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Star Sports bags 8-year rights deal with ICC

ICC announced in a press release that it was the ‘biggest ever’ deal at a cost of Rs 3,851 cr over 6-years.


India need to find solutions at top and tail of the bowling

The new ball is the bigger issue. India get wickets slower than most other top teams, writes Harsha Bhogle.


Switch hit: South Korea’s English coach turns baseball players into cricketers for Asian Games

Even before he got there, Fountain was aware that baseball culture has always run deep in South Korea.


City-born cricketer does well for Canada U-19 team, aims higher

‘I am happy to have played at the U-19 level. I will be the happiest to be in the senior national team soon,’ says armaan kapoor.


Utseya latest ‘suspect’ as ICC clean-up continues

Utseya made his international debut in 2004 and has since taken 10 wickets in four tests and 123 wickets in 156 ODIs.


Ajmal to fly to Brisbane for bowling tests

The official said umpires and match referee have reported at least 30 to 35 deliveries bowled during the Test.


ICC turns page in James Anderson-Ravindra Jadeja affair; BCCI may not give up fight

Alastair Cook defended his fast bowler’s attitude, claiming that Anderson if anything had a ‘split personality’.


Words like ‘f**k’ common on field says Matt Prior

According to Anderson’s version, it was Jadeja who was the aggressor and without provocation.


Not satisfied with verdict, BCCI seeks ICC’s intervention

We don’t agree with the reason given by the judicial commissioner to absolve Anderson, the BCCI said.


ICC appeals to all members to respect it’s judicial process

The notice came in the wake of the recent Jadeja-Anderson altercation.

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James Anderson hearing scheduled for August 1

Anderson is alleged to have pushed Jadeja when the teams were leaving the pitch.


India depart with baggage

MS Dhoni & Co. leave for five-Test series in England hoping for first Test win overseas in 3 years


Supreme Court refuses urgent hearing on plea against N Srinivasan

The apex court had on May 16 ordered a probe by the Justice Mukul Mudgal committee against Srinivasan.


BCCI threatened to form ‘parallel ICC’

BCCI president-in-exile N Srinivasan is going to take over as the first chairman of the ICC later this month.


India slip one spot in ODI rankings, Virat Kohli continues to be top batsman

India lost their second position to Sri Lanka, while Australia maintained their place at the top of the heap.


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