Rajan Mahan and Siddhaarth Mahan
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Rajan Mahan is a professor of journalism at the University of Rajasthan and Siddhaarth Mahan, is a state level cricketer, actor and writer.

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Ben Stokes and Jasprit Bumrah: The star performers of World Cup 2019

Even as we continue to debate if New Zealand should have won the World Cup instead of England, there are few players who will remain the undisputed masters of this year's tournament.

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World Cup 2019: How Team India came to be called the 'new chokers'

As unfair as it may seem to fans right now, India needs to win an ICC tournament at the earliest to ensure that this tag, that's been monopolised for decades by South Africa, does not stick to Virat's warriors.

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Despite Jadeja heroics, New Zealand stun India, break a billion hearts

Questions will now be raised on India's line-up and why they were not able to achieve a modest total of 239.

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The Superstar who tamed the Sri Lankan lions, Rohit Sharma, is the batsman India needs and deserves

Sharma has been in Kohli’s shadow for a long, long time — but now, he is finally coming into his own and making a name for himself.

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World Cup 2019: Bangladesh is out but not before the Bengal tigers gave India a fight!

India is through to the semi-finals, but this was no smooth sailing for the Men In Blue, who found a feisty Bangladesh waiting to take them on! Here's why the Bengal team's bite is only getting sharper.

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World Cup 2019: England's hopes soar for the Cup as they end India's unbeaten streak!

England won against India by 31 runs. Eoin Morgan's men made sure Virat's boys had a hard time in Birmingham. And Team India showed no intent to win.

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Cricket World Cup 2019: Once mighty giants of cricket, West Indies simply collapsed before India

The Men in Blue (and sometimes orange) continue the winning streak and snag the second spot in the points table.