Friday, May 22, 2015
'Windies players in IPL shouldn't walk straight back into Test side'
'Windies players in IPL shouldn't walk straight back into Test side'

The team will gather shortly for the two-Test home series against Australia.

Azhar biopic: Three tons, two wives, one false step...
Azhar biopic: Three tons, two wives, one false step...

That same slouch, taweez (amulet), helmet and the upturned collar -- the first look of Hashmi-starrer "Azhar".

Yuki, Somdev ousted in French Open qualifiers
Yuki, Somdev ousted in French Open qualifiers

The Indian challenge at the second Grand Slam of the season will be led by world number one Sania Mirza.

We would love to beat CSK in Ranchi: AB de Villiers
Indian Premier League

AB de Villiers said CSK are a strong side and it would be difficult to beat them.

International cricket returns to Pakistan, amid tight security

Pakistan has deployed at least 4,000 policemen and paramilitaries to protect Zimbabwe cricket team.

'New coach should be able to take charge of Virat Kohli'

Former India left-arm spinner wants the new India coach to be able to 'take charge of Kohli's temperament.'


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Sterling won't sign Liverpool deal
English Premier League

20-year-old Sterling has developed a reputation as one of England's brightest young prospects.

'I hope other teams also follow Zimbabwe’s example'

Afridi appreciated the courage and spirit of Zimbabwe saying they deserved kudos for undertaking the tour.

Saina Nehwal regains top spot in world badminton rankings

The Olympic bronze medallist climbed to the number one ranking on Wednesday once again.

After a decade of dominance, Rafael Nadal unsteady on clay

Nadal is approaching his 29th birthday and major questions about his form and confidence.

Virat named sixth most marketable athlete

Kohli has been named above the likes of Usain Bolt, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Novak Djokovic.

'AB the guy who will take the game away'
Indian Premier League

Stephen Fleming cautioned his bowlers to be spot on against AB de Villiers on Friday.

'India, SL, B'desh need to give us more support'

Zimbabwe are first Test-playing nation to tour Pak since the 2009 terror attack on SL team bus in Lahore.

U-17 WC stadia should be ready 9 months prior: FIFA

The 23-day tournament is likely to be held in the later half of 2017.

AB gifts his MOM award to Mandeep
Indian Premier League

Mandeep scored an unconquered 34-ball 54 to help his side beat Rajasthan Royals by 71 runs.

Roger Bannister to auction ‘4-minute-mile’ shoes

Roger Bannister’s leather shoes, made weighed 113.4 grams, much lighter than other shoes at the time.

Sunderland hold Arsenal, avoid relegation
English Premier League

Sunderland's American owner, Ellis Short, was in north London to see his team play out a goalless draw.

Tossing, turning Harbhajan rises again

Harbhajan Singh recalled for next month’s Bangladesh Test as Ravindra Jadeja fails to make the cut; Kohli to lead side.

BCCI yet to take a call on Fletcher’s successor

Duncan Fletcher’s contract expired after the World Cup.

Trent Boult tightens screws
Indian Premier League

Coming into the IPL, Boult had enhanced his reputation with his record-breaking feat at the World Cup.

IPL 8: AB-Mandeep stand, RCB deliver
Indian Premier League

AB de Villiers combines with Punjab youngster for a game-changing stand as Royal Challengers eliminates Royals with a 71-run win.

'England rebuilding tarnished reputation'

Cook denied media reports that he had issued the ECB with an ultimatum that he would resign as captain if Pietersen was recalled.

Amir chooses first-class over Big Bash

Mohammad Amir said his immediate task was to improve his fitness and retrieve his reputation.

No discussion on Yuvraj, says Patil

Sandeep Patil took questions on the upcoming Bangladesh tour on Wednesday.

Dhoni penalised for 'horrible' comment
Indian Premier League

Dhoni referred opener Dwayne Smith's dismissal as a "horrible decision" by the umpire.

'Death bowling is a tough job, but I like it'
Indian Premier League

In a chat with The Indian Express, James Faulkner explains why he is the captain's go-to man, on death bowling and yorkers.