History remembers one for breaking the mould. It will remember the other for becoming it.
Azhar biopic is another attempt to win back fans, find closure. It doesn’t work.
For long, the BCCI has set an unwritten code for those who wear those shirts with BCCI insignia.
Mohammad Amir may never rid himself of the tattoo of taint but the Pakistan pacer made the most of his five-year exile from cricket.
When you wish to appreciate a sport, nationalism only comes in the way.
Three Congress leaders were government nominees in the DDCA at the time.
My crusade against corruption in sports will continue. And what better place than the DDCA to do that.
An imaginary Day 1 match report of the historic Australia vs New Zealand game in Adelaide — Test under lights featuring the controversial pink balls.
South Africa collapse in a heap on third-day Mohali track that didn’t really turn to lose first Test by 108 runs.
R Ashwin takes five-for as South Africa are dismissed for 184; India lead by 142 runs with 8 wickets in hand.
On a track that has begun to crumble alarmingly, India’s tweakers take two wickets after their their batsmen are all out for 201; South Africa part-timer Dean Elgar takes four.
South Africa's sternest test begins at PCA Stadium in Mohali as Virat Kohli and Co look to make most of backyard advantage.
The most repeated word, both in questions and answers, happens to be ‘spin’.
After losing his place in the side and taking a brief break from cricket, Ravindra Jadeja has roared his way back into the Indian team.
This genuine warmth between the Indian team management and the pitch in-charge at the start of the Test series against South Africa is refreshing.
Tackling R Ashwin, who has had a productive 2015, will be South African batsmen’s toughest challenge in the Test series.
Virender Sehwag, in a chat with Sandeep Dwivedi before the World Cup earlier this year, spoke about various aspects of his batting.
An enigma all through his career, Zaheer Khan retires as Indian cricket's most 'Un-understood Cricketer'.
Vishal Chopra’s mother killed by Irish Republican Army sniper’s shot, his son set to represent Ireland at under-19 World Cup.
Ganguly is appointed the president of the CAB, ending the suspense on who will take over the state cricket body post Dalmiya.
An opener during his days as a club cricketer, Jagmohan Dalmiya, the administrator, carried his bat through.
Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri should learn true aggression from Roger Federer
Cheteswhar Pujara says he was long preparing for the opportunity that he got - for he knew it might be his last.
Justice Mudgal expresses his satisfaction over the verdict, and stresses the need of structural reforms in the BCCI.
The story of Lalit Modi is also the story of how cricket couldn’t handle money and fame.
Speaking to Sandeep Dwivedi, Anurag Thakur chalks out the challenges and his plans for the future.
The BCCI has apprehensions with the broadcasting rights being handed over to Subhash Chandra-owned Ten sports.
Why India’s reported ‘Olympics 2024 bid’ is devoid of sense or logic.
Well before the ball has even pitched, Sehwag says he knows exactly which hoarding his eventual hit is going to be.
Charlesworth, a miracle hockey coach, makes some casual observations about the cricket World Cup and why he is not a big fan of flair in cricket.
The Kiwis had a nightmarish start to the final as they lost their star batsman and captain in the 1st over.
Australia beat New Zealand by 7 seven wickets to win their fifth World Cup title.
They came in droves — 5000 of them — from all corners of the world, answering Tony Veitch's Facebook call.
Between Adelaide and Sydney, India didn’t take a wrong turn till MS Dhoni lost the toss and the plot at the SCG.
Australia win by 95 runs, will take on New Zealand in the final in Melbourne on Sunday.
Ramesh Mane soothes aching muscles and nurses niggles but he also cures home sickness of Team India.
Curiosity is high about the real India and the food we actually eat — not sell. It’s been a rather complex cauldron for the uninitiated to dip into, both at home and abroad.