• Bangalore's new international airport far away February 11, 2008

    Sydney: Australian speedster Brett Lee feels the introduction of Justin Langer, Steve Rixon and Craig McDermott in the coaching support staff has made a big difference in the team. "I think with what I have seen over the past couple of weeks that Australian cricket is in a great place...
  • Bangalore slams airport plan, airs worries instead February 9, 2008

    Dubai: Indian women's cricket team's medium pacer Snehal Pradhan has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action after the first one-dayer against England in Derby. "The medium-pace bowler was reported by on-field umpires Jeff Evans and Graham Lloyd at the conclusion of the first ODI between England and India,...
  • Bangalore student's death in US still a mystery February 8, 2008

    Bridgetown: West Indies coach Ottis Gibson feels the struggling batting line-up of the hosts can rise to the occasion if India are generous enough to give them an achievable target on the final day of the second Test here on Saturday. India ended day four at 229 for three in...
  • New road to water shortage for Bangalore February 6, 2008

    Wellington: Former New Zealand cricket captain Daniel Vettori, the world's top-ranked limited overs bowler, announced Saturday he is taking an indefinite break from the short game to prolong his Test career. The 32-year-old, who is also ranked ninth among the world's leading ODI all-rounders, said he may return in time...
  • 'Golden Chariot' to take you on a dreamy voyage February 2, 2008

    Melbourne: Cricket Australia should not have stopped at just veteran batsman Simon Katich while axing 30-somethings from its list of contracted players, feels spin legend Shane Warne. The 35-year-old Katich's dropping from the list has prompted strong reactions from a lot of former players, who believe that the veteran left-hander...
  • No visa for Bahraini woman after 2 decades in India January 21, 2008

    Karachi: Former captain Imran Khan believes Pakistan cricket needs a revolution following a series of setbacks in recent years. The all-rounder told reporters that corruption in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and nepotism in selection were the biggest hurdles facing the game. Imran, who led Pakistan to the 1992 World...
  • Youth hits Deve Gowda's vehicle, commits suicide January 11, 2008

    New Delhi: Sacked IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi has appealed to the Ministry of External Affairs against its decision to revoke his passport for alleged foreign exchange violations. His lawyer Mehmood Abdi told PTI that his client had filed an appeal before the Chief Passport Officer challenging revocation of his passport...
  • Disabled artist comes to India seeking true parents January 8, 2008

    Cricket experts, including Imran Khan and Anil Kumble, analyse the strengths and weaknesses of the two WC semifinalists. ...
  • Bangalore to get metro rails by 2011 December 27, 2007

    CNN-IBN's cricket experts discuss the clash of ICC's two Associate nations - Kenya and Canada. ...
  • Bangalore: 4-yr-old drowns in apartment complex pool December 24, 2007

    New Delhi: The English media has not left a stone unturned in tearing apart the English team and users on the social networking sites had interesting expressions to embarrass England for their shocking loss to neighbours Ireland in the World Cup on Wednesday. After scoring a massive 327, England were...
  • It's a Net loss for Bangalore's citizens December 20, 2007

    Bangalore: Senior Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar on Wednesday surprised everyone when he opted to bat left handed during the team's practice session at the M Chinnaswamy stadium. Indian cricket team, which has been camping here for their crucial Group 'B' league match against England on Sunday, had a rigorous batting...
  • It's a Net loss for Bangalore's citizens December 20, 2007

    Bangalore: Senior Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar on Wednesday surprised everyone when he opted to bat left handed during the team's practice session at the M Chinnaswamy stadium. Indian cricket team, which has been camping here for their crucial Group 'B' league match against England on Sunday, had a rigorous batting...
  • Students now grade professors at Bangalore Univ December 14, 2007

    Dhaka: Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has lots of reasons to look forward to the upcoming World Cup, having missed the previous edition due to a doping ban, and one of them is the possibility of a duel with Indian batting icon Sachin Tendulkar. We all know he is a great...
  • B'lore jail inmates pick up a new skill: Salsa! December 9, 2007

    Perth: Adam Voges scored an unbeaten 80 as Australia romped to a 6-1 series victory over England by comprehensively winning the 7th and final ODI by 57 runs at Perth on Sunday. Voges' second one-day 50 and his 95-run partnership with Hussey got the Australian innings back on track before...
  • Buildings in IT cities get legit tag, but citizens taxed December 6, 2007

    New Delhi: Swashbuckling batsman Virender Sehwag says playing to pumped up home crowds in packed stadiums motivates me as he prepares for the coming World Cup like he does for all matches - by creating a virtual stadium in my mind. There is no pressure playing in packed stadiums at...