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ICC Test rankings: India slips to seventh; Kohli out of top 10
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Bangladesh Cricket Benifitting From Healthy Competition: Anamu...

File Photo: Bangladesh reached the quarterfinals of the ICC World Cup 2015. AFP Bangladesh opener Anamul Haque has welcomed the healthy competition among squad members for a place in the playing 11, insisting it will only enhance the performance ... NDTV, 21 hours ago
Legendary Trio Tendulkar, Dravid and Ganguly to Find India's New Coach International Business Times India, 3 days ago
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ICC set to dispense batting powerplay

After a World Cup of record scores by individuals and teams earlier this year, the ICC's Cricket Committee has recommended the batting powerplay be removed and two other tweaks to rules which currently restrict the fielding team. Under the ...
 Bdnews24.com3 days ago 20/05/2015: SPORT: ICC to alter 50-over game rules  Cape Times E-dition2 days ago New rules for ODIs  NOW!3 days ago ICC to scrap batting powerplay  Cape Times3 days ago
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ICC president quits over World Cup trophy giving row

International Cricket Council (ICC) president Mustafa Kamal resigned on Wednesday, protesting against not being allowed to present the World Cup trophy and calling it a "flagrant violation" of the world body's constitution.The ICC confirmed Kamal's resignatio ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Kamal in city as an invitee  Calcutta Telegraph12 hours ago Mustafa Kamal quits as ICC president after World Cup snub  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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ICC World Cup: BCCI allows WAGs to accompany Team India cricketers

The Indian cricket team has been rewarded for making it to the quarter-finals of the ICC World Cup 2015 as BCCI on Monday allowed Wives & Girlfriends (WAGs) to accompany the players. Prior to the World Cup, BCCI had made it clear that wives and girlfriends ...
 Zee News2 months ago India to Play 11 T20 International Matches ahead of ICC T20 WC 2016  International Business Times India22 hours ago Full-strength Indian side pleases Tigers  Dhaka Tribune16 hours ago BCCI to arrange Nepali national team training  Kathmandu Post1 day ago

'World Cup showed imbalance between bat and ball'

Iain O'Brien and Ajit Agarkar discuss the ICC cricket committee's proposals On allowing five fielders outside the 30-yard circle for the last ten overs and removing the batting Powerplay. Iain O'Brien: The two catchers rule is interesting but I don't have ...
 ESPN Cricinfo2 days ago Batting powerplay faces axe  Sky Sports3 days ago IPL8: Emotions, eyesores, and things besides cricket  NewsR.in3 days ago ICC bid to restore ODI bat-ball balance  FoxSports.com.au3 days ago
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International Business Times India

ICC Refuses to Appoint Officials for Zimbabwe Tour of Pakistan

File Photo: Zimbabwe cricket team during World Cup. The ICC today informed the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) that it will not be appointing its match officials for the upcoming series between the two countries owing to ...
 NDTV5 days ago We are going to Pakistan, Zimbabwe tells ICC  Daily Times4 days ago Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Live Streaming and TV Information: Watch 1st T20I Live  International Business Times India5 hours ago Confusion over Zim's Pakistan tour  New Zimbabwe.com1 week ago
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Haddin slammed for sledging Kiwi batsmen in World Cup final

Brad Haddin of Australia smiles as he walks past Luke Ronchi of New Zealand during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup final at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin has been slammed on social media for sledging a couple of New Zealand batsmen while sending them back to the pavilion following their dismissal during their World Cup win over Brendon McCullum's men on Sunday. Sledger-in-chief Haddin was seen giving a few ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Brad Haddin quits ODIs  Zimbabwe Herald4 days ago Australia lauded for World Cup win  Jagran Post1 month ago Brad Haddin Announced Retirement  The News Tribe4 days ago
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Harbhajan earns recall to Indian test team

Wednesday, May 20, 2015 India's Harbhajan Singh looks on during a net session before ICC Cricket World Cup Group B match against the West Indies in Chennai March 18, 2011. REUTERS/Philip Brown/Files Wednesday, May 20, 2015 India's ...
 Reuters India2 days ago

In search of a better balance, ICC cricket committee plans to scrap batting powerplay

In all 38 hundreds were made during the 2015 World Cup, the most in a single edition. It included two doubles hundreds — Martin Guptill 237 not out and Chris Gayle's 215. Inthe aftermath of the run-fest that was witnessed at the ICC World Cup in ...
 Indian Express3 days ago

Storyboard: Youtube's list of top trending ads

Youtube released the list of the top ads for the quarter ending March. Given that the ICC Cricket World Cup was the big event of the quarter it is not surprising to note that ads that were released during and around the tournament dominate that list. Watch ...
 Money Control6 days ago
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