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The BCCI AGM has generated a lot of interest and a huge media contingent was at hand to cover the meeting in Chennai‎ on Monday.
The BCCI AGM has generated a lot of interest and a huge media contingent was at hand to cover the meeting in Chennai‎ on Monday.

Dalmiya returns as BCCI President, Anurag Thakur new Secretary

Our Bureau

Jagmohan Dalmiya is the new President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. He was elect... »

ICC World Cup: England vs Sri Lanka highlights

Reuters

Latest from Sunday's World Cup Pool A match between England and Sri Lanka at Wellington Regio... »

Sri Lanka's Herath doubtful for Australia clash

Sri Lanka's Rangana Herath is assisted from the field after injuring a finger while fielding against England during their Cricket World Cup match in Wellington on Sunday.

Reuters

Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath is doubtful for next weekend's World Cup Pool A clash against A... »

Nadal ends title drought with Argentina win

Spain's Rafael Nadal lifts the trophy after winning his final match against Argentina's Juan Monaco at the ATP Argentina Open tennis tournament in Buenos Aires on March 1.

PTI

Rafael Nadal won his first title in nearly nine months, beating Juan Monaco 6-4, 6-1 to win the... »

Dalmiya set to return as BCCI president

Jagmohan Dalmiya

PTI

Veteran cricket administrator Jagmohan Dalmiya is all set to return as BCCI president more than... »  

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Google said that despite two humiliating defeats against India and the West Indies, Pakistan team still continues to dominate search influence

Pakistan tops list of most searched World Cup teams: Google

PTI

Pakistan has topped the chart of most searched teams playing in the ongoing ICC World Cup despit... »

Sports

Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara (L) and Lahiru Thirimanne celebrate beating England in their Cricket World Cup match in Wellington, March 1, 2015.

World Cup: Thirimanne, Sangakkara score tons to thrash England

Reuters

Lahiru Thirimanne and Kumar Sangakkara both scored centuries as Sri Lanka posted the highest suc... »

Sports

Service tax may play spoilsport; IPL tickets will cost more

Shishir Sinha

Tickets for watching Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches will get costlier, as th... »

World Cup: South Africa elects to bat against Ireland

PTI

South Africa won the toss and elected to bat first against Ireland in their pool B ODI cricket match of the ICC World Cup, here today. South Africa are playing an unchanged side, while Ir... »

Squash: Ghosal loses to world no.1 Mohamed El Shorbagy

PTI

India’s top male squash player Saurav Ghosal could not make a 2-1 lead count against world No 1 Mohamed El Shorbagy, eventually losing the pre-quarterfinal against the Egyptian in five games at th... »

World Cup: Thirimanne, Sangakkara score tons to thrash England

Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara (L) and Lahiru Thirimanne celebrate beating England in their Cricket World Cup match in Wellington, March 1, 2015.

Reuters

Lahiru Thirimanne and Kumar Sangakkara both scored centuries as Sri Lanka posted the highest successful run chase at Wellington Regional Stadium for a nine-wicket victory over England in their Wor... »

World Cup: India overpower UAE for third win in a row

United Arab Emirates' batsman Swapnil Patil eyes the ball during his Cricket World Cup match against India in Perth on Saturday.

PTI

India today virtually assured themselves of a quarterfinal berth in the cricket World Cup after spanking minnows UAE by nine wickets, recording their third successive win with yet another flawless... »

Williamson six gives Kiwis one wicket victory

New Zealand's Trent Boult bowls at Australia in their Cricket World Cup match in Auckland, on Saturday. Boult took six wickets.

Reuters

Kane Williamson coolly struck a straight six to give New Zealand a one wicket victory over Australia in a dramatic battle between the cricket World Cup hosts at Eden Park on Saturday. Wil... »

Sreesanth was attacked in Tihar jail: Family

Sreesanth was playing for Rajasthan Royals when he was arrested in 2013 for IPL spot-fixing scam. File Photo

PTI

In a sensational claim, noted Malayalam singer Madhu Balakrishnan today said his brother-in-law and cricketer S Sreesanth survived a murder attempt in Tihar jail where he was lodged in connection... »

World Cup: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 92 runs

PTI

Sri Lanka defeated Bangladesh by 92 runs in a Group A game of the cricket World Cup here today. Brief scores: Sri Laka 332/1 (Lahiru Thirimanne 52, Tillakaratne Dilshan 161 not out, Kumar... »

