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.

Phillip Hughes` death unites cricket in grief
Phillip Hughes` death unites cricket in grief

Cricket confronted tragedy in 2014 with the death of Phillip Hughes after the Australia batsman was hit by a bouncer in a domestic first-class match.

David Warner - From limited-overs specialist to established Test opener

Journey of pocket-sized cricketer from Australia, David Andrew Warner, from being a typical limited-overs specialist to a vital cog in the Test team is no less than a dream.

Can't afford terrorists to disrupt our matches abroad: Pakistan Cricket Board
Can't afford terrorists to disrupt our matches abroad: Pakistan Cricket Board

Following the gruesome terrorist attack in a Peshawar school on Tuesday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday said that they couldn't afford their matches abroad to be disturbed.

India vs Australia: Josh Hazlewood ready for baggy green
India vs Australia: Josh Hazlewood ready for baggy green

Josh Hazlewood may finally earn his baggy green cap this week when Australia play India in the second Test of the four-match series at the Gabba. And giving that hint is non other than Australia coach Darren Lehman.

Virat Kohli knows how to play cricket in Australia: Mark Taylor
Virat Kohli knows how to play cricket in Australia: Mark Taylor

Former Australian skipper Mark Taylor has come out and praised Virat Kohli for the way he marshalled the Indian team in the first Test here, saying the young batsman knows how to play cricket Down Under.

Phillip Hughes family thanks Australia
Phillip Hughes family thanks Australia

The family of Phillip Hughes thanked the Australian public for their enormous support since the tragic death of the young Australian cricketer by issuing an emotional message in today's newspapers here.

Michael Clarke limps off, taken to hospital for scans
Michael Clarke limps off, taken to hospital for scans

Australia were today left to deal with a massive injury scare to inspirational skipper Michael Clarke, who was taken to hospital for scans after limping off the field due to a hamstring strain on the fifth day of the ongoing first cricket Test against India here.

India vs Australia, 1st Test: India should be looking to win, says Sunil Gavaskar
India vs Australia, 1st Test: India should be looking to win, says Sunil Gavaskar

Former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar believes that the Virat Kohli-led team can even win the first cricket Test if they remain in a positive frame of mind despite another good batting show by the home team on the fourth day of the encounter.

David Warner delighted seeing Sean Abbott's bowling figures
David Warner delighted seeing Sean Abbott's bowling figures

While he was leaving his imprint as a prolific scorer with yet another Test ton, David Warner also showed his support for Sean Abbott when the opener clapped after seeing the New South Wales pacer's bowling figures on the Adelaide Oval scoreboard here today.

Sean Abbott back in groove with stunning spell
Sean Abbott back in groove with stunning spell

Sean Abbott, who delivered the ball that killed Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, proved he was back in the groove on Friday with a stunning 6-14 as New South Wales demolished Queensland.

India vs Australia: Nathan Lyon`s heart `skips beat` as Virat Kohli clattered
India vs Australia: Nathan Lyon`s heart `skips beat` as Virat Kohli clattered

Australia spinner Nathan Lyon said his heart skipped a beat when a fearsome Mitchell Johnson bouncer crashed into the helmet of India captain Virat Kohli in the first Adelaide Test on Thursday.

India vs Australia: Greg Matthews slams Oz for 'over reacting' to Johnson's Kohli bouncer hit
India vs Australia: Greg Matthews slams Oz for 'over reacting' to Johnson's Kohli bouncer hit

Former Australian Test spinner Greg Matthews has criticised the team's reaction when pace express Mitchell Johnson's bouncer hit Indian stand-in skipper Virat Kohli in the helmet on the third day of the first Test at Adelaide Oval.