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Not safe to visit Pakistan: Fica

The Pakistan Cricket Board has announced and may be hoping to host the Zimbabwe team next month, but according to the sources in Zimbabwe Cricket, the tour is still to be confirmed.

Srinivasan to chair ICC board meet

Former BCCI president N. Srinivasan.

Board of Control for Cricket in India president Jagmohan Dalmiya will not travel to Dubai for the ICC board meeting next week. According to sources, former head N.

PM Modi sends blessings to Suresh Raina for his wedding


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sent a congratulatory message to Team India middle order batsman Suresh Raina, who is marrying his girlfriend Priyanka Chaudhary on Friday in Delhi, according to a clo

ICC president ‘ignored’ at Presentation ceremony

It was ICC chairman N. Srinivasan and not ICC president Mustafa Kamal who handed over the glittering World Cup trophy to the Australian team.

Duncan Fletcher not seeking new contract

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Duncan Fletcher’s four-year stint as India coach has probably ended after the team’s World Cup semi-final defeat to Australia on Thursday. (Photo: AFP)

Kiwi Prime Minister praises South Africa’s spirit

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key

Narendra Modi tweeted a congratulatory message to Team India immediately after their victory over Bangladesh in the World Cup quarter-finals.

‘X’cellent on the field

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Axar Patel is all set to make an impact on India’s playing eleven at the world cup. HIs father and coach feel he is a natural

Gurdeep 2nd youngest to play ODI

When war-torn Afghanistan made history by making it to the World Cup for the first time with a victory over Kenya, a player from opponents’ line-up quietly became the second youngest player to compete in ODI. Opener Gurdeep Singh, at 15 years and 258 days, followed in the footsteps of Sachin Tendulkar, Shahid Afridi and Aaqib Javed at Sharjah last Friday.

Everybody loves a “smart city”.

We are now in the final stages of this general election. On Thursday, May 7, voters will elect a new Parliament. So far the campaign has been curiously lacklustre and timid.