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MUMBAI—Former Test captain Dilip Vengsarkar believes the decision by West Indies players to abandon their one-day tour of India was an insult to Indian fans, and says the team should be made to answer for their actions.

Religion has had both a positive and negative relationship with sports. 

Evin Lewis is showing some form ahead of the West Indies Regional Four-day tournament, as the aggressive left-hander slammed an unbeaten 106 in a national three-day practice match which ended in a draw at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva, yesterday.

Dragon Boat racing took over the shores of St Peters Bay, Chaguaramas last weekend for the Chinese Bicentennial Limited Dragon Boat Festival 2014.

The event marks the final regatta for the season. The two-day event fielded participants from both junior and senior teams nationwide.

ASJA Boys’ College won the open boy’s doubles and the boy’s open team categories when the Scotia Schools Table Tennis Championships served off with team and doubles events at the Jean Pierre Complex, Port-of-Spain, on Saturday. 

Thirteen-year-olds Silini Acosta and Asim Atherton dominated the Under-16 category to snatch titles at the Tobago House of Assembly Tobago Schools Cross Country Championships at Mt Irvine Golf Course, Tobago, on Saturday.

Police FC and North East Stars completed the semifinal line-up in this year’s First Citizens Cup after hard-fought wins over St Ann’s Rangers and ten-man Caledonia AIA respectively on Saturday at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya.

Lionel Dandrade and Tonya Nero won the men’s and women’s open titles respectively when the TTARP (T&T Association of Retired Persons) 5k took place around the Queen’s Park Savannah, on Saturday.

Chairman of West Indies selectors Sir Clive Lloyd has apologised to the people of India for the West Indies team pulling out of their current series against the home team. On Friday, the West Indies team led by Dwayne Bravo played the fourth match of the Micromax limited overs series against Indi

The BCCI is likely to claim damages of at least Rs 400 crore (US$65 million approx) from the WICB for West Indies having pulled out of the tour to India. The BCCI’s working committee will decide whether to go ahead with the claim at a meeting on Tuesday in Hyderabad. West Indies had agreed to pla

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