Analysis: Protests are baptism of fire for Gandhi family scion

Analysis: Protests are baptism of fire for Gandhi family scion
Rahul Gandhi, a lawmaker and the son of India's ruling Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi, watches the ICC Cricket World Cup semi-final match between India and Pakistan in Mohali March 30, 2011. By Alistair Scrutton NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Huge
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India's loss in England: Deja vu for Rohit Sharma
Would England be the same force without James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Kevin Pietersen? But yes, the hosts deserve for the kind of cricket they've been playing. At the same time, it's unfair to crucify India after one bad series,” he added.
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'Messi match' to be telecast across 152 countries
"We have sold TV rights in 152 countries all over the world. So it can be watched almost everywhere. It's for the first time ever so many countries will get to see a match from India. Mind you this is not a cricket match," Goswami told reporters.
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The Dravid Dismissal Debate
Already, this dismissal has been discussed and dissected all over Twitter and other cricket forums on the internet. Here are my thoughts for what they are worth! First, let me state very clearly that I did not see the dismissal live and did not even
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