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Rahul Dravid is a renowned Indian cricketer. He is the capitan of the Bangalore Royal Challengers team in the Indian Premier League.

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Five-Star Hotel in Ahmedabad Auctioned Collector's Edition Cricket Bat for a Worthy Cause
It's no secret that India loves cricket. It's also no secret that Marriott loves helping a worthy cause. The Courtyard Ahmedabad recently brought these two passions together by auctioning off a collector's edition cricket bat to help a community in need.

Pictures Save Lives - When Will we Get 85% Pictorial Health Warnings on Both Sides of Tobacco Packs?
Business Wire IndiaYouth health advocates have urged Indian policymakers, including the Hon’ble Prime Minister, Health Ministers and all Members of Parliament, to set a date for implementation of India’s planned pictorial tobacco health warnings covering 85% of the front and back of all tobacco packages

‘Brand Vinci’-Decoding Brand Facets
Confused with cocktail of brand jargons? Seeking brand gurus for the miracle answer? Unable to spot the missing link in your brand? Wondering how to refresh your brand? Get a well-known brand practitioner Pavan Padaki’s perspective through his unique book, ‘Brand Vinci’-Decoding brand facets

George P Johnson (GPJ) India Wins Gold at WOW Awards
Global live and online agency, George P Johnson (GPJ ) India has once again established new benchmarks in experience marketing, taking home two awards, comprising of Gold & Bronze on behalf of its clients Yahoo and IBM. GPJ was awarded in the category WOW Live Event of the Year & WOW Conference of the year

Rahul Dravid Endorses World Trade Center (WTC) at Noida, on the Theme of Stand Tall
Rahul Dravid, one of India’s finest players in the recent times and known for his professional & personal qualities such as reliability, dependability and high-performance, has associated himself with World Trade Center (WTC) Noida as its brand ambassador. WTC Noida is being developed & managed by SPIRE, a leading infrastructure developer in NCR

Shane Warne Joins ESPN STAR Sports Presentation Team for the Second Test Between India and England
Legendary Australian leg spinner Shane Warne was formally introduced today as part of the ESPN STAR Sports (ESS) presentation team for the second test between India and England starting tomorrow at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Aloke Malik, Managing Director, ESPN Software India Pvt. Ltd. presented an ESS jacket to the leg spinner welcoming him on board

ESPN STAR Sports Signs Shane Warne as an Expert Analyst
ESPN STAR Sports (ESS), Asia’s leading sports content provider, today announced that Shane Warne, widely regarded as one of the greatest bowlers in the history of the game, has signed on as a part of ESPN STAR Sports ’commentary, presentation and analysis team for a period of 3 years

The Fastest growing Fashion & Lifestyle Portfolio now on
The dynamic and ever-growing e-retail market in India has a strong new player, With the largest and widest online catalogue of fashion and lifestyle products, is fast becoming the one-stop-shop for Indian consumers in the fashion and lifestyle segment. Jabong

England women cricketers Edwards, Taylor receive MCC honour
Two of England's leading women batsmen Charlotte Edwards and Claire Taylor have been awarded honorary life membership of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).

Ponting overtakes Dravid to become second highest Test run scorer
Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting overtook India's Rahul Dravid to become the second highest Test run scorer during the opening day of the third Test against the West Indies.

Rahul Dravid says playing for India humbled him
Reflecting on his cricketing career, legendary batsman Rahul Dravid, who recently announced his retirement, has said that playing for India has humbled him.

Tributes pour in for Dravid after he announces retirement
The cricket fraternity has paid tributes to Indian batsman Rahul Dravid, who announced his retirement from international cricket after an illustrious 16-year career.

'Dravid one of finest cricketers India has produced': Srinivasan
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President N Srinivasan described former Indian skipper Rahul Dravid, who bid adieu to a 16-year long glorious sports career today, to be one of the finest cricketers India has produced.

Fortunate to have played with cricket legends: Dravid
Former Indian skipper Rahul Dravid, who announced his retirement from Test cricket today, said he considered himself fortunate to have played alongside some of the finest legends of the game.

Right time to move on, allow youngsters in: Dravid
Former Indian skipper Rahul Dravid announced his retirement from Test cricket today, saying it was the right time to 'move on' and make way for the next generation of players.

