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Kiwis look to soar high against Kenya

Feb. 18: For all purposes, the New Zealand-Kenya match could be a one-way traffic. But Kenya skipper Steve Tikolo begs to differ. The African side has always been a competitive side and it remains to

India crosses 300: Limping Sehwag, steady Kohli silence Dhaka

Virendar Sehwag and Virat Kohli beat a tight field, a spin attack and some bouncers to take India beyond the 300-mark.

Shehwag is also the first centurion of World Cup 2011.

The partnership of ove

Players to go under corruption scan

Ahmedabad: The anti-corruption wing of International Cricket Council (ICC) would maintain a vigil on the players in World Cup to ensure that they are not influenced by anyone, a top police official s

Bhajji puts India back in the game with spin attack

Dhaka: Harbhajan beat Junaid Siddique and MSD did the rest behind the stumps to hand India a most wanted breakthrough as India put the brakes on Bangla scoring.

Bangladesh had a dream start after I

Olympian Suresh Babu dies

Ranchi: Former ace national athelete Suresh Babu, current manager of the Kerala team at the 34th National Games, died in a hospital here Saturday.

Babu (58) was admitted to the Rajendra Institute of

Victory: India serves out '07 revenge with the bat and the ball

Despite a fantastic start, Bangladesh were reduced to 283 by resolute tactics from MSD and the bowling department.

Dhoni mixed his bowling attack and did not allow the opposition's batsmen to focus.

Media nightmare at WC opening event

Dhaka: The internet was irregular, the television sets in the media box did not work, and covering the Cricket World Cup opening ceremony turned a nightmarish experience for the scribes who gathered a

Dhoni, Raina run riot as warm-up with Kiwis heats up

Chennai: Mahendra Singh Dhoni smashed an explosive century and Suresh Raina cracked a brisk 50 as India posted an imposing 360-5 against New Zealand in a World Cup warm-up match on Wednesday.


IPL: CSK-KKR to open contest; new play-off system makes debut

Mumbai: Reigning champions Chennai Super Kings will lock horns with Kolkata Knight Riders to kick off the fourth edition of the Indian Premier League which will see a new play-off system, according to

ICC 'ambushes' Dhoni for breach of World Cup ad rules

Mumbai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) warned Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni over a possible breach of its marketing regulations, media reports have claimed.

The cricket governing body

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