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  • McCullum and Co. played their heart out in the World Cup, says Chris Harris 2 hours 33 minutes ago

    Hailing McCullum and company for playing their hearts out, former Kiwi all-rounder Harris said the current team of players can carry on for 4-5 years. ...
  • Hawk-Eye goal-line technology headed for Women's World Cup 2 hours 46 minutes ago

    Zurich: FIFA says it will use Hawk-Eye to rule on goal-line decisions at the Women's World Cup in Canada. The British camera-based system to track the ball's position is already used in the Premier League. It was developed in tennis and cricket. FIFA says Hawk-Eye will first be tested at the six...
  • Brendon McCullum joins Birmingham Bears T20 Blast squad 3 hours 7 minutes ago

    London: Birmingham Bears have pulled off a major coup by signing New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum to help retain their NatWest T20 Blast title. McCullum, whose runs as opening batsman helped the Black Caps reach the Cricket World Cup Final, has agreed to a seven-match deal with the Bears. The 33-year-old, recognised...
  • BCCI must address issue of player burnout: Venkatapathy Raju 6 hours 2 minutes ago

    Kolkata: Taking into consideration the Indian cricket team's grueling international schedule, former national selector Venkatapathy Raju today said the BCCI must address the issue of player burnout and should have a back-up team of bowlers. The 2011 ODI world champions had a dream run in the just concluded edition of the...
  • Australian keeper Brad Haddin apologises for radio comments 6 hours 29 minutes ago

    Melbourne: Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has said it was never his intention to offend anyone during a radio interview after Sunday's World Cup victory. Australia defeated New Zealand in the World Cup final on Sunday at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). Haddin spoke with a Sydney radio station on Monday after...
  • With analytics, cricket means more fun, more business: Educomp IT Head Somnath Mukherjee 7 hours 4 minutes ago

    New Delhi: There's no denying the fact that the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 was one of the most digitally-advanced cricket tournament of all time. Leveraging analytical capabilities, the World Cup 2015 was truly a fan-friendly affair, as analytics helped cricket lovers enjoy the ease in which they received live score...
  • Sponsored: Can social sentiment analytics drive enterprise insights? 7 hours 9 minutes ago

    New Delhi: On March 7, 2015, at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, the South Africa vs Pakistan match at the Cricket World Cup 2015 captured the attention of a global audience. The high tension match kept fans on the edge of their seats until Pakistan achieved victory thanks to...
  • Sponsored: Big Data: The future of world class cricket 7 hours 17 minutes ago

    New Delhi: The world we live in generates over 5 million gigabytes of data daily and the need to unravel it is becoming increasingly critical. Within an organisation, one estimate by market researcher IDC states that data doubles every 18 months. Indeed the entire world's data doubles every two years. Clearly,...
  • Sponsored: How IBM Social Sentiment Analytics delivered deep insights from Cricket World Cup noise 7 hours 22 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Social Sentiment Analysis is becoming a critical technology for businesses to understand customer sentiment. IBM used this science in the sporting arena in the recently concluded ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 where as part of its innovative Score With Data campaign IBM Social Media Analytics examined social discussion...
  • Sponsored: How IBM transformed Twitter experience for Cricket World Cup 7 hours 28 minutes ago

    New Delhi: The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is just over. Besides the matches and the cricket, one highlight was IBM's Score With Data (@scorewithdata) campaign which transformed the premier cricketing event for fans as they gained never before insights into cricket, thanks to IBM's cutting-edge technologies. Twitterati Speaks is...
  • Sponsored: How IBM transformed Twitter experience for World Cup 2015 7 hours 38 minutes ago

    The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is just over. Besides the matches and the cricket, one highlight was IBM's Score With Data (@scorewithdata) campaign which transformed the premier cricketing event for fans as they gained never before insights into cricket, thanks to IBM's cutting-edge technologies. Twitterati Speaks is one key...
  • Sponsored - How IBM Social Sentiment Analytics delivered deep insights from Cricket World Cup noise 7 hours 44 minutes ago

    Social Sentiment Analysis is becoming a critical technology for businesses to understand customer sentiment. IBM used this science in the sporting arena in the recently concluded ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 where as part of its innovative Score With Data campaign IBM Social Media Analytics examined social discussion around teams,...
  • Sponsored - Big Data - The Future of World Class Cricket 7 hours 49 minutes ago

    The world we live in generates over 5 million gigabytes of data daily and the need to unravel it is becoming increasingly critical. Within an organisation, one estimate by market researcher IDC states that data doubles every 18 months. Indeed the entire world's data doubles every two years. Clearly, Big...
  • Sponsored: Can Social Sentiment Analytics Drive Enterprise Insights 7 hours 50 minutes ago

