Vasant Raiji, who was India's oldest first-class cricketer at 100, died in the wee hours of Saturday.
The iconic Cricket Club of India (CCI) on Friday decided to donate Rs 51 lakh to the Maharastra Chief Minister's Relief Fund for the fight against the fast-spreading COVID-19 pandemic.
Farokh Engineer should be allowed his embroidered tales, as long as they're not malicious: A fan makes his case
Farokh Engineer's anecdotes are famously peppered with some ‘Parsi masala’. Though he had no business taking Anushka Sharma's name to prove his point, which he regretted later, he was not wrong in pointing out the fact that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) should be looking for more experienced cricketers as national selectors. His
India International Challenge badminton: Ajay Jayaram, Mugda Agrey favourites in men's and women's singles
In the Women Singles, World No 38 Porntip Buranaprasertsuk of Thailand and Mugda Agrey of India will be favourites to win the title
Madhav Apte scored 3,336 runs from 67 First-class matches, including six hundreds and 16 fifties. His highest first class score was 165 not out.
Down memory lane: How Yasin Merchant became India's first snooker professional... only to settle a vendetta
Even though India was the site of snooker's origin, it was mainly seen as billiards' country. In snooker, however, Yasin Merchant is the man who shattered the glass ceiling.
Pulwama terror attack: PCB says covering of Imran Khan pictures in India regrettable, will take up matter with BCCI
The Pakistan Cricket Board has said it will take up with the BCCI the "regrettable" removal of pictures of its former players at a couple of venues in India, owing to the Pulwama terror attack, during an ICC meeting next month.
Cricket Club of India 'covers' Imran Khan portrait on its restaurant wall to protest Pulwama terror attack
The entire CCI premises, including its restaurant, adorn portraits of the greatest cricketers across eras and from all nations.
L&T Mumbai Open: Champions Natela Dzalamidze, Veronika Kudermetova rediscover winning formula en-route to second WTA title
Natela Dzalamidze and Veronika Kudermetova stormed to a victory in the L&T Mumbai Open, winning the tournament without dropping a single set along the way to the final.
L&T Mumbai Open: Back on comeback trail, Sabine Lisicki stutters yet again but hopes to 'turn things around one day'
Sabine Lisicki is finding life on the comeback trail, a bit tougher than she expected. She was out for most of 2018 with a shoulder injury and has only played 23 matches so far winning only seven.
L&T Mumbai Open: 'Aggressive' Nao Hibino neutralises Sabine Lisicki's potent serve to enter into second round
After her win over Sabine Lisicki, Nao Hibino said, "I wasn't aggressive enough the last time we played each other. But today, each time I got a chance, I went for the kill."
Mumbai Open's main draw to start from Tuesday to avoid clash with India-West Indies ODI at Brabourne Stadium
The area of concern for the Mumbai Open organisers seems to have been the fact that the players' lounge is right next to a part of the Brabourne Stadium's east stand.
Bombay HC quashes MCA's petition against BCCI's decision to shift fourth India-West Indies ODI to Brabourne Stadium
The Bombay High Court Wednesday dismissed a petition filed by the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) against the BCCI's decision to shift the 29 October India-West Indies ODI from Wankhede Stadium to Brabourne Stadium in the Maharashtra capital.
India vs West Indies: Bombay HC turns down MCA petition, refuses interim stay on sale of tickets for Brabourne ODI
The MCA in its petition sought an interim stay on the sale of tickets for the fourth ODI at Brabourne Stadium after BCCI shifted it from Wankhede Stadium
Earlier, the second ODI was shifted from Holkar stadium in Indore to Visakhapatnam due to conflict between Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) and BCCI.
Explaining further the 60-year-old former national coach of Pakistan said, "The new bats are this big (indicating with hand) on the edges. We need to make the wide zones wider."
Women's T20I Tri-series in India: Harmanpreet Kaur says hosts will give a fight to Australia and England
India were whitewashed by Australia in the three-match ODI series at Vadodara and Harmanpreet said it was fielding that let them down.
Over the course of three days, Rajasthan Royals will sweat it out and hone their batting, bowling and fielding skills by playing practice matches and undergoing fitness drills
Mumbai Open: Ankita Raina enters quarter-finals with comprehensive win over Thailand’s Peangtarn Plipuech
India's Ankita Raina continued her impressive progress in the USD 125,000 L&T Mumbai Open by outclassing her higher ranked opponent Peangtarn Plipuech of Thailand in straight sets to make a maiden entry into the singles quarterfinals of a WTA Series event.
Pandya has played an important role in recent times in the limited overs games for India, particularly in the series against Australia.