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Dhoni has no immediate plans to retire, says longtime friend Arun Pandey
 
New Delhi: Mahendra Singh Dhoni has no immediate plans to retire despite the intense speculation surrounding his future, his longtime friend and business partner Arun Pandey said Friday. Speculations over Dhoni''s future intensified ever since India lost their big-ticket World Cup semifinal against New Zealand earlier this month. "He has no immediate plans to retire. The constant speculation over the future of a great player like him is unfortunate," Pandey told PTI. Pandey''s comments came ahead of Sunday''s team selection for the West Indies tour.

The picture on Dhoni''s plans will be clearer once the squad is picked for the tour beginning August 3. BCCI officials are expected to speak to the two-time World Cup winning captain. Pandey has been associated with Dhoni for a long time and also handles his business interest besides heading Rhiti Sports, a sports management company. With the selectors looking at the future following the World Cup, the 38-year-old may not be an automatic pick in the team. The speculation surrounding Dhoni''s retirement is only growing by the day with many of his countless fans wanting him to carry on while some questioning his waning abilities as a batsman.

Dhoni has captained India to titles in all major ICC events -- World Cup, World T20 and Champions Trophy. His last international innings of 50 ended in heartbreak for the entire nation as he was run out with a brilliant direct hit from the deep by New Zealand opener Martin Guptill, effectively ending India''s hopes in the knock-out game. Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja had brought back India into the game with a 116-run stand after they were reeling at 24 for four chasing 240. The man from Ranchi have turned up for the country in 350 ODIs, 90 Tests and 98 T20 Internationals. He has amassed 10,773 ODI runs at an average of over 50 while in Test cricket, Dhoni accumulated 4876 runs at 38.09.


Dhawan hit on rib-cage, won't take field during Australia innings: BCCI
Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh eyes return to national side
Mithali demoted to Grade B in BCCI central contracts
Ponkratov heads Chennai Open chess tournament field
Rishabh Pant ruled out of 2nd ODI vs Australia, to undergo rehabilitation at NCA
Gokulam Kerala thump Quess East Bengal 3-1 to rise to fourth spot
Anti-CAA protest at Wankhede Stadium
Both Dhawan and Rahul can play, I might bat lower down, indicates skipper Kohli
Punjab FC host Mohun Bagan in clash of heavyweights
Bumrah receives Polly Umrigar and Dilip Sardesai awards
Kerala Blasters FC picks up an important 1-0 win against ATK in Hero ISL
Rohit comes back, Samson dropped from T20I squad; Test, ODI teams for NZ Tour on hold
NZ Tour: Hardik to be back for white ball leg, Gill or Rahul for 3rd opener in Tests
Rahul is top-ranked Indian batsman, Kohli moves up in T20 rankings
All-round India thrash Sri Lanka by 78 runs to win series 2-0
Sindhu, Saina crash out of Malaysia Masters
Dhoni may end his ODI career soon, says Shastri
3rd T20I: India eye series win against Sri Lanka in Pune
Bengaluru FC reduced gap at top of Hero ISL table
Kohli maintains no 1 ICC Test Rankings among batters, Pujara, Rahane slide
KERALA NEWS
Kerala govt will continue fight against CAA: Minister
 Thiruvananthapuram: A day after it moved the Supreme Court against the controversial Citizenship Ame  
Sabarimala all set for Makaravilakku; Heavy security at Ayyappa shrine
Nigerian arrested for duping Keralite couple
Police book BJP workers for raising provocative slogans
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Putin's, Xi's ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West
 Moscow: Russia's Vladimir Putin and China's Xi Jinping have established themselves as the world's mo
Ukraine PM offers to resign after leaked recording
Top Iran leader: Trump is a 'clown' who will betray Iranians
Musharraf approaches Pak SC to suspend death sentence ruling by special court in high treason case
NATIONAL NEWS
No right to live in India if you can't accept Vande Mataram: Pratap Sarangi
 Surat (Gujarat) [India], Jan 19 (ANI): Accusing Congress of spreading misinformation about the Citiz
Impossible to provide proof of religious persecution under CAA: Assam Min Himanta Biswa
Real problem in country is unemployment, not population: Owaisi
Don't do politics over Nirbhaya case: Kejriwal to BJP
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