• Friday, April 18, 2014

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Dutchmen fly again

WT20 ENG v NED

Dutchmen fly again

ENGLAND 88 (17.4/20 ov) Netherlands 133/5 (20 ov) Netherlands got a huge victory of 45 runs against England in a Group 1 Match of World T20 at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium at Chittagong this afternoon. Dutch seamer Mudassar Bukhari got the Man of the Match award for his 12/3 bowling performance. In a chase of 134 runs,...

Tigers take on Pakistan today

Tigers take on Pakistan today

Bangladesh have nothing to lose and Pakistan cannot afford a defeat; this is the equation when the two teams face off in their Super 10s match of the ICC World Twenty20 at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur today. The Tigers have been going through a dismal spell -- they suffered heartbreaks in close...

WT20 SL VS ENG

All 'Hales' England!

All 'Hales' England!

ENGLAND 190/4 (19.2/20 ov) SRI LANKA 189/4 (20 ov) Opener Alex Hales brought England the victory against Sri Lanka in a Group 1 match of World T20 at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong. Hales was awarded Man of the Match for his brilliant ton. Earlier, English skipper Stuart Broad won the toss and sent Lankans to...

Craig relishes Eng call-up

Craig Kieswetter is ready to do whatever he can to help England's World Twenty20 campaign after swapping chilly Taunton for Chittagong. Kieswetter was batting for Somerset in a pre-season warm-up match against Worcestershire when he was informed he had been summoned to Bangladesh as a replacement for the injured Luke Wright. He landed on Monday morning and is in contention to give the side another six-hitting option should coach Ashley Giles choose to change an XI that was controversially beaten by...

Sailing the port city

Sailing the port city

For the hosts, the Chittagong-leg of the ICC World Twenty20 was ideally supposed to play second fiddle to that of Dhaka, with all of Bangladesh's Super 10s matches taking place at Mirpur. In addition to the Tigers, the general public's most common fallback teams -- India and Pakistan -- also feature in the...

Women's WT20: WI win by 9 runs

Women's WT20: WI win by 9 runs

West Indies won by 9 runs against England in the third match of Group B in Women’s World T20 at Sylhet Stadium today. Earlier, Caribbean women gathered 133 runs while England chased up to 124 runs losing 9 wickets. England won the toss and sent West Indies women to bat first. Caribbean openers – Stafanie Taylor and Kycia Knight put a strong partnership of 87 runs – scoring 56 and 43 runs respectively. English bowler Natalie Sciver picked up 3 wickets for 18 runs while Anya Shrubsole picked 2 for 25 runs. Charlotte Edwards was the highest scorer,...

WT20 ENG VS NZ

NZ win by 9 runs via D/L method

NZ win by 9 runs via D/L method

New Zealand 52/1 (5.2/20 ov) England 172/6 (20 ov) First rain of the season forced the Duckworth-Lewis method to come into play, handing a nine-run victory to New Zealand over England in a group match of World T20 in Chittagong this evening. The Kiwis, in response to England's 172, scored 52 runs with loss of...

Swollen Thames threatens UK homes

Swollen Thames threatens UK homes

Thousands of homes along the River Thames are threatened with flooding as water levels continue to rise. Fourteen severe flood warnings are in place in Berkshire and Surrey, while two remain in Somerset. Amid criticism of Environment Agency head Lord Smith, PM David Cameron - who is in flood-hit Dorset - said it was not...

'3 musketeers' take control of cricket

In Singapore yesterday, the controversial proposal to revamp the International Cricket Council (ICC) by the 'Big Three' of India, Australia and England was approved as the ICC board got the required eight votes, with the Pakistan and Sri Lanka boards abstaining from voting. The dust is yet to settle from the meeting, but the picture that has emerged is that Bangladesh's immediate concern of virtual relegation from Test cricket has been allayed, with the revamped structure of cricket's governing...

UK nuke plant in danger

Elevated levels of radioactivity have been detected at the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant in Britain and staffing there has been reduced, its operators said yesterday. The move to reduce staff at the plant in northern England was a "conservative" decision and only essential workers were being asked to report for their shifts, but the plant was otherwise operating "normally". The levels of radioactivity were not high enough to necessitate any action outside the site in Cumbria, the operators Sellafield Ltd said. "Levels...

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'Polls battle between two ideologies'

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It's Gandhi vs Gandhi

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New book adds fuel to fire

New book adds fuel to fire

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