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Misbah guides Pakistan home with unbeaten 93

Feb. 1: An unbeaten 93 by Misbah-ul-Haq paved the way for a narrow two-wicket Pakistan victory over New Zealand with an over to spare in the fourth ODI on Tuesday.

The win put Pakistan 2-1 up in the

Eden faces threat for remaining games too

Jan. 30: Despite the ICC rejecting BCCI’s appeal to reconsider its decision to take away the India-England cricket World Cup match from Kolkata, its president Sharad Pawar said the Eden Gardens can ho

CAB’s hopes of a miracle dashed

Jan. 30: The International Cricket Council on Sunday had the last say, remaining firm on its decision to shift the India-England World Cup from the unprepared Eden Gardens. What lies ahead for the bel

Aussies seal deal against English

Jan. 30: Australia claimed the one-day international series against England with a 51-run win in the fifth match at the Gabba in Brisbane on Sunday. After winning the toss and batting, Australia made

Bhajji ready for biggest battle

Jan. 30: Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh believes that the team’s impressive performance in South Africa will be of little consequence when India embark on their World Cup journey, starting on February 19

Fulham hit Spurs for four

Jan. 31: Edin Dzeko opened his goalscoring account for Manchester City to salvage a 1-1 draw with Notts County as Tottenham Hotspur were sent crashing out of the FA Cup in a humiliating 4-0 rout by Fu

India grab maiden Asian Junior Squash

Colombo: The Indian junior boys created history when they downed arch-rivals and title holders Pakistan in the final of the Asian Junior Team Squash Championships here on Saturday for their maiden tri

Jadeja hits ton, North seize lead

Vadodara, Jan. 28: Impressive bowling display by Sumit Narwal (5-102) and Amit Mishra (3-108) put North Zone in control against West at the end of the third day’s play in the Duleep Trophy semifinal,

S. Korea post consolation win over Uzbeks

Doha, Jan. 28: South Korea bowed out of the Asian Cup in style by edging Uzbekistan 3-2 in an entertaining third-place play-off on Friday to secure an automatic place at the 2015 tournament in Austral

Tennis: Clijsters beats China's Li

Melbourne: Belgium's Kim Clijsters beat Li Na 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 in the Australian Open final on Saturday, dashing China's hopes of a first Grand Slam singles title.

The third seed recovered from a slow s

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