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  • India delay Champions Trophy squad amid revenue talks

    India failed to submit its squad for the upcoming Champions Trophy by the Tuesday midnight deadline and, as it tries to thrash out a better revenue deal with cricket's governing body, the world's richest board has not ruled out boycotting the tournament altogether.

  • India to consider player demands for increased pay

    The Indian board (BCCI) will consider a further increase in salaries for its contracted players after leading cricketers expressed dissatisfaction with the pay raise announced last month.

  • Team India want further pay hike

    Former India team director Ravi Shastri feels the top-ranked Indian cricketers are being "paid peanuts" compared to their English and Australian counterparts and said that the BCCI should equally remunerate those Test players who weren't able to bag IPL contracts.

  • Indian cricketer arrested for rape in Zimbabwe

    An unnamed Indian cricketer was arrested on Friday for allegedly raping a local woman in Harare, Zimbabwe.

  • No day off after retirement for Dhoni

    India’s limited overs skipper MS Dhoni is likely to have his hands full after retirement, as he has a diversified portfolio with business interests in real estate, security solutions, a chain of gyms or the recently-launched sports apparel chain, SEVEN.

  • Sir Viv slams ICC for double standards

    Sir Vivian Richards lashes out at the International Cricket Council by saying the governing body has one rule for West Indies and another for the Indian cricket team.

  • Mahmudullah takes blame for India loss

    Bangladesh allrounder Mahmudullah says he could not forget the heartbreaking one-run defeat to India in the World T20 and that 'it was my fault".

  • Bangladesh-India ‘rivalry’ a media hype: Shakib

    Bangladesh ace allrounder Shakib Al Hasan says the so called rivalry between Bangladesh and India in cricket is a hype created by media.

  • Shane Watson

    Semi-final spot on the line in Mohali

    Australia and India lock horns in a straight knockout match of Super Ten round of ICC World T20 2016 at Mohali to move through to the semi-finals.

  • Rejuvenated Pakistan out to test India

    India and Pakistan lock horns in the much anticipated Super Ten match of ICC World Twenty20 at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

  • Heartthrobs brace up to battle heavyweights

    New Zealand lock horns with India in the first match of Super 10 round of ICC World T20 at Nagpur.

  • Nurturing slum children's passion for cricket

    Underprivileged Indian children now can dream of making it big in cricket as a former Indian government employee, is helping them turn that dream into reality.

  • How the INDvBAN cricket match led to a hacker war

    After the Asia Cup final match a team of hackers calling themselves the Kerala Cyber Warriors hacked into more than 15 Bangladeshi websites, including several belonging to the government. Visitors to the sites were greeted with victorious Hindi music, yet more cricket memes and a message: "YOUR CRICKET TEAM IS NOTHING".

  • Mahmudullah Riyad v Yuvraj Singh

    Yuvraj is feared for his six-hitting abilities and has rediscovered his touch, while Mahmudullah can take Bangladesh home in a difficult chase or make sure that there are enough runs on the board to defend, both of which he does in elegant fashion.

  • Mushfiqur Rahim v Suresh Raina

    Both Mushfiqur Rahim and Suresh Raina come in at number four and both have the ability to set the tone for their teams.

  • Taskin Ahmed v Ashish Nehra

    Nehra has a combination of new-ball movement at decent pace often results in early wickets, while Taskin is much quicker and has repeatedly provided good bowling starts to the Tigers with his economical and incisive spells.

  • Tamim Iqbal v Rohit Sharma

    Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal and India opener Rohit Sharma have two very different styles with very similar impacts on their respective teams.

  • Who is favourite in new show of old rivalry?

    The marquee clash between India and Pakistan in the Asia Cup is set to be a mouth-watering one as the teams do not play each other often enough in the international circuit thanks to the political tension between the two countries.

  • Bangladesh fall short by 45 runs

    Bangladesh lose the opening match of the Asia Cup 2016 against India by 45 runs under the lights at Mirpur stadium.

  • Tendulkar's autobiography makes bestselling record

    Former Indian cricket star Sachin Tendulkar continues to make records even after retiring from cricket as his autobiography 'Playing It My Way' enters the Limca Book of Records for being the best-selling adult hardback across both fiction and non-fiction categories.

  • Sunil Dev denies claiming Old Trafford India-England Test fixed

    Former Delhi and District Cricket Association secretary Sunil Dev denies claiming that the fourth Test match between India and England in Manchester in 2014 was fixed.

  • Kohli and Anushka to part ways?

    It seems the latest couple to enter splitsville might be Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma and her cricketer beau, Virat Kohli.

  • Kohli and spinners wreck Australia's day

    India beat Australia by 37 runs in the first T20I of the three match series at Adelaide Oval.

  • Non-bailable warrant issued against Dhoni

    A non-bailable warrant is issued against Mahendra Singh Dhoni in a local court in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh for a morphed picture of India's limited-overs' captain that appeared on the cover of a magazine in April 2013.

  • The year of Bangladesh

    It was a year of many firsts for Bangladesh-- a World Cup quarter-final appearance, series wins over Pakistan, India and South Africa, and the unearthing of a bowling star.

  • India-South Africa fourth Test in jeopardy

    The fourth Test between India and South Africa, scheduled to begin on December 3 in Delhi, is in jeopardy as the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) kick-starts a probe on the state association.

  • Amit Mishra arrested in Bangalore, released on bail

    India legspinner Amit Mishra is arrested, and subsequently released on bail, in Bangalore in connection with the case of assault filed against him by a woman on October 20.

  • South Africa slam 438 to flatten India in decider

    South Africa beat India by 214 runs in the fifth ODI to win series 3-2 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, India.

  • Indian cricketer Zaheer Khan announces Int’l retirement

    India seamer Zaheer Khan announces his retirement from international and first-class cricket. He will, however, continue to play in the IPL for one more season.

  • India team manager fined for 'inappropriate comments'

    Indian team manager Vinod Phadke is fined 40% of his match fee by the International Cricket Council for making "inappropriate comments" on a number of contentious umpiring decisions by Vineet Kulkarni