Spot Fixing: Court rejects cricketer’s plea

London: The Court of Appeal rejected Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Amir’s appeal against their sentences for spot fixing. Rejecting the challenges

Former cricket captain Wadekar honoured

Mumbai: Former India captain Ajit Wadekar will be honoured with the Col C.K. Nayudu Lifetime Achievement trophy at the annual Indian Cricket Board awards

India beat West Indies by an inning and 15 runs

Kolkatta: India surged to an innings and 15-run win over West Indies on day four at Eden Gardens. Beginning the day on 195 or 3 – or, more importantly, 283

SA beat Australia by 8 wickets

Cape Town: South Africa beat Australia by eight wickets on day three of the first Test at Newlands on Friday to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series. South Africa

My biggest regret was falling out with Sachin: Greg Chappell

New Delhi: India’s controversial former cricket coach Greg Chappell claims the biggest regret of his tumultuous three-year stint there

Dont pressurize Sachin: Dhoni

New Delhi: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday asked the media not to put any pressure on Sachin Tendulkar for his 100th international century which was “round the corner”. Peoples’ expectations from him are as high as Mount Everest, Dhoni said adding that the media was also putting pressure on him

India wins test cricket against West Indies

New Delhi: India registered their first win in seven Tests. Anchoring the chase was Sachin Tendulkar, who overtook Rahul Dravid as the leading run-getter in chases, and

Sachin, world’s first cricketer to make 15,000 runs

New Delhi: Sachin completed 15,000 runs in Test cricket during his knock in India’s second inning on Day 3 of the first Test against the West Indies at the Feroz Shah

Spot fixing: Pak players sentenced to jail

London: Southwark Crown Court that found Pakistan cricket captain Salman Butt guilty of spot fixing against England has sentenced him to 30 months in prison

PAK cricketers Butt, Asif found guilty of ‘spot- fixing’

London: Pakistan’s two star players, former captain, Salman Butt, and fast bowler Mohammad Asif, were found guilty of “spot-fixing” and were convicted at