The ugly confrontation that marred NZ and SA’s 2011 World Cup quarter-final is unlikely to be repeated.
As South Africa enters World Cup quarterfinals, the team must battle the weight of history.
Nobody has regularly bounced back from on-field problems and off-field controversies quite like MS Dhoni.
New Zealand completed an unbeaten run in the group stages on Friday by defeating Bangladesh by three wickets.
Most of his team-mates have been quiet and New Zealand cricket too has decided to wait for the case to play itself out before doing anything.
Without a job after retiring from cricket, Sinclair, now 39, had to sign up for government dole.
Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq has been the standout in an otherwise faltering campaign.
Sanjay Patel loses secretary’s chair but Srinivasan loyalists win seven of nine posts; Dalmiya is president.
Former West Indian Phil Simmons tells how the growing popularity of cricket has made him a minor celebrity.
Andy Bichel says Dhoni’s captaincy is a bit Steve Waugh-like. He sits back and let the players do their thing.
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I hate the term ‘upset’, says Irish captain after team’s 4-wicket win over West Indies.
Delhi’s Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir will play against Mumbai in Ranji Trophy quarters in Cuttack.
One of India’s leading bankers, Deepak Parekh, writes about how he fell in love with the game, World Cup by World Cup.
RR, incidentally, is the only team to have turned profitable from IPL 1, which it won.