India’s refusal to play a day-night Test in Adelaide is selfish and hinders efforts to reinvigorate Test cricket, Australia’s former batsman Mark Waugh said.
For a real cleansing, apply conflict of interest rules to cricket’s players as well as to its administrators
The way India reacted to the semi-final loss against Australia.
Some nervous minutes passed as Bengal batted doggedly. Madhya Pradesh needed two more wickets to thwart Mumbai’s plans.
The growing influence of the BJP within the RCA hasn’t gone down too well with former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi.
IPL chairman Ranjib Biswal rejected suggestions that council will take a call on the WI players’ participation in league.
BCCI move to restrict wives and girlfriends on tour is nothing short of sexist.
If this was tennis, score would have been 3-6, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0. England raised their game and won, writes Harsha Bhogle.
During the net session, England clearly knew their backyard better and opted for ‘slow’ preparations.
When India landed in London, they were decked in t-shirts and track pants instead of blazers and trousers.
The 30-year old Stuart Binny’s selection for the tours of Bangladesh and England was frowned upon.
India could think of opening with Ajinkya Rahane and demote Rohit Sharma.
Highlight of Indian innings was the 120-run seventh wicket partnership between Rahane and Dhoni.
India’s inability to rotate the strike can get exploited in foreign climes.
Officials of Indian, Australian, English and South African cricket boards discuss two-tier system.