Pak group's rally plan in London: India raises concern with UK

India has raised with Britain its concerns about a Pakistani group planning to host an anti-India rally in London to highlight the Kashmir issue.

Brendan Rodgers salutes resilient Raheem Sterling
Brendan Rodgers salutes resilient Raheem Sterling

Brendan Rodgers saluted Raheem Sterling`s courageous display as the Liverpool star ignored a week of criticism to lead his side to an unforgettable 3-2 win at QPR.

Liverpool set to award 'red hot' Raheem Sterling with new-long term contract
Liverpool set to award 'red hot' Raheem Sterling with new-long term contract

Real Madrid would reportedly see their hopes of signing England winger Raheem Sterling wrecked, as Liverpool is set to award the teenager with a new long-term contract with them.

Kevin Pietersen set to resume career in birth country South Africa within fortnight
Kevin Pietersen set to resume career in birth country South Africa within fortnight

Ousted England batsman Kevin Pietersen is reportedly set to resume his cricket career in South Africa within a fortnight.

Five charged with IS plot to kill Scotland Yard officers

Five men have been charged here in connection with an alleged Islamic State (IS) plot to carry out a drive-by gun attack against Scotland Yard officers.

Stiff test for Virat Kohli today as pacy pitch looms in Dharamsala
Stiff test for Virat Kohli today as pacy pitch looms in Dharamsala

India's star batsman, Virat Kohli will hope to break the run-scoring drought in pitch assisting pace when India play West Indies in the fourth ODI in Dharamsala on Friday. Kohli has struggled off late against swing bowling on good bouncy conditions especially in England, and he will face stiff test against the Windies bowlers.

Jonny Wilkinson admits he'd 'had enough' of rugby
Jonny Wilkinson admits he'd 'had enough' of rugby

Jonny Wilkinson has revealed that he retired at the end of last season because he`d simply had enough of the training needed to be a top level rugby star.

Chris Cairns in court on perjury charge
Chris Cairns in court on perjury charge

New Zealand cricket great Chris Cairns appeared in a London court on Thursday charged with perjury relating to a libel action he brought in England in 2012.

Graeme Swann denies Graham Gooch's `criminal` charge
Graeme Swann denies Graham Gooch's `criminal` charge

Graeme Swann has insisted he did the right thing quitting midway through England`s 5-0 Ashes series thrashing despite Graham Gooch calling the decision "criminal".

Sourav Ganguly confident of India defending Cricket World Cup title
Sourav Ganguly confident of India defending Cricket World Cup title

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly is confident that India will defend the Cricket World Cup title next year Down Under. Known for his astute judgement and reading of the game, Ganguly said that India, under captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is still a team to beat in the One-Day format.

Gooch rubbishes KP allegations about Flower, Prior
Gooch rubbishes KP allegations about Flower, Prior

Former England captain Graham Gooch has rubbished Kevin Pietersen's views in his controversial autobiography about former coach Andy Flower and wicketkeeper Matt Prior and also urged England players led by Alastair Cook to break their silence on the issue in a broader manner.

Rugby Championship condensed to three rounds in 2015
Rugby Championship condensed to three rounds in 2015

Next year`s Rugby Championship will be condensed into three rounds to fit in with the World Cup in England, with holders New Zealand kicking off the first match against Argentina, SANZAR said Tuesday.

Hodgson takes aim at Rodgers over Sterling's fitness
Hodgson takes aim at Rodgers over Sterling's fitness

England manager Roy Hodgson has risked inflaming his already simmering feud with Brendan Rodgers by criticising the Liverpool manager`s method of keeping Raheem Sterling fit.

IS hostage publishes article explaining propaganda videos

British photojournalist John Cantlie, being held hostage by the Islamic State extremists, has allegedly issued an online article explaining a number of propaganda videos he has appeared in.

United need two more years to challenge for league title: Roy Keane
United need two more years to challenge for league title: Roy Keane

FormerManchester United midfielder and current assistant manager of the Ireland football team Roy Keane has insisted that it would take two more years for the 13-time Premier League champions to become England's top dogs again.

Daniel Vettori named in New Zealand squad for Scotland game
Daniel Vettori named in New Zealand squad for Scotland game

All-rounder Daniel Vettori has raised hopes of a full return to international cricket after being named in a 12-man squad for New Zealand`s one-dayer against Scotland on Wednesday.

Hodgson defends decision to rest `tired` Sterling
Hodgson defends decision to rest `tired` Sterling

Roy Hodgson insists Raheem Sterling`s complaints about tiredness left him with no choice but to rest the Liverpool midfielder for England`s spluttering 1-0 win over Estonia.

Forget Keane or Pietersen, Hodgson is a Dave Sexton fan
Forget Keane or Pietersen, Hodgson is a Dave Sexton fan

Autobiographies by former footballer Roy Keane and ex-England cricketer Kevin Pietersen have dominated the headlines this week but the best book England manager Roy Hodgson has read was by former Manchester United manager Dave Sexton.

England`s Wilshere reveals Alonso inspiration
England`s Wilshere reveals Alonso inspiration

England`s Jack Wilshere has revealed that he has been adapting to his new international role as a holding midfielder by studying footage of Bayern Munich`s Spanish midfield organiser Xabi Alonso.

Cook says Pietersen book has `tarnished` England
Cook says Pietersen book has `tarnished` England

England captain Alastair Cook said Saturday that one of the team`s most successful spells had been "tarnished" by Kevin Pietersen`s controversial autobiography.