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Legal action is the best option for Ajmal at this time: Shoaib Akhtar

Legal action is the best option for Ajmal at this time: Shoaib...

Former Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar Tuesday advised his compatriot Saeed Ajmal to legally challenge the ban slapped on him by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for his illegal bowling action. The post Legal action is the best option for Ajmal at ... First, 2 months ago
Akhtar advises Ajmal to legally challenge ICC ban Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Pakistan cricket needs India's support, says Shoaib Akhtar

Mohammad Shami celebrates after picking up a wicket. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images Former Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar, once the nemesis of many a top Indian batsman, has advice for his arch-rivals. He says Mohammad Shami, Umesh Yadav and Varun Aaron will be key to India's 2015 World Cup defence. "(Mohammed) Shami, Umesh (Yadav) and (Varun) Aaron are the ones. Keep them fresh, well-trained and give them proper practice from the World Cup's point of view. If these three bowlers ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago India should keep pacers fresh: Shoaib  The Telegraph2 months ago Shami, Umesh, Aaron key to India's WC chances: Shoaib  Business Standard2 months ago Shami, Umesh, Aaron key to India's WC chances: Shoaib Akhtar  Zee News2 months ago

Shoaib Akhtar to Ricky Ponting: Sachin's not the only who wrote about controversies

Sachin is not the first player to write about controversies in a book. Here are some of the other prominent cricketers who made shocking revelations. The post Shoaib Akhtar to Ricky Ponting: Sachin’s not the only who wrote about controversies appeared ...
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Pakistan Observer

Tributes paid to an icon of community mobilization

- Islamabad—Glowing tributes were paid to the living legend of our times, Shoaib Sultan Khan, for his meritorious services in the field of development at grass roots level. Speakers addressing a ceremony An Evening with Legend organized by ...
 Pakistan Observer1 day ago Living legend: Colleagues, friends pay tribute to Shoaib Sultan Khan  The Express Tribune3 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Injury will have major effect on cricket: Lara

West Indies cricket great Brian Lara believes the injury to Phillip Hughes will have a significant effect on the psyche of bowlers around the world, but doesn't believe the bouncer should be eradicated from the game. After finishing 18 holes at The ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago Lara: Don't change the rules  Sky Sports1 day ago Injury will have major effect: Lara  Inverell Times1 day ago West Indies legend Brian Lara believes Phillip Hughes injury will have major effect on bowlers around the world  WA Today1 day ago

10 critical injuries on the cricket field

This sequence of images shows Phillip Hughes of South Australia as he is struck on the head by a delivery during Day 1 of the Sheffield Shield match against New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday. Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images Injuries on a cricket field may not be uncommon, but when cricketers suffer knocks and blows, especially those that are freak and career-threatening, it sends a chill down the spine. Besides, they makes headlines, of course! On Tuesday, ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago A look back: Players who succumbed to fatal injuries on field  Hindustan Times12 hours ago Critical injuries to have happened on the cricket field  India Today12 hours ago Killer bouncer and its victims  Deccan Chronicle14 hours ago
India TV

"The perfumed ball" that makes Gentleman's game of cricket dreadful

Shivani Vishwakarma [ Updated 27 Nov 2014, 14:30:00 ] New Delhi: The game of cricket has always been a batsman’s game where bowlers are usually hammered all over the park to the delight of the crowd who love such scenes. But 'bouncer', the ...
 India TV12 hours ago Lara speaks on Hughes injury  Zimbabwe Herald20 hours ago Hughes blow 'rare' - Lara  News241 day ago Phil Hughes injury is a rare one but reminds us the dangers involved in cricket: Brian Lara  Indian Express1 day ago

Can the ISL really score?

Atlético de Kolkata (in striped T-shirts) versus Chennaiyin FC on 14 November. Photo: Dibyangshu Sarkar/AFP Oder acchey Mendoz, amader acchhey Sandoz . ( They have Mendoz, we have Sandoz ). The references to Chennaiyin FC's footballer John ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago
WA Today

Don't ban the bouncer, say Lara and Hayden

As Shane Warne led a flood of support from Australian cricketing greats for injured batsman Phillip Hughes, West Indies legend Brian Lara said the injury would have a significant effect on the psyche of bowlers around the world, but didn't believe ...
 WA Today1 day ago Bouncer defended as Warne, Lara talk of cricket dangers day ago Cricket's bouncer defended by Warne and Lara  Dominion Post1 day ago

November 30: The Revolution will be televised

The date is set, the venue is set, you better watch out, you better not pout, the Revolution is coming to town: Imran Khan has announced November 30 as the day for the final battle, when Liu Kang meets Shao Khan for the final Mortal Kombat. The ...
 DAWN Group1 day ago
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