

India has failed to protect its bowlers: Wasim Akram
The Asia Cup will be played for the first time in a Twenty20 format. Pakistan bowling legend Wasim Akram, who is in Bangladesh to do commentary, says he's looking forward to the India-Pakistan clash and the tournament.

Malinga taught me how to use yorkers: Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah wouldn't have made his India debut if Mohammed Shami stayed fit for the Australia series.

Indian pacers don't know what to do with the old ball: Shoaib Akhtar
Former Pakistan express bowler Shoaib Akhtar expressed fears on Wednesday that lack of on-field action between India and Pakistan may dilute the fierce cricketing rivalry between the two neighbours.

People have assumed that I can't play T20s, ODIs: Cheteshwar Pujara
Having played a major role in India's twin series victories against Sri Lanka and South Africa, Cheteshwar Pujara is now eyeing a Ranji Trophy title with Saurashtra and a place in the shorter formats too.

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