Fans slam England cricket team’s head coach after he does not rule out breaks for players during Ashes test series
England cricket team head coach Chris Silverwood said that key players may be given breaks during the Ashes as well.
“A contest between my ball and your ball”: Netizens in splits after comments of Harsha Bhogle go viral
Harsha Bhohgle said that a cricket contest should be between bat and ball, not between bat and bat or ball and ball
With Test matches consistently ending within 2 or 3 days of actual play, is it time to strip Lord’s status as a Test venue?
With 90 overs per day, that means matches at Lords are lasting 2 or 3 days at most, with these consistently poor pitches, is it time to strip Lord's status as a Test center?
A juvenile from Eastleigh, Hamisphire was charged on one count of preparation of terrorist acts connected to Islamist terrorism in England
England: Pakistani arrested for vandalising Guru Arjan Dev Gurdwara, note on Kashmir posted in the Gurdwara recovered
In the attack which took place on May 25 morning at Guru Arjan Dev Gurdwara in Derby, England, the unidentified man had broken the Gurudwara's windows
The test kits made by Luxembourg-based Eurofins that were to be sent to the UK were found to be contaminated with Coronavirus
Senior advocate Harish Salve appointed into Queen Elizabeth II’s counsel for courts of England and Wales, official appointment on March 16
Harish Salve among 114 advocates inducted into the Queen’s Counsel for courts of England and Wales
The decade is about to over. A decade full of records, full of controversies. 3 World Cups, 4 World T20s, 2 Champions Trophy and the beginning of the first Test championship.
United Kingdom: As Labour Party takes anti-India stand, Indian diaspora to campaign for Conservatives in December 2019 elections
The British Indian vote has the ability to decide the outcome of nearly 40 seats in the upcoming elections and could be a gamechanger if they vote en masse for one single party in the UK elections.
Oxford University Student’s Union bans clapping to prevent triggering anxiety, to be replaced by ‘Jazz Hands’ to be more ‘inclusive’
Oxford students union bans clapping and replaces it with Jazz Hands, saying clapping triggers anxiety