Rains declared a natural disaster in South Africa after World Cup loss
After yet another loss in the knockout stage of the Cricket World Cup, the South African government has moved swiftly to declare rains a natural disaster.
Saddened by Sachin’s retirement, 50-over Cricket also calls it quits
Following the ODI retirement of Sachin Tendulkar, the sport of Cricket has also decided to end its foray in the 50-over format with immediate effect.
On a Time Machine with IPL, to the year 2084
Tanay Sukumar, and Ankur Nigam, January 9, 2011 (This story is set in the future.) December 23, 2084 “Batsmen will decide which bowlers they want to play.” “Fielding restrictions will be decided by the highest bidder during the IPL auction.” “Cheerleaders will be tested and then selected by Boney Tiwari, grandson of late Congressman N…
Sachin Tendulkar to donate half of his runs to lesser batsmen and charity
Indian batting star Sachin Tendulkar has announced that he would soon be giving away (“donating”) half of his runs to lesser batsmen and to charity. Tendulkar made the decision after reaching his 50th Test century.
Duckworth and Lewis admit they never intended to provide fair results in cricket matches
Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis have admitted in an interview to a UK magazine that they never actually intended to provide proper results in cricket matches disrupted by rain.
I wish to play World Cup 2031: Tendulkar
Indian cricket star Sachin Tendulkar had not retired when this piece was written. (He retired from international cricket in 2012.) The interview in this piece is set in the year 2029, assuming Tendulkar has still not retired.