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Rashid Latif wants Indo-Pak day-night Test

Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Rashid Latif believes that subcontinent nations like India and Pakistan should step forward to stage day-night Test matches in order to revive dwindling interest in long f

Coach Bayliss targets triumph after tragedy

There are a lot of people within cricket who are apt to call a one-sided match a “massacre” or a dropped catch a “tragedy”, but new England coach Trevor Bayliss is unlikely to be one of them.

India, New Zealand women in crucial tie

Following a victorious start to the five-match ODI series, the Indian women slumped to a three-wicket defeat at the hands of New Zealand in the second clash here at the M.

Pakistan, Sri Lanka reshuffle pack for decider

Pakistan and Sri Lanka will ring in several changes, most of them forced on them, in a bid to win the decisive third and final Test starting in Pallekele on Friday.

Proteas apologise for drone security breach

South Africa’s cricket team apologised Thursday to the Bangladesh military for using a drone at a practice session in Dhaka and breaching national security ahead of the start of their tour.

Could not turn down Ganguly’s offer: Pragyan Ojha

Pragyan Ojha

Left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha was approached by Sourav Ganguly to turn out for Bengal for the upcoming domestic season, an offer that was so exciting that the India discard had to seek an emotional mo

Yasir Shah strikes for Pakistan, Dimuth slams ton

Pakistan pacer Rahat Ali (left) celebrates the dismissal of Sri Lanka opening batsman Kaushal Silva. (Photo: AFP)

Sri Lanka’s Dimuth Karunaratne hit a century amid another rich haul by Pakistani leg-spinner Yasir Shah as the decisive third and final Test began on a rousing note in Pallekele on Friday.

Mini-IPL set to replace Champions League

It looks like the Champions League T20 may well be replaced with a mini-IPL league.

Suresh Raina may sue Lalit Modi

Suresh Raina

CSK player has refuted claims of accepting bribes from real estate businessman

In a community of humans like a village or a city, we will find people of varying ages broadly classified as children, senior adults and old people who have retired from active life.

It was on June 26, 1975, that the Emergency was declared in the country.