Amlan Chakraborty

Yuvraj’s all-round show fashions India’s win

Yuvraj Singh's all-round performance set up India's 80-run victory over West Indies in the final World Cup Group B match on Sunday.

Australia beaten at last, Bangladesh bow out

Pakistan snapped Australia's unbeaten run and South Africa broke 162-million Bangladeshi hearts by shoving the co-hosts out.

England beat Windies to keep alive World Cup hopes

England kept themselves in the hunt for a quarterfinal place in the World Cup with a thrilling 18-run victory over West Indies on Thursday.

England’s Swann fined for offensive language

Spinner Graeme Swann has been fined 10% match fee for using offensive language during England's two-wicket defeat by Bangladesh.

England pip SA in low-scoring thriller

A resilient England produced an amazing comeback to pip a shell-shocked South Africa by six runs in a low-scoring World Cup thriller on Sunday.

England set South Africa 172 for victory

England could not recover from a dreadful start and folded for 171 in 45.4 overs in a World Cup Group B match against South Africa on Sunday.

De Villiers fit for England showdown

South Africa skipper Graeme Smith on Saturday declared in-form batsman AB De Villiers fit for Sunday's World Cup Group B match against England.

Pacemen hold key in Australia-Sri Lanka match

Pacemen are expected to determine the outcome of Saturday's World Cup Group A match featuring Australia and Sri Lanka in Colombo.

De Villiers powers South Africa to easy victory

AB de Villiers' unbeaten 107 powered South Africa to a seven-wicket victory over the West Indies in a World Cup Group B match on Thursday.

New Zealand crush Kenya for a perfect start

New Zealand crushed Kenya by 10 wickets in a grossly lop-sided Group A match for a perfect start to their World Cup campaign on Sunday.

Organisers confident of safe World Cup

There is a growing feeling that the spectre of terror no longer stalks the Cricket World Cup in the subcontinent like it did 15 years ago.

India vows to ready Games Village

India promised to clean up the athletes' housing for the Games by Wednesday as authorities scrambled to fix a big hurdle facing the beleaguered event.

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