England's cricket tour of India in September postponed due to Coronavirus pandemic
The England and Wales Cricket Board said the postponed tour will now take place in early 2021. No new dates for the rescheduled tour have been announced.
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Australian players told get ready for England series as T20 WC set to be postponed: Reports
The report also stated that if Cricket Australia decides on allowing its players to play in the IPL, "..the ideal scenario would be they could go straight from the England limited overs series to wherever the T20 league is held in Middle East or Asia" The Australian team is, therefore, now preparing for ODIs and T20s against England in an away series.
Bank of England makes no changes to stimulus push
The BoE, announcing no change to its key interest rate which stands at just 0.1% or its huge bond-buying programme, said it expected the economy would not recover its end-2019 size until the end of next year.
Sony Pictures Networks India ropes in 8 sponsors for England-West Indies test series
The broadcaster has signed three co-presenting sponsors — Games24x7 (My11Circle), Skoda Auto and ITC Deodorant (Engage). The five associate sponsors include Byju’s, Bharti Airtel, Maruti Suzuki, Mobile Premier League and Dafa News.
Bank of England says banks are able to support COVID-hit economy
Companies could suffer a cash flow deficit of up to 200 billion pounds, and lenders could suffer credit losses of less than 80 billion pounds, the BoE's Financial Policy Committee said in its Financial Stability Report.
Yes to ‘Black Lives Matter’ emblem, no to Dhoni’s dagger insignia – is the ICC really being a hypocrite?
Earlier this week, the ICC allowed West Indies to wear the ‘Black Lives Matter’ emblem on their shirts. Indian cricket fans termed it ‘hypocrisy’ as the governing body had denied Dhoni the permission to use dagger insignia last year. But is the ICC really being unfair?
Second wave? Britain imposes a tougher lockdown in swathes of northern England
Britain reported its highest number of new COVID-19 infections in more than a month on Thursday, as ministers fretted about a second wave of cases in Europe and warned more quarantine restrictions were possible.
Former England defender Kenny Sansom in hospital with 'head injury'
"Kenny is currently ill in hospital. He is being well cared for and does not have COVID-19," said a statement on his Twitter account.
Indian-origin executive Dipesh J Shah to chair England's highways firm
An Indian-origin executive who has worked across leading public and private sector firms in the UK has been selected as the new Chair of Highways England, the British government-owned company charged with operating, maintaining and improving England's highways and major road infrastructure.
India remains 2021 Men’s T20 World Cup host, Women’s ODI World Cup postponed to 2022
ICC confirmed that the T20 World Cup 2020 that was postponed due to COVID-19 will be held in Australia in 2022. India will host the T20 World Cup 2021 as planned.
Cricket Australia postpones three-match T20I series against West Indies
It was supposed to be a warm-up series ahead of the T20 World Cup but with the showpiece event being postponed last month due to the global health crisis, the two cricket boards decided to postpone it.
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Ganguly had inherited a directionless cricket board, and after his short tenure that ended on Sunday, it’s still as directionless.