Sahil Malhotra

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Unmukt Chand returns to Delhi T20 squad; Sarthak Ranjan, Himmat Singh demoted to U-23

Unmukt Chand has returned to Delhi T20 squad for Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy Super League stage.

ICC U-19 World Cup 2018: Coach Sanjay Bhardwaj hopes playing close to body will take Manjot Kalra far

Manjot Kalra’s strength, according to the coach, is playing close to the body. In New Zealand, where fast bowlers get assistance, such a technique is an asset.

Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Rishabh Pant removed as Delhi skipper; Pradeep Sangwan to lead

Ever since his appointment as captain for the Vijay Hazare Trophy last year, Pant's batting has been on a downward curve.

Delhi’s season gets better as U-23 team win CK Nayudu Trophy

Delhi overhauled the 239-run target with five wickets to spare as wicketkeeper Anuj Rawat top-scored with 75.

Ex-Delhi cricketer Sobers Joban stung in ‘fixing’ video, father says hang him if guilty

Sobers Joban, an Indian former junior-level state cricketer, is shown in a purported undercover video offering to sell details of “fixed" sessions of the third Ashes Test.

‘Rohit Sharma has good heart,’ says Sri Lanka’s top fan who got help from Indian star for ailing father

As Rohit Sharma went about hitting bowlers to all parts of the park in Mohali, a Sri Lanka fan back home was very happy for the opener's achievement, a record third double hundred in ODIs.

Why this Sri Lankan fan has a special place in Indian cricket team’s heart

Nilam's Facebook wall is flooded with pictures of Indian cricketers and his ease with the players is primarily because of him following them closely when they tour the island

Six weeks, three double hundreds: Meet Punjab’s run-machine Anmolpreet Singh

The last one month has seen nothing short of an extraordinary glut of runs for Punjab's 19-year-old batsman Anmolpreet Singh.

Virat Kohli can’t stay away from limelight

Over the years, Virat Kohli has been a major crowd puller and in Ashish Nehra's farewell match, the Indian skipper managed to get some of the limelight with 26 runs off 11 balls.

No regrets at Ashish Nehra’s grand farewell at Feroz Shah Kotla

In his last international game, Ashish Nehra strode into the sunset with ease, bowled at a fair clip and in his words, signed off with no regrets.

Feroz Shah Kotla gets Virender Sehwag Gate, and a faux pas too

Virender Sehwag is wrongly called the "only Indian to score a triple century in Test cricket" on the gate named after him at the Feroz Shah Kotla.

India’s No 4 Roulette expected to continue

Indian cricket team has tried as many as 11 players for the No 4 position since the 2015 World Cup.

Delhi U-19 captain Manjot Kalra’s age under scrutiny before Vinoo Mankad Trophy

An age-verification process was conducted by DDCA officials where Manjot Kalra was asked to produce all age-proof related documents in original.

We have a code of conduct in place and those who will not follow it, will struggle, says Madan Lal

Madan Lal had the task of appointing coaches, selectors, trainers and managers for the upcoming domestic season. With Delhi underachieving over the last few years and coach KP Bhaskar and veteran batsman Gautam Gambhir having a fractious relationship, his assignment was not easy.

Anil Kumble-Virat Kohli saga: In between the two tweets

A "Thank You" post by Kumble, with a long message, did create a sympathetic mood on social media, but the skipper is yet to react. The only reaction so far is Kohli deleting his welcome message tweet for Kumble.

Gautam Gambhir’s hunger to succeed sets him apart

Gautam Gambhir was an expressive and emotive skipper for KKR in the IPL Eliminator against SRH - as he has been throughout the season.

IPL 2017: KXIP win over Mumbai Indians makes it a four-way race for last three play-offs spot

As KXIP beat Mumbai Indians in a run-feast, we take a look at what Pune, Hyderabad, Punjab, Kolkata need to do to make play-offs.

IPL 2017: From Ben Stokes ton to David Warner’s run – the week it was

From runs to tons to wickets, the IPL 10 week gone by had plenty in store. In this new series, we recap the ones which mattered.

IPL 2017, DD vs KKR: Delhi need to get their batting order right

With enough firepower in their ranks, Delhi Daredevils need to ensure they give their in-form hitters enough time in the middle.

IPL 2017, RPS vs MI: Steve Smith, Ajinkya Rahane star in thriller

Needing 10 off 3, Steve Smith (84*) hits consecutive sixes to help Rising Pune Supergiant (187/3) beat Mumbai Indians (184/8) by seven wickets in their IPL opener.