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The painstaking method of preparing drop-in pitches

The cricket administrators in India are a lucky lot for the kind of patronage the game receives in the country. The huge backing for cricket not only has armed the Board of Control for Cricket in India with unbridled power but has kept them immune from other ... Deccan Herald, 4 days ago
DAWN Group

Blaming the uncles

MOST Pakistanis following the stuttering, shambolic progress of our cricket team in the World Cup probably have the familiar sinking feeling I do. And when we compare it with the fluent, confident campaigns of our South Asian rivals, Sri Lanka and ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago 2015 Cricket World Cup: Google Doodle designed for India v Pakistan ODI  24Dunia1 month ago

NRU On a Fool's Errand [opinion]

RACIST incidents continue to crop up sporadically in various sporting disciplines across the spectrum right in front of our noses but the mere fact that no one is prepared to tackle or let alone discuss the merits - this burning issue becomes ...
 Individual.com1 month ago Namibia: NRU On a Fool's Errand  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

Cricket-Australia's Smith completes fourth century against India

Steve Smith completed his fourth century in as many matches on Wednesday as Australia continued to build a massive first innings total in the final test against India.Smith joined South Africa's Jacques Kallis as the only batsmen to score hundreds ...
 24Dunia2 months ago 4th Test, Day 2: India vs Australia Live Score  24Dunia2 months ago Emotional Australia punish India in Sydney test  24Dunia2 months ago David Warner dubs first ton at SCG as 'special'  24Dunia2 months ago
Kathmandu Post

CAN Acting Prez Shah passes away

KATHMANDU, JAN 26 - Tarini Bikram Shah, the acting president of the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has passed away at the age of 84. Known as TB Shah, the octogenarian was battling with liver cancer and succumbed to the illness at Norvic ...
 Kathmandu Post1 month ago

Harishankar Bramha takes over as CEC

Harishankar Bramha Friday assumed charge as the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) here, succeeding V.S. Sampath.Bramha, who served as Election Commissioner since Aug 25, 2010, plans to use latest technology to improve the quality of election ...
 24Dunia2 months ago
Times of Zambia

Bye 2014, welcome 2015

THE past year was somewhat successfully for most sports disciplines while it was the usual squabbles for others at the expense of sports development and winning medals at international tournaments. As we start the New Year, it would be imperative ...
 Times of Zambia2 months ago

UAE: Residents find it easier to explain cricket rule than life insurance

You are here > News > eWeekly Middle East Source: eWeekly Middle East | 02 Mar 2015 UAE residents from the Indian subcontinent find it easier to explain cricket's no-ball rule (39%) than a basic life insurance plan (29%), according to a survey ...
 Asian Insurance Directory3 weeks ago UAE residents find it easier to explain no-ball rule than life...  PRWeb3 weeks ago YOUGOV : UAE residents find it easier to explain no-ball rule than life insurance, Friends Provident International survey finds.  4 Traders3 weeks ago
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WA Today

Cycling Australia's battle to get back on track

Cycling Australia's challenge is to co-ordinate a multi-disciplined and historically fragmented sport. Photo: It was meant to be Cycling Australia's path to the promised land, but a high-risk, high-reward strategy known internally as the "JV" ...
 WA Today1 month ago Cycling Australia's uphill battle to get back on track  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
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Zimbabwe Herald

Govt insincere on sport

HARARE - The greatest shame Zimbabwe's sport has suffered from is lack of commitment from government. To be blunt, they just don't care. They would rather pour thousands of dollars into a once-off football match than put up a budget to ...
 Daily News Zimbabwe1 week ago ZIFA casting shadow on the rest of Zimbabwean sport  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago GODWIN DUDU ORUMEN - HOT ON THE SPORTS  This Day Online2 months ago Nigeria: Godwin Dudu Orumen - Hot On the Sports  AllAfrica.com2 months ago
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