SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2015


  • Clarke to quit ODIs after WC final

    Aussie captain Clarke announces the New Zealand-Australia Cricket World Cup final in Melbourne will be his final ODI.

  • Anushka magic fails to make Kohli click

    When Anushka Sharma, Indian actress and the ladylove of Virat Kohli, reached SCG to cheer her beau in the India-Australia semi-final match, Indian fans had reasons to believe the star batsman would dazzle with his bat. But reality did not match the expectation.

  • Highlights: India vs Australia

    See the highlights of the heavyweight semifinal clash between India and Australia at the World Cup in Photos, Videos & more

  • Aussies thrash India to set final with NZ

    Four-time ace Australia shove out defending champions India at the Sydney Cricket Ground and book a date with New Zealand for the World Cup finals on Sunday. It has been an all-round performance from hosts Australia – piling 328 riding on the century of Steven Smith and then defending the total competently in bowling and fielding.

  • Highlights: NZ v SA semifinal

    See the highlights of the World Cup semifinal between New Zealand and South Africa at Auckland

  • Kiwis through to first final

    In a cracking semifinal of World Cup 2015 reduced by rain and dragged right down to the wire, New Zealand scrapes past South Africa to qualify for the final at Eden Park

  • Tigers

    A searchlight for a spotlight

    WE shall know soon enough which is the champion nation of contemporary one-day cricket.

  • Rousing welcome for Tigers

    Tigers return home to a rousing welcome by several thousand of cricket fans at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka

  • BCB vs PCB logo

    Pakistan govt clears tour to Bangladesh

    Pakistan will tour Bangladesh in April for a full series involving all three formats with the Pakistan government giving the board the green signal

  • Bangladesh's players

    Plucky Bangladesh win back nation's trust

    Before Bangladesh left for Australia in January, the players and coaches routinely mentioned that the team's primary target was to reach the World Cup quarter-finals.

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