Royal Challengers Bangalore's bowling coach Allan Donald has said the team is eagerly looking forward to the arrival of Australian World Cup hero Mitchell Starc
Former South Africa fast bowler Allan Donald has stepped down from his role as bowling coach of the national side after four years in the job
An judge told an Ohio man this week that he is legally dead — even though he’s very much alive. In 1994, Judge Allan Davis declared Donald Miller, now 61, dead, eight years after Miller had disappeared from his rental home. Miller’sShow More Summary
Donald Eugene Miller Jr. is truly a dead man walking. He went to Judge Allan Davis at Hancock County Probate Court to inform the court that he was very much alive despite Davis’ ruling that he was deceased in 1994. He was surprised, however, when Davis said that there was nothing he could do. Miller […]
Hard Case Crime publishes hardboiled crime fiction by Stephen King, Donald Westlake, James M. Cain, Michael Crichton, Mickey Spillane, Max Allan Collins, and other greats.
In their latest book, The Betrayal of the American Dream, Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele present a compelling case that America's middle class is in danger of extinction unless our government reverses course on major policies it has pursued over the last four decades.
Ashok Dinda’s reputation is rising. He has played for India, takes wickets for fun in the IPL - despite being in a team of International stars - and has been endorsed by no less than Allan Donald. He may not have a perfect bowling action, but he is certainly successful as a fast bowler. Show More Summary
Adam Parore in the New Zealand Herald writes that former South Africa fast bowler Allan Donald, who has been recently appointed New Zealand's fast bowling coach, will play a key role in helping the bowlers master the art of reverse swing - something that will play a key role in the World Cup, in the subcontinent.