WI Vs IND | 1st Test Aug 22, 2019
IND 235/7 (77.3)
SL Vs NZ | 2nd Test Aug 22, 2019
SL 144/6 (66.0)
ENG Vs AUS | 3rd Test Aug 22, 2019
AUS 44/2 (12.4)
IR Vs IB | Match 2 Aug 23, 2019
IR 163/2 (68.0)
SL Vs BT | Match 15 Aug 23, 2019
BT 6/0 (1.4)
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Dec 15, 2012
Russia rejects blame in death of ex-spy LitvinenkoMOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia denied on Friday it had a role in the death of Kremlin critic and former spy Alexander Litvinenko in London six years ago, dismissing a statement made during a British inquest into his fatal poisoning with radioactive polonium-210.
Dec 13, 2012
Editor of Britain's Times newspaper steps downLONDON (Reuters) - James Harding stepped down as editor of Rupert Murdoch's Times daily on Wednesday in the latest upheaval at the mogul's troubled British newspaper business. No formal reason was given but Harding indicated the decision had been forced on him in his resignation speech to staff.
Dec 09, 2012
Belfast rally demands return of British flagBELFAST (Reuters) - Around 2,000 pro-British loyalists rallied in central Belfast on Saturday for the return of the British flag to the roof of city hall after a vote by Irish nationalist councillors to remove it sparked a week of rioting.
Nov 29, 2012
PM Cameron opposes press law after hacking scandalLONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday that he had serious concerns about legislation to regulate the media, risking a split in his coalition after a damning inquiry triggered by a phone-hacking scandal proposed a press watchdog backed in law. Opposing a legal foundation to an independent press regulator will delight the British media ahead of the 2015 election but will deepen a divide in Cameron's coalition government and within his own party. "We should be wary of any legislation that has the potential to infringe free speech and the free press," Cameron told parliament, watched from the chamber's gallery by victims of tabloid newspaper phone-hacking who have campaigned for tougher rules governing Britain's recalcitrant media.
Oct 16, 2012
Ex-Murdoch executive Brooks given 7 mln pounds pay-off - FTLONDON (Reuters) - Former newspaper executive Rebekah Brooks received a pay-off totalling more than 7 million pounds following her resignation from Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper group last year, the Financial Times said on Tuesday.
Sep 29, 2012
Missing UK schoolgirl found with maths teacher in FranceBORDEAUX, France (Reuters) - A runaway British schoolgirl and her 30-year-old maths teacher were picked up by police in the southern French city of Bordeaux on Friday, after a week-long manhunt which gripped U.K.
Sep 28, 2012
British, Chinese among 19 dead in Nepal plane crashKATHMANDU (Reuters) - A small plane struck a bird and crashed shortly after takeoff from the Nepali capital of Kathmandu on Friday, killing 19 people, including seven British and five Chinese passengers, officials said.
Sep 19, 2012
British fugitive shoots dead two unarmed policewomenLONDON (Reuters) - One of Britain's most wanted fugitives killed two unarmed policewomen on Tuesday in a gun and grenade ambush, police said, killings which are likely to reignite a long-running debate over whether British officers should carry guns.
Sep 18, 2012
Interview: Italian editor defends topless Kate photosMILAN (Reuters) - The editor of an Italian gossip magazine that ran pictures of Prince William's wife sunbathing topless defended his decision on Monday, saying they were harmless and that the terrace where she was relaxing was visible from a street.
Sep 15, 2012
Irish Star breaks ranks to publish topless Kate photosDUBLIN (Reuters) - An Irish tabloid newspaper broke ranks with its British and Irish rivals to publish topless pictures of the wife of Prince William on Saturday, angering its British co-owners and risking legal action from the royal family.