Dharamsala | The Daily Star
  • India close in on series win

    Ravindra Jadeja struck a fifty to give India a handy first innings lead before returning to claim three Australian wickets as the home side stood 87 runs away from a series-clinching victory in the fourth and final test on Monday.

  • Did Taskin get justice from ICC?

    The suspension of Bangladesh ace pacer Taskin Ahmed for “illegal bowling action” has sparked widespread criticism from experts and fans of Bangladesh cricket both at home and abroad.

  • Kiwis pip Aussies by 8 runs

    New Zealand come out in front by 8 runs in a riveting contest against Australia during the Super Ten Group 2 match of ICC WT20 2016 at Dharamsala.

  • Rain threat looms as hardened NZ face Australia

    Australia and New Zealand reconnect in the shortest format in the Super Ten match of ICC World T20 at Dharamsala and the stakes are almost as high as the altitude.

  • Afridi's comments drew backlash in Pakistan

    Ace Pakistani allrounder Shahid Afridi’s suggestion that Pakistan national team feels more loved in India sparks controversy at home.

  • Tigers leap into Super Ten

    Bangladesh qualify for Super Ten, will face Pakistan on March 15, Wednesday at Kolkata at 3:30pm local time after thrashing Oman by 54 runs at Dharamsala.

  • Bangladesh brace for Oman's surprise factor

    When the tournament's schedule was first announced, few would have given Oman a chance of qualifying ahead of Bangladesh and Ireland from their group. Having beaten Ireland in a last-over thriller, Oman, whose game against Netherlands was washed out, will head into their knockout clash against Bangladesh high on confidence. But confidence alone won't help them if the iffy Dharamsala weather intervenes. It has been raining for the last two days, and plenty more is forecast on match day. If there were to be another washout, Oman would endure heartbreak as Bangladesh are marginally ahead on net run rate.

  • Pakistan to play World T20

    Pakistan will take part in the World Twenty20 after receiving security assurances from the Indian government.

  • India-Pakistan game moved to Kolkata

    The India-Pakistan World T20 match on March 19 has been moved to Eden Gardens in Kolkata, because of security concerns over the original venue Dharamsala.

  • In Mashrafe we trust

    Bangladesh's captain Mashrafe Mortaza is the ace up their sleeve, but they have a problem to do with their team culture where mediocrity is rewarded.