believes that sports does not build character. It reveals it
Virat Kohli-led team India have played a total of 25 Tests out of which they have won 17, drawn 6 and lost only 2.
Apart from his impeccable control, what stood out the most about Kuldeep Yadav was his ability to out-think the batsmen.
The membership will now enable AFI to send endurance athletes from India to participate at the World Championships held by the IAU
Virat Kohli has had a long home season and batted exceptionally well and to take an impulsive decision will be foolish.
The surface in Dharamsala has favoured fast bowlers and hence may prompt Virat Kohli to go in with a three-pronged pace attack.
Chief curator Sunil Chauhan, stated that the true character of a batsman will be revealed when they bat on the Dharamsala pitch.
Formula One teams have until the end of April to agree 2017 rule changes by majority vote
Kings XI finished rock bottom in the last season of the IPL. Despite that they went on to retain 19 players and released only four.
The Knight Riders stood fourth last season but the squad continues to wear a match-winning look.
The batting of the Delhi Daredevils will be exciting to watch as the young guns comprising of Quinton de Kock, Shreyas Iyer, Rishab Pant and Sam Billings.
Rohit Sharma, Ambati Rayudu, Kieron Pollard, Saurabh Tiwary and Jos Buttler keep Mumbai's batting powerful.
Peter Handscomb and Shaun Marsh hit fighting fifties, help Australia bat out Day 5 in Ranchi. Series, locked at 1-1, now moves to Dharamsala for the fourth Test.
Ravindra Jadeja's spell of 3-22 from 18 overs has nine maidens and he looks set to take India to victory.
Cheteshwar Pujara has batted for more than 10 hours in the middle and has been a model of true and pure patience.
Months after Tajamul Islam was assured monetary help and promised a stadium following her win nothing has moved forward.
David Warner's average at home is a fabulous 59. On the other hand away from home it takes a massive drop to the mid 30s.
Virat Kohli's poor run of form in the last four innings led to his slide as he dropped by one more spot in the latest ICC Test rankings.
India seamers Ishant Sharma and Umesh hit the right lengths in Bangalore and most of the variable bounce from the pitch.
Cheteshwar Pujara's 92-run knock, and the match-saving partnership with Ajinkya Rahane, allowed India to set Australia a decent target.
Former Indian cricketers Sunil Gavaskar and VVS Laxman came down hard on Steve Smith for seeking the dressing room’s input for a DRS referral.
The second Test between India and Australia was hard fought and both the teams threw plenty of verbal volleys at each other.
Virat Kohli was an angry man when Australian skipper Steve Smith seemed like taking cues from the dressing room for DRS.
India vs Australia: India had its brightest moment of the series when Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara forged an unbeaten stand of 93.
India vs Australia: Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane's partnership of 93 is the highest stand of the series so far for either team.
India vs Australia: KL Rahul's wicket was more of Steve Smith's than Steve O'Keefe's as he plucked an improbable catch out thin air.
Nathan Lyon's combination of transferring his bodyweight into the ball with more revolutions gets his deliveries to kick from the surface.
India continue to use DRS where it is not required and continue to not use DRS where it's required.
Virat Kohli misjudged a Nathan Lyon delivery and then took a DRS which wasn't required.
Ind vs Aus, 2nd Test: Nathan Lyon is the fifth visiting spinner to take a fifer in Bangalore & on all the previous instances the visitors went on to win the Test.
Ind vs Aus, 2nd Test: Nathan Lyon has got Virat Kohli out for the fifth time in his career and the only other bowler to do so is James Anderson.
Ind vs Aus 2017: Abhinav Mukund committed the biggest blunder in the 29th over when Steve Smith inside-edged a delivery by R Ashwin on to his pads.
Ind vs Aus 2017: India last tasted a home defeat in Tests against England in Kolkata in 2012 and since then they had won 17 Tests and drawn 3 others.
Ind vs Aus 2017: Umesh Yadav, who is playing his 28th Test was at his best on Thursday as he made the ball move both ways.
Ind vs Aus 2017: Steve Smith's technique is his own, in the way he shuffles across the stumps yet watches the ball till the end.
Ind vs Aus 2017: Matt Renshaw ran off the field after the fall of David Warner's wicket, reportedly for a toilet break.
Ind vs Aus 2017: Last time Australia toured India, they suffered a 4-0 defeat; four years later they will be looking to rewrite a better script.