India Tour Of New Zealand

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MS Dhoni, do you believe you can win abroad?

Losing overseas is now an epidemic and epidemics must call for tough measures, writes Harsha Bhogle.

Brendon McCullum, NZ’s first triple-centurion, made it to the front page of Daily News, a rare high for cricket in a rugby-crazy nation. A spectator risks a limb to watch McCullum complete his 300 at the Basin Reserve on Tuesday.  (Daksh Panwar)

India tour of New Zealand: Booker, Grammy and now 300

Following India’s winless streak, Daksh Panwar catches up with a nation on a celebration overdrive.


Mahendra Singh Dhoni a defensive captain, allows opposition to make a comeback: Mohinder Amarnath

Asked about his choice for future captain, he said Virat Kohli looked good to shoulder the responsibility.


India’s away woes continue, but Mahendra Singh Dhoni sees improvement

India did not win a single game on their shortened tour of New Zealand, losing both ODI and Test series.


India tour of New New Zealand: When victory was turned into something very like defeat

Funniest pictures from the internet, bemoaning Team India’s lack of consistency.


Bowlers did a very good job and bowled in right areas: Cheteshwar Pujara

While wickets didn’t come in the last session, a couple of close chances went down in the field.


Brendon McCullum, Watling keep New Zealand alive

India must win the match to level the two-Test series after New Zealand won the first game at Eden Park.


For this fan, sound of the game is music to his ears

Jones has been blind since birth but has religiously attended most matches at Basin Reserve for last 30 years.


Ajinkya Rahane makes ground

Ajinkya Rahane maiden Test ton to put India in a position of strength; New Zealand 24 for 1 after trailing by 246.


On Valentine’s Day, the love story of a ground

It’s a unique initiative for a cricket ground. It reminds you of love padlocks commonly seen at bridges across Europe.


Ton-up Ajinkya Rahane anchors India to big lead at Basin Reserve

Ajinkya Rahane had anchored India’s innings with a compact approach in holding up his end .


Zaheer Khan loses a yard, his sting

The Zaheer of old, had a ‘Zaheer special’ ball that would give him early wickets.