IND Vs SA | 3rd Test Oct 19, 2019
IND 420/6 (105.1)
NAM Vs PNG | Match 10 Oct 20, 2019
NAM 48/4 (7.0)
CAN Vs JER | Match 11 Oct 20, 2019
JER 53/3 (6.0)
KAR Vs PUD | 1st Quarter Final Oct 20, 2019
KAR 40/0 (7.5)
DEL Vs GUJ | 2nd Quarter Final Oct 20, 2019
GUJ 41/0 (6.5)
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Nov 12, 2018
Ranji Trophy 2018-19 round-up: Hiten Dalal, Dhriv Shorey slam fifties for Delhi; Jharkhand skittle Haryana for 81Check out all the action from Day 1 of the second round of the Ranji Trophy 2018/19
Apr 06, 2018
IPL 2018: Kings XI Punjab coach Virender Sehwag says India should have bowling captain after Virat Kohli's tenure is overVirender Sehwag said, "I am a great fan of a bowling captain. I watched Kapil Dev, Imran Khan, Wasim Akram as captains. In India generally you don't give captaincy to bowlers, but hopefully after Virat (Kohli) some bowler will become the captain (of national team)."
Feb 15, 2018
Vijay Hazare Trophy: Delhi lose to Himachal Pradesh despite Rishabh Pant's century; Kerala beat UPRishabh Pant once again showed his mastery in white ball cricket with a brilliant 93-ball-135 but couldn't help Delhi from losing a thriller to Himachal Pradesh by two runs with a serious possibility of losing out on quarter-final berth.
Jan 11, 2018
Celebrating Rahul Dravid's birthday: 5 times India batting legend caught attention on internetDravid has been a role model for people across generations. On the occasion of his birthday, let's take a look at some of the occasions when Dravid was the talk of the town on the internet.
Mar 10, 2017
Baba Aparajith to lead India U-23 in ACC's Emerging Cup, Prithvi Shaw also named in the squadTamil Nadu batsman Baba Aparajith will be leading an India U-23 team in the Asian Cricket Council's Emerging Cup tournament in Dhaka.
Feb 22, 2016
Mayank Dagar: This 18-year-old left-arm spinner with a classic approach is set for bigger achievementsAt a time when the lack of quality spinners in the country is a cause for concern, Dagar, with his emphasis on traditional cricketing virtues, is a refreshing hope.