I feared my career was over, says Chris Rogers
I feared my career was over, says Chris Rogers

Rogers had been struck on the helmet by Anderson before making 173 in the first innings at Lord's.

Nevill gets nod over experienced Haddin
Nevill gets nod over experienced Haddin

Haddin played the opening Ashes Test in Cardiff but sat out the second Test due to family reasons.

Everyone wants to play against Kohli: Ashton Agar
Everyone wants to play against Kohli: Ashton Agar

Ashton Agar is excited about bowling to India Test captain Virat Kohli in the unofficial Test in Chennai.

Clarke caught in 'sex-success' mix-up, again

While addressing the press, Clarke said it was all about executing the skills to have 'sex.'

'When I play at my best I'm a world-class cricketer'

Ian Bell has been struggling for runs and has scored only 117 runs in the last six Tests.

India women's archery team makes 2016 Olympic cut

India's women's recurve team makes cut 2016 Rio Olympics while the men's team fail to qualify.

Kohli prepares for test

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Kohli prepares for test

I feel I got my life back: Dutee Chand

Dutee Chand spoke to The Indian Express about how she dealt with an uncertain future and also why she never gave up on hope.

Chris Rogers on track for third Ashes Test

Chris Rogers' team mate Mitchell Starc can also be expected to be at full throttle.

Dutee Chand wins right to compete

Dutee Chand, female athlete with high level of male hormone, cleared by CAS.

UP gets Hayden to conduct clinic ahead of Ranji season

It will be the first time that UPCA has roped in an international cricketer from outside India.

A year before Rio, India search for silver lining in the clouds

Camping in a tiny Himachal hamlet, eight thousand feet above sea level, the Van Ass saga and its repercussions have not been felt by the team.

South Africa's 'Discovery of India' starts October 2

In an era of truncated tours, South Africa will spend 72 days in the country playing four Tests, five ODIs and a three-match T20 series.

BCCI says no cricket ties with Pakistan as of now

Asked specifically if India and Pakistan can resume cricket ties, Anurag Thakur talked tough and said it was not a possibility now.

Sreesanth will be permitted to practice in Kochi stadium

GCDA chairman said that even though Sreesanth had not approached the body so far but it will be a definite yes if he does so.

Pro Wrestling League launched in presence of Sushil

Pro Wrestling League will have six city-based teams comprising of the world's top 66 wrestlers.

SRK's Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel crowned CPL champions

Shah Rukh Khan bought stakes in the CPL franchise in June.

I loved opening with Virender Sehwag: David Warner

Replying to a fan's query, David Warner tweeted his appreciation for Virender Sehwag.

Lens on monopoly of cricket's ‘Big Three’

Cricket journalists Sam Collins and Jarrod Kimber’s documentary titled Death of a Gentleman premieres in London on Monday.

United sign Argentine goalkeeper Romero

Romero's arrival is expected to herald the departure of United's backup keeper Victor Valdes,

Lahiri remains on top in Asian Tour Order of Merit

Another Indian, S.S.P. Chawrasia is third on the Merit list with USD 267,244.

ED seeks non-bailable warrant against Lalit Modi

On July 3, the agency summoned Modi in connection with a case registered by the agency under PMLA.

'Will train in USA before coming back for Pro Wrestling'

Sushil Kumar also said that PWL would be an excellent platform for the junior and upcoming grapplers.

If India series happens, that can be my last: Misbah-ul-Haq

Misbah said that if the series against India happens, he wants to play and probably retire from international cricket.

S Sreesanth is far from cricketing comeback

The Indian Express scans through the then ACSU chief Ravi Sawani’s report, based on which the BCCI imposed sanctions.

After getting clean-chit, S Sreesanth returns to training

As he reached the ground in the evening for practice, Sreesanth was given a rousing welcome by his fans.

Sri Lanka end ODI series with 165-run win over Pakistan

After posting 368/4, Sri Lanka bowled out Pakistan for 203 and salvaged a consolation win the 5th ODI.

If Rogers is fit, we will bowl bouncers at him: Wood

Rogers was struck on the helmet by James Anderson off the first ball of the second day of the Lord's Test.