Kibaki

  • Repay us for stolen school funds: UK to Kenya 23-06-2011 09:41 AM

    Nairobi: Revelations that $45 million meant to pay for elementary students education was stolen is turning into political poison in Kenya, where activists on Wednesday locked themselves in the education minister's offices to demand his arrest. The UK, a major donor to Kenya, told the government that the portion of...
  • Violence continues in Kenya, 20 killed 19-01-2008 09:40 AM

    Indian cricketers were gifted gold-plated bats during a promotional event in Mumbai. ...
  • Odinga supporters, police clash in Kenya, 12 killed 17-01-2008 01:06 PM

    Lahore: Having apparently learnt a lesson from the spot-fixing scandal that rocked Pakistan cricket, the PCB on Wednesday issued tough registration guidelines for player agents, requiring them clearance at multiple levels if they want to represent cricketers. The new Agents Regulations, 2010 will be immediately applicable to all persons wishing...
  • Former UN secy-gen, Annan to mediate in Kenya 11-01-2008 05:59 PM

    New Delhi: Top Indian batsman Gautam Gambhir on Monday described his knock of 97 in the World Cup final against Sri Lanka as the most important innings of his career though it was not the best. Gambhir top-scored with a gutsy 97 from 122 balls which set up the historic...
  • Kenya prez polls loser alleges foul play 02-01-2008 12:13 AM

    Pallekele: Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi on Monday patted his team-mates for their all-round show in the seven-wicket win over Zimbabwe to qualify for the quarterfinals of the 10th ICC cricket World Cup. "I think we started very well, (Umar) Gul and (Abdul) Razzaq started very well, and then the spinners....
  • '50 burnt in church' as Kenya violence spreads 01-01-2008 11:15 PM

    Chennai: England off-spinner Graeme Swann termed the lengthy ICC schedule as "ludicrous" but refused to use it as an excuse for their poor show in the tournament so far. "Most of the other teams in the world shared the ludicrous schedule that we did. We can't say that we were...
  • Kenya poll violence continues, 100 dead 31-12-2007 08:47 PM

    Johannesburg: South African media on Sunday lauded the collective effort of their national team in its thrilling World Cup victory over India even while saluting Sachin Tendulkar for his "elegant" ton. Headlined 'Proteas breathe at last', daily Sunday Times praised the "remarkable team effort in alien, even hostile conditions." "South...