27 Feb 2015
Sydney: Skipper AB de Villiers hammered the fastest 150 in ODI history as he led South Africa to a record-equalling 257-run win over the West Indies in a Pool B cricket World Cup match on Friday.
26 Feb 2015
Melbourne: Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara, playing in his 400th ODI, hit strokeful centuries to power Sri Lanka to a comfortable 92-run victory over Bangladesh in a Group A match of the cricket World Cup here on Thursday.
25 Feb 2015
Brisbane: Little-known Shaiman Anwar became the first UAE batsman to notch up a World Cup hundred as the Asian minnows punched above their weight to post a commendable 276 for nine against European giant-killers Ireland in their pool B ODI cricket match here on Wednesday.
28 Feb 2015
New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday presented Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA government's first full year Budget in the Lok Sabha.
22 Feb 2015
Melbourne: Shikhar Dhawan smashed a rollicking 137 as India rode on a clinical display to break their World Cup jinx against South Africa with an emphatic 130-run victory in a group B match on Sunday.
19 Feb 2015
Nelson: Sean Williams' timely knock of 76 helped Zimbabwe beat a determined UAE by four wickets here on Thursday, giving the African nation their first win of the cricket World Cup.
20 Feb 2015
Wellington: Brendon McCullum recorded the World Cup's fastest fifty, off just 18 balls, after Tim Southee wrecked havoc with a seven-wicket haul as New Zealand cruised to a comprehensive eight-wicket win over England in a Pool A match of the quadrennial extravaganza here on Friday.
25 Feb 2015
Amritsar: An American woman was arrested at the airport here after 25 live cartridges were allegedly recovered from her baggage during checking, police said.
27 Feb 2015
Kochi: In a sensational claim, noted Malayalam singer Madhu Balakrishnan on Friday said his brother-in-law and cricketer S Sreesanth survived a murder attempt in Tihar jail where he was lodged in connection with the IPL spot fixing scam in 2013.
18 Feb 2015
Canberra: Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim struck resilient half-centuries as Bangladesh got past a fighting Afghanistan by 105 runs in their opening pool match of the cricket World Cup, here on Wednesday.