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Vishwanathan Anand moves up to joint third spot

Posted on: 13-03-2009
India won the third ODI at Christchurch by 58 runs.
Sachin Tendulkar display of pyrotechnics by Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina to go 2-0 up in the series.

Posted on: 09-03-2009
Incessant showers stopped a galloping India in their tracks in the second One-Day International against New Zealand
Resulting in the abandonment of the game at the Westpac stadium on Friday.

Posted on: 07-03-2009
India were 130/1 in 19 overs when rain halted play in the second One-Day International against New Zealand at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.

Posted on: 06-03-2009
The battle ground now shifts to a different format in New Zealand where Team India would be eying a winning start in the five matches
one day international series which has just began at the McLean park. On the other hand, hosts New Zealand will hope to maintain the psychological edge they have established over India after winning two successive T-20 matches.

Posted on: 03-03-2009
Ravi Bopara marked his first test since 2007 with a maiden century as England posted 600-6 declared on day two of the fourth test against West Indies.
James Anderson removed Chris Gayle lbw after a TV referral but the hosts had reached 85-1 by stumps in Barbados.

Posted on: 01-03-2009
The Huryana Hurricane, who gave India the lone World Cup

Posted on: 01-03-2009
A disciplined New Zealand crushed India by 7 wickets in the first T-20 tie at Christchurch.
Chasing 162 for victory, the hosts completed their win in the 19th over, thanks to a fantastic half century by Brendon Mc Cullum and useful contributions from opener Martin Guptill, Ross Taylor and Jacom Oram.

Posted on: 26-02-2009
New Zealand starts on Wednesday with the first of two Twenty20 matches to be followed by five one-day internationals and three Tests. .
New Zealand have drawn on the inside knowledge of former India coach John Wright as they prepare to play the side they regard as the best in the world

Posted on: 25-02-2009
The first batch of tickets for the 2010 FIFA WorldCup in SouthAfrica went on sale on Friday, with tournament organisers hopeful that the demand for tickets would remain high, despite the global economic downturn.
Africa is preparing to host the tournament for the first time. FIFA has set aside cheaper tickets, with 15 percent of the 3 (m) million tickets to be priced at 20 US Dollars, well below the top ticket of 900 US Dollars.

Posted on: 22-02-2009

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