India cricket

India cricket News

England women to tour India for three ODIs, three T20 Internationals

England women will be playing three One-day Internationals and as many T20 Internationals in India in February-March, touring the country for the second time in less than a year.

Conditions in New Zealand will not be similar to Australia but will help seniors: Rahul Dravid

Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Murali Vijay, Prithvi Shaw, Parthiv Patel and Hanuma Vihari figure in the A squad for the first unofficial Test, scheduled in Mount Maunganui from November 16.

Advertising

Mitchell Santner predicts high-scoring India-New Zealand series

India will return to Kiwiland for a five-match ODI rubber starting January 23 in Napier, to be followed by best-of-three T20 Internationals (T20Is). 

Selectors and team management on same page: MSK Prasad

Murali Vijay and Karun Nair said on record that there has been no communication from either the selectors or team management regarding their exclusion from the Test side. 

A sports shop owner’s journey to play List-A cricket: 2,000 km in less than 24 hours

The BCCI’s decision to revoke the allowance they’d given Puducherry to field more than the regulated number of outstation players in their squad had sent the CAP scurrying for last-minute reinforcements.

Karun Nair to lead Board President's XI in West Indies' warm-up game

The West Indies will be in India for almost seven weeks, starting September 26. They will compete against India in two Tests, five ODIs and three T20 Internationals.

Advertising

India selfish to not play day-night Test in Australia, says Mark Waugh

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.

Without exception

For a real cleansing, apply conflict of interest rules to cricket’s players as well as to its administrators

Team India's billion cricket fans blow hot and cold after World Cup semi-final loss to Australia

The way India reacted to the semi-final loss against Australia.

Suspense, then relief as Mumbai make quarters

Some nervous minutes passed as Bengal batted doggedly. Madhya Pradesh needed two more wickets to thwart Mumbai’s plans.

India cricket Photos

Rare occasion: Virat Kohli ton not enough for India

India seemed on track for a facile win with Kohli anchoring the chase with his 18th ODI ton.

India cricket Videos

Indian cricket legend Ajit Wadekar passes away at 77

Ajit Wadekar, the first man to lead India to a series win in England, passed away at 77 due to a prolonged illness in Mumbai. The former cricketer-turned-coach took his last breath at Mumbai's Jaslok Hospital on Wednesday.

Advertising
Advertising