British Parliament honours Tendulkar

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“Tendulkar is adored almost as much in the UK as he is in India so it is only right that Parliament pays tribute to him”

Legendary India batsman Sachin Tendulkar has been honoured by the British Parliament for his dedication to cricket and for everything he has done, both on and off the pitch.

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I will answer Australia’s cries for help during the Ashes…Oh wait no I won’t, says Ricky Ponting

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Ponting once again confirmed he was retired and will not answer Australia’s cries for help during the Ashes

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting gave hope to millions of Australian fans for a few hours after saying that he would answer Australia’s Ashes cries by coming out of retirement and playing for them in this year’s back-to-back Ashes series.

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I consider myself extremely lucky to have represented India for 16 years, says Rahul Dravid

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Dravid considers himself lucky to have had his childhood dreams come true

Legendary India batsman Rahul Dravid believes he is extremely lucky to have represented his country for 16 years as many other superstars of the game start to crumble and break down by their tenth year in the game.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Alastair Cook attempts to calm fears about inevitable contract dispute

Cook believes the top priority for all players should be the Champions Trophy and back-to-back Ashes series

England captain Alastair Cook has attempted to calm fears about an inevitable contract dispute between players and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) over an increase in wages and more freedom to play in domestic Twenty20 tournaments like the Indian Premier League (IPL).

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: From rags to riches: The awe-inspiring story of Afghanistan’s Mohammad Shahzad

Shahzad’s story shows that the road to becoming an international cricketer is not always an easy one

From an early age, Afghanistan-born Mohammad Shahzad knew nothing of life beyond the refugee camp his family and he had fled to in Peshawar after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979.

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