Suresh Raina stays at number four, while MS Dhoni positions Hardik Pandya as the all-rounder for Sri Lanka series.
How some of the biggest names have provided the franchises with timely reminders of what they bring to the table.
Madhya Pradesh bowlers ripped off the Bengal batting to take a decent lead on Day of Ranji Trophy Quarterfinals.
Pragyan Ojha has made a return to the game with a new bowling action after he was barred in December 2014.
In his complaint, Niraj Gunde had alleged that Anurag Thakur and Vikram Rathour along with their families shared commercial and business interests.
In a T20-heavy season, Ranji Trophy quarterfinals face the risk of being underplayed, but there’s plenty at stake and mini battles for bragging rights for those involved.
Two Mumbai cricketers, were startled to see the close-up of their captain from their U-15 days a decade ago, on screen playing for Nepal.
On Friday, while asking Shashank Manohar for a fresh response, the ombudsman has also detailed the allegations against Ganguly.
In response, Anurag Thakur said his business relationship with Vikram Rathour 'had nothing to do with cricket'.
Harbhajan Singh talks to The Indian Express about his previous tours Down Under, and more...
The ombudsman has forwarded the complaint to BCCI president Shashank Manohar and Ratnakar Shetty.
Pranav Dhanawade cracked cricket’s maiden 1000-run knock, but it was a mismatch of a contest on an odd-shaped venue.
CONFLICT OF interest allegations continue to pile up at BCCI corridors of power, with latest one implicating India's media manager Nishant Arora.
AP Shah has cited a complaint received from ‘Mr Niraj Gunde’ about ‘conflict of interest’ allegations against Sourav Ganguly.
India’s bowling coach Bharat Arun analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the three seamers, their development during his tenure.
The question arose as Ganguly is an IPL governing council member and co-owner of a football team in the Indian Super League (ISL).
The three-member panel headed by Justice (Retd) R M Lodha suggested some drastic recommendations.
Justice RM Lodha has always been known for his larger-than-life personality both in and out of court.
A dogged West Indies cricket fan recalls the fiery team he just could not give up on — even when the fire had sputtered out.
Brendon McCullum’s success as both a batsman and a captain has always been designed around the ‘power of surprise’.
Suresh Raina’s repeated failures against the bouncer have resulted in the left-hander getting axed from ODIs.
Bharat Arun describes the off-spinner’s path to resurrection and how he’s seen Ashwin grow from being ‘good’ to ‘the best’.
India’s bowling coach Bharat Arun opens up about how Ashwin & Co have come of age and speaks about his role in their development.
How curators can alter the nature of a wicket by using different kinds of soil, rollers and varying the amount of water.
The pitches debate has divided the cricket world by a chasm as deep as the hundreds that adorned the Jamtha surface.
Shashank Manohar had come down strongly on the present scenario where all major positions of power in the ICC are occupied by representatives of one of the Big Three nations.
At 9 am India time today, cricket will boldly go where few imagined it ever would. BHARAT SUNDARESAN explains how a Test under lights with a pink ball will change the 138-year-old game
Story of AB de Villiers, the man that the whole of India — his young IPL team-mates, fans and even Rahul Dravid's sons — can't get enough of.
Indian captain Virat Kohli counts the positives after persistent rain washes out the second Test and lets South Africa off the hook.
India-South Africa second Test has seen play only on Day 1 after which three day's play has been washed off by rain.
Varun Aaron mixes accuracy and speed to cement place while inconsistent Umesh Yadav goes the other way.
It seemed inevitable from the moment you opened the curtain shades on Sunday morning that the second day's play was in peril.
R Ashwin praised Ajinkya Rahane's effort at slips saying that he made the catches he took on Day 1 easy.
R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja share four wickets each as South Africa dismissed for 214 on Day 1 of second Test; AB de Villiers plays lone hand.
Almost dramatically, the 27-year-old Ishant Sharma has morphed into Indian cricket team's bowling spearhead.
Overcast skies, pitch sans cracks greets spin-traumatised South Africa; even contest expected in second Test.
The autobiography of KM Mathew, who turned Malayala Manorama from a stagnant newspaper to a formidable media house, is a local tale, the like of which we seldom come across in English.