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New Zealand captain Brendon Mccullum announces retirement
New Zealand captain Brendon Mccullum will retire from all forms of international cricket at the end of the home series against Australia in February next year. McCullum, made the announcement in Christchurch a day after his team won the Test series against Sri Lanka 2-0. The New Zealand skiper will not play the World T20 in March in India, where Kane Williamson will captain the New Zealand team.
IPL betting verdict: Chennai, Rajasthan suspended for 2 yrs; life ban for Kundra, Meiyappan
A Supreme Court-appointed panel suspended former champions Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the Indian Premier League for two years on Tuesday as it presented its verdict on the spot-fixing and betting scandal that hit the T20 tournament in 2013. ICC chief N Srinivasan's son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra were suspended from any type of cricketing activity for life after they were found guilty of betting in the tournament.
IPL spot-fixing: D-Day for CSK,RR as SC-appointed Lodha Committee to give verdict today
A Supreme Court-appointed committee, headed by former Chief Justice of India R M Lodha,will on Tuesday pronounce the quantum of punishment against IPL teams Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals and their team officials Gurunath Meiyappan and Raj Kundra for betting during IPL 8 season. The panel will also decide the fate of two IPL franchisees Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals.
3rd Test: India, Australia share honours on Day 1
Team India picked up wickets at regular intervals while another captain's knock by Steven Smith helped Australia end the day one of the third Test at 259 for 5 on Friday.
New Zealand survive Shahid Afridi assault to level T20 series
New Zealand survived Shahid Afridi`s late onslaught to beat Pakistan by 17 runs in the second and final Twenty20 match to level the series 1-1 on Friday.
Phil Hughes head injury: Cricket world reels as Australian opener fights for his life
The world of cricket was in a state of shock on Tuesday as the Australian batsman Phil Hughes lay critically ill in hospital. He had to undergo emergency surgery after being struck by a horrendous blow on the head while playing a bouncer at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Rohit Sharma hits highest individual ODI score
Rohit Sharma notched up his second double hundred in ODIs, becoming the first batsman to reach the landmark, and also sped past Virender Sehwag's 219 registering the highest individual score in ODIs getting out for 264 off 173 balls.
West Indies Cricket Board slam Dwayne Bravo as India tour called off
The West Indies Cricket Board attacked one-day captain Dwayne Bravo after confirming Friday that the team`s tour of India had been abandoned following a strike by their own players in a pay dispute.
Uphill task for Scorchers as they face upbeat KKR
Having won 11 matches on a trot, the Kolkata Knight Riders will be aiming to keep their juggernaut rolling as they meet Perth Scorchers in their third group league match of the Oppo Champions League T20.
Sachin Tendulkar helping Virat Kohli come out of bad form
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Virat Kohli is in the middle of a woeful batting form, and his desperation to come out of it has sent an SOS to Sachin Tendulkar: 'Help me overcome this'.
Cheteshwar Pujara flops in 100th first-class game
Cheteshwar Pujara's struggles with the bat continued with a score of 16 in his 100th first-class match, as the India batsman suffered another poor outing in England.
Ajinkya Rahane, Shikhar Dhawan star in India’s emphatic Series Victory
Ajinkya Rahane smashed his maiden ODI century as India clinched their first 50-over series win on English soil in 24 years after thrashing the hosts by nine wickets in the fourth one-dayer to take an invincible 3-0 lead in the five-match series, here.
4th ODI: India move in for the kill at Birmingham
Two back-to-back wins has brought the cheer back in the Indian camp, and if the visitors manage to clinch the ODI series against England at Birmingham, their World Cup preparations will be on track and the hosts' in disarray.
Yuvraj Singh awarded Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Awards
Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh and Pakistani journalist Reema Abassi were awarded the fifth Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Awards along with 24 others. While Yuvraj’s foundation ‘YouWeCan’ has bagged the award for the “best charity” for its work in the field of cancer awareness, Abassi, who shot to fame with her documentation of temples in Pakistan.
India look to continue winning run in third ODI against England
Buoyed by their big victory that was achieved on the back of a clinical all-round display, a rejuvenated India will look to continue the winning momentum and take an unassailable 2-0 lead when they lock horns with England in the third one-dayer here Saturday.
India vs England : Skipper MS Dhoni hails Suresh Raina’s fantastic knock
Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni heaped praises on Suresh Raina for his match-winning hundred in the second one-dayer against England here Wednesday that helped the visitors take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.
England need big hitters in ODIs: Kevin Pietersen
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen lauded captain Alastair Cook for the 3-1 Test series win against India but feels that they are playing ODIs with Test selection in mind.
Hashim Amla century lone bright spot for South Africa
Hashim Amla struck his first century as South Africa`s Test captain in a lonely battle against Sri Lankan spinners on the third day of the second and final Test on Saturday.
India end 28-year drought at Lord’s with 95-run win over England
India clinched their first Test win at the historic Lord`s in nearly three decades as they rode on Ishant Sharma`s inspired spell of fast bowling to demolish England by 95 runs and take a 1-0 lead in the five match series here on Monday.
Gary Ballance goes on drinking binge, warned by coach Moores
England's top-order batsman Gary Ballance has been handed a stern warning by team's coach Peter Moores over the left-hander's conduct in a drunken state at a Nottingham pub after the end of the first Test match.
1st Test: Dean Elgar Fifty Gives South Africa Solid Start vs Sri Lanka
Opener Dean Elgar smashed an unbeaten 62 as South Africa raced to 111-1 at lunch on the opening day of the first Test against Sri Lanka on Wednesday. Elgar, 27, hit nine fours and a six in his 91-ball knock after new Test skipper Hashim Amla chose to bat on a placid track at the Galle International Stadium.
1st Test: Sri Lanka plan winning farewell for Jayawardene
Sri Lanka are hoping to give former captain Mahela Jayawardene a memorable farewell by winning the last four Tests of his career against South Africa and Pakistan, skipper Angelo Mathews said on Tuesday.
Yuvraj Singh to hold charity auction for cancer awareness at London Hilton
Yuvraj Singh is holding a charity auction dinner to create awareness about cancer on July 14 at the London Hilton.
N. Srinivasan confirmed as International Cricket Council chairman
N. Srinivasan has been confirmed as the ICC's first chairman after constitutional changes to the governing body were passed at the annual conference in Melbourne. N. Srinivasan has been confirmed as the ICC's first chairman after constitutional changes to the governing body were passed at the annual conference in Melbourne.
KKR’s grand felicitation at Eden tomorrow
Memories of the 2012`s grand felicitation of Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens are set to be re-lived with the West Bengal government and Cricket Association of Bengal having planned a similar programme at the same venue on Tuesday morning.
England beat Sri Lanka in 1st ODI
Chris Jordan starred with both bat and ball as England set off on the road to next year's World Cup with a an 81-run win over Sri Lanka in a rain-marred one-day international at The Oval.