has praised Bangladesh for integrating women
2010 World Cup winners to pocket $30 mn
The total prize money available to the 32 finalists of the 2010 World Cup will be $420 million, up 61 per cent from the 261.4 million in 2006.
‘Don’t write Murali off’
In terms of age, the man closest to Muttiah Muralitharan, 37, in the Sri Lanka tour party is the 41-year-old assistant coach Chandika Hathurusinghe.
Symonds set to mentor youngsters
Australian cricket's enfant terrible Andrew Symonds is all set to mentor young players as his state side Queensland has decided to ignore his troubled past.
Sehwag falls 7 runs short of world record
Virender Sehwag fell just short 7 runs of becoming the first batsman ever to score three test triple centuries.
Barcelona's Messi wins Ballon D'Or
Barcelona and Argentina forward Lionel Messi was awarded the 2009 Ballon D'Or, French magazine France Football said on its website (www.francefootball.fr) on Tuesday.
Barca beat Real 1-0 in Spanish classic
Zlatan Ibrahimovic came off the bench to volley 10-man Barcelona to a 1-0 home victory over Real Madrid on Sunday which put them back on top of La Liga.
Liverpool down Everton 2-0 for derby win
Liverpool put their European woes behind them in the best possible way with a 2-0 win away to city rivals Everton in the Premier League on Sunday.
Warne wants two-tier Test championship
Worried about the future of Test cricket, Australian spin great Shane Warne has advocated a two-tier championship format to inject more excitement in the longer version of the game.
Davydenko has the last laugh
Nikolay Davydenko cut Juan Martin del Potro down to size with a comfortable 6-3 6-4 win over the towering Argentine to claim the ATP World Tour Finals title.
Good wicket promised for Mumbai Test
Test cricket returns to Brabourne stadium after 36 years with the third and final match of the series between India and Sri Lanka.
Injuries cost us dear: Aakash Chopra
Delhi captain Aakash Chopra said that nature of defeat at the hands of Uttar Pradesh in their Ranji Trophy match was very disappointing as things definitely “did not go for the team the way they should have gone.”
Woods blames himself for 'embarrassing' crash
Curiosity still remains on where Woods was going in the wee hours when he drove his Cadillac Escalade into a fire hydrant in front of his Florida mansion and then ran into a tree in a neighbour's lawn
India reach 100 in style
On February 10, 1952, when India had won their first Test match by beating Donald Carr’s England by an innings and eight runs in Madras, “the scenes at the finish,” the Wisden Almanac says, “were surprisingly subdued.”
India beat SL, registers 100th Test win
India beat Sri Lanka by an innings and 144 runs in the second cricket Test in Kanpur.