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Rashid dedicates award to blast victims

In his hour of glory, Rashid Khan remembered the people killed in a blast during a cricket match in his home town recently, even as Indian fans and his country’s President indulged in some good-natured banter over his citizenship.

Aussies aim to be world’s most professional team: Langer

Australia is striving to be the most professional and honest team in world cricket, coach Justin Langer said on Saturday as the squad prepares for its first international tour following a damaging ball-tampering scandal.

How did IPL become a success story?

How has it fared in its 11th year?

Kohli bids farewell to ‘brother’ AB de Villiers

Indian skipper Virat Kohli on Saturday took to social media to pay tribute to “brother” AB de Villiers after the South African great announced his decision to quit international cricket.

A meteoric rise

Hemalatha Dayalan was initiated into formal cricket only at age 17, when she began to play for her college team.

A woman cricketer in our midst

At 13, Gomathi Rajam developed a liking for cricket and signed up with a coaching centre.

Father of Sri Lankan cricketer Dhananjaya de Silva shot dead

The father of Sri Lankan cricketer Dhananjaya de Silva was shot dead by unidentified gunmen on the eve of the national team's departure to the West Indies, police said.

Guntur police bust cricket betting racket

The Guntur Rural Police on Thursday claimed to have pinned down a main bookie, who has more than 25 sub-bookies in his network, following a massive crackdown on cricket betting in the district.

‘It was a privilege watching de Villiers play’

India great and presently mentor of Sunrisers Hyderabad V.V.S.

An innings that could have still continued

He will always be written about as a batsman ahead of times.