The Telegraph
Tuesday , October 3 , 2017

Different feeling, says Herath after joining 400-wicket club

Wily left-arm spinner Rangana Herath was left delighted as he joined the 400-wicket club with a six-wicket haul that helped Sri Lanka to a narrow 21- run win over Pakistan in Abu Dhabi on Monday....   | Read..

Rahane is not worried

India batsman Ajinkya Rahane, who has been axed for the upcoming three-match T20I series against Australia, has said that he respects the decision taken by the selectors....   | Read..

Fast car keeps Vettel hopeful

Sebastian Vettel fell further behind Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton after Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix but the Ferrari driver still saw cause for optimism in the title battle....   | Read..

Eden set to host Test from Nov. 16

Though it hasn't been declared officially yet, it is almost certain that Eden Gardens will host the first Test between India and Sri Lanka, starting November 16....   | Read..

Barcelona to join Catalonia strike today

Barcelona will join a strike called across Catalonia on Tuesday in protest against a violent crackdown by police of an independence referendum called by pro-separatist politicians for the region on......   | Read..

Chile watch Chak De in search of 'inspiration'

' Chak De! Chile' - that seems to be the battle cry of the Chilean team for the U-17 World Cup....   | Read..

Difficult to prove age of players:De Matos

For the Indian team, to be clubbed in one of the strongest groups is perhaps not the toughest task in hand in the under-17 World Cup beginning October 6. What the team management is worried about -......   | Read..

Big victory for South Africa

The pace of Kagiso Rabada and the spin of Keshav Maharaj sent Bangladesh crashing to a 333-run defeat on the fifth day of the first Test against South Africa, at Senwes Park on Monday....   | Read..

Tiwary is optimistic

Bengal captain Manoj Tiwary is confident of putting up a good show in the upcoming Ranji Trophy....   | Read..

Lahiri's fight in vain, US retain crown

For the second day in succession, Anirban Lahiri produced a brilliant comeback in the closing stages of the Presidents Cup and rallied from the brink to snatch half a point in his singles match aga......   | Read..

Nehra: Always believed that the present makes the future

Ashish Nehra was at Dharamsala airport waiting to board a flight back to New Delhi, late on Monday afternoon, when The Telegraph contacted him on his cellphone....   | Read..
Different feeling, says Herath after joining 400-wicket club
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