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Double hundred is an anniversary gift to my wife: Rohit

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Mohali : India stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma dedicated his third double century to his wife Ritika Sajdeh on the occasion of their second marriage anniversary today. “I’m happy my wife is here with me on this special day. I know she would have liked this gift from me. She has been my strength. She has always been there for me. ...

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Two good on second anniversary: 208 not out

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Mohali : Rohit Sharma needed nine more runs to get his double hundred when the last over of the Indian innings began at the IS Bindra stadium here on Wednesday. It was of course gettable, but he could have missed it too. However, there was perhaps not a single soul in the far-from-packed stadium who thought Sharma wouldn’t get there. ...

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Indian footballer drowns in Australia

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New Delhi : A day after her death was confirmed, parents of a football player are still waiting to hear from the authorities, both Indian and Australian, about how she died. Nitisha,15, and our other girls were swept away by a huge wave at Adelaide’s Glenelg beach on Sunday. The five girls and a few other members of the Indian ...

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Hurt and embarrassed, India seek revenge in Mohali

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Hurt and embarrassed, India seek revenge in MohaliMohali, December 12 : Handed an embarrassing defeat in the inaugural ODI, a wounded India would look to get even against an inspired Sri Lanka in a do-or-die second match, here on Wednesday. The loss not only hurt but was also an eye-opener for a team that has been dominant all throughout the ...

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India can pip SA to top of ODI rankings with Lanka ‘whitewash’

Dubai, December 9 : India go into their One Day International series against Sri Lanka starting on Sunday with the aim of winning 3-0 and overtaking South Africa to take top position in the ICC ODI Team Rankings.India, who are top-ranked in Test cricket, are on 120 points in the ODI rankings, only one point behind South Africa and will go ...

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