• Battle of Burgers: Nirula's set to take on McDonald's April 4, 2008

    Melbourne: Uncertain to play in the ongoing Test series against India, injured Australian all-rounder Shane Watson is not quite sure where he would fit in the team after coming back considering the impressive debut by Ed Cowan in the opening slot. It'll be interesting to see where I fit in,...
  • Battle of Burgers: Nirula's set to take on McDonald's April 4, 2008

    Melbourne: Uncertain to play in the ongoing Test series against India, injured Australian all-rounder Shane Watson is not quite sure where he would fit in the team after coming back considering the impressive debut by Ed Cowan in the opening slot. It'll be interesting to see where I fit in,...
  • Luxury brands find buyers beyond metros March 27, 2008

    Chandigarh: Punjab Cricket Association's Joint Secretary, G S Walia, has been appointed as media manager for the forthcoming India's tour to Australia. According to a communication received by the PCA from the BCCI on Wednesday, Walia would be joining the team at Chennai on December 10, two days before the...
  • Luxury brands find buyers beyond metros March 27, 2008

    Chandigarh: Punjab Cricket Association's Joint Secretary, G S Walia, has been appointed as media manager for the forthcoming India's tour to Australia. According to a communication received by the PCA from the BCCI on Wednesday, Walia would be joining the team at Chennai on December 10, two days before the...
  • Jeans are a part of the Indian gene March 14, 2008

    Sharjah: Fondly remembered as the 'oasis of cricket', the Sharjah stadium will reemerge on the international horizon with the staging of the third and final Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka starting from Thursday. From Javed Miandad's last-ball six to hat-tricks from legendary Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan and Pakistan's...
  • Jeans are a part of the Indian gene March 14, 2008

    Sharjah: Fondly remembered as the 'oasis of cricket', the Sharjah stadium will reemerge on the international horizon with the staging of the third and final Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka starting from Thursday. From Javed Miandad's last-ball six to hat-tricks from legendary Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan and Pakistan's...
  • BPTP bags Rs 5,000 crore Noida land deal March 12, 2008

    Dubai: Top international cricketers have thrown their weight behind the ICC T20I team and player rankings, which were officially launched on Monday, saying it will give more meaning to one-off matches and also provide the players a good chance to assess their game. Reigning ICC World Twenty20 champion England was...
  • BPTP bags Rs 5,000 crore Noida land deal March 12, 2008

    Dubai: Top international cricketers have thrown their weight behind the ICC T20I team and player rankings, which were officially launched on Monday, saying it will give more meaning to one-off matches and also provide the players a good chance to assess their game. Reigning ICC World Twenty20 champion England was...
  • Consumer goods sector unhappy with Budget March 4, 2008

    New Delhi: Injuries and bad form are likely to cause a major reshuffle in the Indian squad that will be picked later on Thursday when Kris Srikkanth & Co sit down alongside captain MS Dhoni and coach Duncan Fletcher to find a combination to beat England. The big news, though,...
  • Consumer goods sector unhappy with Budget March 4, 2008

    New Delhi: Injuries and bad form are likely to cause a major reshuffle in the Indian squad that will be picked later on Thursday when Kris Srikkanth & Co sit down alongside captain MS Dhoni and coach Duncan Fletcher to find a combination to beat England. The big news, though,...
  • Pepsico ties up with Punjab govt, farmers to benefit February 27, 2008

    London: England beat India by three wickets via D/L method in the rain-affected third ODI to take a 2-0 lead in the series after a rain delay revised their target to 218 in 43 overs here at the Kia Oval on Friday. It ultimately boiled down to England's depth in...
  • Pepsico ties up with Punjab govt, farmers to benefit February 27, 2008

    London: England beat India by three wickets via D/L method in the rain-affected third ODI to take a 2-0 lead in the series after a rain delay revised their target to 218 in 43 overs here at the Kia Oval on Friday. It ultimately boiled down to England's depth in...
  • Cola war: Will Akshay Kumar steal King Khan's thunder? February 19, 2008

    "India will have to start believing that they can win the Birmingham Test," says the cricket expert. ...
  • Cola war: Will Akshay Kumar steal King Khan's thunder? February 19, 2008

    "India will have to start believing that they can win the Birmingham Test," says the cricket expert. ...
  • India to get its first chain of discount malls soon January 31, 2008

    Port Of Spain: The controversial Umpire Decision Review System will not be in place in the forthcoming series between India and the West Indies after the BCCI has convinced its Caribbean counterparts against the use of technology during the entire tour. The implementation of UDRS in a bilateral series is...