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Don’t punish Men’s team, ex-Afghanistan Women’s Cricket chief pleads

Don’t punish Men’s team, ex-Afghanistan Women’s Cricket chief pleads

Kabul: Asking the International cricketers to extend their support to Afghanistan’s men’s team, the former director of the women’s side, Tuba Sangar, urged them not punish male sport-persons by boycotting matches with them even though the Taliban bars women from playing. Tuba, who had fled the country for Canada shortly

India didn’t respect Test cricket: Ex-England cricketer Paul Newman

India didn’t respect Test cricket: Ex-England cricketer Paul Newman

Former English cricketer Paul Newman did not shy away from firing shots at the IPL, Indian cricketers and the BCCI after the fifth Test against England in Manchester was cancelled due to Covid-19 fears in the Indian camp. India’s assistant physio Yogesh Parmar tested positive for Covid-19 on the eve

Virat Kohli to quit T20 & ODI captaincy after T20 World Cup: Report

Virat Kohli to quit T20 & ODI captaincy after T20 World Cup: Report

New Delhi: A big announcement to be made soon in the world of cricket as India’s all format captain, Virat Kohli, is reportedly to quit T20 and ODI captaincy, while, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma will takeover. Kohli will quit as India’s white-ball captain right after the T20 World Cup and IPL’s

India v/s Eng Manchester 5th test called off confirms ECB

India v/s Eng Manchester 5th test called off confirms ECB

Manchester,UK: The fifth and final Test between India and England in Manchester set to start on Friday (September 10) has now been called off, the England Cricket Board (ECB) announced. The development comes on the back of intense discussions between the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and

Australia is set to scrap Afghan test, if Taliban bans women’s cricket

Australia is set to scrap Afghan test, if Taliban bans women’s cricket

Australia: Australia’s cricket board said on Thursday that it will scrap a planned test match against the Afghanistan men’s team if the Asian country’s Taliban rulers do not allow women to play the sport. Australian broadcaster SBS quoted a Taliban representative as saying he did not think women would be