SUNDAY, MAY 24, 2015


  • Email error reveals UK bank's EU project

    The Bank of England confirms it is researching the financial risks of UK leaving the EU after it "inadvertently" sent details of its work to a national newspaper.

  • Tigers-draw

    Pakistan must win Mirpur Test to remain 3rd in Test ranking

    Pakistan, which faces Bangladesh in the second and final Test in Mirpur on Wednesday, must win to retain its third place in the latest Test ranking.

  • Tributes for cricket legend Benaud

    Former Australia captain Richie Benaud, the celebrated 'voice of cricket', dies at the age of 84 after battling skin cancer, prompting a flood of tributes from around the world.

  • Nation cheers at Tigers’ victory

    People from all walks of life are celebrating the historic victory of the Bangladesh cricket team against England that led it to its place in the quarter-final in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

  • While England talk of trying to make the quarters, New Zealand talk of trying to win with a good net run rate

    England to face another host

    If England thought life would be any easier once they left Melbourne, they had best think again. The Westpac Stadium - The Cake Tin, as it is known to locals - may not have the capacity of the MCG, but 33,000 passionate New Zealand supporters will ensure the atmosphere remains just as hostile.

  • Scientists alarmed at short-term ozone-eroding gases

    Environmental scientists raise concern at rising levels of gases that attack Earth's protective ozone layer, including manmade chemicals not covered by key UN treaty

  • James Taylor batting.

    Taylor stranded amid DRS drama

    Poised on the brink of an excellent maiden century in their first Cricket World Cup match against Australia, England batsman James Taylor suffered an agonising end to his innings

  • Steven Finn ecstatic after hattrick

    Steven Finn's rare hat-trick (Video)

    Steven Finn became the first England bowler to take a World Cup hat-trick with wickets off the final three balls of Australia's 342-9.

  • Australia's Mitchell Starc (R) celebrates dismissing England's Moeen Ali for 10 runs

    Not an English summer!

    While chasing Australia's gigantic total of 342 runs, England struggle to reach the 200-mark. Lower-order batsman James Taylor helms the English innings with his unbeaten 98 runs while his co-players keep returning to the pavilion. By sheer misfortune, he misses his maiden ODI century and England face a defeat of 111 runs

  • Mitchell Johnson

    Australia aims to avoid repeat of 1992 experience

    Of the six previous meetings against England in World Cup competition, Australia has won four, including the final in 1987. But as it heads into what is the opening game for both teams, in front of a capacity crowd of 90,000 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, it’s one of those losses that will make Australia wary given its status as pre-tournament favourite.

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