October 22, 2020 11:30 (IST)
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Coronavirus: No foreign player can participate in IPL 2020 after India's visa restrictions

Mumbai/IBNS: The fate of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 has become uncertain as no foreign player will be available to play in the tournament after the imposition of new restrictions on visas by the Indian government over the outbreak of deadly Novel Coronavirus.

Shikhar Dhawan, Hardik Pandya return to Indian squad for SA series

Mumbai/IBNS: Shikhar Dhawan and Hardik Pandya, two cricketing stars, returned to the Indian squad for the ODI series against South Africa.

Australia defeat India by 85 runs to win 5th Women's T20 WC trophy

Melbourne/UNI:  Defending champions Australia thrashed India by 85 runs in final to lift the ICC Women's T20 World Cup trophy for the fifth time at the iconic MCG, here on Sunday.

ICC Women's T20 WC: Australia win toss, opt to bat against India in final

Melbourne/UNI: Australia captain Meg Lanning won the toss and elected to bat first against India in the final of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup at the iconic MCG, here on Sunday.

Women's T20 World Cup: Australia beat South Africa to meet India in final

Sydney/UNI: Defending champions Australia reached the finals of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup after beating South Africa by five runs via D/L method in the second semifinal, here on Thursday.

Women's T20 World Cup: India enter into maiden final after semi-final against England called off due to rain

Sydney/IBNS: Indian entered into their maiden Women's T20 World Cup final after their semi-final match against England was called off due to rain on Thursday.

Shafali Verma, Ecclestone clinch top spots in T20I Rankings

Dubai/UNI: Indian opener Shafali Verma and England spinner Sophie Ecclestone go into the semifinals of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 as the top ranked batswoman and bowler according to latest MRF Tyres ICC Women’s T20I Player Ranking.

Williamson pleased after all-round show against 'world-class' India

Christchurch/UNI: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson was immensely satisfiedwith his team's 2-0 win in the Test series against World No.1 India, and attributed the success to the vital batting contributions as much as his bowlers' execution.

New Zealand beat India by seven wickets, clinch series 2-0

Christchurch/IBNS: India received a massive jolt in the New Zealand tour as the homeside defeated the visitors by seven wickets in the second Test match to complete a 2-0 clean sweep of the series here on Monday.

Test: India struggle at 90/6 against Kiwis on Day 2 despite heroic performance by bowlers 

Christchurch/UNI: India were reduced to 90 for six in their second innings after dismissing New Zealand for 235 on day two of the second Test match at the Hagley Oval here on Sunday.

Michael Vaughan posts tough comment for Indian team over their performance in NZ so far

London/IBNS: In a tough comment, former England skipper Michael Vaughan slammed the Indian cricket team for their performance in the ongoing Test series against New Zealand and said Virat Kohli and his men cannot be regarded as a great team till they start winning in places like England and New Zealand.

2nd Test: New Zealand dominate first day

Christchurch/UNI: New Zealand were 63/0 at stumps in response to India's first innings total of 242 on the first day of the second Test match at the Hagley Oval, here on Saturday.

Second Test: After bowling out India for 242, NZ score 63/0 at stumps on day 1

Christchurch/IBNS: After bowling out India for 242, New Zealand scored 63/0 in the first innings at stumps on day one of the second Test match here on Saturday.

Women's World Cup: India beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets

Melbourne/IBNS: India defeated Sri Lanka comprehensively by seven wickets in a group match of Women's World Cup here on Saturday.

Women's World Cup: India restrict Sri Lanka to 113/9 in 20 overs

Melbourne/IBNS: India restricted Sri Lanka to 113/9 in 20 overs in a group match in the Women's World Cup here on Saturday.