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India (300-7) beat Pakistan (224 all out) by 76 runs

OUTLOOK: RBS investigators are too tied to the establishment to win victims’ trust

Lawrence Tomlinson cuts quite a dash. The swashbuckling racing driver/millionaire tycoon shoots from the hip, and his report on RBS’s treatment of small business was characteristically explosive.

Npower confirms 1,460 British jobs in outsourcing to India

Work will be outsourced to Capita and Tata Consultancy Services

Maoism is still alive in India, where inequality flourishes

In India justice is the exception and injustice the rule

Aarushi Talwar murder case: Indian dentists Rajesh and Nupur Talwar convicted of killing their daughter and housekeeper

Rajesh and Nupur Talwar found guilty of killing daughter Aarushi and servant Hemraj in murder mystery that has gripped nation for five years

Diageo offers to sell Whyte & Mackay to dispel competition concerns

Diageo has offered to sell the bulk of the business with the exception of the Dalmore and Tamnavulin distilleries

The Aussie Angle on the Ashes 2013-14: Exceptional Clarke has silenced his critics at last

If the mark of a true champion is their capacity to perform at their very best under the most intense scrutiny and pressure, then Michael Clarke belongs in the ranks of the truly exceptional.

Families of former British soldiers held in Indian jail call on government for help

The families of six former British soldiers imprisoned in India after being arrested during “anti-piracy operations” have demanded the UK government intervene to secure their safe return.

Kevin Pietersen wants to carry on playing for England until 2016

The Ashes 2013-14: 'I just laugh off Aussie remarks', says Kevin Pietersen

Batsman also spoke of his intention to play for England until at least 2016

A young fan walks past a billboard paying tribute to Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar retirement: 'Little Master' leaves field in tears as he brings an end to a glittering career for India

His country record an innings victory in Tendulkar's 200th and final Test appearance

Indian supporters queue to watch Sachin Tendulkar's final match

Sachin Tendulkar retirement: Massive outpouring of emotion for Little Master

There was to be no fairy-tale century in Tendulkar’s 200th and final Test but he was roared back to the pavilion

University students carve an image of Sachin Tendulkar in the sand in tribute to the retiring cricketer

Sachin Tendulkar retirement: The 'Little Master' out for 74, so has he missed his chance for a final century?

Tendulkar may not bat in the second innings as India pile on the runs meaning he could well have played his final innings where he was out for 74

Mumbai's taxi's were offering free rides to the stadium for fans travelling to watch Tendulkar's final match

Sachin Tendulkar retirement: Final test sees Little Master turn back the clock

The fall of an Indian wicket on home turf is generally greeted with a profound silence. A little past 3.30pm on Thursday afternoon, however, the packed crowd in the Wankhede Stadium here in his home city of Mumbai broke from that norm and erupted in ecstasy when Murali Vijay was dismissed.

David Cameron on Coalition: 'You have to make compromises that are not necessarily in the long-term interests of the country'

The job of prime minister is like being in the midst of an "asteroid shower", David Cameron said today as he claimed that being in coalition sometimes prevented him acting in the national interest.

The HMS Illustrious will head to the Philippines

Typhoon Haiyan aftermath: HMS Illustrious to help in Philippines aid effort, says David Cameron

The British Navy will send the aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious to help with the relief effort following Typhoon Haiyan, which hit the Philippines last week.

Sachin Tendulkar walks off the pitch in Perth in January 2012

Sachin Tendulkar retirement: The 'Little Master' reaches 38 not-out on the first day of his final appearance for India

Tendulkar was given a guard of honour by the West Indies side and umpires as he walked to the crease in his final match before retirement

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