Injured Mohammed Shami hopes to start bowling soon
Injured Mohammed Shami hopes to start bowling soon

Injured India pacer Mohammed Shami hopes to start bowling in the nets from next month, saying his rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) was going in the right direction.

Mohammed Shami reveals he played ICC World Cup 2015 with knee injury
Mohammed Shami reveals he played ICC World Cup 2015 with knee injury

Indian pace spearhead Mohammed Shami has said that he played with his knee injury during the World Cup as the team's chief wicket-taker did not want to disturb the winning momentum in the final stages of the showpiece event.

I share a good relationship with Shikhar Dhawan: KL Rahul
I share a good relationship with Shikhar Dhawan: KL Rahul

 Shikhar Dhawan may have grabbed the opportunity in his absence during the one-off cricket Test against Bangladesh with both hands but KL Rahul will tell you that he shares a "good relationship" with the Delhi lad and the competition for opening slot is good for the team.

BCCI wants Sachin, Dravid and Ganguly to play key roles in Indian cricket team

As per media reports, BCCI has begun negotiations with cricket legends Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Sourav Ganguly for key roles in the national cricket set up.

PCB not to accommodate Zimbabwe at NCA
PCB not to accommodate Zimbabwe at NCA

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided not to accommodate the touring Zimbabwe squad at the National Cricket Academy when they travel to the country to play the limited overs series.

Coaches exchange programme with CA to be discussed at NCA meet
Coaches exchange programme with CA to be discussed at NCA meet

 The National Cricket Academy's new committee headed by MP Pandove in its first meeting will discuss the possibilities of having an exchange programme with Cricket Australia for coaches, physios and trainers.

Saeed Ajmal vows to return better than ever
Saeed Ajmal vows to return better than ever

Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal has revealed that not only has he remodelled his action to legally bowl again in international cricket, he has added two new deliveries to his armoury and hinted he could return to Australia for the Big Bash League next summer.

Saeed Ajmal may still make it to Pakistan's World Cup squad
Saeed Ajmal may still make it to Pakistan's World Cup squad

 Saeed Ajmal could be cleared to play in the upcoming cricket World Cup according to coaches present during the test conducted on the banned Pakistan off-spinner at the ICC-accredited laboratory here.

PCB to send Saeed Ajmal for informal biomechanic test soon
PCB to send Saeed Ajmal for informal biomechanic test soon

 Pakistani cricket authorities on Tuesday said that they would be soon be sending suspended off-spinner Saeed Ajmal for an informal biomechanic tests in a bid to get him cleared before next year's World Cup.

Plea for total waiver of entertainment tax for IPL matches
Plea for total waiver of entertainment tax for IPL matches

Efforts will be made to bring IPL matches to Kerala if government allows total waiver of entertainment tax, Kerala Cricket Association President T C Mathew said on Sunday.

Eight Pakistan bowlers told to undergo test for suspect action
Eight Pakistan bowlers told to undergo test for suspect action

At least eight bowlers with suspect bowling actions, including a player in the national squad, have been directed to undergo tests to be conducted by a committee of Pakistan Cricket Board next week at the National Cricket Academy.

Injured Rohit Sharma set to miss West Indies limited-overs leg
Injured Rohit Sharma set to miss West Indies limited-overs leg

Recovering from a shoulder injury, Indian batsman Rohit Sharma, who missed leading the Mumbai Indians franchise in the Oppo Champions League T20, is set to miss the limited-overs edition of the West Indies series starting October 8.

PCB plans to import software for detecting illegal actions
PCB plans to import software for detecting illegal actions

Former captain and Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) domestic operations chief Intikhab Alam said the board is mulling on importing an Australian software to detect bowlers breaking the 15-degree elbow extension limit allowed by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Saeed Ajmal ban rouses Pakistan to action on `chucking`
Saeed Ajmal ban rouses Pakistan to action on `chucking`

The ban slapped on star spinner Saeed Ajmal has left Pakistan`s cricket chiefs frantically trying to take action on "chuckers", including dusting off expensive biomechanical testing kit that had laid unused for years.

Sonu Rathi puts Haryana CA on top

Sonu Rathi slammed 114 (117b, 17x4) as Haryana Cricket Association piled up 384/8 in their first innings against KSCA Colts XI at stumps on the opening day of the four-day semi-final in KSCA`s All-India invitational cricket tournament here Thursday.

Pakistan restrict Irfan to ODIs and T20s

Pakistan team management has decided to restrict tall paceman Mohammed Irfan to only ODIs and T20s, keeping in mind team`s interest in the next year`s World Cup.

Mithali Raj requests BCCI for organising more Tests for women

India`s top woman cricketer Mithali Raj has urged the BCCI to organise more Test mathces for the national women team, which is set to play its first five-day match in eight year when they tour England in August.

Mushtaq Ahmed appointed Pakistan spin bowling consultant

The Pakistan Cricket Board today appointed former Test leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed as the spin bowling consultant of the national side.

Muhammad Akram removed as bowling coach, made selector

Pakistan Cricket Board removed Muhammad Akram as the bowling coach of the national team while giving him the fresh responsibilities of being a member of the national selection committee and head coach at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore.

Mushtaq Ahmed`s PCB contract put on hold over `fee dispute`

An impending Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) contract to former Pakistani Test legspinner Mushtaq Ahmed has reportedly been put on hold due to the disparity over fees paid to national coaches by the board.