Saturday, November 27, 2021


Researchers find casual link between cardiovascular health and coffee consumption

Conducted in partnership with the SAHMRI, the team found that people with high blood pressure, angina, and arrythmia were more likely to drink less coffee, decaffeinated coffee

Australian Open: Last group of players set to leave quarantine

More than 1,000 players and officials went into a two-week quarantine from January 14 when the first of 17 flights chartered by Tennis Australia landed in Melbourne and Adelaide.

Mohammed Siraj’s performance is heartening: Abid Ali

The Hyderabad pace bowler can be an inspiration to many young cricketers

Brad Hogg against removal of Virat Kohli as captain

Rahane impressed everyone with his calm and composure on the field and more over delivered the good as India won the series 2-1 in Australia.

Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma blessed with baby girl

Kohli, who took paternity leave, conveyed the good news on twitter

No stress, Aussie batsmen will come good, says Cummins

With the series level at 1-1 heading into the third Test in Sydney, Cummins parried talk of crisis and said batters like Steve Smith would rediscover their touch

Warner returns to Aussie squad, Burns get the axe

Fast bowler Sean Abbott has also recovered from a calf strain and was included in the 18-man squad for the remainder of the four-Test series

Rahane is a very shrewd leader: Shastri

India's win was built on a first-innings century by stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane on their way to 326 in reply to Australia's 195, with young debutant Shubman Gill also excelling with the bat.

McGrath impressed with Shubman Gill

When I saw him (Gill) the other day in the ODI, I thought he had a good technique, he looked like he belonged to international cricket, said McGrath

Smith hopeful of SCG hosting third Test

Personally I'd love Sydney to happen, I love playing at the SCG (Sydney Cricket Ground), it's my home ground, said Smith

Moving ball continues to haunt India

From English summer to Australia summer Kohli’s men slipped to their worst-ever defeat

Nauseating feeling when I remember that Lord’s debacle: Abid Ali

Syed Abid Ali remembering the Lord's Test in which India were dismissed for 42 runs

SGC remains our preference, says Hockley

Australian cricket officials were put on high alert last week after an outbreak of the virus in the northern beaches in Sydney, which will host the third Test from January 7.

India fall for their lowest innings total in Tests, end at 36/9

India, who began at the overnight score of nine for one, had a nightmarish start when they lost four wickets at the team total of 15 and then four runs later at 19 lost their sixth wicket in the form of skipper Virat Kohli.

Shaw will struggle at international level with his technique, says Warne

Shaw was bowled out for duck in the first innings by Mitchell Starc, while in the second innings, he managed to score four runs, but he was once again bowled by Pat Cummins.

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