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Sep 11, 2018
Rishabh Pant's wicket-keeping a 'work in progress', feel former India stumpers after sloppy glove work in EnglandRishabh Pant's glovework has been shoddy in England and he needs to cover a lot of ground before he can be trusted as a Test-level wicket-keeper, some of the former India stumpers said Tuesday.
Jun 16, 2018
Suresh Raina replaces Ambati Rayudu in England's ODI squad; Rohit Sharma to appear for Yo-Yo test on SundayWith 2019 World Cup in mind, the Indian selection committee on Saturday brought back veteran left-hander Suresh Raina in the One-Day squad for the England tour, replacing Ambati Rayudu, who failed his fitness test.
Mar 26, 2018
Australia ball-tampering scandal: Harbhajan Singh, Michael Vaughan slam ICC's quantum of punishmentAustralia captain Smith was on Sunday handed a one-match suspension and fined 100 percent of his match fee after he owned up to a ball-tampering conspiracy in South Africa.
Oct 14, 2017
Ranji Trophy: Bengal cricketers Manoj Tiwary, Ashok Dinda gear for 100th first-class appearanceSenior Bengal cricketers Manoj Tiwary and Ashok Dinda thank Cricket Association of Bengal, coaches and team-mates for their support as they prepare for their 100 FC game
Aug 16, 2017
Diego Maradona's charity game 'Match for Unity' will feature Sourav Ganguly, Dhanraj Pillay, confirms organisersIndian greats Dhanraj Pillay and Sourav Ganguly to play in a charity football game with Argentine legend Diego Maradona in October
May 05, 2017
CT 2017: India coach Anil Kumble tells BCCI that Virat Kohli and Co want to play in Champions TrophyAnil Kumble's insistence on India playing in the Champions Trophy comes a day after India legends like Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Gundappa Viswanath backed the move.
Feb 27, 2017
India's poor DRS success ratio in Test cricket calls for better understanding of the conceptHe may have been a vocal advocate of Decision Review System (DRS) but Indian captain Virat Kohli's dismal success ratio indicates that calling for referrals is not exactly his 'calling card'.