India vs Australia: Virat Kohli's aggression shouldn't be mistaken for arrogance, let's give him freedom to operate in his own style
As long as Virat Kohli does not cross the line or bring the team and game into disrepute he must be given the space and freedom to operate in his own style.
In a few hundred milliseconds, our brain becomes sensitive to the presence of angry voices.
Ever since Virat Kohli has taken over the captaincy of the Indian cricket team, and Ravi Shastri has joined in as head coach, the buzz around the Indian dressing room has been one of belligerence, almost bordering on arrogance
Senior separatist leader Mirwaiz Umer Farooq said on Friday that unless the Kashmir issue was resolved in line with the aspirations of Kashmiris, killing one militant will only produce 10 more
Surprised at her new found aggression, India's No 1 shuttler Saina Nehwal is confident that she would persist with her attacking style of play which enabled her to win Australia Super Series Championship.
India's Test captain Virat Kohli is of the opinion that as much as you put systems in place to curb match-fixing it will always depend on an individual player as to what kind of choices he makes.
A new study has revealed that young adults who are hostile or cope badly with stress are likely to experience memory and thinking problems decades later.
Speaking for the first time since ICC slapped a one Test suspension for his on-field conduct in the third Test against Sri Lanka at the SSC, Ishant said that he would be "aggressive" but with his performance
In an apparent jibe at Test captain Virat Kohli's brand of aggression, India's limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said "exchanging words or physical contact" was not his idea of aggression and it was imperative for his team to play within the rules.
India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin today said Ishant Sharma might have "overstepped the line" during the third and deciding Test against Sri Lanka recently but backed the pacer to learn from the experience.
Former India batsman Sanjay Manjrekar has questioned Ravi Shastri and Virat Kohli's philosophy of aggression.
Kohli wants his team to aspire to be great and that requires a certain attitude.
England cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott has come up with a handful of advice for India's new full-time Test captain Virat Kohli saying the aggressive batsman has to find his own way to get his players' support and try to harness his passion and emotion.
Previously, fists and aggression were her weapons of choice to deal with conflict. Now, she has learnt to keep her temper in check and opts for more peaceful, diplomatic ways out of problems.
Australian cricket coach Darren Lehmann on Monday warned his wards against "crossing the line" in on-field aggression but conceded that the side would always "teeter pretty close" to the edge.