Chandigarh, Punjab: October 8, 2007 – India has proved its mettle by defeating Australia by eight runs in an exciting match played her on Monday in the fourth limited-overs international. Australia still leads in the series to 2-1.
Hyderabad, India: October 5, 2007 – Hyderabad has proved unlucky for India, it lost to Australia by 47 runs despite magnificent inning of 121 by Yuvraj Singh and took a lead of 2-0 in the series of seven one day matches, India thus lost two matches in a row. The first match was abandoned.
Kingsmead: September 23, 2007 – Yuvraj Singh played superbly, made brilliant 70 off 30 balls, and got India entry to the final. India got 188 and beat Australia by 15 runs, Captain Dhoni also played well, in fact, it was a team’s work, it clicked, stunned the Australian, even though they gave a tough response.
September 22, 2007 – Luck or not, Dhoni as Captain of the Indian Cricket team is confident that his team would do some miraculous act and fetch the victory, so Saturday is going to be a big day for India if the fitness of the two great players is cleared.
Bangalore, July 30, 2007 – A government job, a teaching position in his alma mater and two leading hospitals in the city willing to take him in… jobs lined up for Muhammad Haneef on Monday, a day after he arrived home from Australia to a warm but chaotic welcome after being cleared of terror link charges.
July 28, 2007 – Mohamed Haneef is allowed to leave Australia and would get his work visa reinstated as per Lawyer Peter Russo, who will fly with him to India today. Immigration Minister Kevin Andrews confirmed it. However, the govt. is determined not to reinstate Haneefa’s work visa.
July 27, 2007 – Damian Bugg, the commonwealth director of public prosecutions, has announced that charges against the Indian doctor, Mohamed Haneef, who was held in Australia in connection with the failed bomb plots in Glasgow and London, are dropped.
Karachi, July 21, 2007 – The Australian hockey team is to skip this year’s Champions Trophy tournamentto be held in Lahore in December.
Melbourne, July 20, 2007 – The Australian Immigration Department has given tourist visa to a cousin of Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef to provide him support during legal proceedings.
Bangalore, Karnatka (India): July 09, 2007 (Monday) – It is for the first time that Karnataka Home Minister M P Prakash while speaking about the Bangalore connection to the failed UK terror attack said that Dr Mohammad Haneef, the Indian doctor held by Australian Federal Police over the failed UK terror plot since last week, is possibly involved in the plot.