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Support heaped onto India’s Singh

Thousands of well-wishers have sent messages of support to India's World Cup-winning all-rounder Yuvraj Singh who has been diagnosed with cancer.

India looks to level Australia series

Sachin Tendulkar hopes there's safety in numbers at the Sydney Cricket Ground as India attempts to level the four-test series with Australia.

Dhoni does not want Tendulkar milestone to be distraction

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not willing to let Sachin Tendulkar's expected 100th international century become a distraction.

England world’s number one after India thrashing

England became the world's number one Test side as they beat India by an innings and 242 runs to win the third Test at Edgbaston.

Dhoni guides Chennai to easy win

Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni hammered an unbeaten 63 as Chennai Super Kings defeated Delhi Daredevils by 18 runs on Thursday.

India on the verge of last eight, Kamran faces axe

India virtually wrapped a World Cup quarter-final place on Wednesday as Pakistan's keeper Kamran Akmal faced being deposed by his own brother.

Imran Khan backs India to lift World Cup

Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan feels India are the favorites to win the upcoming World Cup.

Proteas pacemen destroy India

South Africa's fast bowlers struck early to set up a comprehensive 135-run win in the first one-day international against India on Wednesday.

Steyn takes six wickets as India dismissed for 205

Dale Steyn took his 15th Test "fifer" as India were dismissed for 205 before lunch on day two of the second Test at Kingsmead on Monday.

India captain Dhoni signs mammoth endorsement deal

India cricket captain MS Dhoni has signed an endorsement deal with a talent management company worth $42-million, it was reported on Tuesday.

World Twenty20 ‘too close to call’

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has predicted a keen contest during the World Twenty20, saying the race for the title was too close to call.

Play resumes in Kolkata after rain delay

The fourth day's play in the final Test between India and South Africa started 93 minutes later than scheduled on Wednesday because of overnight rain.

India declare with mammoth lead at Eden Gardens

VVS Laxman and Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit centuries to put India in sight of a series-levelling victory over South Africa in Kolkata on Tuesday.

India power ahead in Kolkata

VVS Laxman and Mahendra Singh Dhoni put on 164 for the seventh wicket to consolidate India's in the final Test against South Africa on Tuesday.

Smith hails Proteas’ team spirit

Proteas captain Graeme Smith hailed the maturity shown by his team in adverse circumstances after they won the opening Test against India on Tuesday.

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