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Pakistan has to work to draw big teams back – ICC chief

Pakistan’s security situation has improved but it needs to work on confidence-building measures to convince major teams such as Australia and

Oman secures release of Indian priest kidnapped in Yemen

Muscat has secured the release of an Indian priest who was abducted last year during a deadly attack by Islamist militants

Pakistan police hunt elder who ordered couple’s electrocution

Pakistani police were Tuesday hunting a tribal elder who ordered a teenage couple to be electrocuted by their families as punishment

India Nobel winner launches march for abused children

Indian Nobel peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi on Monday started a cross-country march aimed at forcing authorities to clamp down on the

Indian teen rape survivor gives birth to baby boy

A 13-year-old rape survivor who was allowed to terminate a late pregnancy by India’s Supreme Court has given birth to a

More than 250,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh: UN


More than a quarter of a million mostly Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh since fresh violence erupted in Myanmar last

India court sentences two to death over deadly Mumbai blasts


An Indian court sentenced two convicts to death Thursday in connection with the country’s deadliest bombings, a series of blasts

Lyon spin gives Australia crushing Test win over Bangladesh


Nathan Lyon spun Australia to a series-levelling win over Bangladesh on Thursday with a 13 wicket match-haul in the second

Star India bags IPL media rights for $2.55 bn

Broadcast giant Star India has won global media rights for the highly lucrative Indian Premier League, the most popular sports event

India court allows abortion for 13-year-old rape victim

India’s top court on Wednesday allowed a 13-year-old rape survivor to have a late abortion after lawyers said carrying the baby