The director of the Indian team is no messiah, but he will set the house in order, and it’s a house that desperately needs some order
Despite abundant talent, the failure of India's batsmen overseas has ...
Ravi Shastri confirms that he's the boss, Varun Aaron provides the ...
Ravi Shastri may not have the magic wand, but his attitude and ...
The Sri Lankan hero had a greater impact on cricket than many legends of the game
Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene and Younis Khan have shown that for some cricketers, being on the wrong side of 30 is no barrier to excellence
Nothing wrong with his technique, says former Saurashtra colleague, feels the alien conditions and a lack of luck are pulling the No. 3 batsman back
ICC’s clampdown on suspect actions, the Ashwin conundrum and explaining the nuances of the game to the uninitiated are among many talking points in the papers
The Jayawardene-Sangakkara success story as a partnership is unlikely to be paralleled in Sri Lankan cricket history
Several contemporary batting legends have endured rough patches in long careers, but the truly great have found the strength to bounce back
Middle-order mainstay says he has learnt a lot from observing his seniors, VVS Laxman in particular
A natural disdain for opposition spinners and the propensity to premeditate played right into the England offspinner’s hands in Southampton
Kallis had the rare ability to ask himself questions dispassionately, mostly of the risk- versus-reward variety
India coach happy playing second fiddle to captain, says Dhoni gives everyone a fair chance
The changes in India’s backroom staff will: