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    M S Dhoni

    M S Dhoni

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni, commonly known as MS Dhoni, is an Indian international cricketer who captained the Indian national team in limited-overs formats from 2007 to 2016 and in Test cricket from 2008 to 2014.

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    Cricket

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    in the past was always looked at as one that had the aura of royalty. Whether it was played on the village green or in a stadium, it had that lethargic approach of a sport that showcased elegance, character and endurance rather than one with a fast and furious approach. Cricket was a sport that taught one the way of life, of its ups and downs, where individuals shone but a teams' performance finally was the ultimate goal.

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    Cricket

    Want to learn as much as I can from Dhoni: Alex Carey

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    Entertainment

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    Cricket

    Need fearless match-winners to win big tournaments, says Kohli

    India sipper Virat Kohli reckons it will be tough for his side to win ICC events untill the middle-order steps up and delivers in situations when the top-order fails. Kohli also said the success of the team can't revolve around any two or three players and the entire team should click as a unit.

    In India everyone tells you the problem, not the solution: Ishant
    Cricket

    In India everyone tells you the problem, not the solution: Ishant

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    Rishabh Pant needs to be consistent with bat: Gautam Gambhir
    Cricket

    Rishabh Pant needs to be consistent with bat: Gautam Gambhir

    Former India opener Gautam Gambhir reckons young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant should be more consistent with the bat as the team management has shown a lot of faith in him in the recent past.

    I'm just trying to improve everyday: Pant
    Cricket

    I'm just trying to improve everyday: Pant

    Young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant, who scored his maiden ODI fifty in the first match which India lost by eight wickets against West Indies, has insisted that he is focusing on improving his performance with each passing day, adding his only aim is to contribute towards team's win.

    PM Modi bags India's 'Golden Tweet' of 2019
    Technology

    PM Modi bags India's 'Golden Tweet' of 2019

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    Pant must understand his role looking at World T20: Sangakkara
    Cricket

    Pant must understand his role looking at World T20: Sangakkara

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