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BCCI shortlists six candidates for role of India’s coach

With the departure of Anil Kumble from the role of Indian cricket team’s role, 10 candidates applied for the post. However, the list was trimmed down to six on from ten Sunday. Ravi Shastri, Virender Sehwag, Tom Moody, Phil Simmons, Richard Pybus and Lalchand Rajput are the candidates who will appear in front of the

Lower-order batsmen captured critical moments: Tendulkar

Mumbai: Sachin Tendulkar has spoken highly of India’s lower-order batsmen for capturing the “critical moments”, which he felt played an important part in the team’s successful home season. India won 10 of their 13 Tests in series involving New Zealand, England and Australia, besides a one-off game against Bangladesh. “The season has been tremendous for

India can't take Aussies lightly: Tendulkar

India can’t take Aussies lightly: Tendulkar

Mumbai: Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar on Monday picked India as the favourites for the upcoming Test series against Australia but warned the hosts that it would be a mistake to take the team from Down Under lightly. India will play a four-Test series against Steve Smith’s men starting February 23 in Pune. Australia have been

Tendulkar bats for healthy lifestyle

Mumbai:  Batting legend Sachin Tendulkartoday stressed upon leading a healthy lifestyle, saying fit citizens make a robust country. He was speaking after flagging off the IDBI Federal Life Insurance Half Marathon here from South Mumbai at 5:45am. The right-handed batsman also flagged off the 10K Timed Run and a 5K Heritage Run after the half

India can't take Aussies lightly: Tendulkar

For good results, one should support Indian athletes: Tendulkar

New Delhi:  Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar on Friday said in order to produce good results, it is important to support the Indian athletes. He said in the ongoing Rio Olympics, people should continue supporting the athletes who haven’t performed as per expectations, so that they can perform well in the future. “Some results were not

Tendulkar meets IOC president Bach in Rio

Rio de Janeiro:  Sachin Tendulkar has metInternational Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach on the sidelines of the Rio Olympics here, which the Indian cricket icon termed as “wonderful”. Tendulkar, who is here as a goodwill ambassador for the Indian contingent, sat alongside Bach as the two watched the opening day of rugby sevens, which has

Long way to go, says Cook on matching up to ‘Genius’ Tendulkar

London: He might have beaten SachinTendulkar’s record of being the youngest to 10,000 runs but England captain Alastair Cook says he is well aware that he is nothing like the “incredibly talented genius” from India and has a long way to go before matching up to him. Cook became the 12th player in history to