NEW RULES

  • New one-day rules have slow bowlers in a spin: Afridi March 18, 2013

    Karachi: The new rules in one-day international cricket have made it difficult for slow bowlers, Pakistan's experienced legspinner Shahid Afridi said on Monday. The former Pakistan captain has 348 victims in 352 one-dayers but is without a wicket in the first three games in South Africa who lead the five-match series...
  • Fed Cup revises rules for dead matches February 7, 2013

    London: The fourth singles in a Fed Cup tie will be scrapped if a team has an unassailable 30 lead, under new rules brought in to make the competition "more playerfriendly." Under the ITF's revised dead rubber policy, the doubles will be brought forward and played instead of the fourth singles. Juan...
  • New rules to force automakers to double mileage August 29, 2012

    Washington: The Obama administration has finalised regulations that will force automakers to nearly double the average gas mileage of all new cars and trucks they sell by 2025. The rules mean that all new vehicles would have to get an average of 54.5 miles per gallon in 13 years, up from...
  • New ODI rules no problem, say SL, Pak coaches November 9, 2011

    Dubai: Rival coaches Geoff Marsh and Mohsin Khan said they were comfortable with the change in rules as Pakistan and Sri Lanka play under them for the first time in the opening daynight match on Friday. Teams will have to start the batting and bowling Powerplays at the beginning of any...
  • After PAN, get ready for 'tracking no December 26, 2006

    New Delhi: The Law Ministry has proposed a multipurpose national identity card with a unique tracking number in order to avoid the difficulties in the head count of electorate in view of sizeable migration. According to the minister, it was the mission of Election Commission to tag every eligible Indian with...