Sachin Tendulkar attacks Greg Chappell, describes him as 'ringmaster'

Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has attacked former Indian coach Greg Chappell, describing him as a "ringmaster" who imposed his ideas on players.

Sachin Tendulkar bares all in his autobiography `Playing It My Way`

In the much-awaited book `Playing It My Way`, which will be released on November 6, Tendulkar has spoken about his frustrating captaincy tenure from 1996 to 2000 when he led in 25 Tests, losing nine and winning just four.

Sachin Tendulkar almost quit after captaincy debacle, says autobiography

Sachin Tendulkar felt so "scarred" and "devastated" by the Indian team`s losing streak under his captaincy that he contemplated leaving the game in the late 1990s, the master batsman has written in his autobiography.

Prepare pitches suiting just like Indians do at home: Shane Watson
Prepare pitches suiting just like Indians do at home: Shane Watson

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson sounded out a warning for the Indian team, which would be touring Down Under in December, that the home team's groundsmen will prepare "conducive pitches" just like their Indian counterparts do during an away series.

Yusuf Pathan aims to make India comeback before 2015 World Cup
Yusuf Pathan aims to make India comeback before 2015 World Cup

Confident of a good showing in the Champions League Twenty20 and the domestic season ahead, all-rounder Yusuf Pathan has said there is enough time before the 2015 World Cup for him to prove his mettle and make a comeback into the Indian team.

Indian women`s baseball team to compete in LG Cup

The Indian women`s baseball team will participate in the first ever LG Cup International Tournament slated to take place in South Korea from Saturday.

Indian women win gold, men silver at Archery World Cup

Deepika Kumari-led women archers clinched the recurve team gold after routing Mexico 6-0 in the final as India returned with five medals in the Archery World Cup Stage IV in Wroclaw, Poland Sunday.

Sanju Samson acknowledges support of many people after India call-up

Young batsman Sanju Samson today thanked all the people, who believed in his talent and supported him after being included in the Indian team for the ODI series against England.

Parimarjan Negi held, but Indians off to a good start in Olympiad

Grandmaster Parimarjan Negi was held to a draw by little known Basher Iyti but the Indian team coasted off to a 3.5-0.5 victory over Syria in the 41st Chess Olympiad here Sunday.

Dutee Chand issue raised in Odisha Assembly

Terming sprinter Dutee Chand`s exclusion from the Indian team for the Commonwealth Games as "painful", Odisha government Saturday said it will seek a reply from the Athletic Federation of India and Sports Authority of India as to why the girl alone was subjected to such a test.

Dhawan injured during England tour`s opening match

Indian team were off to a bittersweet start on the England Tour as the class opener Shikhar Dhawan was injured during the course of the first day`s play of a three-day tour match.

My ultimate goal is to make a comeback to Team India: Irfan Pathan

Hopeful of achieving his "ultimate goal" of making a comeback to the Indian team, all-rounder Irfan Pathan Friday said he was looking forward to use the opportunity provided by the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Indian pacers do not `warm up` to Dawes` `Mannequin Training`

India`s bowling coach Joe Dawes has been under-fire for quite sometime as his `out of the box` coaching methods are simply not working and there was a distinct lack of energy evident among the Indian players ahead of their opening warm-up tie against Sri Lanka tomorrow.

Sachin Tendulkar upbeat about team`s prospects in 2015 World Cup

Retired batting great Sachin Tendulkar is optimistic about the chances of the under-performing Indian team successfully defending its World Cup crown next year, and wants the fans to lend it a whole-hearted support.

India seek to rediscover winning touch in Asia Cup

Humiliated and winless for quite a while, a bruised Indian cricket team would seek to rediscover the lost touch in a five-way battle for regional supremacy when the 12th Asia Cup one-day cricket tournament starts tomorrow.

Disappointed by KKR snub, Manoj Tiwary eyes India comeback

Disappointed at being ignored by by city franchise Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) during the IPL players auctions, middle-order batsman Manoj Tiwary is eyeing to stage a comeback to the Indian cricket team through impressive performances in the upcoming Vijay Hazare Trophy.

New Zealand have an edge over India in Test series

Indian team is scheduled to play their first Test of New Zealand tour on Thursday in Auckland at Eden Park. It`s a two-match Test series between two nations who are quite contract in their rankings. If, the Black Caps are ranked eighth in the ICC Test rankings, then the visitors are holding the number two spot.

Cheteshwar Pujara keen to be part of ODI squad

He has established himself as a Test mainstay in the Indian team and rising batsman Cheteshwar Pujara says he is now working hard to make the one-day squad to realise his dream of playing in the World Cup, which is scheduled next year.

Can Rohit, Dhawan continue their ODI form in 2014?

With the consistent performance of Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma, Indian fans haven`t really missed the former opening pair of Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir.

Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli - three pillars of MS Dhoni’s Team India

Major reason behind India`s remarkable performance is undoubtedly the top order of Indian batting line -- Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.