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India beat Pakistan to retain Blind World Cup title – Rediff.com Cricket

IMAGE: India's players celebrate after winning the Blind Cricket World Cup title in Sharjah on Saturday.

IPL auction: Stokes, Ashwin, Gayle headline marquee players – Rediff.com Cricket

Current India players Ravichandran Ashwin, Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane are in the top marquee list along with top international stars like Ben Stokes, Chris Gayle, Joe Root, Faf du Plessis, Kieron Pollard and Mitchell Starc.

Shameful to drop Rahane, Bhuvneshwar, says Prabhakar – Rediff.com Cricket

'If you start picking Test side on T20I or ODIs form, then you are gone.

Sehwag on what makes IPL so special – Rediff.com Cricket

'Only in the IPL all world class players are playing and that is why IPL is the best in the world.

CSK ropes in Balaji as bowling coach – Rediff.com Cricket

CSK is keen to get back its core team IMAGE: Lakshmipathy Balaji played for the Chennai Super Kings team in the first three editions of the IPL.

Tri-nation schedule involving India, SL, Bangladesh revised – Rediff.com Cricket

The fixtures for the T20I tri-series involving Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh have been revised, and the tournament will now be held from March 6 to 18.

Kohli named ICC Cricketer of the Year

The India captain was also named the ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year India captain Virat Kohli received the Sir Garfield Trophy for Cricketer of the Year and he was also named the ICC ODI cricketer of the Year.

If Pandya makes silly mistakes don’t compare him with me: Kapil – Rediff.com Cricket

India's legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev on Wednesday said Hardik Pandya does not deserve to be compared with him if he keeps making silly mistakes like he did in the second Test against South Africa.

India hammer Japan 6-0 in Nations’ Invitational hockey – Rediff.com Sports

IMAGE: Rahul Dravid along with the India Under-19 cricket squad watch the Indian hockey team in action against Japan in the Four Nations Invitational Tournament in Tauranga, New Zealand on Wednesday.