India will send a manned flight into space by 2022, premier Narendra Modi announced as part of India’s independence day celebrations.
A 12th-century statue of the Buddha stolen from India nearly 60 years ago is to be returned to the country after it was discovered at a trade fair in the UK decades later.
Ben Stokes is back in England’s Test reckoning against India this weekend, but must still wait significantly longer to discover any further consequences following his affray acquittal.
England have added Ben Stokes to their squad for this weekend’s third Test after his acquittal at Bristol Crown Court.
Ben Stokes’ hopes of resuming his international career promptly appear set to lie in the hands of an independent Cricket Discipline Commission.
England have vindicated Trevor Bayliss’ confidence that they can set aside Ben Stokes’ absence and produce their A game against India.
England have left Ben Stokes out of an unchanged 13-man squad for this week’s third Specsavers Test against India at Trent Bridge.
Trevor Bayliss is heartened that England have hit on a winning formula against India – even without Ben Stokes.
England upped the ante against India at Lord’s, following their thrilling win in the first Test with an innings trouncing of the tourists this time.
Joe Root has every right to be optimistic “special commodity” James Anderson can stick around to keep helping England win Test matches after his nine wickets at Lord’s overwhelmed India.
Joe Root hopes “special commodity” James Anderson can stick around to keep helping England win Test matches after his nine wickets at Lord’s overwhelmed India.
Stuart Broad and James Anderson took charge as England surged into a 2-0 series lead with an innings-and-159-run victory over India in the rain-ravaged Lord’s Test.
New father Chris Woakes gave himself extra reason to celebrate with a brilliant maiden Test century on his Lord’s comeback.
Chris Woakes’ maiden Test century and record stand with Jonny Bairstow put England out of sight against India on day three of the second Specsavers Test at Lord’s.
James Anderson admits he would have been furious if he had let India off the hook in perfect conditions after helping to bowl them out for 107 at Lord’s.
James Anderson needs just one more wicket to become the first to reach 100 at Lord’s after England piled on the pressure in the rain-ravaged second Specsavers Test.
England removed Virat Kohli as the highlight of a profitable final session that saw India reduced to 69 for six in the stop-start second day of a rain-ravaged second Specsavers Test.
A dramatic downpour stopped England in their tracks again after James Anderson helped to put India in big trouble on a stop-start second day in the rain-ravaged Lord’s Test.
James Anderson led the way as England put India in big trouble on a stop-start second day in the rain-ravaged Lord’s Test.
James Anderson gave England a wonderful start with two quick wickets in the rain-ravaged second Specsavers Test at Lord’s.
James Anderson gave England a wonderful start to the second Specsavers Test with two quick wickets before rain returned to interrupt play at Lord’s.
Torrential monsoon rains have killed at least 26 people in flooding, landslides and house collapses in the southern Indian state of Kerala, with more than 15,500 people taking shelter in state-run relief camps.
England and India must update their plans after Lord’s first washout in 17 years reduced the second Specsavers Test to a four-day match.
Lord’s suffered its first washout in 17 years as rain prevented any play between England and India on day one of the second Specsavers Test.
Rain delayed the start of the second Specsavers Test between England and India at Lord’s.
Joe Root is refusing to get ahead of himself against India at Lord’s as he begins to put his stamp on the England captaincy.
Virat Kohli refuses to believe his fellow India batsmen cannot follow his lead and put England under pressure in the second Specsavers Test at Lord’s.
Joe Root must take another important step against India at Lord’s as he begins to put his stamp on the England captaincy.
England captain Joe Root believes batting at four could be “quite a jump” for Ollie Pope but is confident the Surrey youngster will rise to the challenge in the second Test against India.
An Indian sailor who was stranded aboard a ship moored at Great Yarmouth for 18 months is preparing to return home after a legal stalemate was broken.