Gambhir and Sehwag are the only Indians to aggregate more than 4000 partnership runs in Tests - and that at average of over 52 in the last eight years.
I must confess. I love watching Test matches. India winning just makes the experience a whole lot better, but I'd watch a Test match anyway.
India has made it to the quarterfinals of the World Cup...One Hindi TV channel sports anchor could barely remain in his chair – the expert rambled on about how this was a great achievement, and I sat there baffled.
It's evident, isn't it - bowling isn't India's strong suit… and yes I have heard all this talk about playing to your strengths.
With the team excelling in their practice matches, Dhoni's men in blue have served notice again - this World Cup could well be India's.
The World Cup is back in India after 15 years and the enthusiast in me wants to travel across the country and track the fortunes of the Indian team.
News junkie, foodie & wannabe restaurateur who last played cricket in school and believes in the spectatorial axiom - distance provided perspective…
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|Force India sign Perez for 2014 Signing Sergio Perez means Force India have dropped their 2013 drivers Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil.|
|BCCI says no to cheerleaders There will be no cheerleaders in the seventh edition of the Indian Premier League in 2014.|
|Mitch Johnson - a product of a bygone era! He is compared to legendary Aussie quicks Lillee and Thomson.|
|'Fingers crossed' for Franck Ribery Alongwith Ronaldo and Messi, Ribery is the third finalist in contention to win the Ballon d'Or.|