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Sanjay Bangar defends spinning track

Refusing to blame the pitch for India’s slipshod batting performance on the opening day, coach Sanjay Bangar said the hosts paid for a few errors of judgement on a challenging and “result-oriented wic

Mumbai emerge victors in tough chase, Railways win

Iqbal Abdulla (39) and Shardul Thakur (38) held nerves under intense pressure as they raised an unbeaten 68-run stand lower down the order to lead Mumbai to a stunning come-from-behind victory over Ma

BCCI seeks government’s clearance

Anurag Thakur

Board secretary Anurag Thakur sends letter to foreign ministry

If PCB wants Indians in PSL, we can look into it: Rajeev Shukla

Rajeev Shukla

IPL chairman and BCCI functionary Rajeev Shukla has claimed that the Indian board is open to considering any request from its Pakistan counterpart seeking permission for its players’ participation in

It’s now or never for South Africa

South African cricketer Hashim Amla with team mates during a practice session. (Photo:PTI)

Leading 1-0 in what has now effectively become a three-game series after the washout at Bengaluru, India would look to deliver the knock-out blow on South Africa and sew up the rubber in the third Tes

Pitch debate beyond my understanding: Virat Kohli

India cricket team captain Virat Kohli addresses the media in Nagpur. (Photo: PTI)

India’s Test captain Virat Kohli has consciously stayed away from the debate surrounding the nature of the pitches prepared for the ongoing South Africa series as he feels that these discussions are “

Ashwin slams double standards of outrage against Indian pitches

Ravichandran Ashwin celebrates the dismissal of a South Africa's Stiaan van Zyl . (Photo: PTI)

India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin on Thursday questioned all those who are critical of Indian pitches offering substantial turn asking why no one raises a question when an Ashes Test at Trent brid

Day-night fixture to promote Tests: ICC

A top official of cricket’s governing body asserted the first-ever day-night Test featuring Australia and New Zealand starting in Brisbane from Friday will help promote Test matches.

Cornered India hit back

Indian bowler Ravindra Jadeja celebrates with his teammates as he takes wicket of South African batsman Imran Tahir. (Photo:PTI)

Indian batsmen capitulated meekly against both pace and spin to be shot out for 215 before hitting back at South Africa with two early scalps on Day One of the third and penultimate Test here on Wedn

My word! Are we touchy... or are we touchy? Our skins are getting thinner and thinner by the day.

Even in the most avowed democracies, wars, terrorism, insurgencies and natural calamities ensure the relevance and respect of the defence forces and their veterans.