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Late strikes give Pakistan hope in Zimbabwe


HARARE: Three late wickets gave Pakistan renewed hope after Zimbabwe played themselves into a strong position on the third day of the second Test against Pakistan at Harare Sports Club on Thursday.  

PCB to earn USD 10 million due to SA, Sri Lanka series

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board is set to earn around USD 10 million (approximately 103 crore rupees) from the sale of media, title and ground rights for its upcoming 'home' series against South

India refuses visa to a Pak team for Twenty20 tournament


New Delhi: India has refused visa to Pakistani team, Faisalabad Wolves, to participate in Champions League Twenty20 tournament scheduled to begin from September 17 against the backdrop of current ten

Redemption time for Chand as India A takes on NZ A in OD opener


Visakhapatnam: After a string of low scores in List A as well as first-class games, talented opener Unmukt Chand will like to make amends as he leads India A against New Zealand A in the opening enco

Virat Kohli is indeed a rare talent

Former Indian cricket coach Gary Kirsten recently heaped praises on Virat Kohli, stating he always knew that the Indian batsman would grow into a great cricketer. Kohli has developed into a fantastic

Where is the rush, says Tendulkar on retirement

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New Delhi: As speculation is rife that Sachin Tendulkar may quit the game after playing his 200th Test, the senior India batsman today said he was in no rush to announce his retirement from internati

Not thinking about 200th Test: Tendulkar

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New Delhi: Sachin Tendulkar today said that he was not thinking about reaching the 200th-Test milestone even as there was speculation that he may retire after playing that match.
"I like to take one

CSA could lose R2.5 million a day from shortened India tour


 Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA) could lose up to 2.5 million rand a day in revenue if the Indian tour later this year is shortened, according to a media report.The Afrikaans daily Beeld quo

Five match Test series—The way to go forward


We live in a world which is more inclined towards the shorter formats of cricket and these days, it has come down to T20s, which is probably the most popular format of the same. There is nothing wron

Twin centuries by Anderson, Devcich take NZ 'A' to 300/8

Hyderabad: Middle-order batsmen Corey Anderson and Anton Devcich staged a spirited fightback after early jitters as New Zealand 'A' ended their first day's play at 300 for eight against India 'A' in

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