Anderson, Broad, Bell out of England ODI squad

England omitted several senior players, including pacemen James Anderson and Stuart Broad, as well as senior batsman Ian Bell, from their one-day squad announced Tuesday for their upcoming series with World Cup finalists New Zealand.

Zimbabwe continues Pakistan cricket tour despite `suicide bomb`
Zimbabwe continues Pakistan cricket tour despite `suicide bomb`

 Dismissed as a power transformer blast initially, the explosion near the venue of the second Pakistan-Zimbabwe ODI cricket match was a terror attack but the tourists have decided to continue with the series, which ends on Sunday.

Blast outside Gaddafi Stadium a suicide attack: Pakistan's information minister Pervaiz Rashid
Blast outside Gaddafi Stadium a suicide attack: Pakistan's information minister Pervaiz Rashid

 Pakistan's information minister Pervaiz Rashid has said the blast that killed two people, including a police officer, near the Gaddafi Stadium here was a suicide attack.

Pakistan break Team India's long-standing ODI record at home soil
Pakistan break Team India's long-standing ODI record at home soil

One-day cricket resumed in style at the Gaddafi stadium on Tuesday as Pakistan broke Team India's seven-year-old record of highest team total in 50-over format on Pakistan soil.

Pakistani cricketers give home fans perfect entertainment after several years of no action
Pakistani cricketers give home fans perfect entertainment after several years of no action

Pakistan cricket team have given the fans of its nation a lot to cheer about and have entertained them fully so far after another victory against visitors Zimbabwe on Tuesday.

Brendon McCullum keeps ODI retirement suspense alive
Brendon McCullum keeps ODI retirement suspense alive

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum kept everyone guessing about his retirement from ODI cricket as he didn't want the spotlight to be drawn away from Australia's convincing victory in the World Cup final.

Michael Clarke goes MSD way, wants ODI rules changed
Michael Clarke goes MSD way, wants ODI rules changed

Echoing Mahendra Singh Dhoni's views on the ODI four-fielder rule, Australian captain Michael Clarke said he would like to have five fielders outside the 30-yard circle as it gives the bowlers more of a chance.

ICC World Cup: Shahid Afridi thanks supporters, praises Misbah-ul-Haq
ICC World Cup: Shahid Afridi thanks supporters, praises Misbah-ul-Haq

Pakistani all-rouner Shahid Afridi followed the steps of Sri Lankan stalwarts Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene and fellow teammate Misbah-ul-Haq in retiring from ODI cricket. The Pakistani icon finally bid farewell to a glorious 19-year-old career but it ended on the wrong note as his side lost a crucial quarter-final encounter against Australia in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2015 on Friday.

Cricket fraternity lauds Mahela Jayawardene, Kumar Sangakkara as legends end ODI career
Cricket fraternity lauds Mahela Jayawardene, Kumar Sangakkara as legends end ODI career

The cricketing world enters another sad day as Sri Lankan legends Mahela Jayawardena and Kumar Sangakkara bid adieu to the game after serving for more than 15 years. Sri Lanka ended their campaign on Wednesday in the on going ICC 2015 Cricket World up after losing to South Africa by nine wickets in the quarter-finals.

World Cup will cement ODI game's standing: ICC
World Cup will cement ODI game's standing: ICC

ICC Chief Executive David Richardson feels ODI cricket is a perfect bridge between Test and Twenty20 International and said the 50-over World Cup starting next week will cement ODI game's standing in future.

Taijul Islam's hat-trick on debut guides Bangladesh to 5-0 win over Zimbabwe
Taijul Islam's hat-trick on debut guides Bangladesh to 5-0 win over Zimbabwe

Young Bangladesh spinner Taijul Islam on Monday became the first bowler in history to claim a hat-trick on his debut in one-day cricket, achieving the feat against Zimbabwe in Dhaka.

England set for bumper South African tour next year
England set for bumper South African tour next year

England will play four tests, five one-day internationals and two Twenty20 matches on a 10-week tour of South Africa during the 2015/16 summer season.

India vs Sri Lanka: Still have lots to achieve, says Rohit Sharma after record double ton
India vs Sri Lanka: Still have lots to achieve, says Rohit Sharma after record double ton

He is the first batsman to notch up two double hundreds in ODI cricket but Rohit Sharma says he has a lot more to achieve in the game as expectations and responsibilities are only going to increase as he progresses in his career.

DNA: Schoolboy commits suicide after being beaten up by teachers

A 12-year-old boy has committed suicide in a Rajasthan school, leaving behind a suicide note in which he accused three teachers of beating him for not doing his homework.

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India becomes the highest run scoring team in ODI history

History was created in the first ODI match between India and South Africa when Shikhar Dhawan scored his first boundary and India became the highest run scoring team in ODI history.

Virat Kohli misses 18th ODI ton, becomes highest run-getter in 2013

In-form Virat Kohli once again played a brilliant knock but he missed his 18th ODI ton by one run in the 2nd ODI match between West Indies and India being played at Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam.

Top-ranked ODI batsman Virat Kohli turns 25

Virat Kohli, who became the top-ranked ODI batsman on Sunday on account of his superlative batsmanship against Australia in a seven-match series, turns 25 today.

Adjusting to new ODI rules overseas will be challenging: Dhoni

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni Tuesday said playing under new rules in ODI cricket will be their main challenge in the Champions Trophy beginning June 6 in England and Wales.

De Villiers says `settling comfortably` as Proteas ODI captain

AB de Villiers has claimed he is settling comfortably in his role as South Africa`s one-day captain after coming through one of his toughest matches in charge against Pakistan in Johannesburg.

Afridi cries fowl over new ICC rules

Pakistan all rounder Shahid Afridi has claimed the new one-day rules introduced by the International Cricket Council ( ICC) late last year has made it tough for the slow bowlers in the fifty-over format.