View From the Middle: Keeping wickets in hand for those final overs is now the name of the game
You learn to not make eye contact with men, to avoid crowds, and to shield yourself with scarves and bags
The woman who gatecrashed India's parade at the Olympic opening ceremony apologised today for her "error of judgement" and said she did not breach security at the London Games.
Factories and workshops across India are up and running again, a day after a major system collapse led to a second day of power outages and the worst blackout in history.
Jorma Elo's new dance for Scottish Ballet is a polyglot piece of childlike experiment and joy
Bijayini Satpathy has a terrifying stare. One of the three dancers of the Nrityagram Dance Ensemble, she performs storytelling dances in the Indian classical style Odissi. When she evokes the destructive qualities of gods and goddesses, she goes from feminine delicacy to a fierce glare, looking perfectly ready to dance the world to death.
England 201-8 Ireland 117-8 (England win by 11 runs - D/L method)
The Irish marked their great World Cup victory against the English yesterday. If they were not exactly dancing in O'Connell Street, the match in which they chased down a record 329 to win was prominently featured on media outlets all day.
England 327-8 Ireland 329-7 (Ireland win by three wickets)
Men say their rights are violated by a law that protects brides.
From hero to zero may be pushing it to define Jimmy Anderson's recent career path. Bowlers who perform as he did to win the Ashes for England do not suddenly shed the craft and skill that took them to such heady places.
Fans queueing to buy tickets for England's World Cup match against India have clashed with police outside the stadium in Bangalore.
Neville Wadia was only a child when his parents sat him down and told about the deadly disease that plagued his community.
Mumbai cricket officials remain confident the Wankhede Stadium will stage the World Cup final despite news today the venue has yet to meet fire safety standards.
Ricky Ponting will be fit for the World Cup. The Australian captain, speaking at yesterday's Allan Border Ceremony in Melbourne, said he was confident he will have recovered sufficiently from a broken finger to be part of the Australian team when the competition begins in just under two weeks.