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'New era of gender equality in Cricket': BCCI brings match fees of women cricketers at par with men

The Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) Thursday said that the match fee for both men and women cricketers (contracted) will be the same.

'Can't ignore India': Sports Minister Anurag Thakur's retort to Pak Cricket Board threat it may not visit for World Cup

New Delhi: In a sharp retort to Pakistan's threat to pull out of the ICC World Cup next year in India, Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur has said it can't ignore India and all top teams will be there to play in the tournament.

Tendulkar makes investment in cricket NFT platform Rario

Mumbai: Sachin Tendulkar has entered the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) market by partnering with Rario, the world's first officially licensed digital cricket collectibles platform.

CWG: Smriti Mandhana's winning performance takes India to gold medal match

Birmingham/UNI: The Indian women’s cricket team defeated host England by four runs in the semifinals of the Commonwealth Games on Saturday to enter the women's T20 final and assured a medal.

'We are not cars...': England star player Ben Stokes slams hectic cricket schedule

English cricketer Ben Stokes Monday stunned his fans announcing his retirement at the age of 31 from the One Day Internationals (ODIs) citing the workload stemming from three formats of the game.

Harmanpreet Kaur to lead Indian women's cricket squad in Commonwealth Games 2022

Mumbai/IBNS: India has announced a 15-member women's cricket squad for the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games, the first edition of the tournament that will feature women's T20Is.

The Best Cricket Betting Apps for Android

Companies have a large number of clients. In order to constantly track their interests, the company collects anonymous statistics. Thanks to these statistics, it was found out that 70-80% of bets were made with the help of a mobile sports betting app. Let's understand why people choose this particular method. Here are the main advantages:

Kashmir: India Army organises Women's Cricket League at Panzgam

Srinagar/IBNS: Indian Army has organised a Women's cricket league at Panzgam to empower and nurture talented girls in the field of sports.

DGP inaugurates Shaheed Aman Memorial Cricket Tournament

Jammu/IBNS: Director-General of Police for J&K Dilbag Singh Thursday declared open the third edition of Shaheed Aman Memorial T20 Cricket Tournament at Chowgan Sports Ground, Kishtwar.

‘Love, Faith and Beyond’, a short-film by KKR, highlights journey of Indian cricketers

Kolkata/UNI: After the retentions were announced recently, KKR had to bid farewell to the young Indian players, the franchise had nurtured over the years.

SNAP: India need 9 more wickets to win Kanpur Test

India need 9 more wickets to win Kanpur Test. At stumps on Day 4, NZ are 4 for 1, chasing 284 runs target. Tom Latham, William Somerville at crease.

SNAP AT TEA: Shreyas Iyer's 50 boost India lead against NZ

Shreyas Iyer's 50 helps India to increase lead to 216 runs against New Zealand in the second innings on Day 4 of Kanpur Test on Sunday. India are 167 for 7 at tea

Tim Southee swings Day 4 morning session in NZ's favour, India 84 for 5 at lunch

Kanpur, Nov 28 (UNI) New Zealand bowlers led by Tim Southee swung the morning session in their favor in which they scalped Mayank Agarwal and Ravindra Jadeja as India were reduced to 84 for 5 with an overall lead of 133 runs at lunch on Day 4 of the first Test at Green Park Stadium here on Sunday.

Shreyas Iyer becomes first Indian to score a ton, fifty in each innings of debut Test

Kanpur, Nov 28 (UNI) Shreyas Iyer became the first Indian batter to score a century and a half century in each innings of a debut Test.

ICC congratulates Dwayne Bravo for an impressive career

Dubai/UNI: The ICC has congratulated former West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo for an impressive career that saw him stand out across formats and taste great success in ICC tournaments over the years, according to the premier international cricket body.