Former India coach Gary Kirsten was, after all, both the best and the worst person to quiz about how long MS Dhoni had left at the helm of affairs.
Nitin Saini, stuck with his family on terrace and losing a friend during the Jat agitation violence, is now the one of top run-getters in Ranji Trophy.
Vijender Singh rolled on without a glitch as he knocked out Francis Cheka to successfully defend his WBO Asia-Pacific Super Middleweight title.
Vijender Singh will be up against Francis Cheka when he defends his WBO Asia-Pacific Championship title on December 17.
Indian bat makers seem to be happy after MCC decided to put an upper limit on the z-axis of the blade.
After a career-threatening injury that laid him low for 15 months, Tiger Woods is back on the golf course older, wiser and a more popular figure among fellow competitors.
Tiger Woods, 14-time Major winner, is feeling fitter than he has been in a very long time but also nervous going into Hero World Challenge.
Mehedi Hasan Miraz’s burst will induce sleepless nights for English batsmen ahead of the India series.
Jimmy Neesham made a fluent, maiden ODI half-century to breathe life into a New Zealand innings that was heading for a quick demise.
Virat Kohli hits unbeaten 154, MS Dhoni 80 as India hunt down 285 with ease to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match ODI series.
New Zealand return to a venue where they have happy memories, albeit in other formats, whereas India seek revival after Delhi setback.
In Dharamshala, Hardik Pandya showed his bowling utility; in Delhi he almost won the match with the willow.
India fall short in last over by six runs as New Zealand record their first victory on tour; level the five-match ODI series 1-1
On a tour which has gone only downhill, New Zealand must find a way to reverse fortunes in the 2nd ODI.
Despite a court-appointed administrator taking charge of the preparations for India-New Zealand 2nd ODI, some things never change at DDCA.
The Gary Kirsten rulebook to forging relationships, getting the best out of cricketers and coaching India through ups and downs-in his own words.
RCA has imported 28 synthetic roll-out pitches from UK to make quality wickets accessible in the remotest parts of the state.
Black Caps’ lower-order batsmen show pluck, but India's bowlers too good to be defied as they help team to a 197-run victory.
They might have lost the Kanpur Test comprehensively but visitors have shown that they have it them to bounce back.
‘Test cricket is dying’ is a common refrain, but one needed to be at Kanpur on the fourth day of the first Test between India and New Zealand to see the truth.
Like many of their overseas counterparts, Kiwi batsmen failed to cope with the guiles of R Ashwin and the tantrums of a fourth-day subcontinent wicket.
Day 3 belonged to the spinners as India ended in a commanding position with a 215-run lead over New Zealand.
Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin left the Kiwis batsmen in a daze before Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara extend India's lead to 215 runs.
Kane Williamson and Tom Latham tried to break Ravindra Jadeja's quick bowling momentum by taking their sweet time before going back to the crease.
Surviving a couple of anxious moments, Kane Williamson and Tom Latham weathered the storm with sensible and assured batting until rain stopped play.
Rohit Sharma has time and again fallen to the same shot and has suggested that he doesn't seem to have the temperament for Test cricket.
Relentless New Zealand bowlers reduce hosts to 291 for nine at stumps on Day One of India’s 500th Test match.
Listening to Virat Kohli talk about fitness is to listen to a monk on a metaphysical quest. Of finding the balance. The perfect harmony.
Before milestone Test, Virat Kohli says ‘we certainly have what it takes to be the best team in the world’.
Magnitude of the epidemic hit home on Tuesday when India pacer Ishant Sharma was ruled out of the Test series because of chikungunya.
With home season about to kick-off, everyone in Kanpur predicts how much the ball will turn during the first Test against New Zealand.
Visitors may not seem to have the toughness of South Africa or the aura of Australia but they have the ability to punch above their weight.
Luke Ronchi made his case for selection in the first Test with a cracking century as New Zealand vs Mumbai warm-up match ended in a draw.
Rohit Sharma, who scored 18 runs, threw away the start as other Mumbai batsmen piled on runs against New Zealand.
The way New Zealand played betrayed a hint they might adopt a counterattacking strategy against the Indian spinners.
Ranji champions Mumbai get first feel of ‘neutral’ game, NZ prepare for Kanpur turner with a game at greenish Kotla.
British historian John Keay has written the first comprehensive biography of this American soldier of fortune who ended his days as a landlord in Jammu and Kashmir under the Dogra rulers.