Indian cricketers shower greetings as Tendulkar 'paaji' turns 42
Indian cricketers shower greetings as Tendulkar 'paaji' turns 42

Indian cricketers showered greetings on batting legend Sachin Tendulkar on his turning 42 on Friday.

PM Narendra Modi, Virat Kohli laud Sania Mirza on historic feat
PM Narendra Modi, Virat Kohli laud Sania Mirza on historic feat

Sania Mirza, who created history by becoming the world number one in tennis doubles on Sunday, was congratulated heartily by PM Narendra Modi.

Local players in IPL have outstanding talent: Kane Williamson
Local players in IPL have outstanding talent: Kane Williamson

Relishing every bit of the IPL experience in his debut season, SunRisers Hyderabad's New Zealand import Kane Williamson is mighty impressed by the local talent available in the Sun TV-owned side.

I am a 'big fan' of Umesh Yadav: Dale Steyn
I am a 'big fan' of Umesh Yadav: Dale Steyn

 SunRisers Hyderabad pacer Dale Steyn says he is a "big fan" of Umesh Yadav and predicted that in coming years the Indian bowler would be one to look up to.

IPL 8: Sunrisers Hyderabad bank heavily on pace battery
IPL 8: Sunrisers Hyderabad bank heavily on pace battery

David Warner-led Hyderabad franchise – Sunrisers Hyderabad – will once again rely heavily on its pace attack in the Indian Premier League's eighth season, which is set to kick-off from 8th April.

IPL 8: Sunrisers Hyderabad coach Tom Moody confident of good show
IPL 8: Sunrisers Hyderabad coach Tom Moody confident of good show

Sunrisers Hyderabad head coach Tom Moody said on Sunday that he is optimistic about his team’s chances in the eighth season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) as the team regrouped for the first time.

T20 is easier for pacers than ODIs: Ishant Sharma
T20 is easier for pacers than ODIs: Ishant Sharma

Raring to go in the IPL, a fit-again Sunrisers Hyderabad pacer Ishant Sharma feels T20 is easier for fast bowlers than ODIs with the problematic four-fielder rule not being there in cricket's shortest format.

ICC World Cup 2015: Australia, India braced for World Cup verbal onslaught
ICC World Cup 2015: Australia, India braced for World Cup verbal onslaught

Rival captains Mahendra Singh Dhoni of India and Michael Clarke of Australia may have their hands full trying to keep frayed tempers in check during a potentially explosive World Cup semi-final on Thursday.

Ishant Sharma helped me a lot, says Mohit Sharma
Ishant Sharma helped me a lot, says Mohit Sharma

Pacer Mohit Sharma, who has been a revelation in the ongoing cricket World Cup, credited injured Ishant Sharma for his own success.

Indian bowling won't lack bite due to Ishant Sharma's absence: Sourav Ganguly
Indian bowling won't lack bite due to Ishant Sharma's absence: Sourav Ganguly

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly does not think Indian bowling would lack any bite in absence of seniormost speedster Ishant Sharma who has been ruled out of the Cricket World Cup because of a knee injury.

Team India's confidence dented due to constant failure of bowlers
Team India's confidence dented due to constant failure of bowlers

With just a few days to go for India's blockbuster clash against Pakistan, the defending champions clearly appear to be struggling.

No chance of winning World Cup with this bowling attack: Kirti Azad
No chance of winning World Cup with this bowling attack: Kirti Azad

Former India cricketer Kirti Azadon Tuesday hit out at Ishant Sharma and expressed concerns at the team's thin bowling option, saying it may "hamper its chances" of retaining the title in the upcoming World Cup.

ICC approves Mohit Sharma replacement for World Cup
ICC approves Mohit Sharma replacement for World Cup

The ICC on Sunday confirmed that the Event Technical Committee of the cricket World Cup has approved Mohit Sharma as a replacement player for injured Ishant Sharma in India's squad for the tournament starting February 14.

India seamer Ishant Sharma out of ICC World Cup 2015: Reports
India seamer Ishant Sharma out of ICC World Cup 2015: Reports

India seamer Ishant Sharma has been ruled out of the World Cup after failing to recover from a knee injury, according to various media reports.

Spotlight on fitness as India take on Australia in warm-up tie
Spotlight on fitness as India take on Australia in warm-up tie

India will have to recover quickly from the blow of losing pace spearhead Ishant Sharma even as the fitness of Rohit Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ravindra Jadeja will be under spotlight as they take on hosts Australia in the opening warm-up game of the ICC Cricket World Cup.

Ishant Sharma fails fitness test, Mohit Sharma to replace him in India's World Cup squad
Ishant Sharma fails fitness test, Mohit Sharma to replace him in India's World Cup squad

Finally the word is out. Ishant Sharma is out of India's Cricket World Cup squad, thus putting an end to endless speculations regarding his chances of playing in the quadrennial tournament.

India need to ensure fast bowlers are fit for WC duty: Brett Lee
India need to ensure fast bowlers are fit for WC duty: Brett Lee

Retired Australian pacer Brett Lee is of the opinion that one of the key factors for India to defend their title successfully in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup will be to ensure their fast bowlers retain fitness.

Bowling woes bog down India's cricket World Cup title defence
Bowling woes bog down India's cricket World Cup title defence

Mahendra Singh Dhoni was part of the design process when manufacturers decided to recycle around 33 bottles to produce one Team India kit, making smart use of the plastic waste that litters every Indian road.

Five reasons why India can't retain their World Cup title
Five reasons why India can't retain their World Cup title

Countdown for ICC's biggest cricketing carnival – World Cup – scheduled to take place in Australia and New Zealand, is mere a week away. But the defending champions, India, are looking off-colour to retain their title. Let's find out five reasons why Dhoni & Co are not looking upbeat for the forthcoming cricketing extravaganza.

India have still not identified their core team: Bishan Singh Bedi
India have still not identified their core team: Bishan Singh Bedi

With little over a week to go for the cricket World Cup, spin legend Bishan Singh Bedi feels India are addressing their injury concerns too late in the day and the defending champions have still not identified their core team.