England cricketers arrive in Bangladesh amid tight security
England's one-day international cricket side arrived in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka on Friday amid huge security.
Rain interrupts post lunch session of second India-New Zealand Test
India were all out for 316 in their first innings in the second cricket Test against New Zealand at Eden Gardens, here today.
After setback in SC, BCCI defers SGM
The BCCI is so cautious about technicalities that it adjourned Friday’s special general meeting in Mumbai.
India vs New Zealand: Rahane rues misreading pitch, loose shots
The newly relaid Eden Gardens pitch was one of the many talking points of the first day’s play of the second Test.
Indian bowlers can hope for assistance
Ross Taylor, who is leading the side in the absence of Kane Williamson, has a huge role to play.
India vs New Zealand: Late swing in Test of character
The first day’s play of the second Test at Eden Gardens was a fine advertisement of the longer format.
M Ashwin left out of Ranji squad
A glaring omission is that of Murugan Ashwin, who was a part of the India Red squad at the recently-held Duleep Trophy.
IOB in semis
Pradosh Ranjan Paul’s 72 helped Districts I beat City IV via first-innings lead in the TNCA round-robin U-16 tournament.
Outstanding bowling effort to check India's run-rate: Henry
India's batting line-up failed to recover from the early blows dealt by New Zealand's concerted bowling effort.
Don't put India,Pak in same group of international tournaments: BCCI to ICC
If the 2 countries reach the Semi-finals and have to clash at that time, it is another situation which can't be avoided.
Lodha Committee effect: BCCI staring at leadership crisis
BCCI is staring at a leadership crisis as 95 per cent of the top brass will be wiped out.
Afridi, Ajmal call for bilateral cricket with India
Afridi took to Twitter to push for a peaceful resolution of the recent hostilities between Pakistan and India.
BCCI units came with improper authorisation letters during the SGM: Sources
The adjourned SGM was called to consider adoption of sweeping reforms in BCCI suggested by the Justice Lodha Committee.
Kumble picks 2002 Test triumph in England as defining moment
Sitting besides Viru, Kumble in a lighter vein also blamed the former opener for robbing him off a second Test century.
BCCI misses first deadline to implement Lodha reforms
BCCI missed the first deadline to implement Lodha Committee recommendations on sweeping administrative reforms.
Shikhar Dhawan trolled by Twitterati after poor show in Ind vs NZ test
Dhawan failed to live up to his team management's hopes, casting a shadow over his place in the side in the future.
India flounder, disciplined New Zealand grab Day 1 honours
For the in-form Pujara, it was his third half-century from as many innings but a lapse in concentration.
India wins the toss and elects to bat against New Zealand in second test
Kane Williamson has been ruled out of the encounter and Ross Taylor captains the New Zealand side in his absence.
Skipper Kohli cool with DRS in future
India have suffered in the past because of their reluctance to use Decision Review System.
BCCI sombre before meeting of no hope
The BCCI has so far put up a strong fight, even if it meant facing the wrath of the Supreme Court.
Three's a Jolly good company
The former India wicketkeeper, who has also been a BCCI Talent Resource Development Officer, has a knack for spotting talent.
Rank outsider compared to class says India's Test skipper Kohli
A victory will not only help India wrap up the three-match series, but also propel them to No 1 in Test rankings.
Pakistan, West Indies launch World Cup fight
Both Pakistan and the West Indies will also play in three one-day matches in the Caribbean next March.
India's 250th home Test: Best of the best memories so far
The iconic Eden Gardens to witness another historic feat, with the Indian team all set to feature in their 250th home Test.
England's Anderson, Wood ruled out of Bangladesh tour
England play three one-day internationals and two Tests on the tour, for which they leave on Thursday.

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