Posts Tagged ‘New Zealand’

Captaincy, a dream come true: Gambhir

Captaincy, a dream come true: Gambhir

15
Vote

Handed over the responsibility of captaining India in the first two ODIs against New Zealand in Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s absence, opener Gautam Gambhir today said leading the national team in the upcoming series is a dream-come-true moment in his career. Gambhir was yesterday named captain of India’s ODI team for the... 

Preview: India vs New Zealand, 3rd Test

Preview: India vs New Zealand, 3rd Test

15
Vote

It has not been a happy series for the Indian team so far, while the New Zealanders have every reason to be extremely upbeat about the results going into the third and final Test match at Nagpur. This was a series that India were expected to comprehensively dominate, while New Zealand were supposed to play the role of lambs... 

We are enjoying the challenge: Greatbatch

We are enjoying the challenge: Greatbatch

15
Vote

New Zealand coach Mark Greatbatch has praised his team’s fighting spirit and has said the patience shown by the New Zealand players has been one of the key factors in their performance in India so far. New Zealand, ranked the No. 8 Test side in the world, were under pressure coming into the India tour following their 4-0... 

India missing spinning tracks against New Zealand

India missing spinning tracks against New Zealand

15
Vote

Placid wickets dished out for the first two cricket Tests against New Zealand have put the spotlight back on India’s waning home advantage. Spin has been India’s traditional strength while playing at home but both Harbhajan Singh and Pragyan Ojha have struggled for breakthroughs in the three-Test series so far.... 

Hyderabad wicket isn’t assisting bowlers: Laxman

Hyderabad wicket isn’t assisting bowlers: Laxman

15
Vote

Hyderabad: VVS Laxman feels the presence of a famed batting line-up and the pitch at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium should work to India’s advantage even if New Zealand manage to set the hosts a competitive fourth-innings target on the fifth and final day of the second Test. “The target is to keep the lead... 

Harbhajan is a great performer

Harbhajan is a great performer

15
Vote

The Test match is very evenly balanced. The first session on the fifth morning will decide the course of this Test match. It’s quite similar to what it was on the fifth day of the first Test. We all need to wait and see what’s in store for us on the last day. India finished off their first innings well due to a magnificent... 

Day 5: McCullum, Williamson steer New Zealand to safety

Day 5: McCullum, Williamson steer New Zealand to safety

15
Vote

Brendon McCullum slammed a fluent 171 while Kane Williamson notched up his second half century on the trot as the second Test between India and New Zealand meandered towards a draw at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium here on Tuesday. Resuming at an overnight score of 237 for the loss of four wickets, both batsmen mixed... 

Harbhajan Singh slams his second 100; fitting reply from Brendon McCullum

Harbhajan Singh slams his second 100; fitting reply from Brendon McCullum

15
Vote

Harbhajan Singh smashed his way into the record books by becoming the first number eight batsman in the history of Test cricket to hit back-to-back tons even as the second Test between India and New Zealand headed towards a tight finish here today. After Harbhajan propelled the hosts to a challenging 472 with a blistering unbeaten... 

India bowlers dominate New Zealand

India bowlers dominate New Zealand

15
Vote

India’s Zaheer Khan and Harbhajan Singh picked up five wickets in the morning session on day two to trigger a New Zealand batting collapse in their first innings of the second Test on Saturday. Resuming on a strong overnight score of 258 for four built on Tim McIntosh’s opening day ton, New Zealand were 341-9 at lunch, adding... 

New Zealand gets special Google doodle

New Zealand gets special Google doodle

15
Vote

YO HO HO: Google is celebrating Robert Louis Stevenson’s 160th birthday with a special doodle for Australasia. Google is celebrating the 160th birthday of famous Scottish novelist Robert Louis Stevenson with a special “doodle” on its New Zealand and Australian home pages. The California-based company has... 

We will keep You Updated...
Get Free Email Newsletter from VoteUpIndia Sign up for our free email newsletter. (Help?)
Read latest headlines in your favorite news reader
Follow VoteUpIndia  on Twitter Become a VoteUpIndia Fan on Facebook Subscribe to VoteUpIndia in Google Reader Add VoteUpIndia  to My Yahoo Add VoteUpIndia  to Netvibes Subscribe to Free Techie Buzz RSS Feed
Sponsored Links
Advertisements
Featured Video
Amazon
Best Storytellers
Powered by Authors Widget
Recent Posts

McDonald's Suspends Employee, Probes Child's Eviction From Pune Outlet

PUNE: After reports emerged that an eight-year-old destitute child was thrown out of an outlet of...

Why Arjun Made a Humble Request to Cast Sonakshi in Tevar

It's all about wearing your Tevar, this new year. Arjun Kapoor looked dapper at the initial promotions...

5 things Modi needs to do ASAP, after Bihar loss

It's not correct to transpose the outcome from a state election as a referendum on the central government,...

Sehwag's half century in All Star tournament.

The first match has been really special. We thoroughly enjoyed being here. New York, you were brilliant....

Bihar Defeat May Lead to Silent Rebellion in BJP Against PM, Amit Shah: Arun Shourie to NDTV

NEW DELHI: In the aftermath of the BJP's debacle in Bihar, Arun Shourie, one time admirer of Narendra...

Court Refuses to Stop Gillette Razor Ad Starring Deepika Padukone

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has refused to stop a Gillette razor advertisement starring Deepika...

Bigg Boss 9: Roopal Tyagi voted out of the house

TV actor Roopal Tyagi was evicted from reality show Bigg Boss on Sunday’s episode. Roopal is the...
Recent Comments
How i can submit my story...? and where i can see the staus of votes for this?
IFFI lose its art value,so it became lose it commercial value
Dear sir I am sending an article which is based on true story and needs your help to lime light such incidents which never come in
Thanks for the interesting article. Great Post. Keep it up
It is indeed heartening to learn that LSE, the world leader in higher education, will join hands with the most admired Reliance Foun
Tag Cloud