- IUPUI students get immersed in cricket, the game Updated: Nov-29-13 10:53 am
- A cricketer's courageous battle with stress Updated: Nov-25-13 5:42 pm
- Cartoonist satirizes South African leader, society Updated: Nov-20-13 10:38 am
- Zimbabwe's president: I'm no British clone Updated: Nov-18-13 11:37 am
- Indian cricket great walks off to roars from crowd Updated: Nov-15-13 6:57 am
- Column: A billion reasons why Tendulkar lives on Updated: Nov-15-13 4:20 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Fans of the game cricket, which is mainly popular overseas, hope Indianapolis becomes an American center for the sport and are celebrating a local university's effort to train students in the nuances of the sport.
Jonathan Trott must be one of the strongest, most courageous people in sports. He proved that by trying to play his best cricket for England while battling stress-related illness and proved it again by then acknowledging that he couldn't, at least for now.
JOHANNESBURG - Zapiro, an award-winning South African cartoonist, likes to stir things up, and he did that by putting words in Nelson Mandela's mouth.
HARARE, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe's longtime President Robert Mugabe says he doesn't want anyone to be fooled by his impeccable Western style of dress and his precise, teacherly use of English: He is African through and through.
MUMBAI, India - When the crowd realized it was the end, they were stunned into silence.
Athletes come, athletes go. But Sachin Tendulkar will live on.