Monday, Mar 02, 2015
Ranji: Maharashtra implode; Tamil Nadu book final's berth
Ranji: Maharashtra implode; Tamil Nadu book final's berth

Tamil Nadu edged out Maharashtra by virtue of first innings lead in a drawn Ranji semi-finals.

Messi, Suarez on target as Barca back to winning ways
Messi, Suarez on target as Barca back to winning ways

Barca's 3-1 win was overshadowed by Alberto Bueno netting four goals in Rayo Vallecano's victory.

With new ECB chairman, Kevin Pietersen may get a new life
With new ECB chairman, Kevin Pietersen may get a new life

ECB chairman Colin Graves has left the door open for a return to the England side for Kevin Pietersen.

Australia vs New Zealand: Five talking points
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So what went wrong for the Michael Clarke-led unit? Here's a quick look at some.

India take UAE for a spin at the WACA
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R Ashwin records his best ODI figures to help India bowl out UAE for 102; batsmen chase with ease.

The bowlers have really stepped up, says MS Dhoni
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Dhoni said picking wickets in the middle overs has been one of the reasons for India's brilliant run.

Kane, NZ's son

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Kane, NZ's son

India vs UAE, a contest once every decade since 1994

India and UAE faced each other only twice before - once in 1994 and the other meeting was in 2004.

MS Dhoni and the art of Steve Waugh

Andy Bichel says Dhoni’s captaincy is a bit Steve Waugh-like. He sits back and let the players do their thing.

Tamil Nadu crawl to mammoth total

Maharashtra had their opportunities though in the first session on Friday.

Ranji Trophy: Mumbai hang on, for now

Karnataka need four wickets, while 40-time champs are 168 runs adrift of win in semis.

Twin tons set up Sri Lankan win at the MCG
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Bangladesh kept losing wickets at regular intervals and eventually fell short of the target by 92 runs.

Afghanistan register historic win
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Chasing a paltry total, Afghanistan were no where in the contest but Shenwari's fighting 96 helped them cross the line.

India need life at death
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Two facile victories over Pak and SA papered over the cracks that seemed to appear in India's death batting.

Tamil Nadu consolidate after Karthik’s century

A 190-run partnership between Karthik and Shankar laid the platform for a late assault, but TN remained circumspect.

Mumbai have a mountain to climb

Set a daunting target of 445 runs, Mumbai were 61 for no loss at stumps on day two of the semifinal.

India vs UAE will see Rahane vs old friend and batting partner
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Rahane and Patil were part of the Mumbai Under-14, 16, 19 and 22 middle-order.

Ireland vs UAE: Thriller at the Gabba
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Ireland overcome an inspired UAE by two wickets in the World Cup’s most tense affair so far.

Saying ‘yes’ defines Rahane the way it did Dravid

In all formats of the international game, Ajinkya Rahane has established himself as a star to reckon with.

Struggling Younis Khan denies retirement tweet
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Younis Khan denied on Wednesday tweeting a plan to retire from ODI's after the ongoing World Cup.

Barcelona edge out City in first leg as Suarez scores brace

Manchester City suffered from deja vu as Luis Suarez's double gave Barcelona a 2-1 first leg lead.

Nabi embodies Afghanistan's rise from adversity
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No-one embodies the captivating rise of Afghanistan cricket more than Mohammad Nabi.

World Cup 2015: Keeping world in the cup
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Ireland hardly deserve the minnows tag, considering they have caused several upsets across editions, including this one.

Chris Gayle smashes records en-route 147-ball 215
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Chris Gayle created history against Zimbabwe on Tuesday. Here's the look at the records he broke.

Ashwin at his best when he wants to take wickets: Virat Kohli
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Virat Kohli was effusive in his praise for Ashwin, who played crucial roles India's two wins.

After drought, Chris Gayle takes Zimbabwe by storm
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Gayle returned to form with an record innings of 215 and then picked up 2 wickets as WI beat Zim by 73 runs.

In little league, UAE look to go Ireland way
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Coming to Gabba after their mandatory World Cup upset, Ireland now face one of the most improved associate nations, the UAE.