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by  Shashi Shukla  •  Last updated on 2022-06-20 12:14:47


Yuvraj Singh Reveals Name Of Baby Boy

Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh and his wife Hazel Keech revealed their baby boy's name this Father's Day. Yuvraj's social media post - with the caption "Welcome to the world Orion Keech Singh" - has been showered with love from thousands of netizens.


We wish all the success for the little one.

Ex-Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria raises concern over Rishabh Pant's fitness

Pant is leading Team India in the ongoing T20I series against South Africa. It seems - in these recent matches - the cricketer has been struggling with the bat. He has managed to score just 57 runs in four matches. Nevertheless, he has also been receiving praise for his captaincy.

England's Katherine Brunt Announces Retirement

The 36-year-old Seam bowler has announced her retirement from test cricket, but will carry on playing one-day and T20 internationals. "Test cricket is my absolute passion and to retire from this format was truly a heart-breaking choice to make but it allows me to prioritise white-ball cricket," Brunt said.

Pakistan Cricket Board suspends coach after molestation allegations

One of PCB's national level coaches, Nadeem Iqbal of Multan region, has been suspended. "... he kept on sexually molestating me and also involved his friends. He also had me video taped and later kept on blackmailing me," the victim alleged in a video message. " .... our inquiry will find out if he was in breach of his terms of contract with us," a PCB official has confirmed.


Pension of former cricketers and umpires increased

The Indian Cricketers Association (ICA) has welcomed BCCI's decision to raise the pension of former Test and first-class cricketers, along with retired umpires. The raise is expected to help in these days of rising prices and falling interest income. This worldwide phenomenon has made things difficult for people from every sector, and not just the sports industry.