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AUS Vs IND: Ian Healy Questions Tim Paine's Captaincy, Says Australia Lacked Commitment Against India

Jan 21, 2021 PTI

Ian Healy, who kept wickets for Australia in 119 Tests between 1988 and 1999, was critical of Tim Paine as India won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series 2-1

AUS Vs IND: Ian Healy Lashes Out At Tim Paine, Says Desperate Australia Overstepped The Mark In Sydney Test

Jan 12, 2021 PTI

Australia captain Time Paine was involved in a verbal duel with Ravichandran Ashwin while the Indian off-spinner was batting


AUS Vs IND: Ian Healy Wants To See Tim Paine As One Of Longest Serving Australia Test Captains

Paine, who was named captain after former skipper Steve Smith was handed a one-year ban for his involvement in the 2018 ball-tampering scandal, has seen his team record some memorable wins

Rishabh Pant Conundrum: Aussie Great Adam Gilchrist Offers Embattled Indian Wicketkeeper Brilliant Advice

Nov 05, 2019 PTI

Rishabh Pant has been struggling to hold on to his place in the Indian cricket team despite a resounding start to his career, and legendary Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist has said that the youngster should only focus on being his own best version


Proteas Beware!

India is now bad news to South Africa because the disruptions are nearly overcome. They have had some tough cricket coming off a break and will be ready to play closer to their potential. It will be another cracker of a series which will feel easier

07 November, 2004

A Two-Day Hit And Giggle

Ian Healy

I simply can't come to grips with the fact that one of the world's best stadiums resembled that very park which could not even be trusted by the amateurs. Players who have participated at this level know that this was a stuff up of the highest order


01 November, 2004

Look For Positives

Ian Healy

The pressure is off, the expectations are low. New blood without the stress of worrying about the result should ensure some spark returns to the lifeless outfit that has been India.


30 October, 2004

Thirty Five Years Of History Stopped

Ian Healy

India have no one to blame but themselves because it was their own lack of skill at critical times in the field. Which approach will John Wright take to remedy these problems? Overtraining or holidaying?


24 October, 2004

Age Not A Factor With Aussies

Ian Healy

Knowledge of and belief in one's ability are crucial and yet have precious little to do with the chronological. These players are keyed up and perfectly trained for this contest and much fitter physically than they need to be so that they can persist


22 October, 2004

Sehwag Back In Business

Ian Healy

Batsmen like Sehwag do not need to bat too differently in different forms of the game, yet there is pressure to do just that. A little more mental control will see him become a consistent danger to all.


19 October, 2004

A Mouth-Watering Proposition...

Ian Healy

...for us as spectators but I would be surprised if some players' mouths are drier than a lime burner's boot. The dominant match-saving performances in the match belied just how tough it must have been in the middle.


13 October, 2004

Indians Need To Think Aggressively

Ian Healy

India must get out of their shoe cupboards and play from the kitchen with plenty of heat.


11 October, 2004

Indian Spinners Undone By Top Order

Ian Healy

Harbhajan and Kumble have not been allowed to re-enter at their own tempo. Both men had the task of keeping the runs down and removing Australian batsmen -- a combination which so rarely happens. So, the Indian batsmen have to take responsibility.


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Union Home Minister Amit Shah at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2021, in New Delhi.

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People visit the deserted Chandrabhaga sea beach, amid Cyclone Jawad threat in Puri.

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Snow covered peaks of the Dhauladhar mountains range of the Himalayas after a fresh spell of snowfall, in Palampur.

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A railway worker repairs a foot-over bridge at Hatia railway station yard in Ranchi

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Odisha passenger trains parked at Hatia Railway station yard after Indian Railways cancelled trains as a precautionary measure in view of Cyclone Jawad, in Ranchi.

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