Sourav Ganguly expected to replace Ravi Shastri as Team India Director: Sources
Sourav Ganguly expected to replace Ravi Shastri as Team India Director: Sources

As the Indian team is set to be announced on May 20 for the Bagladesh tour, a big announcement by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is also on the cards as former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly is expected to take the reins from Ravi Shastri as the Team India Director, according to a media report.

BCCI recommends Rohit Sharma for Arjuna Award
BCCI recommends Rohit Sharma for Arjuna Award

In the BCCI's working committee meet on Sunday at Kolkata, the board recommended batsman Rohit Sharma for the prestigious Arjuna Award for the year 2015.

Sachin Tendulkar shares childhood photo with Vinod Kambli
Sachin Tendulkar shares childhood photo with Vinod Kambli

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar, on Thursday shared a childhood photograph with schoolmate Vinod Kambli via his Instagram account saying 'Down the memory lane'.

Fast bowling becoming part of Indian cricket: Wasim Akram
Fast bowling becoming part of Indian cricket: Wasim Akram

Having mentored many pacers in India, Sultan of Swing Wasim Akram feels fast bowling is becoming an integral part of Indian cricket with youngsters finding their heroes in the likes of Mohammad Shami and Umesh Yadav.

Sachin Tendulkar inducted into Laureus Sports Academy
Sachin Tendulkar inducted into Laureus Sports Academy

 Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar was on Wednesday inducted as one of the five new members into the prestigious Laureus Sports Academy in a glittering annual award ceremony at the Shanghai Grand theatre here.

Virat Kohli the leader must play more responsibly: Erapalli Prasanna
Virat Kohli the leader must play more responsibly: Erapalli Prasanna

Virat Kohli is expected to captain India in all formats at some point but before that happens the star batsmen must start taking more responsibility towards his team, says spin great Erapalli Prasanna.

Yuvraj Singh asks Indian fans to respect Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma’s personal lives
Yuvraj Singh asks Indian fans to respect Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma’s personal lives

Discarded Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh on Sunday appealed the Indian cricket fans to respect the personal life of Indian vice-captain Virat Kohli who has been under the scanner since his failure in the semi-final match against Australia in ICC World Cup 2015.

ICC World Cup, 2nd semi-final: Team India's three areas of concern

At the end of four quarter-finals in the ICC World Cup 2015, cricket world moved a step closer to crowning the kings of ODI cricket.

Asia quartet defy convention at ICC World Cup 2015
Asia quartet defy convention at ICC World Cup 2015

Co-hosts Australia and New Zealand may be the teams to beat, but the striking feature of this World Cup is Asia`s four Test nations defying conventional wisdom to make the quarter-finals.

India doing well as it is batsman's World Cup: Geoffrey Boycott
India doing well as it is batsman's World Cup: Geoffrey Boycott

Former England captain Geoffrey Boycott has said that the Indian cricket team is doing well because so far it has been a "batsman's World Cup" and they will continue to be a "big threat" when batting first.

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.