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Zimbabwe clinch ODI series against Sri Lanka

Zimbabwe clinch ODI series against Sri Lanka

Zimbabwe edged out Sri Lanka by three wickets in the fifth one-day international on Monday to clinch their first overseas triumph in eight years.

Taking the series 3-2, the 11th-ranked Zimbabwe team also registered their first series win in the South Asian nation.

Off-spinner Sikandar Raza claimed three wickets in Hambantota to restrict the hosts to 203-8 after Zimbabwe elected to field first. He then anchored a tense chase with an unbeaten 27 as the visitors won with 71 balls ...Details»

Aussies boycott S. Africa tour in pay dispute

Aussies boycott S. Africa tour in pay dispute

Australia's players on Thursday boycotted this month's Australia A tour to South Africa, escalating a bitter pay dispute which threatens ...Details»

'Aamir earned more goodwill than Tata & Birla'

'Aamir earned more goodwill than Tata & Birla'

Bollywood actor Paresh Rawal, who will be seen portraying the role of the late Sunil Dutt in the yet-untitled Sanjay ...Details»

Actor Nazmul Huda Bachchu passes away

Actor Nazmul Huda Bachchu passes away

Veteran film and television actor Nazmul Huda Bachchu has passed away at the age of 78.

 He breathed his last on ...Details»

Spinner Abdur Razzak out of danger

Spinner Abdur Razzak out of danger

Former Bangladesh spinner Abdur Razzak and his family were injured in a road accident on their way to Dhaka after ...Details»

Pakistan stun India to lift maiden Champions Trophy

Pakistan stun India to lift maiden Champions Trophy

Quamrul Hassan: Unpredictable Pakistan did the unthinkable once again on Sunday as they handed archrivals India a crushing 180-run defeat ...Details»

'We have to be more confident and mentally strong'

'We have to be more confident and mentally strong'

Bangladesh cricket team have reached Dhaka on Saturday morning showing their calibre in ICC Champions Trophy 2017.

A flight carrying the ...Details»

13-year-old Bangladeshi boy Tariqul wins Dubai Quran award

13-year-old Bangladeshi boy Tariqul wins Dubai Quran award

The 13-year-old Tariqul, who was also awarded fourth prize in the "beautiful voice" category, walked away with the first prize ...Details»

'Tigers need to toughen up mentally'

'Tigers need to toughen up mentally'

Bangladesh found India a step too far in the Champions Trophy semi-final on Thursday, losing by nine wickets with nearly ...Details»

Tigers set 265 runs target for India

Tigers set 265 runs target for India

Tigers set 265 runs target for India in the 2nd semifinal of the eight-nation ICC Champions Trophy against India at ...Details»