Thursday, Nov 27, 2014
The gentlemen who were on the wrong side of cricket injuries
The gentlemen who were on the wrong side of cricket injuries

Cricket may not be the most dangerous sport around, but it too has had its fair share of fatal on-field mishaps.

Wawrinka will be back to defend his Chennai Open title
Wawrinka will be back to defend his Chennai Open title

India's Somdev Devvarman and Ramkumar Ramanathan also figure in the main draw of the Chennai-based tournament.

Chelsea wary of Sunderland challenge

Sunderland will have the opportunity to end in-form Chelsea's run of 19 undefeated matches.

Express LOL: India's Suresh Raina turns 28

Here's our humorous take on Suresh Raina and the gifts he would be expecting on his 27th birthday.

Faroe Islands leapfrog 82 places to No. 105 in FIFA rankings after beating Greece

Last-place San Marino climbed 28 to No. 180 after a 0-0 draw against Estonia ending a 61-match losing run.

Moeen Ali ton in vain as Sri Lanka beat England by 25 runs

He was finally out offering a tame return catch to leg spinner Jeevan Mendis and his efforts were ultimately in vain.


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Bangladesh put Zimbabwe to the sword, wrap series

It was Bangladesh’s biggest win by margin against Zimbabwe, eclipsing a 121-run victory in 2013 at Bulawayo.

Conditions, Apply: India's top six batsmen

Just 3 1/2 months since India's debacle in England, the Test team has reached & begun practice fairly in Australia.

ISL: FC Goa demolish Kerala Blasters 3-0
Indian Super League

After a barren first half, FC Goa scored through Slepicka (63th, 79th) and man of the match Andre Santos (69th).

Mohammad Hafeez spoils Daniel Vettori's comeback as Pakistan dominate first day

Vettori, recalled in place of Jimmy Neehsam, is playing his 112th match for New Zealand, becoming NZ's most capped player.

Phil Hughes continues to fight for his life at St Vincent's Hospital

Cricket Australia has decided to abandon the ongoing round of Sheffield Shield matches as a mark of respect for Hughes

Manchester City FC defeat is a lesson before knockout stages, says Pep Guardiola
UEFA Champions League

Bayern had already secured top spot in Group E before their trip to the Etihad Stadium.

'Million Dollar Bat' to hunt for US-born IPL star

The founders plan cricket reality show 'Million Dollar Bat' to give baseball batters a chance to play in the IPL.

Phil Hughes was wearing older helmet, says helmet manufacturer Masuri

They however, refused to comment on whether the their latest model helmets could have prevented the injury.

Hockey India slams the door on Terry Walsh

In a software-related issue, Batra alleged that Walsh committed an impropriety to the tune of $176,000.

Liverpool’s fading silver lining

Both Liverpool and Ludogorets are at the bottom of Group B with three points each.

Phil Hughes' injury is a rare one but reminds us the dangers involved in cricket: Brian Lara

The former West Indies maestro recalled how his teammate Phil Simmons had a similar injury and recovered.

Cricket fraternity hopes for Phil Hughes' speedy recovery

With Hughes fighting it out in the hospital, cricketers took to Twitter and wished him a speedy recovery.

Gentleman's game not all that gentle: A peek into past injuries

Cricket authorities have sought to minimise injuries by making protective gear mandatory for some age groups.

First Mudgal probe report also relevant, says Panel’s counsel

Nalini Chidambaram, counsel for the CABihar, started her arguments by reading out certain portions from the first report.

Kenya to play five ODIs against Pakistan A in Lahore

They will play in Lahore from Dec. 13-20. The city where Sri Lankan cricket team was attacked by gunmen in 2009.

I will try my best to become world number one: Saina

Saina added that the impression that it is extremely difficult to beat Chinese players is a thing of the past.