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WC hopes still strong: Morgan post Australia loss

England captain Eoin Morgan has insisted that his team’s World Cup hopes are not in jeopardy and they still have a “strong” chance of making it to the semi-finals.England, who came into the World Cup as hot favourites, on Tuesday suffered a 64-run defeat at the hands of arch-rivals Australia at the Lord’s. This was

No need for England to panic: Root after Pakistan defeat

Joe Root believes England must not press the panic button after being handed a 14-run defeat by Pakistan in their second match of the ongoing World Cup.On Monday, Root scored the first hundred of the ongoing tournament and appeared to be steering England towards victory before he and fellow centurion Jos Buttler were removed in

South Africa hold England to 311/8 in World Cup opener

South Africa restricted England to 311 for eight in the World Cup opener at the Oval on Thursday as the tournament hosts and favourites made a stuttering start in their quest to win the trophy for the first time.Ben Stokes top-scored with 89, while England captain Eoin Morgan (57), Jason Roy (54) and Joe Root

India, England retain top spots in ICC Test, ODI rankings

India, England retain top spots in ICC Test, ODI rankings

 India and England have retained their top positions in the team rankings for Tests and ODIs, respectively, after the annual update in which series results from 2015-16 are removed, and outcomes from 2016-17 and 2017-18 are weighted at 50 per cent.India’s lead over New Zealand in the ICC Test Team Rankings has narrowed from eight

India aim to maintain top spot in ICC Test rankings

India aim to maintain top spot in ICC Test rankings

India aim to maintain top spot in ICC Test rankings. Holding on to the number one position despite a 1-4 loss to England, India will look to maintain their status in the ICC Test rankings when they host West Indies in a two-match series. In the series that starts on Thursday, India will be looking

4th Test: India suffer 60-run defeat against England

4th Test: India suffer 60-run defeat against England. India was handed its third consecutive series defeat in England as it was bowled out for 184 runs in the fourth Test match at the Ageas Bowlcricket ground, giving the hosts an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match series. The day’s play started with England’s score at 260 for the loss of

Edgbaston Test: Eng set India 194 target; visitors at 110/5

Edgbaston Test: Eng set India 194 target; visitors at 110/5. India bowled England out for 180 on the third day of the ongoing first Test match in Edgbaston Cricket Ground, and followed up with scoring 110 runs for the loss of five wickets to leave them 84 runs away from a historic win. England started the day having lost opener Alastair

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India lose 2nd ODI against England by 86 runs

India lost second ODI against England by 86 runs at Lord’s stadium in London on Saturday. Earlier, India outclassed England by 8 wickets in the first ODI held at Trent Bridge here.With the win, England levelled the three-match series at 1-1 with a victory over India. After Joe Root hit a century in the first

ODI: India beat England by 8 wickets

India beat England by 8 wickets in the first One Day International (ODI) at Trent Bridge here. Rohit Sharma’s searing century (an unbeaten 137) helped India walk to the victory with nearly 10 overs to spare. He completed his century off just 82 balls. Skipper Virat Kohli scored 75 runs. The Kohli-Rohit duo added 177

FIFA WC: Belgium dethrone England to top Group G

FIFA WC: Belgium dethrone England to top Group G

FIFA WC: Belgium dethrone England to top Group G. Belgium brushed aside England 1-0 in their Group G encounter to take the top spot in the ongoing 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup at Kaliningrad Stadium here on Thursday (local time). Both Belgium and England, who already qualified to the round of 16 prior

Innovation, technology to top Modi's agenda in Sweden, England

Innovation, technology, education to top Modi’s agenda in Sweden, England

Innovation, technology, education to top Modi’s agenda in Sweden, England. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Sweden and England from April 16 to 20, during the course of which he will participate in the first ever India-Nordic Summit and this year’s Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), cooperation in the areas of innovation, technology and

England women defeat India A by six wickets

England women defeat India A by six wickets

MUMBAI: England women notched up their second successive win as they comprehensively thrashed India A by six wickets in a warm-up T20 game here on Tuesday. The visitors, who had defeated India A by 45 runs in the first practice match on Monday continued their winning streak at the Brabourbe Stadium.After restricting India A to a

England women beat India A by 45 runs in warm-up

England women beat India A by 45 runs in warm-up

MUMBAI: England women warmed up in style ahead of the upcoming T20 tri-series as they defeated India A by 45 runs in the first of the two practice games here on Monday. England women shone with both bat and ball as they looked to get used to the conditions.Besides England and hosts India, Australia are

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Rajiv Gandhi assassination: Swamy suspects ‘supari killing’, demands probe

Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday claimed that the act of Congress Party President Rahul Gandhi forgiving the killers of his father, Rajiv Gandhi, raised suspicion of “supari killing” or a plotted murder for financial gains.Speaking to ANI, Swamy urged that a probe be conducted into the death of the former Prime Minister. “The reason given by the

Diet may help halt breast cancer spread: Study

Diet may help halt breast cancer spread: Study

Limiting the intake of foods rich in asparagine including dairy, beef, poultry, eggs, fish, nuts, soy and whole grains, while increasing the intake of fruits and vegetables may potentially help halt the spread of a deadly type of breast cancer, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, suggests. Asparagine is an amino acid — the building blocks

Ryanair flight passenger tired of waiting, sits on wings

Ryanair flight passenger tired of waiting, sits on wings

Ryanair flight passenger tired of waiting, sits on wings. A Ryanair flight was going to Malaga in southren Spain from London, passenger got angry and sit on its wings came out of emergency door, when flight’s waiting time made them frustrated of waiting. The incident on New Year’s Day took place 30 minutes after the flight from

Man arrested for trying to climb Buckingham Palace wall

London, Dec 12, London police have arrested a 24- year-old man for allegedly trying to climb a wall outside Buckingham Palace. The police have rejected the incident which occurred last evening as being a terrorism-related offence. Officers from the Metropolitan Police’s Royalty and Specialist Protection Command arrested the suspect “within three minutes” of him stepping over

Germany to open new National Team Academy

The German Football Association (DFB) announced on Friday that it has been given legal permission to build a new national training centre and academy in Frankfurt, which it hopes to open by 2021. After years of planning, the DFB will finally open the 150-million-euro ($176.5 million) complex in an attempt to keep up with other European

Ben Stokes included

Ben Stokes included in England’s ODI squad for Australia series

Ben Stokes included: Former vice-captain Ben stokes has been included in the 16-man squad for the five-match ODI series against Australia which will begin from January. Opener Alex Hales has also been named in the squad after he was recently cleared of any wrongdoing in the Bristol incident in September, which led to the arrest

‘British Govt. must apologise for Jallianwala Bagh massacre’: London Mayor Sadiq Khan

Amritsar (Punjab), December 6 : – London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who is currently on a visit to India, paid tributes to the martyrs of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar on Wednesday and said it is time for the British Government to apologise for the tragedy. Khan wrote in the visitor’s book at the Jallianwala