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IPL matches are dragging into the yawning nights. Just as England is floating yet another shorter format - 100 balls a side, with two halves. Will India diss it and then start to dig it, like it did T20?
Law Commission has recommended to the Union Law Ministry that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) be brought under the Right To Information.
Justice RM Lodha has said that the Law Commission's recommendation of bringing BCCI under the RTI Act was virtually the implementation of the 2016 Supreme Court order.
Ban on Kagiso Rabada follows the rules of the Council, betrays the spirit of the game
The Virat Kohli-led Indian won the third and final Test against South Africa in Johannesburg. A nerve-fraying series aside, SANDEEP DWIVEDI absorbs the sights and sounds on the tip of the continent.
Virat Kohli’s team wins on toughest wicket of series as South Africa lose last nine for 53 runs after Amla-Elgar partnership of 119
With this new found pace muscle comprising the likes of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah, skipper Virat Kohli can throw his weight around even when abroad.
South Africa won the series 2-1 but Kohli saw India’s 63-run win in the third and final Test Saturday, on the toughest pitch of the series, as a step in the right direction.
Ali Bacher was less than pleased with the revenge tracks that South Africa have dished out for the series against India.
On a treacherous wicket, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane dig their heels in, make combative forties to set a target of 242; umpires call off day’s play because of pitch quality.
Umpires call off players early on Day 3 after deeming the pitch unsafe to play, India vs South Africa Test to resume as normal on Day 4.
Jazz musician Hugh Masekela, who passed away on Tuesday, gave anti-apartheid protesters their anthem — ‘Bring him (Mandela) back home’
India have the edge in Wanderers Test but there are way too many cracks on the wicket and several dark clouds hovering above to know how this is going to end.
South Africa bulwark Hashim Amla tweaks his trigger movement to negate swing, but bowlers and top order put India in a position to turn the tables on hosts.
Cheteshwar Pujara had no idea that he was trending on Twitter when he was on his way towards achieving the ‘longest on zero’ in Test cricket.
India's Nos. 3 and 4 showcase Test class while the others in the batting line-up fail to display the qualities needed to survive and score runs under trying conditions.
After the second innings collapse on the final day of the second Test, Virat Kohli had got involved in a back-and-forth with a couple of reporters.
No matter the result of the third match, the team’s poor show in the series will soon be forgotten, thanks to the upcoming IPL auction and limited-overs cricket.
Looking to turn a new leaf? Well, there are few better place than this Johannesburg joint — Leafy Cafe.
Langa, a Cape Town suburb, can trace its cricketing history back 150 years. It’s also the place from where Temba Bavuma emerged — SA’s first black Test batsman.
The Beatles’s journey through fame, fortune and insecurity to Maharishi’s ashram in Rishikesh