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ICC readies pandemic backup plan for T20 World Cup

New Delhi - Cricket's governing body has a plan B in case the coronavirus pandemic prevents India from staging the Twenty20 World Cup this year, but is still months from a final decision, its interim chief Geoff Allardice said Wednesday.

India captain Kohli denounces racist abuse in Sydney Test

Sydney - India captain Virat Kohli has denounced as "absolutely unacceptable" the alleged racial abuse of the India team from sections of the crowd in the third Test against Australia in Sydney on Sunday.

IPL suspends major Chinese sponsor deal after border clash

New Delhi - The Indian Premier League on Thursday suspended a deal with its main sponsor, the Chinese phone maker Vivo, amid fallout from a deadly June border clash between the two countries.

Thousands of runners compete in smoggy Delhi half marathon

New Delhi - Thousands of runners brushed off health warnings Sunday to compete in the New Delhi half marathon, even as smog reached unhealthy levels in the world's most polluted major city.More than 34,000 runners hit the streets of the Indian capital for the 13.

Grandmaster in a flash: Indian prodigy chess champ at 12

New Delhi - A 12-year-old Indian boy described as "unstoppable" by his proud father has become the world's second youngest chess grandmaster ever.

No violent eSports at Olympics, says IOC chief

New Delhi - IOC chief Thomas Bach insisted Thursday that violent computer games would never be part of the Olympics as he faces growing pressure to allow eSports into the Olympic movement.

Cash-rich IPL gambles on return to 'spirit of cricket'

New Delhi - The billionaire Indian Premier League starts Saturday aiming to prove that it is about the "spirit of cricket" rather than success at all costs, after the banning of Steve Smith and David Warner over a Test cheating storm.

India dumps sari for trousers at Commonwealth Games ceremony

New Delhi - India's women athletes will for the first time wear trousers and a blazer instead of a traditional sari at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Australia, a move that has pitted reformers against traditionalists.

Pollution stops play in India-Sri Lanka Test in Delhi

New Delhi - Hazardous smog interrupted the third Test between India and Sri Lanka in New Delhi on Sunday, with players wearing face masks as air quality dipped in the world's most polluted capital city.

No country for old women: China refuses visa to elderly India runner

New Delhi - A 101-year-old Indian runner said Tuesday that China has refused to grant her a visa to participate in the Asian Masters Athletics Championships, robbing her of a potential medal.

Megabucks deal just the start, says IPL chairman

New Delhi - The Indian Premier League is expecting even higher returns in the years ahead after striking a bumper $2.55 billion broadcast deal to become one of the world's richest sports competitions.

India's 'Faith Runner' falters on the final straight

Mumbai - Tormented by blisters, illness and injuries, Indian ultra-marathoner Samir Singh got to within 36 kilometres of his goal of running 10,000km in 100 days when pain and exhaustion beat him.

No hurry as India's inspirational centenarian wins gold

Auckland - With a jaunty victory dance, 101-year-old Man Kaur celebrated winning the 100 metres sprint at the World Masters Games in Auckland on Monday, the 17th gold medal in the Indian athlete's remarkable late-blooming career.

England pick off Kohli early in first India Test

Rajkot - England snared two quick wickets including the key scalp of Indian skipper Virat Kohli as the hosts reached 411-6 at lunch on the penultimate day of the first Test on Saturday.

S.Lanka to field against India in World T20 final

Dhaka - Sri Lanka's stand-in captain Lasith Malinga won the toss in the World Twenty20 final in Dhaka on Sunday and sent India in to bat.

India, Sri Lanka set for intriguing World T20 final

Dhaka - Sri Lanka face a daunting test of nerves by a dominant India in Sunday's all-Asian World Twenty20 final in Dhaka that is rich with incentives for both teams.

India enter World Twenty20 semi-finals

Dhaka - India roared into the semi-finals of the World Twenty20 with a eight-wicket demolition of hosts Bangladesh in a Super-10 group two match in Dhaka on Friday.

India restrict West Indies to 129-7 in World T20

Dhaka - India's spinners shared six wickets as defending champions West Indies were kept down to 129-7 in the World Twenty20 Super-10 group two match in Dhaka on Sunday.Leg-spinner Amit Mishra claimed two for 18 in four overs, left-armer Ravindra Jadeja took t...

India put Pakistan in to bat in World Twenty20

Dhaka - Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and sent Pakistan in to bat in the opening match of the Super-10 round in the World Twenty20 in Dhaka on Friday.India went in with two specialist seamers, Bhuvaneshwar Kumar and Mohammad Shami, while Pak...

McCullum triple ton bats New Zealand to safety

Wellington - Brendon McCullum became the first New Zealander to score a Test triple century Tuesday as he led his side to a seemingly unbeatable position against India in the second Test.

Sharma's triple strike rocks New Zealand

Wellington - A fired-up Ishant Sharma claimed three wickets for one run as New Zealand sank to 51-4 by lunch on Friday, the first day of the second Test against India.After being sent into bat on a green Basin Reserve wicket, New Zealand progressed cautiously to 23...

International Olympic Committee lifts ban on India

New Delhi - The International Olympic Committee Tuesday reinstated India, allowing its athletes to compete under their own flag in Sochi, officials from both sides said."The ban has been lifted.

Probe implicates BCCI chief's relative in IPL betting: report

Delhi - A Supreme Court panel probing a match-fixing scandal in the Indian Premier League said Monday the son-in-law of Indian cricket chief N. Srinivasan was guilty of illegal betting on games, the Press Trust of India reported.

India struggle in reply to New Zealand's 503

Auckland - India were struggling at 130-4 after day two of the first Test against New Zealand, who posted a daunting 503-run first innings built on a double century by Brendon McCullum.

Double-ton New Zealand rule day one against India

Auckland - Centuries for Brendon McCullum and Kane Williamson lifted New Zealand off the ropes and into a position of command on the opening day of the first Test against India.

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