Steve Smith was the only one on the field who seemed to justifying his billing — World No.1 — with a century.
Matthew Wade said Steve Smith is the best player in the world at the moment and he’s on track to be one of the greatest.
Kuldeep Yadav proves to be an inspired pick as he snares four scalps on debut to wrestle advantage from Australia on Day 1.
Australia arrived in India via Dubai and the men from Down Under dug deeper in the desert to conquer their spin demons.
The Supreme Court asked the CoA to honour its contracts with the state associations.
Supreme Court made it clear that office-bearers can have a cumulative 18-year-term.
'Overwhelming Support' at ICC Board made Shashank Manohar defer his resignation.
As they have done all season, in this series, the Indian pacers have quietly made their mark against Australia as well.
If Virat Kohli remains unavailable for the fourth and final Test against Australia onus will be on others to fill the void.
Technological advancement in sporting equipment has raised questions of fairness time and again.
Sanjay Bangar and R Sridhar had till now been earning Rs 10 lakh per month and will now earn Rs 15 lakh a month.
This is the first time the AIFF has officially included its marketing partners in important decision-making bodies
It's learnt that they had requested for the hike for quite some time after having spent more than two years with the senior team.
Shreyas Iyer's inclusion may just be a contingency plan. It remains to be seen how much chance the team management want to take on Kohli's shoulder.
Buzz around the wicket gets shriller as BCCI’s chief curator pays a visit, but final nature of 22-yards still open to speculation
A rumour grew before the Hockey India League earlier this year that VR Raghunath was to announce his international retirement.
The Local Organising Committee (LOC) has sought data from the Central Pollution Control Board, which is being analysed by FIFA.
State associations are yet to sign the tripartite agreement with the BCCI and the IPL franchises.
Committee of Administrators appointed by the Supreme Court are confident that no problem they face is “insurmountable”.
Last game of home season was expected to be a victory parade for Virat Kohli’s team, but Australia have changed script
England’s four-city bid one of the factors; Sports minister Goel says future Asiad/Olympics likely targets
The Deloitte report, which has been compiled for every state association that is part of the BCCI, contains various observations pertaining to financial transactions.
Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja’s workload this home season has been monumental. How India will ease their burden remains to be seen
After recovering from her injury, Vinesh Phogat made a comeback to the ring with a 48 second victory over her opponent.
The right-handed batsman came to bat in the first session and stayed for the entire day saving his side from a precarious position.
Peter Handscomb & Shaun Marsh’s 62.1-over partnership for the fifth wicket helps visitors hold out after being reduced to 63/4 before lunch
I don't think it was the wicket. It was the ball, soft, not doing much, is how Virat Kohli summed up India's near-win into a draw.
Veteran stumper Dinesh Karthik's 112 powers Tamil Nadu to Vijay Hazare triumph after Bengal fail to chase down 217
According to a former BCCI official, certain associations like Hyderabad, Goa, Odisha, DDCA, J&K and Assam didn’t fare well in the reports.
When Ritu Rani was axed from the Indian Olympic contingent going to Rio in 2016, she decided never to pick up the hockey stick again.
Dipa Karmakar, India’s best gymnast, will aim for points on execution as she moves beyond the Prudunova to another vault.
Past couple of days, Virat Kohli’s shoulder that kept him off the field is one thing the nation has been obsessing about.
Cheteshwar Pujara’s patient double and Wriddhiman Saha’s hundred deflate Australia; Ravindra Jadeja’s twin strikes in fading light put India on course
For all the criticism he faces, one thing everyone agrees on is that Sardar remains a team player, willing to adapt and open to new ideas
The Indian legend’s first dips, Short noticed, came into sharp focus against Magnus Carlsen – spry and sensational.
More than ever before, though, the big small bloke of tennis who was so little he couldn’t hit two balls over the net as a young teen, is frantically trying at 43.