Wednesday, March 29, 2017

BCCI office bearers not to heed CoA directives

Anirudh Chaudhry (right) was one of the three BCCI officials to meet the CoA in Mumbai © PTI The BCCI office bearers have told the Supreme Court-appointed Committee...

Hamilton fights off Vettel to squeeze pole

The big disappointment for the 80,000 spectators Saturday came in the last stage of qualifying when local hope Daniel Ricciardo slid his Red Bull rear first into the gravel...

NFL Meeting: Raiders to Vegas, Rule Changes Lead Agenda

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was not present when the NFL announced the relocation of the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas during a press conference Monday morning at the...

Holland takes seven as Victoria remain on top

Victoria 487 and 2 for 38 lead South Australia 287 (Weatherald 60, Carey 57, Holland 7-82) by 238 runsScorecard Jon Holland picked up 7 for 82, including the wicket...

ECB moves to implement T20 constitution change

A new T20 competition is planned for 2020, to run alongside the NatWest Blast © Getty Images Colin Graves has hailed a "watershed" moment for cricket in England and...

South Africa look to du Plessis to repeat blockathon

Faf du Plessis will be hoping he can produce one of his signature resolute innings on the final day in Hamilton © Getty Images Although South Africa know they...

Stanikzai leads way as Ireland feel the heat

Afghanistan 357 for 6 (Stanikzai 110*, Shahzad 85, Jamal 73) v IrelandLive scorecard and ball-by-ball details File photo - Asghar Stanikzai struck a belligerent century © ICC/Helge Schutz Win the...

James Loney released by Texas Rangers

Veteran first baseman James Loney was released by the Texas Rangers on Monday. Loney, who was competing for the backup first baseman job behind Mike Napoli, batted .174...

India take million-dollar prize for finishing No. 1

India won in Dharamsala to seal the series against Australia 2-1 © Associated Press India have finished at the top of the ICC Test rankings for the second successive...

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Pakistan’s poor farmers face uphill battle with climate extremes

BAKRANI: Since his father died in 2011, Moeez Assadullah has been looking after his family's farm alone. The 21-year-old tends the 3 hectares (7...