    On March 7, 2015, at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, the South Africa vs Pakistan match at the Cricket World Cup 2015 captured the attention of a global audience. The high tension match kept fans on the edge of their seats until Pakistan achieved victory thanks to some masterful...
  • With analytics, cricket means more fun, more business, says Educomp IT Head Somnath Mukherjee 7 hours 57 minutes ago

    There's no denying the fact that the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 was one of the most digitally-advanced cricket tournament of all time. Leveraging analytical capabilities, the World Cup 2015 was truly a fan-friendly affair, as analytics helped cricket lovers enjoy the ease in which they received live score and...
  • ICC World Cup 2015: CricketNext's World Cup XI 8 hours 4 minutes ago

    The ICC Cricket World Cup saw a lot of moments to savour with players coming up with some match-changing moments. At the end of two and a half months, Australia are once again at the top of the world as they got the better of a hapless New Zealand side...
  • From veteran Sangakkara to the unknown Shenwari: The surprise packages of World Cup 2015 8 hours 27 minutes ago

    This World Cup will be remembered for its milestones. Two ODI double hundreds, two 400-plus scores by a team, 38 centuries and the most watched World Cup ever. The pool stage matches had better contests than the knockouts and the event which was expected to provide bowling-friendly conditions was once...
  • New Zealand’s inexperience was a contributing factor to World Cup final loss 8 hours 31 minutes ago

    From the outset, most people, including myself, had picked Australia and New Zealand as the two teams most likely to win the 2015 World Cup. Both teams were successful over the last six weeks of competition and for them to clash in the final of the tournament then was a...
  • Team India need a bigger pool of fast bowlers: Prasanna 9 hours 43 minutes ago

    The Indian bowling was a pleasant surprise in the recent cricket World Cup but a bigger pool of genuine fast bowlers and spinners needs to be created for the team to be a consistent force in the future, feels the legendary E Prasanna. The bowling department copped serious criticism in the...
  • Virat Kohli's work ethics are second to none, says Ravi Shastri 9 hours 56 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Defending an under-fire Virat Kohli, Indian cricket Team Director Ravi Shastri on Monday said the swashbuckling batsman's ordinary run in the World Cup had nothing to do with his actress-girlfriend Anushka Sharma's presence and to call it that is "utter nonsense". "If it was so, Virat wouldn't have got...
  • Daniel Vettori thanks New Zealand for letting him play 5 World Cups 11 hours 25 minutes ago

    Veteran left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori, the most capped ODI player for New Zealand, on Monday bid adieu to the 50-over format, completely ending an 18-year career in the game during which he won plaudits for being an inspiring leader. The 36-year-old, whose ODI future was a subject of speculation at the...
  • Rohit no ball to Kohli's anger: controversies that marred World Cup 2015 12 hours 34 minutes ago

    The ICC World Cup 2015 came to a close with Australia thumping co-hosts New Zealand by seven wickets in the final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. While the eleventh edition of cricketing extravaganza was a successful one but on the other end it had its own share of...
  • World Cup 2015: The rule changes have been good for the game 13 hours 11 minutes ago

    When you look back at this World Cup I am sure it will be remember for the TV pictures sent around the world. The two host countries New Zealand and Australia, and some of the grounds and its settings, were just fantastic. This tournament is by far the most watched...
  • Virat Kohli steady at fourth, Dhawan rises to sixth in ICC rankings 13 hours 28 minutes ago

    Dubai: A lacklustre World Cup performance notwithstanding, Virat Kohli remained the highest-placed Indian batsman at fourth even as Shikhar Dhawan rose a rung to sixth in the latest ICC ODI rankings issued on Tuesday. Apart from Kohli and Dhawan, Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the other Indian batsman to be...
  • Daniel Vettori confirms international cricket retirement 14 hours 9 minutes ago

    New Zealand left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori confirmed what many expected in announcing his retirement from international cricket upon the team's return from the World Cup on Tuesday. The 36-year-old former captain had been widely expected to retire from international cricket at the conclusion of New Zealand's involvement in the tournament. New Zealand...
  • Racial quotas controversy re-emerges in South African sport 14 hours 14 minutes ago

    Cape Town: Did South Africa's cricket team dropped a white player and replaced him with an injured black player for a World Cup semi-final match to make their lineup more racially acceptable? The question has revived an uncomfortable conversation over race and change in South African sport, where the two most...
  • World Cup Exclusive: Bring back the old ODI rules 15 hours 20 minutes ago

    On papers Australia were the best team and they won the World Cup 2015 in style. But I would say the tournament was not the greatest of a World Cup tournament because there were not many close matches. Except the New Zealand vs Australia in Auckland and New Zealand vs South Africa,...
  • When did the Eiffel Tower open to the public? March 31, 1889 16 hours 0 minutes ago

    New Delhi: A symbol of love, an architectural achievement, and one of the world's wonders- Eiffel Tower- built in 1889 has come to serve as an identity for Paris, the very place where the magnificent steel tower rests. Must see: When did the Eiffel Tower open to the public? Watch this...