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Dravid gets paternity leave, returns home
Published on :26th April 2009
Bangalore Royal Challengers received setback with their inform batsman Rahul Dravid returning home as he is expecting his second child soon. Sources said Rahul Dravid won’t be able to return to South Africa in the middle of the tournament.
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Only Weather Gods can save Kiwis
Published on :6th April 2009
Only weather can stop India from securing a historic victory at Wellington as Kiwis lost four crucial wickets in pursuit of an improbable target of 617. The Kiwis are still 450 runs behind India with Ross Taylor (69) and James Franklin (26) at the crease. New Zealand still needs to bat out an entire day for to secure a draw against India.
 
Dravid becomes Test cricketer with most catches
Published on :6th April 2009
Rahul Dravid on Monday became the Test cricketer with most catches when he held on a Tim McIntosh edge off Zaheer Khan on the fourth day of the third and final cricket Test in Wellington. Dravid snapped the catch, his 182nd in 134th Test
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Gambhir is India's second wall, says Sehwag
Published on :30th March 2009
India's stand-in captain Sehwag today lauded Gambhir for his math-saving innings and dubbed as the 'second wall' of Indian cricket Otherwise an aggressive batsman, Gambhir batted for nearly 11 hours over three days
 
Gambhir is a tough little kid, says Dravid
Published on :29th March 2009
India may have crawled their way back into the second Test against New Zealand but the job is only half done and they would have to keep up the good work on Monday to ensure a draw, senior batsman Rahul Dravid said here on Sunday.
 
Gambhir, Dravid frustrate Kiwis
Published on :29th March 2009
Gautam Gambhir and Rahul Dravid batted with great resolve to raise hopes of India saving the second Test against New Zealand at McLean Park in Napier, on Sunday. Resuming at their overnight score of 47 for one, India went to lunch on day four
 
Sehwag's wicket puts New Zealand in control
Published on :28th March 2009
India were forced to follow on after being dismissed for 305 in reply to New Zealand's first innings of 619 for 9 declared on the third day of the second Test on Saturday.
 
Dravid falls after gritty half-century
Published on :19th March 2009
Opener Gautam Gambhir ground out an unbeaten 58 in the first session as India overcame an early loss to move to 108-1 at lunch on the second day of the first Test against New Zealand on Thursday. Gambhir helped New Zealand to its only wicket of the morning when an error in judgment saw his in-form opening partner Virender Sehwag run out for 24 in the third over after the start of play was delayed 15 minutes by rain.
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Dravid equals world record of catches
Published on :18th March 2009
Rahul Dravid today equalled Mark Waugh's world record of 181 Test catches when when he took the catch of Martin Guptill in the slips at Seddon Park Dravid has taken 132 Test matches to reach this landmark.
 
Dravid will score a ton at Hamilton, predicts Crowe
Published on :18th March 2009
Former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe feels beleaguered Indian batsman Rahul Dravid has regained his confidence and appeared to be in reasonable form to score a century in the first Test beginning in Hamilton on Wednesday.
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