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After India’s World Cup campaign ended, chief selector M S K Prasad had a “discussion” with Dhoni. Perhaps with the World T20 next year in mind, Dhoni ruled out retiring for now, but crucially, he was told he “wasn’t in the scheme of things any more, and the selectors now planned to go ahead with youngsters”. Read full Post
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After India’s World Cup campaign ended, chief selector M S K Prasad had a “discussion” with Dhoni. Perhaps with the World T20 next year in mind, Dhoni ruled out retiring for now, but crucially, he was told he “wasn’t in the scheme of things any more, and the selectors now planned to go ahead with youngsters”. Read full Post
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In a last-ditch effort to save the tottering coalition government, top leaders of the Congress and the JD(S) on Sunday proposed replacing chief minister HD Kumaraswamy with someone from the Congress to placate the dissidents, but the rebel MLAs flatly turned the offer down, insisting there is no question of going back on their decision to resign. Read full Post
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The BJP is in an overdrive to get the better of opposition in the Rajya Sabha, winning over members of rival parties in the last few weeks to boost its numbers in the Upper House. Four of the six Telugu Desam Party MPs in the Rajya Sabha recently joined the BJP. One Samajwadi Party member, Neeraj Shekhar from Uttar Pradesh, quit his seat to join the saffron party, which is certain to win the
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The umpire who awarded England six runs from a freak overthrow in the last over of the World Cup final has admitted he made an "error" and should have given one run fewer, a report said on Sunday. Read full Post
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