• India thump New Zealand to celebrate 500th Test in style

    India celebrate their 500th Test in style when they overcome New Zealand's final dogged resistance with mesmeric spin and masterful swing to claim the series opener by 197 runs.

  • Jadeja, Ashwin put India on top

    Spinners Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin helped India gain control of the first Test against New Zealand before the

  • Shakib on the verge of unique milestone

    Bangladesh ace allrounder Shakib Al Hasan is just two wickets away from becoming the only man in world cricket to be his country's most successful bowler in all three forms of the game.

  • India all out for 318 after Jadeja cameo

    Ravindra Jadeja's breezy unbeaten 42 helps India post 318 in their first innings before being bowled out by New Zealand in the first Test at Green Park Stadium in Kanpur.

  • Jimmy may sit out Bangladesh, India series

    England fast bowler James Anderson may sit out some of the Test matches on their tours of Bangladesh and India, he said on Wednesday.

  • Ishant out of first Test

    Indian pace bowler Ishant Sharma was Tuesday ruled out of the first Test against New Zealand after contracting the mosquito-borne disease chikungunya.

  • India aim at NZ in 500th Test

    Sachin Tendulkar and Kapil Dev will be among the icons celebrating India's 500th Test in Kanpur this week as Virat Kohli's team begin their quest to regain the top spot in the world rankings against a dangerous New Zealand.

  • None helped as Delhi woman stabbed to death in broad daylight

    A young woman is stabbed to death in broad daylight on a road in Delhi with at least six people witnessing but no one trying to intervene the gruesome incident.

  • India eye NZ scalp in 500th Test

    Sachin Tendulkar and Kapil Dev will be among the icons celebrating India's 500th Test in Kanpur this week as Virat Kohli's team begin their quest to regain the top spot in the world rankings against a dangerous New Zealand.

  • Moeen Ali

    We are very wary of Bangladesh: Moeen Ali

    England allrounder Moeen Ali is feeling no pressure despite knowing how he performs may have a significant impact on his team’s fortunes in Bangladesh and India this winter.

  • Tim Southee

    Southee out of India Tests

    New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee has been ruled out of the three-match test series in India with an ankle injury and will be

  • Deepika dreaming DJ Bravo

    West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo is having a ball in Mumbai. After showing his skills as a cricketer, he is now slithering towards Bollywood with a sunny smile on his face.

  • Jos Buttler set to captain England in Bangladesh

    Jos Buttler has been told he will captain the England one-day team in Bangladesh following Eoin Morgan’s decision to pull out of the tour.

  • Test Championship, ODI league on the cards

    A Test Championship playoff along with ODI and Twenty20 league structures may be adopted by member countries at the next ICC Board meeting in October, after the two-tier Test system was abandoned this week.

  • BCCI threatens to pull out

    Following its exclusion from the ICC's financial committee, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has threatened to pull out of the 2017 Champions Trophy.

  • BCCI ponders pulling out of Champions Trophy 2017

    Miffed at being snubbed by the International Cricket Committee (ICC) over various recent decisions, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is mulling at the possibility of pulling out of next year's Champions Trophy, scheduled to be held in England.

  • 8 top spells from Fizz

    Mustafizur Rahman caught the eyes of cricket enthusiasts and critics with the unusual talent on his debut, and has gone from strength to strength with each hurdle he crossed. As he turned 21, here are some of his top spells so far in his short yet brilliant career.

  • Shutdown in Karnataka town against Cauvery water release

    A day-long protest shutdown is being observed at Mandya town in Karnataka against releasing of Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu on the Supreme Court's directive to the state government.

  • Yuvi launches brand with a cause

    Cricketer Yuvraj Singh enters the fashion industry by launching his brand YWC Fashion and says the profits from his clothing line will be used for the betterment of cancer patients.

  • Pope Francis proclaims Teresa a saint

    Pope Francis proclaims Mother Teresa a saint, hailing her work with the destitute of Kolkata as a beacon for mankind and testimony of God's compassion for the poor.

  • Arthur issues Pakistan one-day warning

    Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur makes it clear some members of his one-day side are on borrowed time after another defeat by England raised fears the team might not qualify automatically for the 2019 World Cup.

  • Resolution passed to change name of West Bengal

    The West Bengal Legislative Assembly passes a resolution to change the name of the State to ‘Bengal’ in English, ‘Bangal’ in Hindi and ‘Bangla’ in Bengali.

  • Dhoni wants more US matches despite washout

    India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni wants more matches in the United States despite a chaotic Twenty20 clash against the West Indies on Sunday ending in a rain-hit no result.

  • Rain robs India

    Heavy rain forced the second Twenty20 international between West Indies and India at the Central Broward Regional Park on Sunday to be abandoned as a no-result.

  • ‘India didn’t do right by opening Farakka’

    India did not do the right thing by opening the Farakka barrage, Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu says reflecting on the flood situation it has caused in Bangladesh.

  • 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

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