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NZ wilt under Edwards, Bravo tons as Windies square series

Thursday 9 January '14

Kirk Edwards and Dwayne Bravo both notched centuries as the Windies flayed Kiwis' attack.
Despite scandal, Tiger Woods cracks $1.3 bn in career earnings, tops Golf Digest 50 list

Wednesday 8 January '14

Woods is yet to reach pre-scandal endorsement totals but has bounced back from a 2011 low of $62 mn.
Spain's princess summoned in money laundering case

Tuesday 7 January '14

Cristina has been linked to business affairs of her husband who is under scanner for embezzlement of public funds.
After Ashes high, David Warner wants to see how Proteas play without Jacques Kallis

Tuesday 7 January '14

Australia plan to use same intimidatory tactics that unravelled England in South Africa tour.
JP Morgan Chase to pay $2 bn in Bernard Madoff probe over biggest Ponzi fraud on record: Reports

Monday 6 January '14

JP Morgan Chase to pay huge fine in Bernard Madoff fraud case that ruined many investors.
Johnson among the fast bowling greats, says skipper Clarke

Monday 6 January '14

Clarke said 32-year-old Johnson’s sustained aggressive bowling throughout the series was an amazing achievement.
Mathews ensures Lanka claim draw

Sunday 5 January '14

Hafeez reached his half-century with two fours.
Kiwis win rain-hit ODI to take 2-1 lead

Sunday 5 January '14

Indies were 134/5 after 33.4 overs when the rain sent the players off from the field.
'Fighter' Michael Schumacher turns 45 in coma, family says 'Schumi will not give up'

Friday 3 January '14

Schumi spends his 45th birthday lying in a coma in a French hospital following the skiing accident.
Michael Schumacher stable, but remains in critical condition

Thursday 2 January '14

The German racing great entered new year in an induced coma and a critical condition.
Johnson flays England’s ‘backing-away’ tactic

Thursday 2 January '14

Johnson needs nine wickets to become only the fourth Australian bowler to take 40 wickets or more in an Ashes.
Apple Inc denies 'backdoor' NSA access to iPhones

Wednesday 1 January '14

A leaked document suggested US National Security Agency had unfettered access to iPhones.
Pakistan bank on bowlers to keep record in UAE intact

Tuesday 31 December '13

Ajmal has been performing a key role for us and we hope for the best in this Test, said Misbah.
Pakistan need to play good cricket to win, says Misbah-ul-Haq

Monday 30 December '13

Pakistan will rely on their bowling line-up led by off-spinner Saeed Ajmal to tame Sri Lanka.
'Horrified' Richard Hadlee says Brett Lee could have killed Piers Morgan

Monday 30 December '13

The exhibition was organised after Lee challenged Morgan to face an over.
Darren Bravo returns home for personal reasons

Sunday 29 December '13

It was their first taste of success in New Zealand after losing the three-Test series 2-0.
Jacques Kallis out of South Africa's World T20 squad

Saturday 28 December '13

Kallis has not played for SA in a T20 international since the 2012 World T20 in Sri Lanka.
Amazon to compensate customers for late gifts

Friday 27 December '13

Amazon pledge came after UPS in particular came under fire for late packages despite vows from retailers to meet a December 25 deadline.
Hafeez’s third century of series wins it for Pakistan

Friday 27 December '13

Mohammad Hafeez led Pakistan to a robust eight-wicket victory over Sri Lan.
“Swann saga over and done with”

Thursday 26 December '13

Swann stunned the cricket world with his announcement from the England team.


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