Indian cricket’s generational shift triggers nostalgia, not outrage
A veteran of 150 ODIs and 46 T20s, Mithali has been India’s most dependable batswoman for quite some time.
The Mudgal report on the IPL scandal brings neither clarity nor closure.
The first look of the upcoming biopic on India’s most successful cricket captain Dhoni.
This Indian cricket team was said to have come of age. Three successive Test defeats would suggest not
Kulkarni did his chances no harm with a bagful of wickets for India ‘A’ during the tour Down Under.
Court again points to the crisis cricket isn’t facing up to, as the stakeholders maintain their silence.
Khan believes India is not only a powerhouse but Pakistan should take a leaf out of the neighbour’s book.
Lalit Modi took the opportunity to reiterate his stance on betting in cricket in a series of tweets.
Cricket today is closing the spaces for new ways of imagining our better selves.
At a time when the Sochi Games are reminding us why sport matters, and the football World Cup is months away with its proven capacity to bring millions of spectators without a team to call their own into a shared narrative, cricket’s identity crisis is particularly noticeable.
There’s a wider pool this time with the ECB allowing their players to participate in the show.
At the moment India’s performance is determined by the surface, writes Harsha Bhogle.
From the rebellious smasher of records and runs to the man who wants to train youngsters at his new school.
Sachin Tendulkars retirement was the biggest sporting spectacle of 2013.