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Waqar Younis hopes Pakistan come good in Australia Tests

Pakistan's head coach Waqar Younis on Wednesday raised hopes his team will fare better in the upcoming Tests against Australia after suffering a 3-0 whitewash in the recent one-dayers.

Saeed Ajmal bowls with revamped action under supervision

Pakistan's suspended off-spinner Saeed Ajmal bowled for the first time on Wednesday with his revamped action under the supervision of Saqlain Mushtaq.

Testing time for cyclone-battered Vizag cricket stadium

While it will take some time to assess the extent of losses caused by Cyclone Hudhud, the natural calamity has jeopardised the immediate chances of the Visakhapatnam Cricket Stadium getting Test status.

Mafia figures can't decide my fate, says Lalit Modi

The former Indian Premier League chairman and ousted Rajasthan Cricket Association chief speaks to HT from London about the his feud with former Indian cricket board president N Srinivasan.

Cheteshwar Pujara looking for valuable practice in Duleep Trophy tie

Cheteshwar Pujara would like to continue his good form during a short English county stint as he leads a formidable West Zone side against a gutsy East Zone in the quarter-final of the Duleep Trophy starting on Wednesday, which incidentally, will be India's domestic season-opener.

Akshar Patel added to India ODI, T20 squads against West Indies

Spinner Akshar Patel has been named in the Indian squad for the remaining two ODIs against the West Indies and was also picked in the team announced for the one-off T20 against the Caribbeans.

If someone asks you to do wrong things, he is not a friend: Amir

At 18, he was on his way to becoming the pace king of Pakistan. But the ground beneath Mohammad Amir's feet caved in after he was found guilty in the spot-fixing scandal on the 2010 England tour.

Derbyshire in talks with Pujara for next year

Impressed with Cheteshwar Pujara's performance, English county side Derbyshire is in talks with the batsman to sign him for 2015 as well but his IPL commitments and a tour of Bangladesh could prove to be the 'stumbling block'.

Straightening out chuckers gets the vote

Spin legend Bishan Singh Bedi, a strong critic of the rule allowing bowlers to bend their arms by 15 degrees, has his fingers crossed after long calling for banning bowlers with suspect actions.

SC refuses to restrain Srinivasan from contesting BCCI elections

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to restrain N Srinivasan from participating in the November 20 AGM of the BCCI and also declined to hold the appointment of present office bearers invalid.

Mohammed Shami a vital cog in MS Dhoni's plans

Progressing by leaps and bounds, pacer Mohammed Shami is an integral part of India's strategy in the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Strauss, Cook reject Pietersen's bullying claims

Past and present England captains Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook have rejected allegations by Kevin Pietersen that a clique of players bullied and intimidated teammates during the successful Andy Flower era.

Visakhapatnam ODI abandoned due to cyclone Hudhud

The third ODI between India and the West Indies, scheduled in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday, has been called off after cyclone 'Hudhud' hit the port city.

West Indies fined for slow over-rate in second ODI against India

West Indies skipper Dwayne Bravo was fined 40% of his match fee while his teammates were docked 20% after the side was found guilty of slow over-rate during the second ODI against India.

Star awarded biggest ever ICC global contract

The International Cricket Council on Sunday awarded the largest ever global broadcast contract to Star India and Star Middle East for eight years from 2015, a period that includes two World Cups, two Champions Trophy events and two World Twenty20 events.
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