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Beer ad fosters bad blood

THE Australian players are bracing themselves for a hostile reception from England cricket fans, but it is a supposedly Australian beer brand that has fired one of the first ­attacks on the visitors.

MS Dhoni wants to fulfill dream of becoming painter post retirement – Times of...

NEW DELHI: Mahendra Singh Dhoni Monday shared his childhood dream of becoming a painter and his plans after quitting cricket, fuelling fresh speculations about his retirement.

Dhoni hints at post-retirement plans

New Delhi, May 20 (IANS) A lot has been said about former India captain MS Dhoni’s retirement and the stumper has now himself fuelled the debate by revealing what he might opt to do after he calls it a day.

Pakistan’s fielding abilities concerns Arthur ahead of World Cup

Dubai [UAE], May 20 (ANI): After Pakistan's dismal run in the recently concluded five-match series against England, Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur lambasted his side's fielding abilities saying it worries him.

The world cup (1996) :Dark day of Indian cricket, click to know why?

The world cup (1996) :Dark day of Indian cricket, click to know why?

ICC World Cup 2019: Steve Waugh places his bets on David Warner and Steve...

Dubai: Former Australia captain Steve Waugh believes that the return of Steve Smith Smith and David Warner will make opponents wary of the country's team at the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup.

Rajasthan Royals’ Riyan Parag tried to copy Smriti Mandhana

Jaipur: Seventeen-year-old batsman Riyan Parag, who rose to fame after he helped Rajasthan Royals beat Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in one of their fixtures in the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL), has admitted he admires leading woman batter Smriti Mandhana and tries to copy her style of batting.

It’s going to be an open World Cup: Ricky Ponting – Times of India

Few cricketers have a World Cup CV which is as impressive as Ricky Ponting’s.

Needs cricket of 1983

Jammu, May 18 -- Cricket in India has achieved a level of extreme passion and it is growing with each passing day.

Anzac fuel driving the Aussies at World Cup

PAT Cummins wants the Anzac spirit to fuel Australia’s World Cup defence as Steve Smith and David Warner head into cricket’s version of enemy territory for the first time since their ball-tampering sanctions.


Smith, Warner to meet Aussie team in Dubai

Steve Smith and David Warner's formal reintegration will start earlier than expected, with the banned duo to soon front World Cup teammates in the UAE.