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Wellington, Dec 9 (ANI): The West Indies team manager Richie Richardson has said that his team is improving and the talent is there, but there is something intrinsically wrong with the sport in the Caribbean.
Sharks prefer attacking prey from behind Dec 6, 1:49 pm
Washington, Dec. 6 (ANI): Researchers have claimed that sharks can comprehend body orientation and therefore know whether humans are facing them or not.
Senior drug tester says Jamaican doping scandals 'tip of iceberg' Nov 12, 10:11 am
Auckland, Nov 12 (ANI): Jamaica's most senior drug tester has claimed that the recent rash of failed tests point to a more serious problem, further deepening the doping crisis in the country's athletics.
Jamaica, Nov 1 (ANI): West Indies Cricket team manager, Richie Richardson has said that the retiring Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar will have to earn every single run in his last two Tests against the Caribbean side.
Islamabad, Oct 27 (ANI): Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has agreed to a Big Bash League contract with the Melbourne Renegades and is likely to miss the first two games of the tournament due to international commitments.
Orlando Bloom gets 'philosophical' about recent split Oct 26, 9:52 am
Sydney, October 26 (ANI): Orlando Bloom has revealed that he and his former wife Miranda Kerr are not just friends but are family.
London, September 30 (ANI): Nicole Scherzinger is reportedly broken after her split from Lewis Hamilton, as she kept breaking down and crying during the three-day sunshine stint in Antigua.
Proteas player Jacques Rudolph says has necessary 'credentials' to get respect as T20 cricketer Sep 21, 2:15 pm
Johannesburg, Sept 21 (ANI): South African Test and one-day cricketer Jacques Rudolph has said that he has all the necessary credentials as a Twenty20 player and so should be respected in that format.
`Pirates of the Caribbean 5` release date delayed Sep 12, 9:52 am
London, Sept. 12 (ANI): The release date of the fifth installment of 'Pirates of the Caribbean', which would see Johnny Depp reprising his role at Captain Jack Sparrow, has been pushed forward beyond its planned 2015 release.
Saqlain sees potential in WI spin bowling stocks Sep 10, 4:04 pm
Islamabad, Sept 9 (ANI): Former Pakistan off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq, who is currently holding a three-week spin bowling camp in the Caribbean, has said that West Indies has the potential to redefine its bowling, given the vast array of spinners emerging in the region.
Islamabad, Sept 7 (ANI): Pakistani batsman Umar Akmal has reportedly been declared fit to play after undergoing medical tests following a mysterious seizure last month during the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
Guptill to miss Bangladesh tour due to finger, ankle injuries Aug 31, 10:00 am
Wellington, Aug 31 (ANI): New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill has reportedly been ruled out of the squad for the tour of Bangladesh in October due to finger and ankle injuries.
Jermain Defoe auctioning favourite clothes for charity Aug 30, 5:57 pm
London, August 30 (ANI): Jermain Defoe has reportedly placed 14 designer togs on eBay to help out homeless and abused children on the Caribbean island of St Lucia, where his mother was born, through the Jermain Defoe Foundation.
Edinburgh, Aug 25 (ANI): Secret papers have revealed that senior officials in the Thatcher government were not worried about a boycott by African and Caribbean nations that made the 1986 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh appear as a white-only event.
Islamabad, Aug 24 (ANI): Pakistan Test and one-day skipper Misbah-ul Haq has reportedly expressed his unhappiness at not being consulted in the selection of the squad for the ongoing tour of Zimbabwe.
Harry Styles stole soap from Johnny Depp's bathroom as memento! Aug 23, 12:48 pm
London, August 23 (ANI): One Direction singer Harry Styles has reportedly confessed that he swiped a bar of soap as a memento from Johnny Depp's bathroom when he was invited over by the Pirates of the Caribbean star.
Defoe hits out at Caribbean authorities for failing to solve cousin's death 'mystery' Aug 23, 11:43 am
London, Aug 23 (ANI): Football ace Jermain Defoe and his family have hit out at Caribbean authorities for failing to probe his cousin's electrocution in a swimming pool.
Shoaib Malik wants to bat `up the order` as has `still a few years of cricket left in him` Aug 23, 9:48 am
Islamabad, Aug 23 (ANI): Pakistani all-rounder Shoaib Malik has said that he believes that he still has a few year of cricket left in him, and added that he wanted to move up the batting order for his team.
Johannesburg, Aug 22 (ANI): New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill has added his voice to the chorus calling for more international matches, especially Tests, for New Zealand in order to lift their profile.
Johannesburg, Aug 22 (ANI): Pakistani batsman Umar Akmal will reportedly consult a neurologist for further testing after allegedly suffering an epileptic seizure, which forced his withdrawal from the Zimbabwe tour.
Wellington, Aug. 20 (ANI): New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill is suspected to have had a finger fracture while playing for the Guyana Amazon Warriors in their final round robin match of the Caribbean Premier League in the West Indies.
Johannesburg, Aug 18 (ANI): Pakistani wicketkeeper-batsman Umar Akmal has reportedly been ruled out of his side's upcoming tour to Zimbabwe after he suffered an epileptic fit while playing for Barbados in the inaugural Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
Steve Waugh's dumping Warne from 1999 Test formed 'never-healing' rift between them Aug 10, 12:35 pm
Melbourne, Aug 10 (ANI): Former Australian cricket great Steve Waugh has revealed that his decision to drop spin legend Shane Warne from the Test team for 1999 West Indies series in the Caribbean has created a distance between them that has never healed.
Cricket still remains 'gentleman's game' for some Aug 7, 3:17 pm
Sydney, Aug 7 (ANI): A rare incident during a Caribbean Premier League Twenty20 match in St Lucia, where Ricky Pointing was given a reprieve following a run out, has given the spirit of cricket a new lease of life.
Cozier blames 'militancy' of West Indies player's association for decimation of Caribbean cricket Aug 7, 1:40 pm
Islamabad, Aug 7 (ANI): Ace commentator Tony Cozier has said that he fears for the future of the West Indies cricket team and said that good players were not being produced for a variety of reasons, including the 'militancy' of the player's association, which called the top players to strike on two occasions.
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