World Cup: Amit Shah congratulates Team India on big win against Pak

Home Minister Amit Shah today congratulated the Indian cricket team for its victory over Pakistan in a World Cup match saying it was ‘another strike’ on the neighbouring country and the ‘result is the same’. Continue Reading

World Cup: High-octane battle between India & Pakistan Sunday

It is the only game where emotions, patriotism and spirit run high and players get an extra motivation to perform well. The prevailing political tensions between the two countries has raised tremendous expectations for the match. Continue Reading

World Cup 2019: Team India has some vulnerabilities, says Border

Former Australia captain Allan Border feels India, despite having some vulnerabilities in its squad for the ongoing World Cup, will prove to be a big stumbling block for Aaron Finch and boys when the two teams meet on Sunday at the Kensington Oval. Continue Reading

World Cup 2019: Australia can give tough fight to India at Oval Sunday

One of the most formidable sides in the World Cup, Australia will take on favourites India at the Oval in London tomorrow, in what is touted to be the most-anticipated contest of this World Cup. Continue Reading

Brian Lara says he would rotate strike if he had to face Bumrah

“I don’t believe counter-attacking against such a good bowler is a great idea. He might have a one-off bad day and then batsmen can capitalise but generally he has had very good days. I think I would look to pay that respect,” he explained. Continue Reading

Can we repeat ’83 magic?

In 1983, India created history when they lifted the cricket World Cup in England. Considered underdogs, the boys, then led by a determined Kapil Dev, went on to win the trophy. Continue Reading

IPL: Cricket-lovers queue up at Chepauk as yellow fever grips CSK fans

The walls are painted yellow, CSK jerseys are sold everywhere amidst men in khaki taking guard at vantage positions around Chepauk. After almost a year, cricket is back in Chennai. Continue Reading

Game of thorns

With just a couple of ODIs left for India to arrive at a conclusion to pick the best squad for the forthcoming World Cup, the shocking defeat to Australians last night at Ranchi has added more trouble. Continue Reading

India-Australia first Twenty20 International begins at Vizag Sunday

After a successful tour Down Under in which India tasted success barring the T20 series against New Zealand, India returns in action at home this time against the touring Australians with the first T20I scheduled at the Dr Y S Rajasekhara Reddy Stadium in Visakhapatnam tomorrow. Continue Reading