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Hobart Hurricanes’ Shoaib Malik during a practice session on Saturday. (Photo: P. Surendra)
21st Sep, 2014
Shoaib was all praise for Sania’s US Open mixed doubles win
Sanjay Patel
21st Sep, 2014
Patel said that RCA remains suspended but their players can play for unrepresentative areas
Lahore Lions players during a training session at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad on Saturday 
(Photo: P. Surendra)
21st Sep, 2014
IPL champions will look to carry on their winning momentum against Pakistan side
Akshar Patel and David Miller of the Kings XI Punjab celebrate the win against  Barbados Tridents (Photo Courtesy : BCCI)
21st Sep, 2014
David Miller scintillating knock was enough for Punjab to register victory
Live Cricket Score, CLT20 KXIP vs BT: Kings XI Punjab are 95/3. Photo: BCCI/DC
20th Sep, 2014
David Miller remains unbeaten to carry his team to victory
Mitchell Marsh's heroics powered Perth Scorchers to script an epic win over Dolphins in the Champions League T20. superb win. Photo: BCCI
20th Sep, 2014
Perth Scorchers face an uphill task to win this game
Ahead of Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi's third death anniversary in November, a website claims to have unearthed an unheralded aspect of the former Indian captain's game -- he was the best when it came to handling pressure. Photo: PTI/ File
20th Sep, 2014
Pataudi absorbed the most pressure (of falling wickets) in the history of Test cricket
Martin Crowe chose to mimic one of the greatest batsmen to have ever played the game, Viv Richards and pulled it off really well. Photo: Screengrab
20th Sep, 2014
The New Zealander mimicked a great West Indian



The combined PC spending of the top five states accounted for 62.3 per cent computer sales during the second quarter. The spike in Tamil Nadu is entirely due to fast deals from Elcot to tech vendors, such as HP, Dell and Lenovo, to support the state
In 2014, Tamil Nadu accounted for 22.6 per cent of overall PC purchases in the country
Families living in Vengal Rao Nagar slum area, Secunderabad, were asked to deposit Rs 550 towards individual toilets. Photo: PTI
The cost for individual toilets is Rs 3,580
outbound travel trends during the first half of 2014 showed that Dubai was, by choice, the first foreign destination for Indians in 2014, followed by the USA and China.  (PHoto: AFP)
number of Indians planning to travel abroad this year has gone up by 21 per cent