Until favorable results come away from home, India’s No. 1 Test ranking may slowly become irrelevant, writes Kanishkaa Balachandran in The Hindu.
Bangladesh cricketer Liton Kumar Das faced social media slurs after he posted a photo of goddess Durga wishing happiness to all and seeking everyone’s blessings on his Facebook wall on Monday. Das removed his post on Tuesday.
Singapore, Sept 9 (The Straits Times) – A rampant Sri Lanka outplayed Singapore 69-50 on Sunday (Sept 9) in the final of the M1 Asian Netball Championship at the OCBC Arena to win their first Asian title since 2009. The young Sri Lankan side showed that they had the depth to complement their 2.08m goal-shooter […]
Colombo, Sept 2 (AFP) – Sri Lanka’s cricket selectors Saturday recalled fast bowler Lasith Malinga after an year in limbo and included him in a 16-member squad for the upcoming Asia Cup tournament. The injury-prone 35-year-old had been largely ignored since his last ODI appearance in September last year against India in Colombo when he […]
Former India Test captain Ajit Wadekar, who led the country to its first Test series win in England in 1971 passed away at the age of 77 on Wednesday after a prolonged illness. He breathed his last at Mumbai’s Jaslok Hospital. Wadekar made his debut in 1966 against the West Indies and went on to represent India in 37 Tests and two one-day internationals.
Pakistan’s Prime Ministet-to-be, Imran Khan, has decided against inviting foreign leaders and celebrities to his oath taking ceremony on August 11 as Pakistan’s new prime minister as he wants to keep the event very simple, Dawn reported.
His party had initially planned to invite several foreign leaders and personalities, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan and Indian cricketers like Kapil Dev, Sunil Gavasker and Navjot Singh Sidhu to the event.
However, in an apparent change of heart today, Khan has opted against a fancy ceremony.
Whoever lifts the Wimbledon 2018 men’s trophy would thank their stars that Pistol Pete, the cud-chewing grass juggernaut, is ruminating in a bygone era, writes Kanishkaa Balachandran in The Hindu.
Indian batsman Mohammad Kaif on Friday retired from all forms of cricket — nearly 12 years after he last stepped out to play an international match for his country. Kaif, who played 125 one-day internationals (ODI) during his six-year career, is famous for his match-winning 87 in the Natwest final against England at Lord’s in 2002.
Football has been a love at first sight for the village girls and the top-scorer of the tournament, Sherbano. “I cannot wait to have a career in this sport. My mother would be proud. My father isn’t there.He passed away but he would’ve liked it too. I just like the feeling of scoring the goals,” the fourth-grader who scored three goals for her team said.
An ambulance had to be rushed on to the field of play on Monday after Kusal Perera hurt himself while attempting a catch at the long-on boundary. He was immediately rushed to hospital for a scan. “He was cleared of any serious injury,” the Sri Lankan team manager Asanka Gurusinha said, “But we will have to see […]