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24
Feb
2010

Sachin Tendulkar fires record 200 against South Africa

Second one-day international, Gwalior:India 401-3 (50 ovs) v South AfricaMatch scorecard Tendulkar underlined his sensational class with a double century in Gwalior Sachin Tendulkar created history by firing the first double century in one-day internationals as India put South Africa to the sword in Gwalior. The 36-year-old was in indomitable form as he bludgeoned 25...
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24
Feb
2010

How to treat a woman: Sachin shows the way

Want to play like Sachin Tendulkar on the field? First, behave like him off it. With domestic violence becoming a serious problem in India — one in three married women reporting some form of abuse — around 25 cricket coaches in Mumbai are now being trained to teach their players how to behave with a...
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24
Feb
2010

Tendulkar and Khan in top 10 players

Indian cricketers Sachin Tendulkar and Zaheer Khan have returned to the top 10 of the ICC Test Championship following their Test series win in Bangladesh. Tendulkar jumped from 14th to ninth position on the batter’s rankings after hitting his 45th career century during the second Test, while Khan has become India’s highest-ranked bowler in sixth...
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23
Feb
2010

2nd ODI: Sachin, India looking to up the ante

GWALIOR: The buzz is slowly building in Gwalior ahead of the second One-dayer at the Captain Roop Singh stadium on Wednesday and once again expectations are the little big man of Indian cricket, Sachin Tendulkar, will deliver. Tendulkar has played some very special knocks in Gwalior on a wicket that has traditionally been on the...
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23
Feb
2010

‘Hand of God’ adds intrigue to Jaipur drama

Ravindra Jadeja called it the difference between victory and defeat, South African skipper Jacques Kallis believed it should have been declared four and not three. Both were referring to Sachin Tendulkar’s brilliant effort in the final over of the first one-dayer at the Sawai Man Singh stadium on Sunday night. With Wayne Parnell and Dale...
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23
Feb
2010

Sachin bats for campaign against domestic violence

NEW DELHI: Want to play like Sachin Tendulkar on the field? First, behave like him off it. With domestic violence becoming a serious problem in India — one in three married women reporting some form of abuse — around 25 cricket coaches in Mumbai are now being trained to teach their players how to behave...
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22
Feb
2010

Silver bat to be presented to Sachin Tendulkar

Gwalior Division Cricket Association will present a silver bat to Sachin Tendulkar for completing 20 years in international cricket. The bat will be presented to Tendulkar on the second one-dayer between India and South Africa here on February 24, GDCA acting chairman Prashant Mehta told PTI. It will weigh around one-and-a-half kg and is being...
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22
Feb
2010

India beat SA by one run in a last-ball thriller

MS Dhoni perhaps can’t blame his bowlers for almost losing the match they had in their pockets. He trimmed down the attack to its bare minimum strength — he went into the match with just three regular bowlers and without a specialist spinner — but the bowlers just about held their own to script a...
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21
Feb
2010

Tendulkar falls early in Jaipur

A half-century stand between Virender Sehwag and Dinesh Karthik saw India bounce back from Sachin Tendulkar’s early departure in game one of their three-ODI series against South Africa in Jaipur on Sunday. Earlier South Africa won the toss and opted to bowl first.
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21
Feb
2010

SA send India in to bat

South Africa’s stand-in captain Jacques Kallis won the toss and sent India in to bat in the first one-day international at the Sawai Man Singh stadium in Jaipur. Jacques Kallis bats in the nets during a practice session in Jaipur India were without bowling spearheads Zaheer Khan and Harbhajan Singh, and frontline batsmen Gautam Gambhir...
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