Pragyan Ojha banned due to suspect action, heads to Chennai
Pragyan Ojha banned due to suspect action, heads to Chennai

The BCCI has finally banned discarded India left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha from bowling in competitive matches due to suspect action as he will be heading to Chennai for taking corrective measures.

India team set to rope in psychologist Sandy Gordon: Reports
India team set to rope in psychologist Sandy Gordon: Reports

In their bid to help the players combat with trying match situations, the Indian team management is all set to rope in noted sports psychologist Sandy Gordon with the third cricket Test against Australia starting tomorrow at the MCG.

Good, bad and ugly: Indian cricket had it all in 2014
Good, bad and ugly: Indian cricket had it all in 2014

From Rohit Sharma's record breaking double ton in ODIs, the team's never-ending overseas woes, to the controversy surrounding BCCI president-in-exile N Srinivasan over IPL 6 spot-fixing scandal, Indian cricket had the good, bad and ugly in equal measure in 2014.

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.

Yusuf Pathan slaps spectator during Baroda's Ranji Trophy match
Yusuf Pathan slaps spectator during Baroda's Ranji Trophy match

Yusuf Pathan got into trouble following an altercation with a spectator during the ongoing Ranji Trophy match between Baroda and Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday at Reliance Cricket Stadium in Vadodara.

BCCI maintains opposition to DRS in current form
BCCI maintains opposition to DRS in current form

Two days after senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh and a few former India players came out in support of the much-debated Decision Review System, the Cricket Board maintained today that the referral process in its current form is unacceptable.

Seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar likely to return to India's third Test team
Seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar likely to return to India's third Test team

Injured Indian seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar, nursing a sore left ankle that forced his exclusion from the first two Tests against Australia, Tuesday batted without any discomfort in the nets here, raising his chances of inclusion in the Boxing Day Test team.

DDCA asks BCCI VP Sneh Bansal to resign in 72 hrs
DDCA asks BCCI VP Sneh Bansal to resign in 72 hrs

The factional war at the Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) continued as vice-president Chetan Chauhan on Monday asked sports body's president and BCCI vice-president Sneh Bansal to resign within 72 hours on allegations of financial irregularities.

Yuvraj Singh ton gives Punjab upperhand against Maharashtra
Yuvraj Singh ton gives Punjab upperhand against Maharashtra

On a day when he was dropped from the BCCI's graded retainership, Yuvraj Singh came to his own as he blasted Maharashtra attack into submission with an attarctive 136 to guide Punjab to a commanding position in a Ranji Trophy cricket match, here on Monday.

BCCI announces contracted players list, Bhuvneshwar Kumar promoted to Grade A
BCCI announces contracted players list, Bhuvneshwar Kumar promoted to Grade A

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday announced the list of its contracted players for the 2014-15 season.

Axar Patel replaces injured Ravindra Jadeja in Test squad
Axar Patel replaces injured Ravindra Jadeja in Test squad

 Young left-arm spinner Axar Patel will replace an injured Ravindra Jadeja, who was on Monday ruled out due to a shoulder injury from India's remaining two cricket Tests against Australia.

'Indian cricketers can stay with their wives in Oz'
'Indian cricketers can stay with their wives in Oz'

The Board of Control for Cricket in India gave permission to Indian cricketers to stay with their wives for the remaining series against Australia, according to the board's sources.

Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI
Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI

With close decisions going against India of late, current and former cricketers feel it is high time the BCCI give its nod to the contentious Decision Review System as refusal to accept technology is hurting the team badly.

Never faced complaints about practice pitches: Gabba Curator
Never faced complaints about practice pitches: Gabba Curator

Shocked by India's criticism of the practice pitches here, Gabba's chief curator Kevin Mitchell has said that no other touring cricket team has ever complained about the tracks and insisted that they are just fine for net sessions.

India blame poor practice wickets for injuries
India blame poor practice wickets for injuries

The Indian cricket team Saturday blamed the poor quality of practice pitches at the Gabba for the injury to opener Shikhar Dhawan, which was instrumental in India's four-wicket defeat here.

DNA: Sant Gurmeet Ram Rahim to make Bollywood debut with 'MSG'

New look of AK-47 rifle and the man behind its invention. The 'conflict of interest' virus in BCCI.

Dilip Vengsarkar bats for DRS after howlers in Tests Down Under
Dilip Vengsarkar bats for DRS after howlers in Tests Down Under

A slew of howlers by umpires in the ongoing India-Australia cricket Test series Down Under has convinced former captain Dilip Vengsarkar to come out in support of the Decision Review System (DRS), a technology whose use has been consistently opposed by BCCI.

IPL spot-fixing: N Srinivasan, others expected to conclude arguments today
IPL spot-fixing: N Srinivasan, others expected to conclude arguments today

The Supreme Court will resume hearing of the final arguments today in the IPL spot-fixing and betting case.

Supreme Court reserves verdict on plea for N Srinivasan's ouster from BCCI
Supreme Court reserves verdict on plea for N Srinivasan's ouster from BCCI

The Supreme Court Wednesday reserved its verdict on the plea for barring N. Srinivasan from seeking re-election the Indian cricket board president and for terminating IPL franchisee Chennai Super Kings (CSK), owned by his company India Cements Limited, on the grounds of conflict of interest.

I am not connected with BCCI administration: Sunil Gavaskar
I am not connected with BCCI administration: Sunil Gavaskar

With the Supreme Court on Wednesday observing that players and officials having commercial interests should stay away from administering the game, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar clarified that he is "not connected in anyway" with the BCCI administration.