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Indian women’s cricket star needed boy’s haircut to play

The teenager has become known for her aggressive batting. But her father, Sanjeev Verma, told of the struggle to get her daughter accepted in games

Kohli joins Tendulkar with six centuries in Australia

In bringing up 100, he becomes the second-fastest batsman to 25 Test centuries in terms of innings, with 127, and the crowd showered him with applause

The enigma of Virat Kohli

India’s captain is set on leading on his own terms, no matter what his haters have to say

Slow-starting India can’t be written off

The visitors’ bowlers can clearly cause serious damage but it’s up to their batsmen to rebound

India ready to face Proteas despite admin issues

The Indian cricket team says it has no part in the administrative problems between Cricket SA and the Board of Cricket Control in India.

‘One in a billion’ Tendulkar bids farewell to the game

Sachin Tendulkar is saying goodbye to the game of cricket, after a record-breaking career that set new batting standards for 24 years.

The last score: Tendulkar dismissed for 74 in farewell game

Indian cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar has been dismissed for 74 runs amid emotional scenes in his last international match.

Cricket’s ‘ideal son’ Tendulkar bows out in final match

Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has taken to the pitch for his 200th and final Test, bidding farewell to his adoring public.

Mumbai soar ahead with IPL victory

West Indian batsman Dwayne Smith smashed 14 runs off the last three balls to help Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by two wickets in the IPL.

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