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Only six! Lowest-ever total in Women’s T20Is

Kigali (Rwanda), June 19 (IANS) Cricket fans on Tuesday were busy talking about star Afghanistan player Rashid Khan, who broke an ugly record against England by becoming the most expensive bowler in the World Cup history.

Gaming cult looks to level up in India

New Delhi, June 18 -- In late-January, at a gathering of serious-looking parents and students who had come to hear Prime Minister Narendra Modi speak about exam pressure, the conversation suddenly veered toward video games.

Amit Shah likens match to air strike, Pakistani officer replies

Long after India beat Pakistan in the World Cup bout and the neighbouring country took the honours for the laughter challenge with its self-deprecating jokes about its players’ performance, the powers that be in both countries kept up their usual sparring, with cricket providing the flashpoint this time.

Cricket World Cup 2019: New Zealand’s five best wins at the big show

Grant Elliott celebrates his match-winning six in the 2015 World Cup quarterfinal.

Wade to play as batter-only for Aussie A

Matthew Wade will play as a batter-only in Australia A's opening match in England, with Peter Handscomb set to wear the gloves.

Bonding sessions cover wide spectrum

Southampton: A team that stays together, plays together.

Morgan, England re-write the record books at Old Trafford

England captain Eoin Morgan hit 17 sixes in his knock of 148, an ODI record.

Stoinis fit for adaptable Australia

Mitch Marsh has been released back to play for Australia A with Marcus Stoinis fit to see out the World Cup after overcoming a side strain.

Well played, but don’t compare ‘strikes & match’: Asif Ghafoor replies to Indian home...

RAWALPINDI, June 18 -- Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor on Monday responded to Indian Home Minister Amit Shah's congratulatory message to the Indian cricket team after their win over Pakistan in the World Cup clash, in which he said: "Another strike on Pakistan by Team India and the result is same.

Ad rates for Sunday’s India-Pakistan World Cup match shatter all previous records

The rates for a 10-second spot is almost two times more than the rates of other World Cup matches Hoping that Sunday's India-Pakistan World Cup match would shatter all viewership records, advertisers are not shying away from buying ad inventories of Star Sports channels at a staggering price of Rs 25 lakh per 10 seconds.