Virat Kohli-Kedar Jadhav stand gave India a 1-0 series lead against England but team is leaving no stone unturned in improving as a unit.
Those who have watched Kedar Jadhav’s feats in Pune’s local cricket over the past two decades are not surprised at his star turn on Sunday.
Now, we know Virat Kohli loves run-chases. He gets a high off them. His numbers in this scenario are outrageous and well-documented.
For a major part of a career that has spanned close to a decade, Kedar Jadhav has slipped under the radar despite scoring high in domestic cricket.
Former BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke has clarified on rumours circulating that he tried to sabotage the India-England limited over series.
Despite having tried multiple options, nobody has managed to cement their spots in the middle-order for India in the recent past.
MS Dhoni will now have to first look towards Virat Kohli for approval before waving his hands to get a fielder into position.
While the the threat of the sacked BCCI officials looms over the match, it seems to be business as usual at the venue itself.
The first practice session since MS Dhoni stepped down from ODI/T20 captaincy sees Virat and his predecessor exchange notes.
In the final over of India A's innings, the 35-year-old turns back the clock, plunders 22 off Woakes; Yuvraj too hits a fifty, but England win
With Eoin Morgan & Co. coming off a stupendous 2016 in the shorter formats, the India-England series’ second leg promises to be a competitive affair
Selectors went back to Yuvraj Singh in shorter formats for England series as Virat Kohli takes over as the limited overs captain.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni needed just three words to let chairman of selectors MSK Prasad know that he was ready to step down as India’s captain in ODIs and T20s.
Anurag Thakur in his first public statement riddled with high praise for BCCI and wished luck as the retired judges will take over after SC's order.
With Thakur and secretary Ajay Shirke gone, the BCCI has been left like a headless chicken scurrying around in proverbial circles.
Alastair Cook was named as captain of the ICC's Test team of the year, however, Virat Kohli, who scored three double tons, didn't find a place in the team.
In the form of his life, R Ashwin became the first spinner to be named as ICC's Player of the Year and lift the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy.
India are perhaps the toughest team to beat at home at the moment; under Virat Kohli, however, they look ready to shed the tag of poor travellers as well.
India had just delivered the knockout blow to the English in Chennai after having already left them flat on the mat before getting here.
Ravindra Jadeja proved worth again with 7/48 as India took all 10 England wickets in the final two sessions to win the series 4-0.
Emotional parents watching, Karun Nair from Karnataka enters record books by scoring maiden triple hundred.
Overnight 71*, Karun Nair went on to score a triple hundred and became only the second Indian batsman to reach the landmark.
Stuart Broad sent back Virat Kohli, who hadn't been dismissed for under 40 in his seven previous innings in this series, for 15.
During the course of his epic knock, KL Rahul didn’t put a foot wrong — until he was one-run short of a deserved double hundred.
Liam Dawson's fifty and the 108-run stand with Adil Rashid helped England set up a decent enough challenge for the high-flying Indians.
Joe Root revealed that there was a lot more purpose to the unusual practice routine on the streets on the eve of Chennai Test.
Moeen Ali makes most of his reprieve by KL Rahul on nought to score an unbeaten century and steer England to a comfortable 284/4.
Virat Kohli believes that Jayant Yadav, India's third spinner, plays as crucial a role in his side as R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja.
Body soreness is the official reason Alastair Cook gave for his premier fast bowler, James Anderson's exclusion from the fifth and the last Test.
Virat Kohli and team have redeemed themselves against England in 2016 and the captain now sets sights on 2018; wants to play county cricket.
Stuart Broad bowled 36 deliveries on a hastily-prepared pitch at the Chemplast ground and looked to be in good stead.
Chennai banks on ‘bad weather' curator, steaming tray of burnt coal to make pitch ready for the dead rubber which starts Friday.
James Anderson’s remarks during the press conference on Sunday were spiteful enough to incite the angry reception from R Ashwin.
Jayant Yadav not only made optimal use of his outing on Sunday like but went on to become the first No.9 in Indian cricket history to score a Test century.
India skipper Virat Kohli’s splendid unbeaten hundred foils England’s comeback bid in the post-lunch session; Murali Vijay scores eighth Test hundred.
Murali Vijay, Cheteshwar Pujara take India to 146 for 1 at stumps on Day Two after Jos Buttler’s 76 helps England post 400.
The latest is her biography of Babur’s daughter Gulbadan, which drops the sentimental “rose” from the original title: Portrait of a Rose Princess at the Mughal Court.