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Governor orders subway train redesign, because he thought it looked like a cricket

Jakarta's 9.6 million people will soon welcome the city's first subway train system — but not before the trains get a design overhaul. The reason? Governors thought the train looked "too much like..

WATCH: AB de Villiers slams fastest ODI hundred off just 31 balls against West Indies

The South African broke the record of the fastest ODI ton, previously held by New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson, who scored a hundred off 36 balls against West Indies on January 1, 2014.
Zee News

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News video: Wicb Renames Itself As Cricket West Indies

Wicb Renames Itself As Cricket West Indies 02:10

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has changed it’s name and created an entity to handle its commercial aspects, in an attempt to make the organisation profitable.
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News video: Prince Harry meets Windies cricket legends in Antigua

Prince Harry meets Windies cricket legends in Antigua 00:48

Prince Harry shows off his cricketing skills with kids and meets with West Indies cricket legends Sir Vivian Richards, Sir Andy Roberts and Sir Curtly Ambrose as he begins his 14 day official visit to..
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For Carlos Brathwaite West Indies' duty comes first despite T20 lure from BBL

West Indies star Carlos Brathwaite has reiterated his commitment to playing international cricket, despite the demand for his services in Twenty20 leagues across the globe.

PCB hopeful of hosting international cricket in Pakistan despite being snubbed by West Indies

A Cricket West Indies delegation had been expected to visit later this month to assess the security situation in the country, ahead of the proposed tour in March.
Zee News

PCB hopeful despite West Indies snub to play in Pakistan

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) remains hopeful of hosting international cricket here soon despite a decision by Cricket West Indies to pass on an offer of a two-game Twenty20 International series in..

West Indies Cricket Board renames itself to Cricket West Indies

Dave Cameron announced a name-change of the organisation to Cricket West Indies.
Zee News

Sport24.co.za | West Indies axes Pakistan tour

Pakistan's hopes of hosting international cricket matches suffered another setback after the West Indies refused to compete in a short T20 series in th country.
News24 Also reported by •SuperSport

Watch: India vs WICB President XI 2nd practice match

Saint Kitts (West Indies), July 15 (ANI): The Indian Cricket team, who are in the Caribbean for the upcoming four-match test series against West Indies, saw its players engaged in the practice match..
ANI News

WI cricket team captains pose with World Cup T20 trophies in Kolkata

Kolkata, Apr 04 (ANI): A day after winning the World cup T20, both West Indies women and men cricket team was seen celebrating their victory. West Indies captain Darren Sammy was seen posing for a..
ANI News

Indian cricket team leaves for West Indies tour

Mumbai, July 06 (ANI): The Indian cricket team left for West Indies on Wednesday to play the four-atch test series against the host. The series against the Caribbean team starting July 21 marks the..
ANI News

Windies reject proposal to tour Pak citing security concerns

[West Indies], Jan.13 (ANI): The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has rejected the proposed tour to Pakistan after the security concerns raised by the Federation of International Cricketers'
Sify Also reported by •Zee News

Pakistan tour of West Indies: Kensington Oval to host second Test

The historic Kensington Oval ground will host its ninth Test cricket match in 10 years when Pakistan tours the West Indies later this year.

Windies to host Pakistan for three Tests, three ODIs, two T20s

[West Indies], Jan.12 (ANI): West Indies will host Pakistan for a seven-week long cricket tour from March to May, featuring two T20Is, three ODIs and as many Test matches spread across five venues

Cricket-West Indies to host Pakistan with eye on rankings

Jan 12 (Reuters) - West Indies will host a full series, including three tests, against Pakistan beginning on March 31, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has said.
Reuters India

Pakistan to tour West Indies for 3 tests, 3 ODIs and 2 T20s

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (AP) " West Indies will host Pakistan for a two-month tour from March to May, playing three tests and a series of limited over matches.The West Indies Cricket Board said in a..
New Zealand Herald

West Indies: Jimmy Adams appointed as new Director of Cricket


Adams confirmed as WICB's new director Of cricket

. John's (Antigua), Jan 11 (IANS) The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has confirmed the appointment of former captain Jimmy Adams as its new director.

Ind A vs Eng: Rahane and Raina in team, but focus on Rishabh Pant in 2nd warm-up game

The mountain of runs that he has plundered so far in first-class cricket has ensured that the focus is trained on young Rishabh Pant as India A get ready to take on visiting England in the second and..

Sport24.co.za | Adams appointed new West Indies director

West Indies turned to former batsman Jimmy Adams to help rebuild the side as he was named their new director of cricket.

Jimmy Adams appointed as new director of West Indies Cricket Board, Richard Pybus steps down

West Indies are still without a head coach after the departure of Phil Simmons in September, just five months after their stunning World T20 triumph.
Zee News

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