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If other players can wear 'Help for Heroes', why ca'nt Moeen A...

By Dileep Premachandran Tommy Smith and John Carlos with the Black Power Salute at the Olympic Games in Mexico in 1968. Muhammad Ali's refusal to be drafted - "I ain't got no quarrel with them Viet Cong." Carlos Delgado, the baseball player, ... Economic Times, 4 weeks ago

Lord's Cricket Ground: The mecca of cricket

It's about 10.30 in the morning and the St John's Wood tube station is closed in the direction away from Lord's. Stewards outside are repeatedly making announcements regretting the inconvenience caused to prospective passengers. The reason: too many ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Keith Miller hit the biggest six at Lord's

by Going up in the air .... The great Keith Miller - the Australian cricket star of many years ago, was in the habit of making big hits when he was at the wickets with his bat. Keith Miller, did this before he came into the Australian Test match ...
 Sunday Observer5 days ago

C of E cricketers limber up for match

THE Church of England team to play the Vatican XI has been selected. Our advertisements for likely players have been answered, the odd gap has been filled, and the chosen few have been enjoined to spend their summer in healthful pursuits, in ...
 ChurchTimes1 week ago
Times Higher Education Supplement

Italian Venice: A History, by R. J. B. Bosworth

Despite popular wisdom, time did not stop in the Most Serene Republic after all, says Kate Ferris Francis Fukuyama may have (erroneously) dated the end of history to be 1989, but many others had already decided that the history of a small watery ...
 Times Higher Education Supplement2 weeks ago

England v India: 4th Test day two as it happened

Key points - Play abandoned at 17:40 BST - Rain came at 14:15 with Eng 237-6 - Wet outfield prevented resumption - Last wkt: Moeen (13) - Eng 170-6 - India first innings 152 - Day two of fourth Test at Old Trafford Join the ...
 BBC3 weeks ago
Sri Lanka Daily News

When Henricus won gold for the country

It was Royal College pugilist A.B. Hendricus who won the first Gold for Sri Lankan then known as Ceylon, in the Empire Games competition of 1938, which was for the first time the country participated and this pugilist made our country proud. His ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News4 weeks ago

Ton-up Root helps put England ahead

Yorkshire's Joe Root and Lancashire's James Anderson rode roughshod over the record books with the highest 10th-wicket stand in Test history on a surreal fourth morning against India. The pair batted serenely for the entire opening session as they ...
 ITV.com1 month ago

London benches honour classic books

Park benches are a very familiar sight in London, but now they are being used to celebrate literary classics from Wind In The Willows to Stormbreaker. A total of 50 benches have been painted by various artists and designed to resemble open books, ...
 Irish Independent1 month ago

In letter and spirits: Some of the greatest writers were too fond of the bottle, but they managed to keep their vision alive

The writer as alcoholic is one of the romantic images of the craft. Authors themselves have perpetrated this, with many claiming it is necessary to drink in order to work. Perhaps dentists and truck drivers feel the same way too, but there is no ...
 DNA India1 month ago In letter and spirits  DNA India1 month ago
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