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Officials play down Delhi fears after Twenty20 switch

Security concerns over the Commonwealth Games have not been intensified by the decision to shift a leading Twenty20 competition abroad.

Pietersen warms up to captaincy

Kevin Pietersen believes his first major away tour as England captain would help him mould the team with a demanding 2009 season ahead.

Cautious India dig in after England hit back

England's bowlers pegged back a defensive India by reducing the hosts to 134-4 in the second innings on the fourth day of the final Test on Monday.

Gambhir, Dravid sparkle before England rally

India's Gautam Gambhir and Rahul Dravid compiled a 314-run partnership before spinner Graeme Swann led an England fightback in the second Test.

Gambhir century gives India the edge

Opener Gautam Gambhir hit his third century in four Tests to lead India to 179-1 on the first day of the second Test against England on Friday.

Reality bites for India after League setback

The postponement of a lucrative Twenty20 Champions League in India has added to fears regional security concerns.

India beat England in third one-day clash

India claimed a 16-run win over England under the Duckworth-Lewis method in a weather-hit third one-dayer on Thursday.

Kumble retires as third Australia Test ends in draw

India skipper Anil Kumble was set to officially announce his retirement as the third Test against Australia ended in a tame draw on Sunday.

Survivor Clarke rallies Australia with century

Michael Clarke on Saturday scored his eighth Test hundred to ensure Australia all but denied India victory in the third Test.

Australia collapse leaves India in command

India debutant spinner Amit Mishra grabbed his third wicket to reduce Australia to 174 for seven and facing the prospect of a rare follow-on at lunch.

Ganguly, Dhoni lift India, Hayden falls early

Saurav Ganguly made a century and Mahendra Dhoni just missed out on one to lead India to 469 all out on day two of the second Test against Australia.

Ganguly nears century as Australia toil

Saurav Ganguly closed in on his 16th Test hundred to guide India to a solid 401 for six at lunch on day two of the second Test against Australia.

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