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If you cut out bouncers then there is no fun in the game, says Virender Sehwag

Sehwag also said that he had been hit on the helmet many times but batsmen had an option to duck down.

The gentlemen who were on the wrong side of cricket injuries

Cricket may not be the most dangerous sport around, but it too has had its fair share of fatal on-field mishaps.

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Phil Hughes' injury is a rare one but reminds us the dangers involved in cricket: Brian Lara

The former West Indies maestro recalled how his teammate Phil Simmons had a similar injury and recovered.

Australian cricketer Phil Hughes in induced coma after undergoing surgery

The out come of his surgery is expected only after 48 hours. Watch the video inside.

Gentleman's game not all that gentle: A peek into past injuries

Cricket authorities have sought to minimise injuries by making protective gear mandatory for some age groups.

Indian trainee teacher dies after assault in New Zealand

McFarland could face more serious charges,according to the local police.

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Indian-origin man assaulted for 'complimenting a woman's dress',dies in NZ

The incident took place Saturday morning,and the deceased was on life-support ever since.

'Alarming' rise in children injured by falling TVs

Most injuries are in kids under 5; head and neck injuries including concussions are the most common.

City Briefs: 2 hurt in Bandra ceiling collapse

A portion of the ceiling plaster on the third floor of a seven-storeyed building on Carter Road,Bandra (West),collapsed Thursday,injuring two persons

Post injury,Saaniya aims to start winning again

“I returned with a good score on the first day of the first leg of the Pro-Tour. I was lying tied second after Day One and fell back in the later days. I have to improve upon this aspect and make sure that I maintain my rhythm. I suffered the wrist injury last year,which then put pressure on my elbow. It has not healed completely but I am taking it my stride”

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