Moeen Ali revealed as cover star of 2015 Wisden Cricketers' Almanack edition
Moeen Ali revealed as cover star of 2015 Wisden Cricketers' Almanack edition

England all-rounder Moeen Ali has been revealed as the cover star of this year's Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, the world famous sports book, whose 152nd edition would be released on 9 April this year.

ICC issues pre-World Cup warning to players to refrain from sledging
ICC issues pre-World Cup warning to players to refrain from sledging

Cricketers participating in the ICC World Cup 2015 have reportedly been issued a pre-tournament warning to refrain from sledging as the game's bosses don't want some repulsive confrontation at the tournament in New Zealand and Australia.

BCCI extends condolences to Phil Hughes' family
BCCI extends condolences to Phil Hughes' family

BCCI interim president Shivlal Yadav on Wednesday met the bereaved parents of the late Australian batsman Phillip Hughes and offered condolences to them on his tragic death.

Stuart Broad hails Aussies for respect they showed Phil Hughes
Stuart Broad hails Aussies for respect they showed Phil Hughes

England all-rounder Stuart Broad has praised Australia captain Michael Clarke, his team and the general public for the respect they showed Phillip Hughes following the death of the opening batsman in November. 

Emotional David Warner lauds Phil Hughes' family for SCG return
Emotional David Warner lauds Phil Hughes' family for SCG return

An emotional David Warner fought back tears on his way to his 12th test century on Tuesday as he remembered his late team mate Phillip Hughes.

4th Test, Day 1: David Warner honours Phillip Hughes memory with ton as Aussies punish India
4th Test, Day 1: David Warner honours Phillip Hughes memory with ton as Aussies punish India

 David Warner kissed the ground in Phillip Hughes`s memory to lead an Australian run spree with an emotional century on the opening day of the final Test against India on Tuesday.

Phillip Hughes's death still resonates as series draws to close
Phillip Hughes's death still resonates as series draws to close

 The death of Phillip Hughes less than six weeks ago still hung thick in the air at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Monday as Australia began preparations to play their first test match at the ground since.

SCG to honour Phillip Hughes with brass plaque ahead of 4th Test
SCG to honour Phillip Hughes with brass plaque ahead of 4th Test

The Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) is set to place a brass plaque outside the home-team dressing room in honour of Phil Hughes on Monday, a day before the start of the fourth and final cricket Test between India and Australia here.

We will put up a fine show for Phil Hughes at SCG: Peter Siddle
We will put up a fine show for Phil Hughes at SCG: Peter Siddle

As an emotional Australia get ready to play the final cricket Test at SCG starting Tuesday, medium-pacer Peter Siddle said his team is keen to put up a fine show in memory of late Phillip Hughes, who succumbed to a fatal bouncer on this venue five weeks back.

Are Australians ready to return to SCG after Phillip Hughes tragedy?
Are Australians ready to return to SCG after Phillip Hughes tragedy?

Fourth and final Test between India and Australia, starting from January 6 at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), would be an emotional one for the home team.

India vs Australia: SCG to honour Hughes with bronze plaque ahead of 4th Test
India vs Australia: SCG to honour Hughes with bronze plaque ahead of 4th Test

As the Australian players prepare for an emotional return to the SCG ahead of the fourth Test against India, the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust has planned to unveil a bronze plaque in memory of Phillip Hughes, who fell to a fatal bouncer on this ground last month.

Phil Hughes' bat to be taken to top of Mount Everest
Phil Hughes' bat to be taken to top of Mount Everest

In a unique tribute to Phillip Hughes, the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) is planning to place a bat belonging to the late Australian cricketer on top of the Mount Everest.

Phillip Hughes' tragic passing still haunts David Warner
Phillip Hughes' tragic passing still haunts David Warner

Australian opening batsman David Warner says the tragic loss of Phillip Hughes still haunts him every time he sees a batsman struck on the head by a cricket ball.

India vs Australia: David Warner, Shane Watson shake off injury fears for 3rd Test
India vs Australia: David Warner, Shane Watson shake off injury fears for 3rd Test

Opener David Warner and all-rounder Shane Watson both took part in training on Wednesday as injury scares eased for Australia ahead of the Boxing Day Test against India.

Richard Hadleee against sledging and abuse in modern-day cricket

New Zealand great Richard Hadlee feels there is no need to sledge and abuse in modern-day cricket.

No need for sledging, abusive language: Richard Hadlee
No need for sledging, abusive language: Richard Hadlee

Former New Zealand all-rounder Richard Hadlee criticised the highly abusive nature of some modern-day cricketers and stated that the game should not be played with a "combative approach".

Phil Hughes' death still causing concern for fast bowlers, says Pat Cummins
Phil Hughes' death still causing concern for fast bowlers, says Pat Cummins

Pacer Patrick Cummins has admitted the mode of Phillip Hughes' tragic death is still in the back of the minds of Australian pacemen as they continue to bowl bouncers in cricket matches.

Shane Watson forced to leave Australia training by bouncer blow
Shane Watson forced to leave Australia training by bouncer blow

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson was forced to cut short his training session in the Melbourne Cricket Ground nets after being hit on the helmet by a bouncer on Tuesday, three days before the start of the third test against India.

Lack of Veg dish: Angry Ishant Sharma leaves Gabba at lunch on Day 3
Lack of Veg dish: Angry Ishant Sharma leaves Gabba at lunch on Day 3

Barely two weeks after mutually sharing the grief of Phillip Hughes' death, Indian team's relations with Cricket Australia is turning sour as pacer Ishant Sharma left the Gabba at lunch on the third day, after finding that there was no vegetarian preparation in the menu.