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About Gautam Gambhir

Gautam Gambhir is an Indian cricketer. He is from Delhi. He plays for the Delhi Daredevils team in the Indian Premier League. On September 21, 2009, he became the Delhi Daredevils captain after Virender Sehwag stepped down.

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Indian squad for New Zealand tour selected

Yuvraj and Harbhajan named in probables for World Twenty20 Championships
Yuvraj Singh is making a comeback after recovering from a rare germ cell cancer, while Harbhajan Singh was dropped earlier for poor form

W. Bengal Govt. showers bouquets, shawls and Sandesh on IPL champs KKR
The state of West Bengal went into celebratory mode on Tuesday, welcoming Indian Premier League season five champions Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) with bouquets, shawls and Sandesh.

Indian cricket team returns to Mumbai after losing T 20 match in Johannesburg
The Indian cricket team returned home early on Sunday morning after losing the one-off T20 international match against South Africa in Johannesburg on March 30.

Defeated Indian cricketers return home from Australia
After completing a disastrous tour of Australia, the Indian cricket team, barring a couple of players, returned to India this morning.

Imperious Virat Kohli takes India home against Sri Lanka in Hobart
An imperious batting display by Virat Kohli helped India defeat Sri Lanka in a must win Commonwealth Bank series match at the Bellerieve Oval here on Tuesday.

Akram calls senior players "liability" to back Dhoni's controversial rotation policy
Former Pakistan cricketer Wasim Akram has backed Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's controversial rotation policy, saying that there was a "good reason" behind the move, as senior players were either "not in his control" or had become a "liability".

Kapil Dev says Sachin has 'outstayed' his welcome in Indian ODI team
Legendary all rounder Kapil Dev has said master blaster Sachin Tendulkar should have retired from the one-day internationals after winning the World Cup last year.

India-Sri Lanka ODI in Adelaide ends in a tie
The fifth one day international between India and Sri Lanka in the Commonwealth Bank triangular series ended in a tie, at Adelaide Oval here on Tuesday. Both sides got a point each from the match.

India achieve win against Australia in Adelaide
India defeated hosts Australia by four wickets in a thrilling one day international cricket match of the tri-nation series at Adelaide on Sunday.

Australia has done well to blood Wade in international cricket: Ganguly
Former Indian cricket captain and commentator Sourav Ganguly believes that Australia have done well to blood Tasmania-born Victoria wicketkeeper Mathew Wade in international cricket.

'On-fire' Wade has 'out of form' Haddin looking down the barrel
Matthew Wade's impressive performance against India in the first One-Day international is putting more pressure on the out of form wicketkeeper Brad Haddin.

Wade helps Australia beat India in first Commonwealth Bank ODI
Debutant wicketkeeper-batsman Mathew Wade helped Australia to beat India by 65 runs in the first one day match of the Commonwealth Bank Series on Sunday. The visitors lost the match on the basis of the Duckworth-Lewis Method due to inclement weather throughout the game.

Clarke says Oz deserves to be ODI favourites ahead of triangular series against India, Sri Lanka
Australian captain Michael Clarke has said his team deserves to be regarded as favourites, ahead of the triangular one-day series against Sri Lanka and India.

India loses first of two Twenty20 internationals to Australia
India on Wednesday lost the first of two Twenty20 internationals to Australia by 31 runs.

Adelaide Test: Australia four wickets away from a 4-0 whitewash
Australia on Friday closed in on a series whitewash, needing just four more Indian wickets at the Adelaide Oval here, to seal an incredible four nil scoreline

Australia in control of Adelaide Test despite Kohli's ton
Australia continue to remain in control of the fourth and final Test against India on the third day on Thursday at the Adelaide Oval here, after bundling the visitors out for 272.

Adelaide Test: Australia in driver's seat as India loses Sehwag and Dravid
A jaded India was fighting with its back to the wall at the close of the second day's play of the fourth and final Test against Australia at the Adelaide Oval on Wednesday.

Australia in command of Perth Test
Day two of the third test match between India and Australia saw the hosts further tightening their hold over the game by first establishing a 208 first innings lead and then knocking over four Indian batsmen, including Sachin Tendulkar, in the second innings for just 88 runs.

India wins second Twenty20 international against Australia
India roared back to form to square the Twenty20 international series and put Australia on notice for the looming one-dayers.

Dhoni backs 'inexperienced' bowling attack to shine in Australia
Indian captain M.S. Dhoni is confident that his inexperienced bowling attack will deliver in the four-Test series against Australia which starts on December 26.

Srikkanth terms Harbhajan's exclusion from Oz Test series squad as 'bad luck'
Reacting on the exclusion of Harbhajan Singh from the 17-man squad for the upcoming four-Test series in Australia, BCCI selection panel chairman Krishnamachari Srikkanth said that the team had the talents of Pragyan Ojha, Ravichandran Ashwin and never had more than two spinners travelled Down Under.

Harbhajan left out of 17-man squad for Australia Test series, Zaheer makes comeback
Out of form off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has been left out of the 17-man Indian squad for the upcoming four-Test series in Australia.

Cricket fans disappointed as Tendulkar again misses opportunity to century of international tons
Cricket fans at Kolkata were left disappointed as batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar missed another opportunity to score his 100th international century during India's first innings in the second Test against the West Indies being played here.

Indian selectors retain same squad for second test against Windies
The cricket selection committee on Thursday named the same Indian squad for the second test against West Indies to be played at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

BCCI announces 2011-12 contracted players list
Player gradations for 2011-12 were approved by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)'s Working Committee after a meeting in Kolkata today.

Gambhir to tie the knot today
Family members of Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir attended the 'Mehandi' ceremony of his would be bride in Gurgaon on Thursday.

India unlikely to take foot off pedal against England in fourth ODI in Mumbai
India are unlikely to take their feet off the pedal when they take on England in the fourth one-day international at the Wankhede Stadium here on Sunday afternoon, despite winning the series three nil.

Two defeats at hands of India forces England to resort to sledging
England all rounder Samit Patel has said his teammates will carry on sledging against the Indians to get them out of their comfort zone.

Injured Tendulkar ruled out of England ODI series, to return to India tomorrow
Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar was today ruled out of the rest of the five-match ODI series against England due to a toe injury.

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