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High Court rejects bail plea of cricket coach in sexual assault case

The High Court of Karnataka on Tuesday refused to grant bail to cricket coach Nazeer, 30, who has been arrested on the charge of sexually assaulting a minor boy.

Tale of two captains

There isn’t a universally accepted definition of the word “aggression” in the cricketing context.

Women seek quick revival

The Indian women’s cricket team will be aiming for quick recovery from a rare setback when it takes on South Africa in the fourth T20I, where a win would give it an unbeatable series lead, here on Wednesday.

PSPB inter-unit cue sport tournament

After exhibiting some fine work with the cue in the Cricket Club of India Open snooker tournament that concluded in Mumbai on Sunday, majority of India’s top-class players have assembled at the PYC Hindu Gymkhana here for the 14th PSPB inter-unit billiards and snooker tournament.

Battling for a slot is an opportunity, says Shreyas Iyer

With 16 months left for the World Cup, India have a couple of middle-order slots still up for grabs and Shreyas Iyer sees this as an “opportunity”, as he tries to make a case for himself in the coming days.

England, New Zealand coaches differ on T20 internationals

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has come out in strong support of the Twenty20 format, saying it forms a “meaningful” part of the international game.

de Villiers out of T20I series

South Africa’s injury woes continued with its star batsman AB de Villiers being ruled out of the three-match T20I series due to a knee injury here on Sunday.

India to play around 30 ODIs in 2018-19 season

With an eye on next year’s ICC World Cup, the Indian cricket team will play around 30 ODIs in an estimated 63 international games across formats, scheduled for the 2018-19 season.

It’s cricket: ‘invest in, insure and immortalise’ athletes

Sachin Tendulkar’s session on stage began with a cheery conversation on tennis, his other great sporting love.

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Tamim fined for poor conduct

Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal was on Thursday fined 15 percent of his match fee for engaging in a verbal duel with umpires and sending off Australian batsman Matthew Wade during the first test in Dhaka.

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