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Justin Langer shuts door on speculations, BCCI

The left-handed batsman on Tuesday said that he was flattered to have been associated with such high-profile roles.

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Australia’s Chris Rogers confirms international retirement after Ashes series

Rogers has scored 1,535 runs at an average of 39.35 with four centuries in his 20 Tests to date.


England will be weaker without Kevin Pietersen, says Michael Clarke

KP was sacked by Eng last year following the 2013-14 Ashes during which he was accused of being disengaged from team.

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Australia wicket-keeper Brad Haddin quits ODI cricket

Haddin played every match in the triumphant World Cup campaign earlier this year to take his tally to 126 ODIs.

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Attempt to play first day-night Test may fail after New Zealand players oppose concept

A survey found that 17 of the 20 NZ players opposed day-night Tests which some said is designed purely to make money.


Rival Aussies confused over ECB-Kevin Pietersen chaos

Australian players are bemused by the saga, while relishing the ongoing drama.


Accidental find: Crew searching for MH370 discovers an uncharted shipwreck

The unexpected finding came when sonar equipment on board a search vessel scouring the Indian Ocean for the missing jetliner detected a cluster of objects nearly 4 km below the surface.


Indian-origin lawmaker to take oath on the Gita in Australia

“It is an incredible honour and I am humbled to be the first Australian politician to take his oath of allegiance on the Gita,” he said.

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Australia: Exploring my dream destination Tasmania

The centrepiece in Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain are the still waters of the Dove Lake.


Melbourne bomb plot disrupted: Australian police

The suspect will appear in the Melbourne Children’s Court on Monday on terrorism charges.


I won’t be doing coaching forever, says Darren Lehmann

Lehmann, support staff and Australian players in all 3 formats spend around 300 days on the road each year.

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Koala pays late night visit to Australian hospital

Staffers at an Australian hospital received a rather unusual late night visitor — a koala.


World Cup winners Australia experiencing Post-Olympic Gold Depression

Half of members of World Cup-winning Aussie team are far from their best at ongoing IPL, writes Harsha Bhogle.

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Prisoners executed in Indonesia scorned blindfolds, sang as they were shot: Report

Indonesia executed 8 prisoners convicted of drug crimes on Wednesday.

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Australia recalls ambassador to Indonesia after executions

Ambassador Paul Gibson will return to Australia at the end of the week, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said.