Women's T20I tri-series 2020: Little backup if they fail, but performance against Australia another example of Indian top four's worth
The chase demonstrated — for the second time in the tournament — what India Women are capable of when the top four all deliver, but how frequently is that likely to happen?
Mumbai no longer city of dreams for locals? Current India cricket team composition shows migrants have had better luck
Mumbai was the go-to place for the opportunity to learn and play cricket, to find job openings, and if possible, for the very talented to vie for a place in the Indian side. But have cricketers from the ‘mayanagari’ lost out on their dreams to those from far-flung suburbs and migrants from other states?
ICC U-19 World Cup 2020: Atharva Ankolekar, Kartik Tyagi and 10 overs that turned the fate of India-Australia quarter-final
The Aussies might not have seen it coming. Some in the Indian camp, too, might not have seen it coming. Try telling Atharva Ankolekar and Kartik Tyagi that.
In June last year, the previous Devendra Fadnavis government had demanded Rs 120 crore from MCA for renewal of lease of Wankhede Stadium.
IPL governing council to discuss match timings in BCCI meeting; office bearers to finalise Cricket Advisory Committee
The high-profile governing council of the Indian Premier League will on Monday deliberate on commencing the night matches of the upcoming edition at 7.30 pm instead of the usual 8 pm start.
It was a century in real life for Vasant Raiji, India's oldest living first-class cricketer, who turned 100-years-old on Sunday.
Case filed against Mohammed Azharuddin, two others for cheating travel agent; former skipper calls allegations baseless
Reacting to the complaint, Azharuddin said, "There is no truth in this complaint and is made just to be in limelight. The allegations made in the complaint are baseless. I will seek legal advice and file defamation case worth Rs 100 crore against the complainant."
India vs Australia: Virat Kohli greatest ODI player of all-time, Rohit Sharma in top-five, says Aaron Finch
"They've got Virat who is probably the greatest ODI player of all-time, and Rohit who'd probably be in the top five batters of all-time. They're exceptional," Finch said.
India vs Australia: Men in Blue wear black arm bands to mourn demise of former cricketer Bapu Nadkarni
Nadkarni, a left-handed batsman and slow-left arm orthodox bowler, played 41 Tests in which he scored 1414 runs and grabbed 88 wickets with 6/43 as his best bowling figures.
India A vs New Zealand XI: Prithvi Shaw sends a message to selectors with 100-ball 150 knock in visitors' win
Prithvi Shaw slammed a 100-ball 150 in India A's 12-run victory over New Zealand XI in the second practice game on Sunday, coming back from an injury in the manner that matched the hype around him.
Highlights, India vs Sri Lanka, ICC U-19 World Cup 2020: India register comprehensive 90-run victory over Sri Lanka
India vs Sri Lanka, ICC U-19 World Cup 2020, Live Updates: And it's all over. India win their Under-19 World Cup opener, beating Sri Lanka by a convincing margin of 90 runs at Bloemfontein.
In a departure from the norm, the BCCI on Saturday said the new national selection panel will have to officially 'attend team meetings' as and when required.
India vs Australia: Series at stake, Virat Kohli and Co aim repeat of Rajkot's performance; Aussies target upset
A coveted series-victory will be at stake when a resilient India face a feisty Australia in the third and deciding ODI on Sunday, promising a fitting finale between the two leading teams in world cricket.
The Indian media has played a crucial role in sharing the BCCI’s dream, especially at times when nothing was going right for them. Why is the Indian cricket board then hell bent on destroying an edifice that has been built over the years with love and effort by a lot of dedicated and diligent people?
India vs Australia: KL Rahul making himself indispensable for Men in Blue with batting flexibility and wicket-keeping attribute
After Rajkot ODI, you find a scenario where Rahul could be a plausible number five, a plausible number four, a plausible number three, a plausible opener and a plausible ‘keeper-batsman.
India vs Australia: Wicketkeeper-batsman KL Rahul relishing new dual role, says he 'couldn't have asked for better start'
Rahul's batting at No 5 and his ability to also open the innings and keep wickets decently has opened an option for skipper Virat Kohli in case the profligate Rishabh Pant fails to make his chances count in the run-up to the World T20 in Australia.
India vs Australia: Shikhar Dhawan 'doing fine' after being hit on rib-cage by a bouncer during second ODI
While Dhawan didn't take the field for the entire duration of the Australian innings, the Indian team management is confident that he will be available for the final ODI in Bengaluru.
2000 match-fixing scandal: Alleged bookie Sanjeev Chawla set to be extradited to India after losing appeal in UK High Court
Chawla, wanted in India to face charges of cricket match-fixing dating back to 2000, has been fighting against his extradition on human rights grounds and had sought permission to appeal against an extradition order signed off by the UK government last year.
Dhoni denied central contract: BCCI could have been more sensitive to MSD's case considering glorious past and value he offers
Dhoni is still the better wicket-keeper and more valuable to the side in other aspects too. May be BCCI could have been a lot more sensitive to his case.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar undergoes sports hernia surgery; Prithvi Shaw completes rehabilitation from shoulder injury
Bhuvneshwar, who has played 21 Tests, 114 ODIs and 43 T20Is for India, missed the home ODI series against the West Indies days after returning to action against the same opposition in the T20 format.