Jun 17, 2012
Cricket boards cannot stop players from taking part in the Indian Premier League, but they deserve a return on investment for developing the talent, writes Ahmed Rizvi. Read Article Leagues could be made to pay cricket boards for services of players
Mar 13, 2012
Haroon Lorgat, chief executive of the world governing body, is proud competition is bigger, more diverse and televised for the first time. Read Article World Twenty20 Qualifier proves ICC is pushing the boundaries
Dec 01, 2011
'We've got some seriously good players at the moment, shining in Tests. The chances of them being around in 2017 is zero. That is a particular disappointment.' Read Article Interview: Haroon Lorgat, the outgoing ICC chief
Nov 25, 2011
Chief executive of the International Cricket Council claims Tests are being neglected.
Read Article Lorgat: Cricket boards are not looking at the bigger picture
Feb 07, 2011
Haroon Lorgat expects tournament to be a corruption-free affair in the wake of the spot-fixing scandal. Read Article Haroon Lorgat says World Cup will be corruption-free
Most people don't know anything about the Algerian city selected by the Arab League's cultural arm to be the capital of Arab culture in 2015. Alice Fordham reports from Constantine Constantine, the most beautiful city you've never heard of
Former England cricket captain Adam Hollioake has morphed into a cage fighter and wants to show off his new boxing skills against Carlos Spencer at Fighting Chance Dubai, writes Paul Radley. Hollioake not short on confidence ahead of Fighting Chance
Two of the four refugees will begin new lives in the USA, with the others moving to Sweden and Finland. Tamil refugees sheltering in UAE granted asylum in the USA and Europe
Star Trek's technological feats are ahead of the times - dreamt up almost half a century ago, much of its technology is today a reality. Can’t you beam me up, Scotty?
Action from Malmo and last night's Eurovision Song Contest. In pictures: Eurovision Song Contest 2013
Istanbul's famous mosque tries to strike balance between religion and tourism money by providing tourists with coverings. Thomas Seibert reports Turkey tightens Blue Mosque dress code
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