West Indian legend Garry Sobers says India's Gupte was the finest leggie of all time
In what may be his last tour to India, skipper Ponting is keen to improve on his poor average here
An e mail from Athletics Australia advising athletes to exercise "increasing caution because of high risk of terrorist attack on next month's Commonwealth Games" is causing fear among its team members
With British police and ICC investigations into allegations of involvement in betting by three Pakistani cricketers continuing, International Cricket Council chief executive Haroon Lorgat has advocated legalis...
As details of the sensational betting scandal concerning the Pakistan cricket team continue to make front page headlines on a daily basis, the role of a suspected Mumbai-based gangster, linked to illegal India...
Brother Ashraf says Amir should not be shown leniency if found guilty
A suspected Mumbai gangster with links to illegal bookmakers allegedly approached Australian cricketers during the tour of England last year
Investigations by The Australian newspaper reveal that alleged match-fixer Majeed was with the pakistan players during the Australia tour and was allowed access to their hotel rooms
Former Australian Test players Glenn McGrath, Matthew Hayden and Andrew Symonds were the worst behaved during his Test career, according to South African Rudy Koertzen, who retired recently
Pacer Johnson reveals Australia have started practising with SG balls to prepare for the two-test series in India
Golfer Arjun Atwal, who created history yesterday when becoming the first Indian to win on the US PGA tour in the Wyndham Championship, has given credit to his Australian coach Dale Lynch.
Australia's star cricketer Brett Lee Australian fast bowler Brett Lee, he with the blonde poster boy looks, appears set to capitalise upon his popularity in India
Aus Commonwealth Games Association chief executive Perry Crosswhite feels the issue of unprepared venues in Delhi is blown out of proportion
Firing her latest acerbic salvo to a Sydney tabloid, Fraser lent her voice to the mounting chorus of prophets of gloom, urging Australian athletes to withdraw from the Games.
Even though the Ashes is more than three months away, Australia skipper Ricky Ponting has started the war of words
In a move condemned by some Muslim groups here, a British Member of Parliament yesterday said he will refuse to hold meetings with Muslim women wearing full Islamic dress at his constituency surgery unless the...
Given his volatile temperament, it's difficult to verify the veracity of the reason given by Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi for his sudden re-retirement from Test cricket after Pakistan's comprehensive 150-run...
The sizeable crowd returning home after witnessing the engrossing proceedings at Lord's between intermittent showers on Tuesday were blissfully unaware of the storm that was then raging in the Pakistani dressi...
Is there more than meets the eye in the seemingly commendable decision of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) to sponsor the ongoing Australia-Pakistan Spirit of Cricket Test series on so-called 'neutral' territ...
By overlooking the Ponting-Aamer clash, has match referee Broad once again shown his prejudice and partiality over pigmentation?
After France, now the English feel growing pressure to prohibit the wearing of the full Islamic veil
The age-old puzzle that has stumped scientists and philosophers for generations has finally been cracked
Tiger Woods said he is attempting to "become a better person" but refused to confirm reports that divorce from his wife Elin, the mother of his two young children, had already been finalised.
With the first 'neutral' cricket Test match in England in 98 years, now being played between Australia and Pakistan at Lord's, delayed yesterday morning because of a light drizzle, poor light and a damp outfie...
On the eve of today's Australia-Pakistan Test match at Lord's, Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi insisted that his team has solved its disciplinary problems and will go into the match as a "united force, confiden...
Former asylum seekers live in Rs 147-crore five-bedroom spread in London -- costing taxpayers a whopping Rs 5.6 lakh a month
The score in their ODI series level at 1-1 after their first-ever defeat against Bangladesh...
Decision to stone two Iranian women to death for adultery evokes worldwide condemnation
So what if the England football team's performance in the current World Cup was so conspicuously pathetic that even its most loyal fans have ridiculed it
Serena Williams strides the tennis world like a female Colossus, but she's gracious enough to acknowledge that she couldn't come out trumps over any man in the world tennis top 100.