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Retired cricketers may be joining politics but it is not a one-way seat. Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh is all set to scale new heights in his career by becoming the cricket coach of Team India. Though Manmohan Singh’s experience with cricket doesn’t extend beyond waving his hands and showing the V-sign during the odd [...]

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Following longstanding atrocious commentary by Sunil Gavaskar, a PIL was today filed in the Supreme Court to prohibit Sunil Gavaskar from commenting on Cricket matches. The notorious serial PIL petitioner and Supreme Court advocate ML Sharma cited news reports of increasing depression related suicides in the country following India’s cricket matches. The National Crime Records [...]

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A Kashmiri student who was booked by the UP government for sedition for praising Pakistani commentator Rameez Raja has found absolutely no support from across the country, not from Kashmiri politicians, not from Kashmiri separatists, not even from Prashant Bhushan. On the contrary, thousands have lauded UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav for his bold decision. [...]

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Beleaguered stand in skipper Virat Kohli said he is very proud of his boys for going down narrowly to arch-rivals to prolong a losing streak since the South African tour. Kohli claimed that the Indian team is doing its bit to win the hearts and minds of the cricket boards and public of other cricket [...]

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Although India have finally ended their overseas drought by registering a morale boosting win over a strong opposition, Bangladesh, concerns regarding India’s bowling still persist. Yesterday, it was Varun Aaron’s turn to trend on social media for his wayward bowling, triggering a ‘bring back Ishant Sharma’ online petition campaign. Concerned with mounting jokes about the [...]

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Suresh Raina has opted out of this year’s IPL, after the Home Ministry confirmed that it could not guarantee security for matches in India this year on account of elections, leaving South Africa as the most likely venue. The talented southpaw has not given any specific reason for dropping out beyond saying he needed a [...]

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Amidst speculation that the Indian Premier League might have to be moved to South Africa due to lack of security because of the impending general elections to be held around the same time, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has sent a written request to the Election Commission of India, asking that [...]

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1) Indians are big fans of Justin Bieber. Since both he and Kane Williamson are doppelgangers, Indians did not have the heart to get him out. 2) The boys watched Rahul Gandhi’s interview by Arnab Goswami on the eve of the fifth ODI have not yet completely recovered. 3) Rohit Sharma forgot to pack his [...]

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Following the recent debacles against South Africa and New Zealand in the ODIs, the BCCI is proposing amendments to ODI rules which will be applicable when India is playing abroad. Being the consummate professional organization, ranked first in all matters of transparency, probity, integrity and accountability, the BCCI has elicited views based on a survey [...]

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Arvind Kejriwal’s career graph has been steep: CM within a year of entering politics, PM contender in 2014, putative US Presidential candidate in spring, 2014. At this rate, the day won’t be far when he assumes the most powerful office on earth, at least in the eyes of Indians. Yes, we are talking about taking [...]

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