Accused Pakistani al Qaeda operative wrote in code about UK bomb plot: US

A Pakistani man used a code in which women`s names substituted for bomb materials when he would email with al Qaeda about a plot to kill hundreds of people in England in 2009, a US prosecutor said on Monday.

Sunderland suspend Adam Johnson after arrest over sex allegation
Sunderland suspend Adam Johnson after arrest over sex allegation

Sunderland suspended England winger Adam Johnson on Monday after he was arrested on suspicion of having sex with an under-age girl.

Pakistani-origin men among 10 charged with child abuse in UK

British police on Monday charged 10 men, mostly of Pakistan and Afghan origins, with sexual exploitation of girls as young as 13 in the northern England town of Rochdale.

Joe Root is future of England cricket, says Michael Vaughan
Joe Root is future of England cricket, says Michael Vaughan

Former England captain on Sunday said fans could bank on young batsman Joe Root as the future of country's cricket team.

Casey, Poulter share lead at rain-soaked Honda Classic
Casey, Poulter share lead at rain-soaked Honda Classic

Englishmen Ian Poulter and Paul Casey shared the lead Sunday night as the US PGA Tour`s rain-delayed Honda Classic hurtled toward a manic Monday finish.

ICC World Cup: Rangana Herath splits skin of spinning finger
ICC World Cup: Rangana Herath splits skin of spinning finger

Sri Lanka's left-arm spinner Rangana Herath split the skin on the inside of his spinning finger during their World Cup Pool A encounter against England at the Westpac stadium here on Sunday.

Cricket World Cup: We were punished, says England captain Eoin Morgan
Cricket World Cup: We were punished, says England captain Eoin Morgan

England captain Eoin Morgan admitted his side had been "punished" by a rampant Sri Lanka on Sunday in a nine-wicket loss that left them on the brink of World Cup elimination.

ICC World Cup 2015: England and Pakistan seek World Cup boost
ICC World Cup 2015: England and Pakistan seek World Cup boost

 England and Pakistan will both look to revive their faltering World Cup campaigns on Sunday.

Joe Schmidt looks to claim `biggest win` over England

 Ireland coach Joe Schmidt believes if Six Nations champions Ireland defeat England at Lansdowne Road on Sunday it will be the team`s biggest win since he took over in 2013.

British spies in disguise testify at US terror trial

Spies working for Britain's MI5 intelligence agency donned wigs and makeup on Tuesday to testify against a Pakistani Al Qaeda suspect on trial in New York for allegedly plotting to blow up a British shopping center.

Trailing the traffickers, UK police in new role rescuing slaves: TRFN

Inside one of Britain`s biggest special anti-trafficking operations, police officers surrounded by files, forms and photographs attempt to unravel a complex network of crime.

UK to honour Indian soldiers at World War I event

The UK will honour the Indian soldiers who fought alongside their British officers during the World War I with special plaques to be unveiled at a war memorial next month.

England must copy carefree Moeen Ali's style, says Nasser Hussain
England must copy carefree Moeen Ali's style, says Nasser Hussain

England`s batsmen must try and emulate Moeen Ali`s carefree approach if the team are to have any chance of lifting the World Cup, according to former captain Nasser Hussain.

2019 World Cup in England set to be 10-team format: ICC
2019 World Cup in England set to be 10-team format: ICC

ICC's Chief Executive Officer Dave Richardson on Sunday said that the game's governing body is all set to prune the number of teams from 14 to 10 for the next Cricket World Cup, scheduled to be held in England in 2019.

Long-lost Sherlock Holmes story discovered

A a long-lost Sherlock Holmes story written by Arthur Conan Doyle for a fundraiser has been unearthed after lying in an attic for almost 50 years, a media report said.

England coach Peter Moores under increasing pressure: Michael Vaughan
England coach Peter Moores under increasing pressure: Michael Vaughan

England`s "abject" World Cup shows have left Peter Moores searching for answers and the coach may lose his job if the team fail to reach the quarter-finals, said former Ashes-winning captain Michael Vaughan.

Emerging trends from ICC World Cup 2015

The 11th edition of world cricket's biggest show got underway with a spectacular dual act opening ceremony in Christchurch and Melbourne on February 13.

ICC World Cup 2015: Geoffrey Boycott rips into feeble England, again
ICC World Cup 2015: Geoffrey Boycott rips into feeble England, again

England are not as good as they think they are and have a lot of hard work to do to even qualify for the World Cup quarter-finals, former opening batsman Geoffrey Boycott said on Friday.

England can win Euro 2016: Harry Redknapp
England can win Euro 2016: Harry Redknapp

If England don`t win Euro 2016 they might as well "give up", Harry Redknapp suggested on Friday.