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Bangladesh roar to win over Irish

Feb. 25: Bangladesh stung flat-footed Ireland to resurrect their campaign with a 27-run victory in front a boisterous home crowd on Friday. Bangladesh, bowled out for 205 after taking first strike in

Bangalore cops nab bookies

Bangalore: Police on Saturday claimed to have busted a cricket betting racket here involving World Cup matches with the arrest of three persons, including a notorious bookie, and seizure of Rs 20 lakh

ICC announces public ballot

Bangalore: Left red-faced after World Cup ticket fiasco, the ICC on Saturday announced the process of public ballot system which will be used for selling tickets for the semi-finals and the final of t

Bangladesh collapse against Irish attack

Mirpur (Bangladesh): Bangladesh were let down by a shoddy batting performance as a disciplined Ireland skittled them out for 205 in a Group B match of the cricket World Cup here on Friday.


Cricket’s new home is TNCA’s pride

The TNCA may quietly walk away with the award for the best administration of World Cup events. While mayhem has prevailed in sale of tickets to the general public in Mumbai and Bengaluru, things have

WC '11: Chaos as India-England tickets go on sale

Bengaluru: Indian police baton-charged thousands of World Cup cricket fans queuing for tickets for India's weekend clash with England on Thursday amid scenes of chaos outside Bangalore stadium.


Cricket fans thrashed by cops over WC tickets fiasco

Bengaluru: Police today lathicharged frenzied cricket fans as chaos broke out during sale of tickets for the keenly awaited February 27 World Cup tie between India and England at the Chinnaswamy stadi

Proteas spinners destroy Windies

New Delhi: Unfortunate West Indies tripped over the double nelson, 222 in 47.3 overs, as South African bowlers wreck havoc in their bating line up here at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium on Thursday.


Harsh lesson for Kumble, Srinath after World Cup tickets disaster

Bengaluru: Cricket veterans Anil Kumble and Javagal Srinath on Thursday learnt for the first time as cricket administrators that ticket sales for a match featuring India can be a googly or a bouncer.

Ponting facing ICC decision over smashed LCD TV

Mumbai: Ricky Ponting, the captain of World Cup holders Australia, is facing a charge for allegedly damaging a television set in the dressing room after he was dismissed during his side's victory over

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