The competition was put on hold after members alleged that the ground rentals have gone up.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s retirement from Test cricket is a blessing in disguise for Team India.
The Indian vice-captain reached three-figure mark, punched in the air, acknowledged the crowd and took Johnson on.
While the scoreline makes it India's day, Steve Smith - unbeaten on 72 - ensured the honours were evenly shared.
India again found it difficult to get rid of the tail quickly and allowed the Aussies to get a handsome lead of 97.
Umesh's fiery bowling, Warner's innings, Rogers gritty innings and more talking points from Day 2's play.
Australia got the second day off to a good start, but India pulled things back before Tea.
Skipper Smith tried everything but wasn't able to get the kind of results one expected from the hosts.
The afternoon session was just the period of play Australia were looking for.
Only one wicket, a good 89 runs on the board and the first session well and truly went India's way.
Second session not only drove the visitors into safety, but gives them a chance to go for the possible win.
For the visitors to stand any chance of winning or saving the Test, Kohli-Vijay need to bat at least for another 75-100 runs.
Not sure how long this episode will continue, but it will definitely inject fire into the series.
Lyon registered brilliant figures of 5/134 and helped Australia bowl out India for 444, and take a handy lead.
While Rahane missed on a hundred, Kohli, with the way he was batting, missed a chance of a possible double.
Nathan Lyon was impressive with his consistent line and length which kept the Indian batsmen guessing.
When Dhawan and Vijay walked out to bat this morning, it was a clear sky and an absolute belter of a track to bat on.
Michael Clarke's back injury resurfaced and the Australian skipper was retired hurt after scoring 60.
The major talking points from the morning session of the first day of the series opener in Adelaide.
Australia is never an easy tour for the batters and double the task if you are facing the music first up.
A day after the world paid tribute to Hughes, Pakistan's Shehzad speaks on how he got away from the harm's way.
Once not considered for shorter format, Hanuma Vihari's world has taken a turn - all in 5 months.
The plan that was laid out to get Rahul resulted in the wickets of Aparajith, Dinesh Karthik and Prasanna.
The DDCA curator has spiced the top with some grass but ground staff hints at a shave before the game.
A look at how Asian giants have fared at the Asian Games over the years. Bonus: breathtaking archive shots.
Hitesh Sharma played a crucial role in the laurels Delhi earned in junior cricket in 2012-13.
Willing to spend Rs 10,000 for a backpack which solar charges your phone? This is a complete No No.
A better prepared Chand returns to the country which made him the poster boy of junior cricket in India.
After impressive Qualifiers, Germany are well and truly tuned for the right beats in the Samba Land.
KXIP will look to seek revenge against KKR, who defeated them comprehensively in their last league game.
The Australian seamer talks about his stint with RR, working under Rahul Dravid, and more...
The 24-year-old talks about his bowling skills and asserts that he is ready to bowl whenever called upon.
Sandeep Sharma talks about Chris Gayle's wicket, how he plans to bowl against attacking batsmen and more...
While the players engaged in stretching, Dravid chalked out what could be called the plan for the day.
Twitter's partnership with ICC for recently concluded WT20 injected a fresh lease of life into cricket's social and vocal discussions.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Ojha talks about his preparations for IPL 7 in an interaction with The Indian Express.