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Jagmohan Dalmiya returns as India cricket chief

Jagmohan Dalmiya returns as India cricket chief

Veteran official Jagmohan Dalmiya has been elected chief of Indian cricket's governing body, a decade after his first stint, reports say. He replaces the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief N Srinivasan, who was forced to step down for owning an IPL team. Dalmiya is a former head of the International Cricket...

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Pakistan keep WC hopes alive

Pakistan keep WC hopes alive

Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 20 runs at the Brisbane today and kept their hopes alive for progressing on to the quarterfinals of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015. Pakistan’s shabby performance through the World Cup finally came to an end today with Mohammad Irfan and Wahab Riaz contributing to the team’s first win in this tournament.

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Kiwis pull nervy win over Aussies

Kiwis pull nervy win over Aussies

In a breathtaking show, New Zealand pulled a jittery one-wicket win over four times champion Australia in a low scoring match of World Cup 2015 at Auckland today. For a packed house at Eden Park witnessing a heavyweight clash of the hosts, the short match was worth every penny with all swing of emotions and a display of competitive cricket.

The 30-day worm and cricket diet

The 30-day worm and cricket diet

A US student has just spent 30 days on a "bug diet" - eating insects three times a day. Camren Brantley-Rios says traditional meats such as pork and beef are unsustainable - and he wanted to try out what many consider the diet of the future. "For dinner I had mealworm fried rice. It...

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India win by 9 wickets

India win by 9 wickets

India bagged an easy victory of nine wickets against United Arab Emirates in the 21st match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at the Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) ground at Perth today. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli took the Indian innings to an end while chasing UAE’s 102 runs. The world champions however...

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SA thrash WI by 257 runs

SA thrash WI by 257 runs

South Africa lost a wicket early owing to the disciplined bowling of West Indies to begin the 19th match of the ICC World Cup 2015 at Sydney today. Caribbean bowlers bowled a tight line and curbed down on the run rate after the Proteas won the toss and came down to bat.

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Ireland pull a nailbiter over UAE

Ireland pull a nailbiter over UAE

In the most intense match of the World Cup played as of yet, Ireland pulled a two-wicket win over a fighting UAE side in the 16th match of the World Cup 2015 at Brisbane today.

Miracle saves Ed Joyce, once

Miracle saves Ed Joyce, once

It's not every day unbelievable incidents are witnessed, but today is not that day. Today, it was Ed Joyce's heap of luck as one might call it, as he survived a clean bowl just because the bails on the stumps chose to remain in place. Joyce was batting early in his innings at Brisbane where his team was playing United Arab Emirates in the 16th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Instead of being bowled off Amjad Javed, he survived miraculously as the ball flicked the stumps to knock the bails in the air and back in place. Amjad Javed was celebrating for a brief moment there, later stunned by the...

Mushy okay, will play SL

Mushy okay, will play SL

Good news and a sigh of relief for Bangladesh, Mushfiqur Rahim has been ruled out of danger after he was hit on the right thumb during practice at Melbourne today. “The injury is minor and doctors said he can play in the World Cup match against Sri Lanka on Thursday,” said our correspondent Bishwajit Roy, present along with the cricket team entourage at Australia. At practice today, Mushfiq was hurt on a delivery banged in short from Taskin Ahmed. Khaled Mahmud, manager of the Bangladesh team, said Mushfiq was taken to a local hospital for X-ray imaging. However, his comments were unavailable after the medical report was obtained.

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West Indies beat defiant Zimbabwe

West Indies beat defiant Zimbabwe

MATCH 15: WEST INDIES VS ZIMBABWE West Indies 372/2 (50 Overs) Zimbabwe 289 (44.3 Overs)      West Indies won the match by 73 runs Zimbabwe put up a defiant fight before going down against West Indies in the 15th match of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015 at Manuka Oval of Canberra today. Coming down to chase a...

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