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Sachin walked on edging ball, Ponting didn't

Chennai, Mar 21: Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar and Australian captain Ricky Ponting's contrasting World Cup dismissals have re-ignited the debate around walking, an issue that gained prominence in the 2003 World Cup semi-final when Adam Gilchrist walked back to the
Umpire Aleem DarICC announces umpires for WC QFs

Dubai, Mar. 21: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced official appointments for the quarter-final stage of the Cricket World Cup 2011.The first quarter-final will take place in Mirpur, Dhaka, on Wednesday to begin four days of thrilling high-stakes cricket with
Ian BellWarning "Bell" for Sri Lanka

Chennai, Mar 21: England batsman Ian Bell is confident that his team can beat Sri Lanka in their own backyard in Saturday's World Cup quarterfinal at Colombo's R.Premadasa Stadium.Bell said that they will draw on the memory of their one-day series
Brett LeeHow will India handle Brett Lee?

Ahmedabad, Marc 21: The man who took the second-most number of wickets in the 2003 World Cup is back to his menacing best and India would do well to watch out for him. Indeed, Aussie pace spearhead Brett Lee has regained
Yuvraj SinghYuvraj: Regaining his Mojo

Chennai, March 21: The batsman who was contemplating retirement in the middle of 2010 while in the midst of a lean patch which saw him display the grossest of inconsistency, is right back in the swing of things. And what better
Daryl TuffeyTuffey replaces injured Bennett in NZ squad

Mumbai, Mar 21: Most teams haven't been spared the injury woes this World Cup and some squads have been affected more than once. New Zealand is one such side. While Daniel Vettori is sitting on a sidelines with a knee injury,
Devon Smith was stumped for 2 off YuvrajYuvi, Zaheer sizzle as India rout Windies

Chennai, March 20: India upped their game to induce a middle-order collapse from the West Indies as the visitors slumped from 154/3 to 165/7 in the space of 5.3 overs. After Zaheer Khan returned in his second spell to clean up
Darren Bravo went for 22Windies launch strong reply against India

Chennai, March 20: The Windies were in the middle of a robust riposte chasing India's 268 all out as they had reached 132/2 in 25 overs. The side from the Caribbean was on course for victory thanks to an admirable stand
Ravi Rampaul took 5/51Rampaul's five-for limits India to 268

Chennai, March 20: A late fight back from the Windies saw the Indian middle and latter order collapse in a heap yet again. Some sharp bowling from Ravi Rampaul who finished with a career-best haul of 5/51, saw India slip from
Yuvraj SinghIndia cruising at half-way stage vs Windies

Chennai, March 20: After a couple of early blows in the Indian innings, Virat Kohli (unbeaten on 46 off 62 balls) and Yuvraj Singh (43 not out off 58 balls) made sure that they put the house in order and consolidate
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