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Lalit Modi named three CSK players in fixing

Lalit Modi named three CSK players in fixing

NEW DELHI: Former chairman and founder of Indian Premier League (IPL) Lalit Modi has claimed Saturday that three Chennai Super Kings’ players are involved in match-fixing case. Modi in a tweet on Saturday said that two Indian players Suresh Raina, RAvindra Jadeja and one West Indian player Dwayne Bravo have been taking bribes from an


Wambach celebrates gay marriage day with a win

OTTAWA: When The United States Women Football Team on Friday celebrated a victory over China to advance to the semifinals at the Women’s World Cup,  its forward Abby Wambach had other reasons to smile.


FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 enters final stage; facts revealed

TORONTO:  FIFA Women’s World Cup is entering final stages in Canada with only 8 matches to go out of 52 matches scheduled between 24 teams in Six Groups. Canada, China PR, Netherlands and New Zealand form Group A; Germany, Norway, Thailand and Cote D’ivoire formed Group B; Japan, Cameron, Switzerland and Exuador formed Group C;


 Sangakkara to retire after second India Test       

COLOMBO: Legendary Sri Lankan batsman and former captain Kumar Sangakkara on Saturday, publicly announced his retirement from international cricket after the second Test against India.

Appreciation from Shane Warne encouraged me a lot |

Appreciation from Shane Warne encouraged me a lot; Yasir Shah

COLOMBO – The emerging leg spinner of Pakistan, Yasir Shah, said on Saturday, that appreciation from Shane Warne encouraged me a lot.