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For the top-rated side in world cricket, Team India cannot be so brittle in English conditions.

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The two-month long Borivali Premier League played on weekends has attracted top players and has given a platform to younsters.

‘Asiad Games will test boxers’ mettle’

Indian boxers had fetched five medals — a gold and four bronze — at the 2014 Asiad.

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India are fielding a team rich in experience with a few youngsters in Dilpreet Singh, Simranjeet & Vivek Sagar Prasad, all of whom have shown promise.

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India find themselves in deep trouble

A one-man show can work once in a while, but is unsustainable over a period of time for a team that aspires to be the best in the world.

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Chennaiyin boss wants an encore

Gregory who is in Chennai ahead of the team’s pre-season camp in Malaysia wants to do it all over again.

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Taking rugby to corners

The game, which started at Bombay Gymkhana in pre-independence era, is now spreading to remote areas in Maharashtra.

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Eng vs Ind 2nd Test, Day 3: England lead by 250 runs as Woakes, Bairstow break India's back

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