Younis Khan denies retirement announcement on Twitter

A file image of Younis Khan

PTI

Younis Khan’s future became a subject of speculation after a message sent out from a fake Twitter account suggested that he would retire from ODIs at the end of the World Cup, prompting the vetera... »

Suditi Ind bags the official apparel rights for Arsenal in India

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BSE listed Suditi Industries has bagged the official apparel licensing right for Arsenal F.C. in India. This is the company’s third deal in the space of sports apparel after FIFA and Real Madrid CF... »

South Africa’s Philander out of West Indies clash

A file photo of South Africa's Vernon Philander

PTI

South Africa seamer Vernon Philander has been ruled out of Friday’s key World Cup clash against the West Indies here after failing to recover from a hamstring injury. Philander hobbled of... »

Apex court chides Srinivasan for taking part in BCCI meet

World Cup 2015: Ali helps England record its first win

Bangladesh to remove Hossain from WC squad for breaking curfew

World Cup: India vs South Africa match highlights

Kumble: I see a lot of myself in Ashwin

No. 3 is best batting position for me: Kohli

Viswanathan Anand finishes second in Zurich Chess

Apex court: DD can share World Cup matches live

Service tax may play spoilsport; IPL tickets will cost more

Shishir Sinha

Tickets for watching Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches will get costlier, as they will now attract service tax. The Budget has raised the service tax rate from 12.36 per c... »

Pakistan tops list of most searched World Cup teams: Google

Google said that despite two humiliating defeats against India and the West Indies, Pakistan team still continues to dominate search influence

PTI

Pakistan has topped the chart of most searched teams playing in the ongoing ICC World Cup despite not performing well, a latest study by global online giant Google said. “Despite two humi... »

Sports gets substantial hike in annual budget

PTI

The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports today got a hike of around Rs 384 crore in the budget for 2015-16, presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in Parliament here. In his budget pr... »

Malinga gamble starting to pay dividends for Sri Lanka

Malinga gamble starting to pay dividends for Sri Lanka

Reuters

The toe-crusher is hitting the target, the bouncer is coming out well and, most importantly, the wicket column is swelling again. Three games into the World Cup and Sri Lanka's calculated... »

Advertisers crowd the virtual field this World Cup

Amrita Nair-Ghaswalla

During the World Cup, Twitter turns into a virtual stadium. Many corporates realised it was the perfect time to connect with the masses, and used the Twitter platform creatively. <... »

World Cup: De Villiers carnage drives South Africa to record win

His 64-ball 150 is also the fastest in one-day international history.

Reuters

AB de Villiers confirmed his status as the most destructive batsman in cricket with a magnificent unbeaten 162 from just 66 balls to lead South Africa to a record 257-run victory over West Indies... »  

BCCI elections: Verma, Sahay want Apex court observer

PTI

IPL spot fixing case petitioner Aditya Verma and politician Subodh Kant Sahay on Wednesday requested the Supreme Court to appoint Justice R M Lodha as observer for the BCCI elections on March 2 be... »

Sachin’s book runs up 2,000 ‘tons’ for publisher Hachette 

Going by the book Tim Hely Hutchinson, Group CEO, Hachette UK, at a book store on a recent visit to Chennai. BIJOY GHOSH

Vinay Kamath

Group CEO Tim Hely Hutchinson says plans afoot for more differentiated commercial fiction »

West Indies triumphs over Zimbabwe

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle plays the ball to the boundary during their World Cup Cricket match against Zimbabwe in Canberra on Tuesday.

PTI

Gayle hits first double ton in World Cup »  

Compat sets aside CCI penalty against BCCI

PTI

The Competition Appellate Tribunal has set aside a CCI order against cricket’s governing body BCCI for alleged abuse of dominance, saying the regulator relied on “legally unsustainable” informatio... »

N Srinivasan should not have participated in BCCI meeting: Apex court

Sticking with Dhawan proved right: Shastri

Sri Lanka scrape past Afghanistan by 4 wickets

India beat South Africa in style

Russell stars in Windies thrashing of Pakistan

Australia, Bangladesh match abandoned due to rain

World Cup: New Zealand beats England by 8 wickets

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