Team India inconsistent like Bollywood stars, says Jeffrey Arthur
Team India inconsistent like Bollywood stars, says Jeffrey Arthur

Renowned British author and a former MP Jeffrey Archer on Wednesday said the current Indian cricket team puzzles him and compared the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side with Bollywood superstars, who according to him are famous for their inconsistencies in giving hit films.

Anurag Thakur's priorities: Repair BCCI's image, play more Tests
Anurag Thakur's priorities: Repair BCCI's image, play more Tests

Cleaning up the battered image of the BCCI, taking international cricket to new venues around the country and ensuring that India play more Tests top the priority list of newly-elected Board Secretary Anurag Thakur.

ICC World Cup: Few good training days better than many sessions, says MS Dhoni
ICC World Cup: Few good training days better than many sessions, says MS Dhoni

Indian team's irregular sessions may have surprised many but skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels that it is better to do three days of "high intensity" training rather than six days of "mediocre" workout to keep fresh in a marathon tournament like the cricket World Cup.

Suspense on Presidential candidates ahead of BCCI AGM
Suspense on Presidential candidates ahead of BCCI AGM

With just two days to go for the Cricket Board's much-awaited Annual General Meeting, both N Srinivasan and his rival faction are keeping their cards close to the chest as the suspense mounts on who will be the next President of the cash-rich body.

India can't be underestimated despite poor form: Greg Chappell
India can't be underestimated despite poor form: Greg Chappell

 Former India coach Greg Chappell said the defending champions cannot be written off as one of the strong contenders for the ICC Cricket World Cup despite a poor outing Down Under.

Cricket World Cup 2015: India is a very dangerous side, says Josh Hazlewood
Cricket World Cup 2015: India is a very dangerous side, says Josh Hazlewood

 Notwithstanding India's awful form in the run-up to the cricket World Cup, Australian paceman Josh Hazlewood feels the defending champions are a very dangerous side and that it was "just a matter of time" before their batting order clicks.

Dhoni, the leader, will be key to India's fortunes: Chandu Borde
Dhoni, the leader, will be key to India's fortunes: Chandu Borde

The class of 2011 overlooked, former captain and chief selector Chandu Borde says India's fortune in the upcoming cricket World Cup will largely depend on the way their experienced skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni leads the bunch, which is a mix of youth and experience.

Indo-Pak bilateral series in Indian government's court: PCB
Indo-Pak bilateral series in Indian government's court: PCB

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday said that the scheduled bilateral series with India in the UAE in December this year solely depends on the clearnce from the Indian government.

Not contemplating retirement for next two years: Virender Sehwag
Not contemplating retirement for next two years: Virender Sehwag

Sidelined India batsman Virender Sehwag has ruled out the possibility of retiring from cricket and has expressed his insistence on playing for "atleast the next two years."

Holders India to enter ICC World Cup in second spot
Holders India to enter ICC World Cup in second spot

 Defending champions India will enter the 11th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup in second spot behind leaders Australia.

We are in catch-22 situation, says MS Dhoni
We are in catch-22 situation, says MS Dhoni

Knocked out of the Tri-series, Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Friday said the dilemma over settling down into the right bowling combination has put the team in a "catch-22 situation" ahead of the ODI World Cup.

Srinivasan keeps mum post-Supreme Court verdict
Srinivasan keeps mum post-Supreme Court verdict

Sidelined BCCI president N. Srinivasan refused to comment following the Supreme Court's decision Thursday to bar him from contesting the election for the Indian cricket board's governing body presidency due to a "conflict of interest".

Rahul Dravid endorses day-night Tests
Rahul Dravid endorses day-night Tests

Former Indian cricket captain Rahul Dravid Friday endorsed the idea of playing day/night Tests as a counter step to curb the ever shrinking spectator count in the longest form of the game.

Rahul Dravid not impressed with format of ICC World Cup 2015
Rahul Dravid not impressed with format of ICC World Cup 2015

Having been a part of three World Cup campaigns, former India cricket captain Rahul Dravid said that the current format of the 50-over showpiece event, starting mid February in Australia and New Zealand, is too predictable and should be improved upon.

MS Dhoni keeps silence on shock Test retirement
MS Dhoni keeps silence on shock Test retirement

Mahendra Singh Dhoni would not elaborate Thursday about his sudden retirement from Test cricket, ahead of leading India in the one-day international tri-series against Australia and England.

BCCI unveils new official kit of Team India
BCCI unveils new official kit of Team India

Ahead of the ODI tri-series between India, Australia and England, the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Thursday unveiled the new official jersey of Team India at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

India are light years ahead of England in ODI: Bob Willis
India are light years ahead of England in ODI: Bob Willis

 Former England fast bowler Bob Willis said that the Indians were light years ahead of their present English counterparts in One-Day Internationals (ODIs), and added that the limited overs game has changed beyond recognition.

Why we had seen enough of MS Dhoni in Tests

4-0, 4-0, 3-1 and now 2-0.

Out of favour Gambhir, Yuvraj now deprived of BCCI central contract
Out of favour Gambhir, Yuvraj now deprived of BCCI central contract

This is truly the end of an era in Indian cricket. After finding themselves out of India's 30-man 2015 World Cup probables list, Yuvraj Singh and Gautam Gambhir joined the likes of Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan and Ashish Nehra who lost central contract.

India vs Australia: Only aggression, no runs for Rohit Sharma
India vs Australia: Only aggression, no runs for Rohit Sharma

It wasn't long ago that Rohit Sharma created a world record by smashing 264 runs in an ODI against Sri Lanka. While the right-hander was once again hailed for his incredible batting skills, many doubted whether he could carry his form into the Test series against Australia.