January 30, 2023 17:16 (IST)
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Hockey Men's World Cup 2023: India beat Japan 8-0 in classification match | Amid row, Kerala Congress screens controversial BBC documentary on PM Modi in Thiruvananthapuram | Republic Day Parade to showcase India’s indigenous military prowess, cultural diversity | Mulayam Singh Yadav, Zakir Hussain conferred Padma Vibhushan award | Dilip Mahalanabis, who pioneered ORS use, to be awarded Padma Vibhushan

India beat England to lift inaugural ICC U19 Women's T20 WC title

Potchefstroom: A brilliant show with the new-ball performance was followed by a calm run-chase as India cruised to victory over England in the final to lift the inaugural ICC U19 World Cup title on Sunday.

India, England play entertaining draw, Spain earn first win

Rourkela: It was the third consecutive day of FIH Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup 2023 action in the Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium as teams in Pool D began the second round of matches.

Looking forward to it, tweets Sam Curran after he becomes most expensive player in IPL history

London: England's Sam Curran, who has now become the most expensive player ever in the IPL after he was sold to Punjab Kings for a whopping Rs 18.5 crore in the second round of IPL 2023 auction, said he is looking forward to playing the next season of the cash rich tournament.

England cricketer Sam Curran is now most expensive IPL player ever, goes for Rs 18.5 cr to Punjab

Kochi: England's Sam Curran became the most expensive player ever in the IPL after he was sold to Punjab Kings for a whopping Rs 18.5 crore in the second round of IPL 2023 auction here on Friday.

I'll have to live with penalty miss: England captain Harry Kane

Al Khor: England captain Harry Kane accepted responsibility for his side's defeat in the quarterfinal of the World Cup against France.

FIFA WC: France edge out England 2-1 in dramatic QF

Al Khor/UNI: Defending world champions France are through to the final four of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 after a dramatic 2-1 win over England.

FIFA World Cup 2022: England coach Southgate hails team's impressive win over Senegal

Doha/UNI: England coach Gareth Southgate praised his side for the 3-0 win over Senegal in Qatar FIFA World Cup round of 16 on Sunday night with goals from Jordan Henderson, Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka.

Blow to England as Liam Livingstone out of Pakistan tour due to injury

London/UNI: England suffered a major blow in their ongoing Test series against Pakistan as all-rounder Liam Livingstone has been ruled out of the rest of the Test series against Pakistan with a right knee injury, the country's cricket board said on Monday.

FIFA World Cup 2022: England sail into quarterfinals with 3-0 win over Senegal

Doha/UNI: England will play France in the FIFA World Cup 2022 quarterfinals following a comfortable 3-0 win over Senegal in the round of 16 on Sunday.

English cricketers suffering from viral infection, first Test against Pakistan might be delayed

Rawalpindi: The firstTest between England and Pakistan might be delayed by a day as some players of the tourists' squad are down with viral infection.

FIFA World Cup 2022: England fail to triumph over spirited USA as match ends 0-0

Al Khor/Xinhua/UNI: England missed a chance to secure a place in the FIFA World Cup last 16 while the United States' hopes of advancing beyond the group stage were on a knife edge after the teams drew 0-0 in their Group B match on Friday.

Iranian team refuse to sing national anthem ahead of World Cup match in Qatar in support of anti-govt protest back home

Doha/IBNS: In their first match at the FIFA World Cup 2022 against England, Iran's players did not sing the country's national anthem in apparent support of anti-government protesters in their homeland.

FIFA World Cup: England begin campaign with emphatic 6-2 win

Doha/UNI: England began their campaign with an emphatic 6-2 victory over Iran in the men's FIFA World Cup here on Monday.

'No need to prove': Hardik Pandya brushing aside Michael Vaughan's Team India remark

Wellington/UNI/IBNS: Players have no need 'to prove anything to anyone', said India's stand-in cricket captain Hardik Pandya brushing aside ex-England skipper Michael Vaughan's remark where he called the men-in-blue "most underperforming white-ball team in the history of world cricket".

T20 World Cup: All-round England are deserving champions, says Daren Sammy

England were the deserving champions, said former West Indies cricketer and captain Daren Sammy praising Jos Buttler's men.