Dravid quits Test cricket
Former India cricket captain Rahul Dravid on Friday announced his retirement from Test cricket bringing an end to a glorious 16-year sports career.

Shane Watson calls 'phenomenal man' Dravid "nicest guy" in cricket
Shane Watson, the stand-in Australian captain, has described India's retiring batting great Rahul Dravid as the "the nicest guy" in cricket.

Rahul Dravid to be involved in Australian Football League event in Mumbai in 2013
Indian Test cricketer Rahul Dravid, who is a patron of a supporter group, the Indian Tigers, which is associated with the Australian Football League (AFL) team Richmond Tigers, is likely to be involved in a AFL-related event at the D.Y. Patil Stadium in India next year.

Kirsten believes 'world class champion' Kallis never got his deserved 'recognition'
South African coach Gary Kirsten has hailed all rounder Jacques Kallis' massive contribution to the team, but also believes he hasn't received the recognition he deserved.

Watson yet to get Oz selectors stamp for vice-captaincy
Shane Watson is yet to be officially endorsed as Australia's vice-captain by the John Inverarity-led selection panel.

England batsmen asked to learn art of playing spin from Dravid
England batsmen have been asked by their batting coach to learn from Rahul Dravid how to play spin and pick length in turning conditions after the No.1 Test team collapsed for 72 in the second Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi.

Indian cricketers must take blame for drubbing in Test series against Australia: Chappell
Team India players should take the blame for their 4-0 drubbing in the Test series against Australia because they simply were not having a go, former Australian captain Ian Chappell has said.

India has to start winning overseas to be held in respect in cricket world: Ganguly
Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has stressed on the need for Indian cricket to take stock of the situation, with a special focus on assessing their performances outside the subcontinent following their whitewashes in the Test series against England and Australia,

Team India official denies reports on Dravid's retirement
Indian cricket team's media manager GS Walia has said at Adelaide Oval that no senior player within the squad will be retiring in the wake of the 4-0 whitewash against Australia in the just-completed Test series.

Indian batting greats not has-beens: Kohli
India's ageing batting kings shouldn't be treated as has-beens for their flops in Australia, century-maker Virat Kohli has said.

Dravid's wicked off no ball fired up Siddle
Australian pace bowler Peter Siddle has said he became a little more fired-up than usual after bowling Rahul Dravid off a no-ball and having the wicket disallowed during this first Test against India at Melbourne.

Lee asks 'aggressive' Pattinson to use mouth as weapon against India
Brett Lee, who was known for shaking up tailenders with his bouncers in Tests, has asked Australia's latest pace sensation James Pattinson to continue his combative, intimidatory approach and not be deterred from using his mouth as a weapon against India.

Pattinson thrilled to trouble Indian legends with his pace
James Pattinson, who bowled Australia to a decisive win in his first Boxing Day Test, was thrilled to penetrate the defences of top Indian batsmen including Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid.

Batsmen put India on top on day 2 of Melbourne Test
Australian pacer Peter Siddle claimed Sachin Tendulkar's wicket in the Melbourne Test with just two deliveries remaining on day two, but was not able to stop India from domination day 2 of the Test match.

Indian batsman Dravid rejects comparison with Sehwag
Veteran Indian batsman Rahul Dravid has rejected comparisons with opening batsman Virender Sehwag.

Australia will have to tame India's big four to win series: Jones
Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones has said that if Australia wants to win the forthcoming four-match Test series against India, it will have to keep the big four of the Indian batting order - Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, V.V.S.Laxman and Virender Sehwag quiet.

Indian Big Six doesn't scare young Oz bowler Pattinson
It will be a dream come true for young Aussie bowler James Pattinson when he will play his first ever Boxing Day Test.

Huge MCG crowd tipped to bid farewell to Tendulkar, other Indian veterans
A bumper crowd is expected at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Boxing Day as cricket fans prepare for a likely Australian farewell to star Indian batsmen Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman.

Over 75,000 fans expected in Boxing Day Test to bid adieu to Sachin, Dravid, Laxman
Over 75,000 fans are expected to turn up during the Boxing Day Test to bid a likely farewell to Indian veterans Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman.

Pacy pitches will bother Indian batsmen: Mark Taylor
Playing too much cricket on flat wickets could be a disadvantage for Indian batsmen, according to former Australian captain Mark Taylor.

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