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Sachin Tendulkar turns 41 today

Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar turned 41 on Thursday and will be celebrating his birthday in his home town in the midst of Indian Premier League action in the United Arab Emirates after being with his franchise Mumbai Indians in the initial phase of the T20 league.

Sachin greater than Bradman, claims book with "evidence"

The jury is still out on whether Sachin Tendulkar retired a greater batsman than late Australian legend Don Bradman but a Chennai-based author claims to have found the "forensic evidence" to prove that the Indian maestro was indeed the better of the two icons.

Didn`t want to miss important names in farewell speech: Tendulkar

He delivered his farewell speech with such emotional conviction that many were left wiping tears but retired batting legend Sachin Tendulkar today said his only preparation for the stirring address was to remember the "important" names he wanted to mention.

Sachin Tendulkar`s so cool, says Tiger Woods after meeting batting great

They are legends in their own domain, but it seems iconic cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has managed to floor ace golfer Tiger Woods when the two greats caught up in the Capital on Tuesday.

I will continue to bat for India, says Sachin Tendulkar

Iconic cricketer Sachin Tendulkar on Tuesday said that he will "continue to bat for India" in all spheres of life in his endeavour to bring smile on the faces of the common people.

Tendulkar getting Bharat Ratna big day for Indian cricket: Farooq

Union Minister and Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association President Farooq Abdullah today said conferring Bharat Ratna to Sachin Tendulkar was a big day for cricket as he made India shine in the game.

Sachin Tendulkar, Professor CNR Rao receive Bharat Ratna

Legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and eminent scientist Prof CNR Rao were on Tuesday conferred with the country`s highest civilian honour Bharat Ratna by President Pranab Mukherjee at a function held at the `Durbar Hall` of Rashtrapati Bahavan.

"Last goodbye to 22 yards" now on social media

A documentary charting the euphoria around final days of legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar in the game will be available on social media platforms, including Youtube from Saturday.

Exhibition of paintings on Tendulkar from tomorrow

An exhibition of over 25 paintings portraying different moods and expressions of cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar will be held at the Andheri Sports Complex from Saturday.

Kallis a true champion, says Tendulkar

Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar lauded Jacques Kallis Tuesday as one of the greatest all-rounders of the game and said the South African was "a true champion".

`Boof` behind Australia`s Ashes turnaround

Australia`s dramatic turnaround to dominate England and win back the Ashes just months after a 3-0 series defeat to their traditional rivals has largely been attributed to the man they call "Boof".

It still has not hit me yet: Sachin Tendulkar on retirement

Sachin Tendulkar might have retired from all forms of cricket last month but the Indian batting legend says the feeling is yet to sink in that he would not playing the sport anymore.

My first inning has ended, second is about to begin: Sachin Tendulkar

A twenty-four-year-long habit can be mighty difficult to quit. More so when the person in question is Sachin Tendulkar who is used to having a billion eyes following him day in and day out.

Whether Arjun becomes successful or not my support will anyways be there: Sachin Tendulkar

Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar on Tuesday suggested that Mumbai Cricket Association can improve its talent pool by making its inter-college and inter-school competition a 15-player affair.

Sachin deserves every bit of `Bharat Ratna`: Ganguly

Former India cricket captain Sourav Ganguly on Monday said Sachin Tendulkar is India`s `Bharat Ratna` and deserves "every bit" of the country`s highest civilian award.

Watson ready to shoulder more of bowling workload during Adelaide Test

Australian Test player Shane Watson has said that he can be relied on to shoulder more of the bowling workload on a flat Adelaide deck, with Australia`s four front-line bowlers likely to need plenty of back-up for the second Test.