• ICC to review Tests washout

    The International Cricket Council says it will launch a review after two Tests in the West Indies and South Africa were abandoned due to poor ground conditions.

  • Pakistan proud to be No.1

    Cricket-obsessed Pakistanis are celebrating their national team's "incredible journey" to the top of the Test rankings.

  • WI face criticism for India Test farce

    Officials remain tight-lipped even as condemnation rains down on administrators deemed responsible for the fiasco of a waterlogged outfield that has ruined the fourth and final Test between the West Indies and India.

  • 'Good-time' Indian officials under fire for Rio flop

    As Olympic under-achievers India head home from Rio having failed to win a gold medal, its gate-crashing, selfie-taking officials have been accused of failing to help its athletes taste success.

  • Third day washed out in Trinidad

    Inadequate ground drainage and maintenance systems resulted in the abandonment of the third day without a ball being bowled in the

  • Second day abandoned

    A sodden outfield and more rainfall in the afternoon forced the abandonment of the second day's play without a ball being bowled in the

  • Sindhu wins silver in badminton

    P V Sindhu's gallant attempt to win a coveted gold medal for India ends in heart-break when she goes down fighting against Spain's Carolina Marin.

  • Rio Olympics: Celebrities hail Sakshi Malik's win

    A string of celebrities including Amitabh Bachchan, Karan Johar, Ajay Devgn and Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra praise wrestler Sakshi Malik, who has ended India's long wait for a medal at the ongoing Rio Olympics.

  • Malik nabs India's first Rio medal

    Sakshi Malik snares India's first medal of the Rio Olympics on Wednesday when she claims bronze in the women's freestyle wrestling.

  • India to facilitate making of ‘mega movie’ on Bangabandhu

    India accepts a proposal to facilitate the making of a “mega movie” on Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman by Bangladesh on his birth centenary in 2020.

  • Cricket: Garner opposes two-tier Test policy

    Former West Indies fast bowler Joel Garner questions the ulterior motive of the proposed two-tier system in Tests by cricket’s global governing body the International Cricket Council.

  • Raju looking for more spin

    For the next one week, Bangladesh's High Performance Unit spinners will focus on turning the ball a lot more and learning variations.

  • Raju in Dhaka for spin camp

    Former Indian Test spinner Venkatapathy Raju will conduct a six-day spin bowling camp for members of the Bangladesh Cricket Board's High Performance Programme and the national team.

  • India-Bangladesh gas pipeline on the cards

    In an attempt to boost mutual cooperation in the energy sector, India is planning to build an oil and gas pipeline with Bangladesh, Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister of India Dharmendra Pradhan says.

  • India beat WI by 237 runs

    India defeat the West Indies by 237 runs in the third Test at St Lucia on Saturday to claim an unassailable 2-0 lead in the four-match series.

  • Rain spoils Day 3

    The third day of the second Test between West Indies and India is washed out due to rain in St Lucia on Thursday.

  • Ashwin, Saha rescue India

    Ravichandran Ashwin and Wriddhiman Saha complete centuries before India's lower order caved in and were dismissed for 353 against the West Indies.

  • Rio Olympics: Indians immune to Olympic fever

    Around a giant screen showing the Olympics in a central New Delhi park, young Indians chat, take selfies or snooze in the late afternoon heat, glancing only occasionally at the heroic sporting feats on display.

  • Rio Olympics: Salman’s major blunder

    Indian Olympic Association's goodwill ambassador Salman Khan forgets the name of Dipa Karmakar, the first Indian to qualify for the vault event at the Rio Olympics.

  • Ashwin helps India survive WI pace barrage

    An unbeaten century stand for the sixth wicket by Ravichandran Ashwin and Wriddhiman Saha put India in a respectable position after the first day of the third Test

  • Rights activist Sharmila ends 16 years’ fasting

    Human rights activist Irom Sharmila ends her 16-year-long hunger strike, which is thought to the world’s longest, to stand for election.

  • The fire burns on

    10 years ago today, a skinny teenager by the name of Shakib Al Hasan donned the red and green. 10 years on, he is considered to be the greatest player Bangladesh has ever produced.

  • Hope replaces Chandrika

    West Indies opening batsman Rajendra Chandrika pays the price for his lack of runs in the first two Tests against India.

  • ‘Militants’ kill 14 in Assam market attack

    Fourteen civilians are killed when an unidentified militant starts firing at people at a weekly market at Balajan Tiniali in Kokrajhar town in Assam, India.

  • Chase defies India to earn draw

    Roston Chase accomplishes an all-round feat last achieved by cricketing great Gary Sobers as West Indies escape with an unlikely draw against India in the second test in Jamaica on Wednesday.

  • Tigers' maiden India Test on Feb 8-12

    Bangladesh will play a historic one-off Test against India inHyderabad in February next year, marking the neighbouring country's first official trip here since claiming Test status sixteen years ago.

  • Chase after Sobers

    Rostan Chase hit a magnificent hundred under pressure as West Indies open up the prospect of enforcing an unlikely draw.

  • Bangladesh players

    India-Bangladesh Test will be held on Feb 8-12

    India will play a historic one-off Test match against Bangladesh at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad from February 8 next year.

  • Bangladesh

    Cricket Australia chairman supports two-tier Test structure

    David Peever, who replaced Wally Edwards as Cricket Australia's (CA) chairman in 2014, emphasizes on the significance of balancing the game's well-established traditions and heritage with the changing climes of the cricketing landscape.

  • Rain gives WI lifeline against India

    The weather gods give West Indies a lifeline in their quest to avoid defeat in the second Test against India when rain wash out the final session of day three in Kingston, Jamaica on Monday.