India v Pakistan World Cup semi final in Mohali was the calm at centre of this cricketing storm
Never mind Sachin Tendulkar's charmed innings, the real miracle of Mohali was the calm at centre of this cricketing storm.
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Date Listed : Thursday, March 31, 2011
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