Shashank Manohar is perhaps the best man to run Indian cricket at the moment as clean-up has become the need of the hour.
India and South Africa begin their 72-day long series with a T20I that will be played in Dharamsala on Friday.
Shashank Manohar emerged as the only acceptable candidate for both Sharad Pawar and Anurag Thakur factions.
Jagmohan Dalmiya's son Avishek is now the new joint secretary of the Cricket Association of Bengal.
The next Board presidential candidate must find a proposer from the East Zone in order to contest.
Jagmohan Dalmiya’s death creates a power vacuum in the BCCI, and the list of contenders is long.
Jagmohan Dalmiya was a revolutionary who changed Indian cricket and also the world order.
India pick Gurkeerat Mann for first three ODIs against South Africa; Harbhajan Singh retained for T20Is, Ravindra Jadeja ignored.
Dutee Chand, having already won the 100m gold, wins the 200m and 4x100m gold to complete treble at National Athletics.
Finding a suitable No. 7 appears for India to be the biggest challenge for the Sandeep Patil-led committee.
For the past couple of days, Tintu Luka’s coach PT Usha had been complaining over her trainee’s lack of exposure overseas.
Dutee Chand won with a time of 11.68 seconds, a tad below her personal best of 11.62.
Manpreet Kaur though isn’t satisfied with her effort. The champion is confident of reaching the 19m mark by next year.
The BCCI also maintains that N Srinivasan is not allowed to participate in its affairs.
Ravi Shastri's contract extension shows that BCCI is quite happy with the stop-gap arrangement.
BCCI officials say it is Dalmiya’s son, Abhishek, who coordinates with members on his father’s behalf and assists him in day-to-day affairs.
BCCI to approach SC to seek guidance over former board president’s conflict of interest issue.
Ben Stokes’ incident, given out for obstructing the field on Saturday, was not cheating. Period.
On the one hand, you have the national football team hunting for a decent training centre, on another the ISL clubs jetset to far corners of the world to train.
Test series wins on the road have been the rarest of rare occurrences for India. This one came after a gap of four years.
Rohit Sharma threw away a crucial start while Naman Ojha committed the same mistake of getting out playing a bad shot.
Ishant Sharma, as the leader of a young fast bowling group, now has bigger responsibility on his shoulders.
Cheteshwar Pujara was the star on Day 2 but for a while towards the end, Amit Mishra shone bright.
The meeting was postponed as the members argued over the presence of N Srinivasan.
In the four days to follow, if rain permits, a keen contest between the bat and ball is expected.
The IPL Governing Council took the decision after going through the recommendations of the Working Group.
Amit Mishra was recalled after a space of four years after he had a rather unsuccessful series against England in 2011.
Ajinkya Rahane, with the splendid 126, helped India set Sri Lanka a stiff 413-run target.
Stuart Binny did a decent job with the ball but it remains to be seen if he can add value with the bat and end India's search for the all-rounder at No.6 position.
The second Test between India and Sri Lanka is expected to go the distance as it is evenly poised after Day 2.
Ajinkya Rahane has been India’s most consistent batsman in the longer format over the past couple of seasons.
Stuart Binny will join the Indian cricket team before the second Test against Sri Lanka starting Thursday.
More than the technical side of the game, India lost this Test because they were not used to winning.
Both umpires will figure badly in Virat Kohli’s post-match ratings but do India really have a right to complain?
Wriddhiman Saha, coming into bat at 257/4, scored a fighting fifty and pushed the lead to a healthy 192.
Ravichandran Ashwin almost single-handedly, neutralised the advantage that Sri Lanka gained by winning the toss.
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