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England out to silence critics

 Sri Lanka, who cruised to a 92-run win over Bangladesh, will look to continue the momentum when they face England— AFP

England are determined to restore their World Cup credibility in a crunch Pool A match on Sunday against an improving Sri Lanka.

Hosts knock out Mumbai

 Karnataka skipper Vinay Kumar with wife Richa during the Ranji semi-final against Mumbai in Bengaluru on Saturday. 	— Asian age

It took little more than hour on the fourth day for Karnataka to wrap up Mumbai’s tail and storm into the final of the Ranji Trophy here on Saturday.

RCA has right to attend AGM, says Lawyer

Despite being suspended by the BCCI, the Rajasthan Cricket Association has claimed that it has the right to be a part of the crucial AGM to be held on March 2 in Chennai.

Jagmohan Dalmiya set for a comeback

The former BCCI president and ICC chief Jagmohan Dalmiya is set to stage a comeback as the board president on Monday when the AGM is held in Chennai on Monday.

N Srinivasan sorry in Supreme Court, won’t chair AGM

N Srinivasan tendered an unconditional apology on Friday in the Supreme Court for chairing the working committee meeting of the BCCI as its president on February 8 and fixing the date of elections and

Chennai Super Kings set to be run by a trust

Troubled IPL franchises Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra have made their respective appeals to the governing council ahead of the eighth edition of the cash rich league.

India Sizzle at Perth


India’s World Cup confidence continued to climb as they thrashed the United Arab Emirates by nine wickets in their Pool B match at Perth’s Waca ground on Saturday.

ThunderBoult strikes Australia


New Zealand booked their place in the World Cup quarter-finals with a narrow one-wicket win over Australia in a sensational finish to their Pool A match in Auckland on Saturday.

Pakistan keen to rescue campaign

 Pakistan players get themselves photographed during a training session at the Gabba in Brisbane on Saturday— AFP

Pakistan’s calamity-hit World Cup campaign stops off at Brisbane on Sunday where they will look to get their first points on the board and so keep their quarter-final hopes alive against a bruised and

The devil, they say, is in the details. There is a world of difference between the Budget speech of Arun Jaitley, peppered with smart announcements, and the real numbers in the Budget documents.

“It’s always time to say goodbye Said the spider to the fly As he wove his tangled web With a crocodile tear in his eye. It’s easier jumping over the moon Sang the cow to a feline tune