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No India players in ICC’s Team of the 2015 World Cup

McCullum was chosen as captain for the ICC’s team of the tournament because of his aggressive, innovative and inspirational leadership.
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A boring end to a boring World Cup and don’t let the ICC tell you otherwise

If the whole point of the World Cup was to make money, then this has been a wildly successful tournament. But if it was to thrill us in a manner only sport can, then this was a big failure.
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US voices its disappointment with India for voting against gay rights

The US has voiced its disappointment with India for voting against the benefits of gay partners at the UN.
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No hijack: How false WhatsApp messages about AI flight created a scare

Rumours spread through WhatsApp about a potential hijack situation on board an Air India flight created a scare.
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World Cup: India may have lost, but our cricket fans have finally grown up

The 2015 world cup was different from the others in many ways. First, the fans were not desperate for a win. Over the past six years, MS Dhoni and his men had won almost every ICC trophy on offer—the World Cup, T-20, Champion’s Trophy. In the mind of the satiated fan, there was no desperation for proving yet again that their team is among the best. That argument was sealed some years ago.
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World Cup: BCCI and Dhoni’s men should be happy that Indians are angry

On Thursday, the spectacle of angry protesters decrying the team was back on the streets yet again.
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World Cup: Aussies confident Hazlewood will be fit for final against Kiwis

Australia are confident pace bowler Josh Hazlewood will be fit to face New Zealand in Sunday’s World Cup final despite being forced to leave the pitch towards the end of the semi-final.
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Oil up 5 percent after Saudi strikes in Yemen; dollar limits gains

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Oil jumped about 5 percent on Thursday, rallying a second straight day, after air strikes in Yemen by Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies sparked fears of a bigger Middle East battle that could disrupt world crude supplies. The military operation against Houthi rebels, who have driven the president from Yemen’s capital Sanaa, has not affected oil facilities of major Gulf producers
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Smith didn’t exude muscle or intimidate but was deadly against India

It shapes as a classic final. Australia versus New Zealand. The Trans-Tasman rivalry is about to go into overdrive.
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