The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Now, selectors tear into coach
Selection committee chairman Dilip Vengsarkar declined to comment, indicating he would raise the SMS-issue with Board president Sharad Pawar, but two of his four colleagues tore into coach Greg Chappell while speaking to The Telegraph. “Today, ...  | Read.. 
Inzamam, 7 others slip back home
Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul Haq and several of his teammates slipped out of Lahore airport without speaking to the media ...  | Read.. 
Viv ready to make India ‘mentally stronger’
West Indies legend Sir Vivian Richards is not averse to the idea of coaching the Indian team and make the players “ ...  | Read.. 
Indians wary of facing the music back home
Their World Cup dreams shattered and personal reputations in tatters, Team India hit the home-bound route with heavy hea ...  | Read.. 
STUMP VISION! ...  | Read
Canas stuns Federer second time running
Once was shocking enough, twice doubly so. For the second tournament in succession, Roger Federer ex..  | Read.. 
Investigation could take months, says Shields
The trail of Bob Woolmer’s killer has not gone cold but it could take months to piece togethe..  | Read.. 
Yousuf won’t say ‘no’ to captaincy
Mohammed Yousuf said on Wednesday that he would gladly accept the offe ...  | Read.. 
Hamish Marshall to play today
Brian Lara will be hoping West Indies overcome the effects of defeat a ...  | Read.. 
Police to conduct 2nd autopsy
Mark Shields, Jamaica’s deputy police commissioner, has said an i ...  | Read.. 
Borde, Venkat among 6 invitees
Chandu Borde and Srinivas Venkatraghavan are among the six former ...  | Read.. 
McGrath, Hogg run over West Indies
Australia’s varied attack dominated the West Indies’ batsmen ...  | Read.. 
Watch Ireland, says Bopara
Rookie allrounder Ravi Bopara insists England need to be at their very bes ...  | Read.. 
Playing 3 days in a row not ideal, says Lara
Brian Lara says the West Indies must forget their 103-run loss to Aust ...  | Read.. 
Bosses okay Irish players’ sojourn
Never mind the form and confidence of his players going into the secon ...  | Read.. 
World Cup is too long: Ian Chappell
Former Australia captain Ian Chappell has called for the World Cup to ...  | Read.. 
Buchanan: One of Hayden’s best
Australian coach John Buchanan rated Matthew Hayden’s innings of ...  | Read.. 
Strong reply by South Africa
A diving run out by Herschelle Gibbs epitomised South Africa’s cl ...  | Read.. 
CAB keen on tie vs Aussies
Scrapping the idea of hosting an international tournament as part of i ...  | Read.. 
Woods makes it three in row
Tiger Woods shot an 8-under 64 to win the stroke-play competition at t ...  | Read.. 
Bagan to play under protest
After a day filled with drama and uncertainty, Mohun Bagan agreed to p ...  | Read.. 
Mumbai claim title
Brilliant batting by Vinayak Mane (86) and impressive bowling performa ...  | Read.. 
India go down fighting to North Korea
India went down fighting to better-ranked North Korea 2-0 in their thi ...  | Read.. 
Shiv, Rahil miss out
India’s Shiv Kapur and Rahil Gangjee missed out on qualifying for ...  | Read.. 
Phelps posts 2nd world record
Michael Phelps broke his second world record in 24 hours at the World ...  | Read.. 
Md. Sporting lose to JCT
Former champions JCT started off their second-leg campaign in the 11th ...  | Read.. 
Anand close to rapid title
Viswanathan Anand is almost sure of winning the rapid title at the Amb ...  | Read.. 
Pak board feels cops jumped the gun
Pakistan cricket board officials suspect that the death of coach Bob W ...  | Read.. 
Inquest delay
The inquest into the death of Bob Woolmer has been delayed with the co ...  | Read.. 
International hotline set up, open round the clock
Jamaica police have set up an international hotline and appealed to &# ...  | Read.. 
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