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Match: India vs Pakistan, 4th Match Pool B , ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
Date: Sun, Feb 15, 2015
Start Time: 3:30 AM GMT
Venue: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

Umpires: Ian Gould , Richard Kettleborough 3rd Umpire: Steve Davis

Match Referee: Ranjan Madugalle India Squad:

Playing XI: Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, Ajinkya Rahane, MS Dhoni, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohit Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav Bench: Ambati Rayudu, Stuart Binny, Axar Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Pakistan Squad:

Playing XI: Ahmed Shehzad, Younis Khan, Haris Sohail, Misbah-ul-Haq, Sohaib Maqsood, Umar Akmal, Shahid Afridi, Wahab Riaz, Yasir Shah, Sohail Khan, Mohammad Irfan Bench: Nasir Jamshed, Sarfraz Ahmed, Ehsan Adil, Rahat Ali Score Board: India 300/7 (50 overs)

Kohli man of the match Kohli : 107 Runs , Man of the Match

Today #ViratKohli has become first Indian to score a century against Pak in #WorldCup. Highest before this is Sachin's 98. #IndvsPak."

PAK 224-all out (47.0 Ovs)

India Won The Match Against 1st match in world cup 2015.

R.Sharma. Runs 15, Balls, 20 Fours: 2

S.Dhawan. Runs 73, Balls, 76 Fours: 7

V.Kohli. Runs, 107, Balls, 126, Fours, 8

M.Dhoni. Runs, 18, Balls, 13, Fours 1, Six 1.

R.Jadeja . Runs. 3, Balls, 5,

Man of the Match Virat Kohli: Well it's probably one of the biggest ton I've had. Always a pressure game for us against Pakistan who always fight hard and that feels very special. I know there will be comparisons (with Sachin Tendulkar) when you succeed for at this level but I enjoy my game. I love to play hard and compete, I hate losing and that has been my game ever since I got here in Australia. Just tried to lay the platform for the big-hitters like MS to play with freedom in the end. Like to thank the crowd for supporting us and we will continue to work hard for them in this tournament.

Dhoni Told , When your bating in the 1st 10 overs we have to get good scores, appreciated Kohli .

He also told he don't want express winning emotions in public for an sarcastic question .

A slower full ball on middle, Sohail tries to go downtown but ends up skying it way, way high in the air. Umesh Yadav settles under it towards mid on and takes a sound catch to give India a victory by 76 runs. India maintain their winning record against Pakistan, go 6-0 up in World Cup games.

15.02.2015. 11:33

New broadcast features all set to make icc cricket world cup cricket’s ‘greatest’ extravaganza

World Cup 2015

New broadcast features all set to make icc cricket world cup cricket’s ‘greatest’ extravaganza

The start of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is upon us and host broadcaster and ICC global media rights partner Star Sports is gearing up its production to make sure that the 2.5 billion people who have access to the live pictures from more than 200 territories around the world will enjoy an unrivaled spectator experience on their viewing platforms.

It won’t be possible for all cricket fans to be in the venues to watch the action first-hand so the next best thing will be ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 broadcast’s array of on-air enhancements and compelling and new graphic presentation to accompany the insightful and trusted voices of its expert group of commentators.

The production of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will be in the High Definition (HD) format and audiences will enjoy the most riveting experience as each and every match will be covered by at least 29 cameras, including Ultramotion cameras, Spidercam at 13 matches and the drone camera at all the knock out matches. Technology in use includes Real Time Snicko and LED stumps. Other innovative features will be introduced for the latter stages of the event.

worldcup-2015-Tv-Live

For the first time ever cricket will be covered using cutting edge 4K technology. To bring its viewers closer to the game, Star Sports will produce live coverage of seven matches in 4K, including the semi-finals and the final. The live broadcast will feature more than 30 commentators, past ICC Cricket World Cup winners and legends of the game from the leading participating countries. These include Wasim Akram, Russell Arnold, Michael Atherton, Ian Bishop, Allan Border, Ian Botham, Simon Doull, Rahul Dravid, Damien Fleming, Sourav Ganguly, Sunil Gavaskar, Matthew Hayden, Michael Hussey, Dean Jones, Nasser Hussain, Brendon Julian, Nick Knight, Brett Lee, David Lloyd, Sanjay Manjrekar, Damien Martyn, Mpumelelo Mbangwa, Tom Moody, Shaun Pollock, Rameez Raja, Mark Richardson, Michael Slater, Ian Smith, Scott Styris, Mark Taylor, Shane Warne, Mark Waugh alongside Harsha Bhogle, Mark Nicholas and Alan Wilkins.

ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said: “We expect the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 to be the most viewed cricket event in the history of the game. With a great line up of commentators and innovative features, it promises to be an event to remember and the biggest and greatest sporting event anywhere in the world this year.

“And for those people around the world who can’t be there in person, Star Sports and its broadcast licensees’ coverage will ensure that 2.5 billion people can view every single game from across all 14 venues in Australia and New Zealand.”

Star India CEO Uday Shankar said: “Cricket's most prestigious event is upon us. As big as the event is, nothing is greater than brilliant sportsmanship that will eventually define Cricket's World Cup. That defining moment may be in India successfully defending its World Champion title or a new nation rising to glory. Whatever the outcome in cricket's greatest face-off in Australia and New Zealand, this edition of the Cup promises to be bigger and better.

While now synonymous with broadcast innovations and firsts, Star won't rest on its laurels and would ensure that fans feel closer to the game and their heroes, like never before. The scale of the broadcast will be unprecedented. 4 production teams with 7 state-of-the-art technology kits will cover action from each of the 49 games across the 14 stadia in Australia and New Zealand in 44 days, to create an exciting visual spectacle for Cricket fans all around the world.

“The top quality action will be broadcast in multi lingual feeds in India, in seven languages, brought together by Star’s expansive world feed, Hindi and regional commentary panel consisting of 13 former skippers, 20 World Cup winners and 26 World Cup semi-finalists. We will be working closely with 45 of our channel partners across the globe, making this one of the most widely covered ICC Cricket World Cup.”

In addition to live coverage of the 49 tournament matches, Star Sports will also produce live broadcast coverage for the warm-up matches from Adelaide and Sydney. To complement the television coverage, live online and mobile streaming will be visible on digital channels of most official broadcasters, while starsports.com will also stream the matches live in territories where television broadcast is unavailable.

There will also be extensive radio coverage of the ICC CWC 2015. In Australia, national broadcaster Australian Broadcasting Corporation will be broadcasting all matches live while CrocMedia will provide live coverage of all Australia matches, the semifinals and the final. In the other host country New Zealand, Sport Radio will provide radio coverage. Outside of the host countries, the event will have ball by ball commentary from the BBC (UK), All India Radio (India), SLCB (Sri Lanka), SABC (South Africa), 107 FM (Pakistan) and Channel 2 (Middle East and the USA).

The ICC has also tied up with news access agencies SNTV, Perform and Thomson Reuters to provide news broadcasters around the world with 90-second match highlights, subject to these highlights being used in bonafide news programmes within 24 hours of end of the relevant match, for editorial purposes only. Source: http://www.icc-cricket.com/

07.02.2015. 20:24

Darts Championship Winner

Darts Championship Winner

Darts Championship Winner Darts Championship Winner

Shri Devi won the ‘Women’s Singles National Darts Championship title

Shri Devi represented Tamilnadu won the ‘Women’s Singles National Darts Championship title’ in International Darts Federation National Darts Championship conducted by Gujarat Darts Association held on Jan.16 to 19 at the Delhi Public School, Surat, Gujarat.

Shri Devi defeated veteran darts player Ayesha Sayed of Maharashtra - 5:4 in the finals. She is employee of RR Donnelley and was sponsored by Target Darts & BVK Group of Chennai.

She skilled at the Flying Barons Darts club run by Darts Corp, the official distributors of TARGET DARTS in India. Shri devi is a member of Flying Barons Darts Club, Chakrapani Street, West Mambalam.

Shri Devi told to us that her maiden victory is just the beginning and she is working towards her target of winning the International championship.

Nitin Kumar of Tamil Nadu and Ashfaque Sayed of Maharashtra qualified as the doubles team to represent India at the World Cup of Darts in Germany.

Founder, Darts Corp and International Darts Player and Coach , Mr.Venu Pillai said that free training is being given to school students at the centre. The game is suitable for all age group it includes housewife, office goers and senior citizens.

He said that individuals or corporate interested in promoting the game in their organizations are welcomed .For more details please contact 9840030430 or email at dartsindia@yahoo.com.

25.01.2015. 21:57

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