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Blues Vs Proteas clash to spice up Orange City

Nagpur: South Africa face a tough test of their World Cup credentials against unbeaten India on Saturday as they look to get their campaign back on track.

The Proteas started the tournament impressi

'Terrorists to strike during World Cup matches'

New Delhi: World Cup 2011 cricket match venues could be attacked by Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), the terror outfit responsible for the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, the Intelligence Bureau has w

Ancelotti plays down talk of title

Blackpool: Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti did his best to pour cold water on the idea his side are back in the Premier League title race after Monday's 3-1 victory over relegation-threatened Blackpoo

Dhoni sympathises baton-charged fans

Nagpur: Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Tuesday sympathised with the fans who were baton-charged by police as they queued for tickets to see India's World Cup clash with South Africa.

"Police take th

India vs Ireland: After Kevin O'Brien Yuvi conquers Porterfield

Bengaluru: India can now breathe in relief after dangerous Kevin O'Brien and in form William Porterfield were sent back by Yuvraj Singh.

O'Brien was caught and bowled after a soft delivery and the cr

India’s bowlers bundle out Ireland for 207, Yuvi wreaks havoc

Bengaluru: Part-time spinner Yuvraj Singh bagged a maiden five-wicket haul as India dismissed Ireland for 207 in their World Cup match on Sunday despite skipper William Porterfield's half-century.

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Bangladesh all out for 58 against Windies

Dhaka: Bangladesh were bowled out for just 58 in 18.5 overs against the West Indies in their World Cup Group B match at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium on Friday.

It was the fourth lowest total in World Cu

Angry Bangla fans stone Windies team bus

Dhaka: The West Indies cricket squad bus was attacked by angry Bangladesh fans on Friday after the home team crashed to a nine-wicket defeat in the World Cup.

Two windows of the bus were shattered as

Ireland stun England in record chase

March 2: Four years ago, when Ireland shocked Pakistan in the World Cup, it was dismissed as a fluke. On Wednesday, the talented and persevering bunch of Irish cricketers shook up the 2011 tournament

Nine athletes fail dope tests

New Delhi: The doping menace continued to haunt Indian sports with the NADA on Thursday announcing that nine athletes tested positive for banned substances during the National Games which ended in Ran

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