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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Steve Smith and Aaron Finch led the way with centuries as Australia opened their home summer with a one-day victory over India by 66 runs on Friday in the first men's international played in front of a crowd since March.
For a group of Filipino domestic helpers in Hong Kong, cricket is a chance to escape the difficulties of everyday life.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - KL Rahul is enjoying his wicketkeeper-batsman role in India's limited-overs squad and wants to hold on to the job with three World Cups looming in the next three years.
HONG KONG (AFP): After a long week cooking and cleaning in the cramped households of Hong Kong, a group of Filipino domestic helpers are using their Sunday off for an unlikely hobby: cricket. And they're proving rather good at it.
NEW DELHI (AFP): With a wagging tail, an Indian street dog that lost its front legs in a train accident headed on Wednesday (Nov 18) for a new life in the English countryside.
(Reuters) - Delhi Capitals wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant will miss a week's action in the Indian Premier League (IPL) after sustaining a hamstring injury in Friday's victory over the Rajasthan Royals, his captain Shreyas Iyer said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A number of Australia's leading test players, including batsman Steve Smith and paceman Pat Cummins, look set to face India in the home series without warming up in the Sheffield Shield due to quarantine restrictions, captain Tim Paine said on Tuesday.
SOUTHAMPTON, England (Reuters) - England beat Australia by six wickets in the second Twenty20 match as opening batsman Jos Buttler anchored the run chase to help the home side clinch the three-match series in Southampton on Sunday.
AN uncalled-for felling of dozens of trees, including the majestic saga trees (Adenanthera pavonina), in Jalan Lahat off Jalan Scotland, Penang, has provoked a public outcry.
BENGALURU, India (Reuters) - On June 9, an Indian health education minister posted an infographic on Twitter showing COVID-19 infections and deaths in the city of Bengaluru were running about half the rate in New Zealand, a country acclaimed globally for reining in the disease.