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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - While his India team mates lapped up the acclaim after returning from their triumphant Australia tour, Mohammed Siraj drove straight from Hyderabad airport to a burial ground to pay his respects to his father, who passed away in November.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane returned home to a red carpet welcome in Mumbai on Thursday, having led a severely depleted side to a famous test series win in Australia.
(Reuters) - India celebrated its cricket heroes on Wednesday with photos of Ajinkya Rahane's "fearless" side dominating the front pages of the country's newspapers after their 2-1 series victory in Australia.
(Reuters) - India's regular skipper Virat Kohli will return to the team for next month's four-test series against England after the country's cricket board (BCCI) named the squad for the first two matches in Chennai.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's regular captain Virat Kohli joined the country's Prime Minister Narendra Modi in paying tribute to Ajinkya Rahane and his team who defied massive odds to script a memorable 2-1 series victory in Australia on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - An injury-ravaged India's 2-1 triumph in Australia under a stand-in captain will go down as one of the greatest series ever played, coach Ravi Shastri said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Rishabh Pant unleashed a batting maelstrom to blast India to an incredible three-wicket win in the fourth test decider on Tuesday as Ajinkya Rahane's injury-ravaged tourists humbled Australia with a 2-1 series triumph.
(Reuters) - Regular captain Virat Kohli led the tributes to Shardul Thakur's brave batting in the Brisbane decider but the number eight batsman was underwhelmed by his praise as he never considered himself a dud with the bat.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - India will give their walking wounded every chance to prove their fitness for the series-deciding test against Australia in Brisbane on Friday and will delay naming their starting 11 until the morning of the match, batting coach Vikram Rathour said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A punishing test series that has exacted a heavy toll on both sides draws to a fitting climax in Brisbane where a humbled Australia will aim to crush an ailing Indian side at their Gabba fortress.