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Scoring runs, taking wickets and winning matches: Shakib is having a dream World Cup

For him it was routine and something he has done for years with great tenacity and success. The difference is his team has now started to win more frequently, which is putting him in the spotlight more and more.

To watch Williamson succeed is to take pride in someone else’s achievements

Williamson has not been suspected of taking sandpaper to a ball. Williamson has not been accused of launching into a verbal volley of personal abuse against a fellow competitor in the heat of battle.

Australia reach Cricket World Cup semis with 64-run win against England

Aaron Finch's team lost the toss but managed to score 285 for seven in their 50 overs, with Finch top-scoring with 100.

Windies legend Brian Lara hospitalised due to chest pain, could be discharged soon

Besides his countless fans, Cricket West Indies (CWI) wished him a speedy recovery.

Windies legend Brian Lara hospitalised in Mumbai

The 50-year-old from Trinidad was admitted to the Global Hospital in Parel amid speculation that chest pain was the reason for his uneasiness.

Sensational Shakib keeps Bangladesh in semifinal contention

Shakib, who also became the tournament's leading run getter on way to his half-century, was also exceptional with the ball.

There’s still hope for F1 yet

Sunday’s race wasn’t the first processional Grand Prix nor will it be the last. But that’s not to say every race is or will be as devoid of action.

After early exit from Cricket World Cup, South Africa face a rainbow crisis

This lack of high run-scoring has been a problem-area for the Proteas for quite some time now.

With back-to-back thrilling contests, the World Cup has sprung back to life

If you thought Sri Lanka’s win was a one-off, Afghanistan, all of a sudden, added teeth and muscle to their story against India. As Phil Simmons, the Afghanistan coach, said the morning after, “it was experience and Jasprit Bumrah that saved a billion hearts in your country.”

Afghanistan reignite the debate about India’s middle-order problems

The Indian batting was being hailed for its ferocity and downright scariness. Now, peeling away the layers, Afghanistan have restarted the conversation on India’s middle-order.

All eyes on Mahendra Singh Dhoni's approach as India take on depleted West Indies

As the league phase hits the home stretch, India will look to ensure a smooth passage into the semi-finals with yet another victory.

Scoring runs, taking wickets and winning matches: Shakib is having a dream World Cup

For him it was routine and something he has done for years with great tenacity and success. The difference is his team has now started to win more frequently, which is putting him in the spotlight more and more.

June 25: The day that changed Indian Cricket forever

While June 23 is celebrated as Olympic day all over the world, Indian cricket can lay claim to June 25. Not only did India win the World Cup on June 25 (1983), India’s cricket journey had also started on June 25 (1932) at Lord’s when CK Nayudu’s men faced the MCC under Douglas Jardine. In pic: CK Nayudu

To watch Williamson succeed is to take pride in someone else’s achievements

Williamson has not been suspected of taking sandpaper to a ball. Williamson has not been accused of launching into a verbal volley of personal abuse against a fellow competitor in the heat of battle.

Australia reach Cricket World Cup semis with 64-run win against England

Aaron Finch's team lost the toss but managed to score 285 for seven in their 50 overs, with Finch top-scoring with 100.

ICC WC 2019: Indian players flex their muscles ahead of clash against West Indies

India will take on West Indies on June 27. The game will be played at Old Trafford Cricket Ground in England. Indian players flexed their muscles to maintain the winning streak in the tournament. Pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar is expected to make comeback as he was seen bowling deliveries during practice session. India will play their sixth match in the tournament.

Windies legend Brian Lara hospitalised due to chest pain, could be discharged soon

Besides his countless fans, Cricket West Indies (CWI) wished him a speedy recovery.

West Indies cricket legend Brian Lara admitted to Mumbai hospital

West Indies batting legend Brian Lara was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai Tuesday after complaining of chest pain, Indian media reports and sources said. The 50-year-old Trinidadian was rushed to hospital after he complained of discomfort during a promotional event, the Press Trust of India (PTI) news agency said, quoting a source close to the player.

IOA cannot take unilateral decision to pull out of 2022 CWG, must consult govt: Kiren Rijiju

Last week, the Commonwealth Games Federation left out shooting from the 2022 Birmingham Games in its Executive Board meeting while recommending the inclusion of three new sports.

Windies legend Brian Lara hospitalised in Mumbai

The 50-year-old from Trinidad was admitted to the Global Hospital in Parel amid speculation that chest pain was the reason for his uneasiness.

Sensational Shakib keeps Bangladesh in semifinal contention

Shakib, who also became the tournament's leading run getter on way to his half-century, was also exceptional with the ball.

Two major events that changed Indian cricket forever coincidently happened on the same day

Two major events that changed Indian cricket forever coincidently happened on the same day

In the five decades between 1932 and 1983, Indian cricket had seen a sea change. Nayudu had given way to Vinoo Mankad and thereafter to Sunil Gavaskar and Kapil Dev as India’s cricket icons

There’s still hope for F1 yet

There’s still hope for F1 yet

Sunday’s race wasn’t the first processional Grand Prix nor will it be the last. But that’s not to say every race is or will be as devoid of action.

After early exit from Cricket World Cup, South Africa face a rainbow crisis

After early exit from Cricket World Cup, South Africa face a rainbow crisis

This lack of high run-scoring has been a problem-area for the Proteas for quite some time now.

Olympics: Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo awarded the 2026 Winter Games

Olympics: Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo awarded the 2026 Winter Games

Milan beat Stockholm for the right to host the Games in seven years' time, prompting loud celebrations from the bid team after IOC President Thomas Bach announced the result.

Afghan cricket gets a taste of India

Afghan cricket gets a taste of India

From building stadiums in war-torn nation to providing home grounds, India extends helping hand.

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