• Pacific nations sign TPP trade deal

    The Trans Pacific Partnership, one of the biggest multinational trade deals ever, is signed by ministers from its 12 member nations in New Zealand.

  • New Zealand quicks Boult, Henry destroy Australia in first ODI

    New Zealand strike bowlers Trent Boult and Matt Henry destroy world champions Australia and set up a comprehensive 159-run victory in their opening one-day international in Auckland.

  • Kerber stuns Williams to win Australian Open title

    Angelique Kerber upsets world number one Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-4 to clinch the Australian Open and becomes the first German to win a grand slam title since her childhood idol Steffi Graf in 1999.

  • Virat Kohli

    Kohli clarifies Smith send-off

    Virat Kohli, under fire for giving Steven Smith a send-off during the first Twenty20 International at the Adelaide Oval clarifies his stance on the incident.

  • ICC stands by Spidercam

    Dave Richardson, the ICC Chief Executive, makes it clear at a promotional event in Mumbai that the Spidercam would be used in the upcoming World Twenty20 in India.

  • ORS, not DRS for India

    Indian team wants an Overall Review System (ORS) in place of the DRS, keeping in mind the 13 home Tests this season.

  • The day when Shahriar made the Aussies pay

    On January 25, 1986, the dashing left-handed opener Shahriar Nafees was born. He exploded on to the scene in 2006 with a brilliant maiden hundred against the mighty Aussies at Fatullah. Let’s recall that awesome knock on his special day!

  • ‘Kohli still has a lot to learn from Dhoni’

    Syed Kirmani, former wicketkeeper feels MS Dhoni should not be pushed to leave the team after suffering his third successive ODI series defeat as captain in Australia and be replaced with Virat Kohli.

  • India avoid sweep on Pandey

    Manish Pandey and MS Dhoni, rookie and old hand combine to deliver India victory over Australia at the last possible opportunity in another run-fest at the SCG.

  • U19 CWC 2016 in Bangladesh: Warming up

    Check out all the interesting facts of this year’s ICC U19 CWC in Bangladesh. Let us all make this gala event a resounding success!

  • Gayle faces expulsion from Big Bash

    West Indian cricketer Chris Gayle faces expulsion from the Big Bash League in Australia if an investigation confirms that he exposed himself to an Australian woman.

  • ICC to invite Ireland as Australia's replacement

    The ICC announced that it has invited Ireland, as the runner-up in the qualifying event in Kuala Lampur in October, to replace Australia in the U-19 World Cup in Bangladesh after the Aussies withdrew today.

  • U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 prep to continue

    International Cricket Council says it will continue to prepare for ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Bangladesh 2016 despite Australia withdrawing its team from the event and expressing concerns over security of its squad.

  • U19 WC in Bangladesh: Aussies pull out over security

    Australia pull back from participating in Under 19 Cricket World Cup, to be held in Bangladesh on October 2016, for what they say security concern.

  • West Indies cricketer Gayle fined for 'out of line' TV chat-up

    Melbourne Renegades fine star opener Chris Gayle US$7,000 on Tuesday after an attempt to flirt with a female presenter on live TV which cricket authorities condemned as "completely out of line".

  • Australia floats day-night Ashes Test

    England's next Ashes series in Australia may have a day-night Test match, Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland says on Monday.

  • Cricket 2015: The year in review

    One thing for sure, the year we just left behind began with a bang, and gave us some incredible action on the cricket fields world over. Let’s review the major cricketing events in 2015, ones that deserve a second look.

  • Tamim asks youngsters to retain the hunger

    Tamim Iqbal has urged the younger members of the Bangladesh team to remain hungry for forthcoming challenges at the end of a successful year in international cricket.

  • Security alert for Australian nationals in Dhaka

    Australia alerts its nationals over possible security threat in Dhaka – possibly in connection with New Year celebrations.

  • Australia take series with 177-run win

    Australia work their way through West Indies for a victory that keeps the Frank Worrell Trophy in their possession for 20 unbroken years, stretching back to the triumph of Mark Taylor's team in the Caribbean in 1995.

  • Rare 'corpse flower' blooms in Australia

    A 2m-tall flower, known for its pungent odour which has been likened to rotting flesh, has bloomed in Australia.

  • No-ball wickets still haunt Aussies

    Australia's no-ball wicket curse continued Tuesday as the West Indies battled to save the second Test against the odds in Melbourne.

  • Christmas Day blaze guts Australia homes

    A Christmas Day bushfire has destroyed more than 100 homes in Australia's Victoria state, officials say.

  • Triumphant Tigers in 2015

    Let’s cherish the unforgettable moments of the most successful year in the history of Bangladesh cricket team.

  • Australia skipper Smith named ICC Cricketer of the Year

    Australia captain Steve Smith is named ICC Cricketer of the Year for 2015 after scoring a world leading 1,734 runs at an average of 82.57 with seven centuries over the voting period.

  • Pet dog kept missing toddler safe

    A pet dog is being credited with keeping a little girl safe after the pair wandered away from their family home and could not be found for hours.

  • What’s the commotion with Gayle omission?

    For many of us, the news of Gayle’s absence in the qualifier match on December 13 was overwhelming, as if someone had pulled the carpet from underneath our feet, and busted the bubble of naïve cricket fans with a fearsome artillery barrage.

  • Five things that are wrong with Norway

    Is life in the world's nicest country all it's made out to be? Most of those surveyed, mainly Norwegians, said yes. But, for balance, here are some aspects of Norwegian life that don't tick everyone's boxes.

  • Hundreds of Santas set record for world's biggest surf lesson

    A pack of 320 surfing Santas embrace Christmas spirit in Australia, breaking the world record for the largest surf lesson.

  • ICC T20 World Cup 2016 schedule announced

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) announces the groups and schedule of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016, which will be staged across eight venues in India from March 8 to April 3, 2016.

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