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England's Len Hutton out- Obstructing the Field

By A.C. De Silva Obstructing the field: The first Test batsman to be dismissed for "Obstructing the Field in a Test Match is Len Hutton in the Test match for England against South Africa at the Oval, Kennington, Surrey, England on Saturday - 18th ... Sunday Observer, 1 month ago

Nothing wrong with "selling" the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) 1 Michael J.K. Bokor, Ph.D.

Folks, the removal of William Hutton-Mensah as Managing Director of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) and his re-assignment to the Ministry of Power/Energy by President Mahama has provoked some kind of public discourse and angered a ...
 Modern Ghana2 weeks ago Nothing wrong with selling the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG)  VibeGhana.com2 weeks ago Nothing wrong with "selling" ECG  GhanaWeb2 weeks ago

The Phillips Collection showcases Jacob Lawrence's "Struggle ... From the History of the American People"

Elizabeth Lubben, 202-387-2151 x235 [email protected] STRUGGLE … FROM THE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE Washington, DC-The Phillips Collection announced today an upcoming exhibition of works by preeminent artist Jacob Lawrence. Produced between ...
 Noodls2 days ago

Brian Lara delighted fans wherever he played

By A.C De Silva Think of a smile, in cricket; who else can it be - Brian Lara of course. He is someone of a genius and at a certain time he was a genius in the game of cricket. Lara, in his hey days, was a human barometre of West Indian cricket ...
 Sunday Observer5 days ago
Miami Herald

Messi scores 3rd hat trick in 4 games in Barca win

With his third hat trick in four games, Lionel Messi reached yet another scoring milestone for Barcelona on Sunday. The Argentina star passed the 400-goal mark for his club with three goals in its 5-1 comeback victory over derby rival Espanyol, ...
 Miami Herald1 week ago Messi Scores 3rd Hat Ttrick in 4 Games as Barca win  New Indian Express1 week ago

Why Mahama Sacked EGC Boss

By Cletus Abaare President John Dramani Mahama last week set Ghanaians in an unending suspense when he flexed his executive muscle on the country's most criticised energy sector by showing the Managing Director of the Electricity Company of Ghana ...
 GhanaWeb2 weeks ago

Four momentous decades on, Pakistan's Qamar 410 not out but still going strong

Sharjah: Qamar Ahmed, one of the most respected cricket writers and commentators, has become only the third person to have reported over 400 Test matches, a feat which he has accomplished in a career spanning over four momentous decades. Only two ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago
Firstpost.com

Phillip Hughes death: latest

MCC President David Morgan, who watched Hughes Test debut in South Africa, said: This devastating loss has shocked the cricket world, and on behalf of MCC I offer our condolences to his family and friends. I well remember his first series in ...
 ACQ Magazine3 weeks ago Phillip Hughes demise is a tragedy but cricket is still a safe game  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Phillip Hughes death is tragic but cricket is still a safe game  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Pray for Phillip Hughes but don't fear the game of cricket  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Helmets have made batsmen feel impregnable

Most of my career I batted on uncovered pitches without a helmet. This taught me how important it was to have a good technique and courage against fast bowling. Why? Because you required judgment of what to leave, when to duck and when to play the ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Helmets are no guarantee  Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago Helmets make modern-day batsmen feel impregnable  Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago Helmets make batsmen feel impregnable  Canberra Times3 weeks ago

Helmets make batsmen careless: Boycott

English great Geoffrey Boycott has joined the chorus of support for Phillip Hughes but believes helmets have made batsmen "more carefree and careless". The legendary opener claimed he was lucky to have played the majority of his career without a ...
 Yahoo!Xtra3 weeks ago
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