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New India coach should ‘get along’ with Kohli

India are likely to favour a new coach who can “get along” with Virat Kohli, cricket officials indicated Friday, after Anil

More than 50 people killed in multiple Pakistan attacks

Multiple blasts and a gun attack killed more than 50 people and wounded at least 170 in three Pakistani cities on

Sri Lanka’s Malinga in hot water over ‘monkey’ comment

 

Sri Lanka fast bowler Lasith Malinga faced an investigation Thursday after he compared a government minister to a

India’s share of cricket revenue hiked to $405m: report

 

India’s share of world cricket revenues will increase from $293 to $405 million under a new deal agreed

Facebook offers Indian women tools to protect privacy

 

Facebook has introduced new security features for women using the social media platform in India, including the ability

Indian ‘spy’ on death row in Pakistan seeks clemency: army

 

An Indian national facing execution after being convicted of spying in Pakistan has sought clemency from the country’s

India arrests villagers for cheering Pakistan cricketers

New Delhi (AFP) – Indian police said Tuesday they

Former Indian judge arrested after 40 days on the run

A former judge who led police on a 40-day manhunt across India has been arrested and jailed on contempt charges after

Indian girl with rare ‘swollen head’ condition dies suddenly

Agartala (India) (AFP) – An Indian girl who made international headlines when a rare condition caused her head to swell to

Taliban gunmen kill eight Afghan guards at largest US base

Taliban gunmen have killed eight Afghan guards working at the largest American base in Afghanistan, officials said Tuesday, as the US