Pietersen has been rested from England's limited-overs series in Australia.
Jesse Ryder gave New Zealand a brisk beginning, clubbing 23 from 13 balls.
Seamer Mitchell Johnson said he felt no sympathy for struggling English skipper Alastair Cook.
IPL defending champions give cricketers from capital call up for a two-day camp in Baroda.
Sneh will get her hands on uniform she so coveted, after being selected in the Mithali-led Indian women’s team.
Sri Lanka posted a big 413-run total when the two teams played the last Test at the venue.
Seamer Sandeep feels Punjab start favourites due to the home advantage.
Sri Lanka won the second Test in Dubai and now lead the three match series by one nil.
Jadhav's impact on this Maharashtra side goes beyond all those runs that he has scored.
India opener shows up at Vikaspuri academy to back Sharma as authorities pick holes in structure.
India will open their campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan on February 15 in Dubai.
Chappell said teams have already set their sight at the ICC World Cup 2015.
India skipper MS Dhoni said he is hoping for a good performance from his bowlers.
This is India's ninth visit to New Zealand for a bilateral contest and their first since 2008-09.
Daniel Vettori is currently playing for Brisbane Heat in the Australian Big Bash.
Parvez Rasool hopes that his state’s cricket side will be taken more seriously in the future.
Bengal stop Railways 48 runs short of target to make first Ranji semis since 2006-07.
Sarfraz Ahmed could add only four runs to his overnight score of 74.
The 163-run stand between Finch and Warner laid foundation for Australia's comprehensive win.
Set a target of 271, Railways were bundled out for 222 in 83.3 over.
Dhoni believed that his young team should expect a number of new challenges in New Zealand.
Younis Khan made a fluent 77 off 173 balls with five boundaries.
Dhoni said the series in South Africa yielded a lot of positives for the team.
Chasing a target of 333, UP were bundled out for 240 in 65.3 overs.
Kartik is no mug with the bat, having made over 4,000 runs in first-class cricket.