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  • Cook, Jennings defy Ind on final morning

    England openers Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings survived some nervy moments on the final morning of the fifth Test against India on Tuesday as the tourists look to bat out the day and prevent a 4-0 series defeat.

  • England team's security plans leaked!

    The England management have been left concerned and unimpressed after the security plans for their stay in Chennai were found on a public computer.

  • Nair hits maiden ton, Ind set for first-innings lead

    India's Karun Nair struck his maiden Test century to keep the hosts on course for a handy first-innings lead against England on day four of the final Test on Monday.

  • Rahul, Patel give Ind solid start

    India's makeshift opening pair of Lokesh Rahul and Parthiv Patel struck fifties to lead the hosts' strong reply to England's first innings total of 477 on day three of the fifth and final Test on Sunday.

  • Vardah disrupts Chennai prep

    The England and Indian training sessions were cancelled Wednesday owing to unfit ground conditions at the MA Chidambaram stadium in cyclone-battered Chennai which hosts the fifth and final Test from Friday.

  • On This Day: Saeed Anwar smashes the record books

    Pakistan’s flamboyant opener, the left-handed Saeed Anwar etched his name into the record books when he broke the 13-year-old ODI landmark of 189 set by Vivian Richards on May 21, 1997 at Chennai's MA Chidambaram Stadium.

  • Taskin to reassess bowling action

    Suspension of Taskin has been upheld by a judicial commissioner. Taskin can now apply to ICC for a reassessment of his bowling action.

  • WI beat Bangladesh women by 49 runs

    Bangladesh women fall short by 49 runs in the must win game against West Indies women in ICC Women’s World Twenty20 at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, India.

  • Cancer can’t defeat my mom, says Diti’s daughter

    Celebrity actress Parveen Sultana Diti is renowned in the Bangladeshi film industry for her eternal beauty and versatile talent. Behind her tender appearance and bold persona, she is suffering from cancer.

  • Chennai flood: Clean up begins

    A major clean-up operation is under way in the the southern Indian city of Chennai (Madras) after a week of devastating floods.

  • Power supply restored as Chennai floodwaters recede

    Power has been restored in many parts of the southern Indian city of Chennai days after severe floods hit the city.

  • Flood waters recede as Chennai rain eases

    Floodwaters start receding from parts of the southern Indian city of Chennai (Madras), hours after it experienced a respite from rain.

  • Chennai floods: Race to rescue victims

    A massive rescue operation is under way to reach stranded people in the flood-hit southern Indian city of Chennai (Madras).

  • Deadly flood hits Chennai and Sri Lanka

    More than 70 people are killed as incessant rains continue to batter the southern Indian city of Chennai, media reports say.

  • South Indian actress Manorama dies

    One of the best-known South Indian actresses, Gopishantha - better-known by her stage name Manorama, dies of a heart attack in the city of Chennai.

  • Court clears Jayalalitha of corruption

    An appeals court in India clears former chief minister of the southern state of Tamil Nadu Jayaram Jayalalitha of involvement in a corruption scandal.