Wriddhiman Saha deserves to be 'keeper in Tests for next 5 years: Virat Kohli
Wriddhiman Saha deserves to be 'keeper in Tests for next 5 years: Virat Kohli

India's Test captain Virat Kohli feels that it will be difficult to replace someone like Mahendra Singh Dhoni but Wriddhiman Saha according to him "deserves" to don the big gloves for the national team for the "next five to six years".

ICC World Cup 2015: Fearless Bangladesh have `nothing to lose` against India
ICC World Cup 2015: Fearless Bangladesh have `nothing to lose` against India

 Bangladesh will have to play fearless cricket to reproduce their shock 2007 World Cup win over India and knock the defending champions out in their quarter-final, Shakib Al Hasan said Tuesday.

ICC World Cup 2015: Ravindra Jadeja, Rohit Sharma still a concern for Team India
ICC World Cup 2015: Ravindra Jadeja, Rohit Sharma still a concern for Team India

India have played like true champions thus far in the on-going ICC World Cup as they topped their Pool (B) after the group stages, with six wins on the trot.

No favourite in Karnataka-Tamil Nadu Ranji Trophy final clash, says Woorkeri Raman
No favourite in Karnataka-Tamil Nadu Ranji Trophy final clash, says Woorkeri Raman

Tamil Nadu coach Woorkeri V Raman does not view either defending champions Karnataka or his team as favourites when they cross swords in the five-day Ranji Trophy final commencing at the Wankhede Stadium on March 8.

India's World Cup story: A faithful catalogue

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ICC World Cup 2015: Four hurt in brawl between India, Pakistan cricket fans
ICC World Cup 2015: Four hurt in brawl between India, Pakistan cricket fans

Four persons have been injured when a brawl broke out between cricket fans watching the tense India-Pakistan World Cup match on television at a Sydney club.

Break after the long Aussie tour would have recharged batteries, says MS Dhoni
Break after the long Aussie tour would have recharged batteries, says MS Dhoni

India`s Mahendra Singh Dhoni is hoping that a break in a long summer tour of Australia has recharged his men for the World Cup and has not left them "over-cooked".

Hard task ahead for Sachin-less India to maintain perfect record against Pakistan
Hard task ahead for Sachin-less India to maintain perfect record against Pakistan

India's bid to retain the ICC World Cup trophy seems to have hit some road-blocks with an unsettled and untested squad. But still, failing to defend the title will be forgiven if India maintain their perfect record against Pakistan. If Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his boys fail in both the front, then India's campaign Down Under can be termed a complete failure.

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.

India need to identify frontline pace attack: Javagal Srinath
India need to identify frontline pace attack: Javagal Srinath

Former fast bowler Javagal Srinath believes India need to identify its frontline pace attack who can take wickets upfront during their title defence at the ICC Cricket World Cup starting next month.

Hope India will win World Cup 2015 too: Mandira Bedi
Hope India will win World Cup 2015 too: Mandira Bedi

Actress, host and designer Mandira Bedi is looking forward to the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and believes that India is going to lift the trophy this year as well.

India-Pakistan World Cup clash big business for South Australia
India-Pakistan World Cup clash big business for South Australia

 It is a measure of the heady attraction of an India-Pakistan cricket contest that South Australia, whose capital is Adelaide, has consciously bid for this World Cup match at the famed Adelaide Oval next month.

ICC World Cup 2015: India-Pakistan clash to be most watched match in history
ICC World Cup 2015: India-Pakistan clash to be most watched match in history

The marquee cricket World Cup match between arch-rivals India and Pakistan in Adelaide on February 15 will be the most watched in the history of the game as it is expected to attract more than a billion viewers, according to a report.

Australia set to host crucial tri-series before ICC World Cup
Australia set to host crucial tri-series before ICC World Cup

As the four-match Test series between India and Australia came to an end, Australia are set to host a Triangular One Day series.

BCCI planning to reserve October-January window for home series
BCCI planning to reserve October-January window for home series

Aiming to cash in on the festive season in India, the BCCI is planning to reserve the October-January slot only for its big-ticket home series from 2015, a plan which will also help the busy cricketers avoid taxing international tours.

2015 World Cup will be Duncan Fletcher’s final India assignment: Reports
2015 World Cup will be Duncan Fletcher’s final India assignment: Reports

Indian cricket board is reportedly looking for a new national coach to replace incumbent Duncan Fletcher. The Zimbabwean's contract with the BCCI expires after the 2015 Cricket World Cup, that will conclude on March 29.

India vs Australia: Should Virat Kohli tone down his aggression?
India vs Australia: Should Virat Kohli tone down his aggression?

Considering the fact that Virat Kohli has slammed three centuries in the ongoing four-match series against Australia, there have been a lot of talks whether the mercurial right-hander should tone down his aggression, something which is known for.

Robin Uthappa hopes he has done enough for World Cup selection
Robin Uthappa hopes he has done enough for World Cup selection

Robin Uthappa has carried his rich vein of form into the Ranji Trophy, something he hopes will be enough to land him a spot in India's 15-member Cricket World Cup squad.

Nathan Lyon: Another off-spinner tormenting India overseas
Nathan Lyon: Another off-spinner tormenting India overseas

The year was expected to be a tough one for the Indian cricket team, considering they were scheduled to play most of their Test matches overseas. While their vulnerability against world class pace bowling is hidden from nobody, it is quite strange to see the Indians struggling against off-spinners.

Man moves HC to restrain Indian team from continuing Australian tour

In the wake of the Phil Hughes tragedy, a man here moved the Madras High Court on Monday for restraining the Indian team from continuing its tour of Australia, saying pitches in that country are bouncy and players could face a threat to their lives.