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SC reserves order on Sreesanth's plea against lifetime ban by BCCI

Kochi, Mar 2: The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its order on a plea by former cricketer S. Sreesanth challenging the lifetime ban imposed on him by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for his alleged involvement in match fixing during 2013 IPL.

The bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice K.M. Joseph reserved the order...

Proud to hand over legacy of Indian jersey to future generations: MS Dhoni

Hyderabad, Mar 2: Kapil's 'Devils' pristine whites at the Lord's in 1983 was a source of inspiration for Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who wore different shades of blue in 2007 and 2011 and is "proud to hand over the legacy" of Indian jersey to future generations.

Indian team's new 2019 World Cup jersey was launched by sporting apparel giants Nike...

New Zealand record their highest test score

Hamilton, Mar 2: New Zealand have posted their highest Test match score in the ongoing Test match between New Zealand and Bangladesh.

The Kiwis posted 715 runs on the board for the loss of six wickets on the third day of the first Test against Bangladesh.

Kane Williamson, the captain of New Zealand completed his second double century...

MS Dhoni injures his right forearm ahead of Australia ODIs

Hyderabad, Mar 1: Mahendra Singh Dhoni has suffered an injury scare during the Indian team's net session on the eve of the ODI series opener against Australia here on Saturday.

Dhoni sustained an injury on his right forearm while taking throwdowns from team's support staff member Raghavendra.

The former India captain had a long batting session at the...

Chris Gayle rethinking retirement decision

St George's, Mar 1: Chris Gayle said he is reconsidering his decision to retire after this year’s World Cup after the West Indies’ opener’s record-breaking feats in the ongoing one-day series against England.

The 39-year-old smashed a 97-ball 162 in a losing cause in Wednesday’s fourth game, and has now struck 305 ODI sixes and a record 506 in...

Controversy has humbled me and I value India cap even more: KL Rahul

Bengaluru, Feb 28: The harrowing time that he faced in the wake of a chat show controversy has "humbled him a little bit", feels opener KL Rahul, who now values his India cap more than ever before.

Both Rahul and Hardik Pandya were provisionally suspended for their loose comments on women during a popular chat show. Their bans were...

Indian women eye clean sweep against England

Mumbai, Feb 27: The series already in the bag, a confident India will look to complete a whitewash when they take on a beleaguered England in the third and final women's One-day International here Thursday.

The Mithali Raj-led outfit had thrashed the reigning World Champions by 66 runs in the opening ODI and then followed it up with a...

Sanath Jayasuriya banned for two years for breaching ICC Anti-Corruption Code

Dubai, Feb 26: Sanath Jayasuriya, former chief selector of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), has been banned from all forms of cricket for two years for breaching two counts of the International Cricket Council (ICC) anti-corruption code.

The conviction of Jayasuriya is the latest part of a much broader ICC Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) investigation into corruption in cricket in Sri...

Federer starts 100th title bid with win in Dubai

Dubai, Feb 26: Roger Federer began his charge for a 100th career title by dispatching Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 on a windy centre court in the first round of the Dubai Championships.

Second seed Federer had to deal with a tricky opponent and strong gusts at the Aviation Club in front of nearly 5,500 fans at...

Some days execution in death bowling doesn't come off: Bumrah

Visakhapatnam, Feb 25: Jasprit Bumrah defended his under-fire colleague Umesh Yadav for not being able to defend 14 runs in the final over of the T20 against Australia, calling it a one-off day when his execution at the death went haywire.

Bumrah got India back into the match with a superb 19th over where he gave away only two...