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Hoping to make a comeback into the Indian cricket team with stellar showings in the IPL, new Delhi Daredevils recruits Yuvraj Singh and Zaheer Khan on Tuesday said they would make their stint with the
Defending an under-fire Virat Kohli, Indian cricket Team Director Ravi Shastri on Tuesday said the swashbuckling batsman's ordinary run in the World Cup had nothing to do with his actress-girlfriend
The Indian Premier League’s Kolkata schedule has been slightly rejigged owing to the Municipal elections in the city with the organisers deciding to shift KKR’s April 12 to 25 home matches
Controversy has already hit the cash rich Indian Premier League as defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders have threatened to pull out of the competition. According to reports, KKR are set to get
A lacklustre World Cup performance notwithstanding, Virat Kohli remained the highest-placed Indian batsman at fourth even as Shikhar Dhawan rose a rung to sixth in the latest ICC ODI rankings issued
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting on Monday began his new innings as the head coach of the Mumbai Indians who commenced their training at the Wankhede Stadium ahead of the Indian Premier League
Boult, Starc impress Kumble  (31 March 07:16 pm) 
Unfortunately it was quite an anti-climax in the end. Brendon McCullum had spared no attempt in trying to rally as much support for his team heading into their maiden World Cup final. And when he was
New Zealand left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori confirmed what many expected in announcing his retirement from international cricket upon the team's return from the World Cup on Tuesday.The 36-year-old
Which cricketing age begins in 2015?  (31 March 01:16 am) 
World Cups are turning points. Win one and the whole system could be electrified and lose one and heads may start rolling and the whole system could end up being reworked. Here’s dividing Indian
Melbourne: International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman Narayanaswami Srinivasan has hailed the cricket World Cup 2015 as "the most popular in history", and said he believes the 50-over game is in
Why Team India is still an overachiever  (30 March 10:00 pm) 
India has never had a tearaway fast bowler like Brett Lee or Shoaib Akhtar or a fast bowling attack even remotely as threatening as the West Indian one of yore. Till some years back we were one of the
Melbourne: Australian skipper Michael Clarke has said he would like to see five fielders outside the 30-yard circle instead of the current four during "powerplays" to allow bowlers more protection
Melbourne: Dismissing criticism against Virat Kohli for his early dismissal in the World Cup semifinal against Australia, former Indian cricket captain Rahul Dravid said barring the one blip, the star
Will the choker troika ever win?  (30 March 09:36 pm) 
From 1975-92, England was by far the best team that never won the ODI World Cup. Out of the five editions, they made it to three finals and two semi-finals to become the most consistent team of the
Melbourne: New Zealand captain BrendonMcCullum today expressed pride and delight with the way histeam performed in the cricket World Cup, despite acomprehensive loss to Australia in the final here
Like it has been with most matches in this World Cup, once again cricket logic prevailed. The better team won the final and the best team in the tournament is the champion. Many felt that New
Australia won three World Cups from 1999-2007. That was the absolutely most boring phase of cricket for all non-Australian fans around. Not only did they win World Cups, but they ruthlessly won
Fast-bowling all-rounder James Faulkner was named man-of-the-match for his devastating spell which helped set up a seven-wicket victory for Australia in the Cricket World Cup final against New Zealand
Australia's players said they had saved their best performance until the end of the tournament after beating New Zealand by seven wickets with more than 16 overs to spare in the World Cup final on
I am over the moon: Michael Clarke  (30 March 09:36 pm) 
Australia defeated New Zealand in an emphatic fashion to lift the 2015 World Cup at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. Here's what the players said after an amazing World Cup final. James
Michael Clarke (74) and Steve Smith (56 n o) slammed brilliant half-centuries as Australia defeated New Zealand byseven wickets to win the 2015 World Cup at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. The
New Zealand were going along nicely after losing early wickets against Australia in the World Cup final until James Faulkner halted their progress at the Melbourne Cricket
For most of the Test series and the one-day tri-series that followed, the Indian team think tank had shown a lot of patience and faith in Shikhar Dhawan. After his explosive start in Test cricket
For most of the Test series and the one-day tri-series that followed, the Indian team think tank had shown a lot of patience and faith in Shikhar Dhawan. After his explosive start in Test cricket
Grant Elliott and Ross Taylor added a century partnership and were on track to take New Zealand to a respectable total in the World Cup final, when a stunning catch by Brad Haddin changed the course