- TVS Apache stunt riders enters Asia Book of Records(18:10)
Bangalore, June 24 (IANS) TVS Apache, the motorcycle brand of TVS Motor Company, has set a new record for performing stunts at the highest altitude for the longest period of time to now enter the Asia Book of Records.
- Hardik not man enough to step into the ring with Lesnar: Heyman(18:02)
By Rohit Mundayur
New Delhi, June 24 (IANS) Paul Heyman has become one of the biggest names in the world of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) thanks primarily to a weapon that he is a master of -- words. Being the advocate of Brock Lesnar, a hugely popular name in India from the WWE stable, Heyman is well known in the country but his recent social media attack on Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh helped him and the WWE to cash in on the buzz around the 2019 ICC World Cup.
- Saini joins Indian camp as net bowler, no news yet on Bhuvi(17:54)
New Delhi, June 24 (IANS) Even as the Indian team management is yet to provide a fresh update on Bhuvneshwar Kumar's hamstring niggle -- suffered during the game against Pakistan -- Navdeep Saini flew in on Monday to join the Indian team in Manchester.
- Indian footballers praise Stimac's effort to improve fitness(16:34)
New Delhi, June 24 (IANS) The Indian senior football players, who assembled in Mumbai on Monday for the preparatory camp for the forthcoming Intercontinental Cup, reflected that their daily routine in the 14-day break included regular sessions to improve their fitness and ball play.
- IOC signs sponsorship deal with Coca-Cola(16:34)
Madrid, June 24 (IANS) The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Monday said it had signed sponsorship agreements with the Coca-Cola company and Chinas Mengniu Dairy Company starting from 2021 until 2032.
- Indian fan supporting 'neighbour' Pakistan wins hearts(15:50)
London, June 24 (IANS) A backlash from their fans had put them on the backfoot after the India game, but as Pakistan cruised towards victory against South Africa in their World Cup game at the Lord's on Sunday, they also found support from Indians fans.
- Finch happy with Australia's form ahead of England clash(15:44)
London, June 24 (IANS) Defending champions Australia are currently placed second in the points table for the 2019 World Cup and skipper Aaron Finch believes that trusting one's own abilities has been the key to his side's success in the recent times.
- Pant not my no.4, DK or Kedar can do the job: Gaekwad(15:18)
By Debayan Mukherjee
Kolkata, June 24 (IANS) India's poor batting display against Afghanistan has once again raised questions on who should bat at no.4 for the Men in Blue in the remaining games of the 2019 World Cup. While some feel that Rishabh Pant should be given a go at the spot, former India coach Anshuman Gaekwad begs to differ.
- Players' keenness to play IPL left Cricket South Africa helpless(15:00)
By Baidurjo Bhose
New Delhi, June 24 (IANS) South Africa's unceremonious exit from the 2019 edition of the World Cup on Sunday came as no shocker as they looked like a team which wasn't prepared to challenge the best in the business. While the lack of preparedness was evident in their performance through the tournament, it has come to the fore that Cricket South Africa (CSA) wanted the players to plan better, but the cricketers were keen to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
- Misbah questions selection of Hasnain, Shaheen for WC(14:54)
London, June 24 (IANS) Former captain Misbah-ul-Haq has questioned the decision of the Pakistan team management of including pacers Mohammad Hasnain and Shaheen Afridi in the 15-member squad for the ongoing World Cup.
- IIS celebrates Olympic Day with young athletes(14:40)
Monday, June 24 (IANS) To celebrate Olympic Day, a group of 22 young athletes (between ages 2 and 7 years) from Special Olympics Bharat were invited to visit the Inspire Institute of Sport (IIS) in Ballari, Karnataka.
- Djokovic stays on top of ATP rankings(14:08)
Beijing, June 24 (IANS) Novak Djokovic remains atop in the latest Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) world rankings released on Monday, in which there has been no changes in the top 10 places.
- Yawning is a normal thing, didn't commit a sin: Sarfaraz(14:00)
London, June 24 (IANS) Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed received a lot of flak after he was captured yawning at one stage during the India innings in their World Cup game at Old Trafford. The 89-run loss made matters worse as he was heavily trolled for yawning and was later also body shamed.
- Sarfaraz & Co's fielding efforts leaving a lot to be desired(13:20)
By Aakash Kumar
London, June 24 (IANS) There are certain things which can be associated with Pakistan cricket: decent batting, exceptional fast bowling and poor fielding. The country, which has produced brilliant pacers and batsmen over the years, have just not been able to produce exceptional fielders. And that has once again been on display in the ongoing edition of the World Cup.
- England take on arch-rivals Australia in crucial WC tie (Preview)(12:20)
London, June 24 (IANS) After suffering a shock defeat against Sri Lanka, England will look to return to winning ways and take one step closer towards the semi-finals when they face arch-rivals Australia in their crucial World Cup game at the iconic Lord's on Tuesday.
- Play fearless cricket in remaining games: Akhtar tells Pak(11:42)
London, June 24 (IANS) Pleased with Pakistan's convincing win over South Africa in their crucial World Cup fixture, former speedster Shoaib Akhtar is hoping that Sarfaraz Ahmed and the boys play fearless cricket in the remaining games and make it to the semi-finals.
- We're alive and kicking, says Pakistan head coach(11:00)
London, June 24 (IANS) Mickey Arthur believes Pakistan's win over South Africa in their crucial World Cup fixture will shut some people for a while who went all guns blazing at his team post their defeat against India.