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Rising Pune Supergiant's skipper Steve Smith, during a presser in the capital, speaks about his friendship with Virat Kohli, and why it's important to move on and focus on IPL 10.
For the longest time, Ravindra Jadeja had delivered the goods with the ball but now he is producing some pivotal runs for India.
MS Dhoni led Jharkhand to a six-wicket win over Vidarbha in Vijay Hazare Trophy quarter-final; next face Bengal in semis.
MS Dhoni played an unbeaten 18-run innings, which was interrupted by fans, one of them who also got beaten up by the police.
In 2001, India, trailing 0-1 and following-on in the second Test at Eden Gardens, scripted an emphatic comeback to win the series 2-1.
Unmukt Chand, who didn’t find a place in initial squad, now gets an opportunity to cement his place in the team.
Delhi's Rishabh Pant is the fourth-highest run-getter this season with an aggregate of 972 runs in eight matches he played. The left-hander hit most sixes - 49 - this year.
DDCA vice-president welcomed High Court’s observations and said it’s now up to the signatories to furnish needed payments.
The DDCA has given the panel a shake midway through the 2016-17 season and removed former international cricketers Nikhil Chopra, Maninder Singh and Atul Wassan.
Justice Mukul Mudgal said "only those matches or trials should be conducted which the selectors require at this point of time."
DDCA, however said, that India Test skipper Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir will be the captain and vice-captain for the entire season respectively.
Ashwin and Jadeja didn't go for plenty of runs, but only two maidens between them shows with how much ease New Zealand dealt with the duo.
Cheteshwar Pujara scored 166 and 256 in the Duleep Trophy to show glimpses of his typical self and carried that into the first Test.
New Zealand pressed for wickets after taking the new ball when it was due, and Trent Boult did the job for his skipper Kane Williamson.
Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Murali Vijay got out playing shots they shouldn't have at that stage of the game.
Armaan Jaffer showed his class against a quality New Zealand attack in his innings of 69 on Saturday.
Mumbai coach Chandrakant Pandit feels Rohit Sharma, who got out for 18, scoring runs in the warm-up would have not only helped the right-hander but the Indian cricket team too.
While all Mumbai batsmen who batted on Saturday scored atleast fifties, Rohit Sharma failed to impress and fell for 18.
Tom Latham, against popular perception, feels it will be the new ball which would be crucial in the upcoming series against India.
Consistency worked against Martin Guptill, and Balwinder Singh Sandhu revealed it was the plan for the New Zealand opener.