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India, the World Cup holders, have been the team of the Champions Trophy. Relaxed, assertive, controlled they have won all three matches at a canter.

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A submerged idol of Hindu Lord Shiva stands in the flooded River Ganges in Rishikesh, in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand

India floods: Death toll rises amid heavy rain

The death toll following another 24 hours of severe flooding in northern India has risen to more than 70, according to local media reports.

23 killed and over 10,000 pilgrims stranded along mountain pass in northern India

Torrential downpours in northern states wash away roads, buildings and vehicles

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Australia captain Michael Clarke is yet to feature in this year's Champions Trophy

Champions Trophy: Australian captain Michael Clarke could return to action for crucial clash with Sri Lanka

Clarke has missed both of their Champions Trophy games due to a back injury but is hopeful of playing some part in tomorrow's Group A decider

India vs Pakistan is one of the sport's most anticipated matches

Champions Trophy: A dead rubber with as much passion and intensity as a final

India are through and Pakistan are out but today’s meeting means the world to both sides

Hunt is on in Gujarat for a distant cousin who shares Prince William’s Indian blood

Tests have established a direct link between the Duke of Cambridge and a woman believed to have been at least half Indian

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Subhash Chander will soon send his last message from the Central Telegraph Office in Delhi

After 163 years India sends its final telegram -(Stop): Mobile phones and the internet have superseded the once-essential service

Inside the whitewashed building with its British-era colonnades, people busied about their work over the constant chatter of an electronic printer. Paper would be torn off and the printer started again.

Lasith Malinga of Sri Lanka attempts to run out Stuart Broad

Champions Trophy: England v Sri Lanka halfway report

A late flurry from England ensured that, despite a slight middle order collapse, they batted themselves into a very strong position at the halfway stage of their Champions Trophy clash with Sri Lanka.

Jos Buttler goes into scoop mode against New Zealand

Champions Trophy: I am not scared to scoop against Lasith Malinga, says Jos Buttler

England man accepts challenge to take on feared Sri Lankan's reverse swing

India's Shikhar Dhawan celebrates his century (100 Runs) during the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy One Day International (ODI) cricket match between India and West Indies at The Oval in London

Champions Trophy: India cruise to victory over West Indies by eight wickets

India (236 for two) beat West Indies (234 for nine) by eight wickets

Narendra Modi, chief minister of Gujarat state, gestures on the podium

Is Mr Modi the man for India?

Narendra Modi isn't actually standing for election as Indian Prime Minister yet, although you'd be forgiven for thinking otherwise. Since the main opposition party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) announced he will be leading its election campaign, the world media has been busy sizing up his leadership potential.

Michael Clarke claims he has put aside thoughts of the Ashes series

Champions Trophy: Michael Clarke misses out again for Australia

Injury ruled captain out of New Zealand match

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