India paid for not playing Ajinkya Rahane and KL Rahul on a surface conducive to swing and seam in Dharamsala
In his dark blue ODI jersey, Suranga Lakmal continued to prosper, claiming yet another four-wicket haul in the cooler climes of Dharamsala
On a pitch offering movement and carry, Sri Lanka’s pacers knock the wind out of India’s sails; help the visitors take 1-0 lead
IPL’s most successful skipper Rohit Sharma will look to recreate his magic with national team when he leads them against Sri Lanka.
Hardik Pandya returns for fifty-overs series against Sri Lanka beginning in Dharamsala, a venue where he made his ODI debut in 2016
Cheteshwar Pujara, who is adept at slips, admitted that slip-catching was an area of concern for the team ahead of their upcoming tour of South Africa.
India opener Shikhar Dhawan said he understands the Lankans’ predicament but felt the air was not bad enough to stop play.
Wriddhiman Saha's three catches worked as a catalyst to lift the morale of the Indian bowlers in the final hour's play on Day 3.
If the Nagpur ton announced Rohit Sharma's grand return to the Test fold, his 65 at the Kotla indicated his maturity and growth as a player.
It was a series of wrong ’uns that gave Sri Lanka something to cheer, wickets of Murali Vijay and Ajinkya Rahane, about at the end of the first day's play.
Sri Lanka skipper Dinesh Chandimal says Feroz Shah Kotla track for third Test similar to the slow-turner at Nagpur
On the surface as well as at a deeper level, the disparity between India and Sri Lanka is striking.
Early indications are that the wicket for the third Test at Ferozshah Kotla will help the fast bowlers
On the final day of the match between Karnataka and Railways, it was Krishnappa Gowtham who stole the show with his seven-wicket haul.
304*, 176, 23, 90, 133*, 173 and 104*: Karnataka openers Mayank Agarwal's phenomenal run makes him the highest run-getter this Ranji season
In unfamiliar territory, centuries by Mayank Agarwal and Manish Pandey power Karnataka to 355/6 against Railways.
Every top order batsman of Karnataka team has scored atleast one century and they have had three 600 plus totals and one above 400.
Sanju Samson's recalibrated approach has helped him resume his prolific run-scoring ways and impact his side’s Ranji 2017 fortunes.
Spearheaded by Navdeep Saini, hosts Delhi hammer Maharashtra and become the first side to reach the Ranji 2017 knockouts.
Nitish Rana already has two centuries this season, quite a dramatic shift in his fortunes compared to his last two seasons where he impressed with some handsome half-centuries
It was in the afternoon session that Rishabh Pant and Nitish Rana put the Maharashtra bowlers to sword, launching a well orchestrated display of aggressive batsmanship
Rishabh Pant has looked tentative in ongoing Ranji Trophy, a pale shadow of his belligerent best during last season
The four-wicket win gives Delhi 16 points from their three games and puts them in the second spot behind Karnataka in the points table.
Ishant Sharma returned with figures of 3/38 while Akshdeep Nath's unbeaten knock of 110 put UP in command at stumps on Day 3.
The man, who identified himself as Girish Sharma, 32, claimed that he had lost his way, and since there was no security at the entrance, he drove his vehicle onto the ground.
Against a competent bowling attack, Dhruv Shorey scored an unbeaten 65 giving Delhi the hope to overhaul Uttar Pradesh’s first-innings tally of 291.
Ashish Nehra's last competitive game at home, Ferozshah Kotla's quintessential Ambedkar Stadium End was rechristened the Ashish Nehra End.
Openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan deliver India their maiden T20 win over New Zealand in Ashish Nehra’s farewell match.
New Zealand, unlike the Australians, don't come with the 'world-beaters' baggage, and therein lies their strength.
Some of Rohit Sharma’s strokes during his 147 in Kanpur were so effortlessly dazzling that it left even Virat Kohli speechless.
India’s rubber-winning effort featured a familiar set of protagonists--Jasprit Bumrah, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli
After scores of six and three, time for Kiwi run-machine Kane Williamson to lead from the front in Sunday’s series decider.
Kuldeep Yadav gets to have another go at Tom Latham after the punishment he received in the first ODI.
Despite their contrasting styles, Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar have forged a potent new-ball partnership
Yuzvendra Chahal has got the better of Glenn Maxwell in all three ODIs of the on-going series with wise decision making from captain Virat Kohli.
Gautam Gambhir offered to step down as captain so that he can focus on his batting and give a youngster a shot at captaincy.
How the Dhaka Lit Fest brought stories and people from across the world to Bangladesh.