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IPL demands no more of our intelligence than Bollywood

Apr 04, 2012

IPL demands no more of our intelligence than Bollywood

The last year of following Indian cricket has left one craving for the simple hit and giggle joys of the IPL with its usual mix of incompetence, shameless plugging, white-skin-festand pompous egomania on the part of the owners. #Cricket #IPL 5 #IPL FanBlogs #India Cricket World Cup

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IPL demands no more of our intelligence than Bollywood

Sep 06, 2014

Dhoni wants India attack ready for cricket World Cup slog

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said his side's pacemen would need to hone their skills bowling in the 'slog-overs' if the world champions were to defend their title in Australia and New Zealand early next year. Dhoni's men suffered a 41-run defea... #India #Australia #Mahendra Singh Dhoni #Ambati Rayudu
IPL demands no more of our intelligence than Bollywood

Sep 06, 2014

Alastair Cooks future as England one-day captain on the agenda

Eoin Morgan take charges of a 13-man squad for the one-off Twenty20 international against India on Sunday, leaving Cook to rest and await the verdict of the selection panel Joe Root century secures dead-rubber win over India When England play the las... #India #Australia #Alastair Cook #Eoin Morgan
IPL demands no more of our intelligence than Bollywood

Sep 04, 2014

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, second left, holds the ICC world cup with India’s retired batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar as they pose with Australian cricket players Brett Lee, left and Adam Gilchrist, right at an event in Mumbai, India, Thu

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, second left, holds the ICC world cup with India’s retired batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar as they pose with Australian cricket players Brett Lee, left and Adam Gilchrist, right at an event in Mumbai, India, Thu... #India #Tony Abbott #Brett Lee #International Cricket Council #Sachin Tendulkar #Adam Gilchrist #Mumbai