BCCI ignoring women's cricket, says WCAI secy Nutan Gavaskar
BCCI ignoring women's cricket, says WCAI secy Nutan Gavaskar

Accusing the BCCI of ignoring ladies cricket, Women's Cricket Association of India (WCAI) honorary general secretary Nutan Gavaskar has demanded the merger of the women's body with the all-powerful Indian board, which according to her was directed by the ICC eight years ago."ICC should send its observers to locate whether its directive given in the year 2006 regarding merger of WCAI with BCCI has been implemented in letter and spirit," Nutan said, while talking to reporters, here today.

India's 1983 win inspired me, says Arjuna Ranatunga
India's 1983 win inspired me, says Arjuna Ranatunga

Sri Lanka's 1996 World Cup-winning captain Arjuna Ranatunga said that India's 1983 Prudential Cup triumph inspired him to take his country to the peak of 50-over cricket.

Taking 20 wkts will be key to success in Australia: Sunil Gavaskar
Taking 20 wkts will be key to success in Australia: Sunil Gavaskar

 India's success in the upcoming Australia tour would hinge upon their ability to take 20 wickets, reckons former batting great Sunil Gavaskar.

BCCI to host Canadian team in January for cricket diplomacy series
BCCI to host Canadian team in January for cricket diplomacy series

The BCCI will host the national cricket team of Canada as part a two-week long cricket diplomacy tour in January 2015 during which the visiting side will play matches against Board President's XI in Mumbai.

Ravi Shastri, Sunil Gavaskar earn more from BCCI than even MS Dhoni
Ravi Shastri, Sunil Gavaskar earn more from BCCI than even MS Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been leading the Indian team, across all formats for quite some time now. In fact, the the Jharkhand-lad is arguably the most successful Indian skipper of all time as well.

Sunil Gavaskar wants struggling Virat Kohli to bat at number 4 or 5
Sunil Gavaskar wants struggling Virat Kohli to bat at number 4 or 5

Expressing concern over Virat Kohli's prolonged loss of form, former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar today said that the talented batsman needs to be dropped down the order to get him back to his run-making ways.

Call or inform the captain instead of reporting: Sunil Gavaskar
Call or inform the captain instead of reporting: Sunil Gavaskar

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar says instead of reporting a bowler with suspect action, umpires can straightaway call the offender or inform the captain to take him off attack, as that would not allow the bowler to have an impact on the outcome of the match.

Was hurt when UP didn't select me for Ranji Trophy: Kuldeep Yadav
Was hurt when UP didn't select me for Ranji Trophy: Kuldeep Yadav

He was heartbroken when Uttar Pradesh team management did not find him fit to be considered for playing XI in Ranji Trophy but after his maiden entry into the national ODI squad, rookie chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav wants to move on from that bitter episode of last season.

Mumbai: Cricket out of Azad Maidan, Metro line ready to roll

Cricketing scene will roll out from Azad Maidan as the foundation stone for the Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro line was laid on it.

ODI cricket is on weak wicket, it needs proper context: Rahul Dravid
ODI cricket is on weak wicket, it needs proper context: Rahul Dravid

Former India captain Rahul Dravid on Friday said of the three formats of the game, ODI cricket at present was largely irrelevant and struggling to survive and consequently there should be more tournaments like Champions Trophy or World Cup to give it a proper context.

India can defend the World Cup: Sunil Gavaskar
India can defend the World Cup: Sunil Gavaskar

Former cricket captain and legend Sunil Gavaskar feels that defending champions India are a good enough side to retain the title in the 2015 World Cup, co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, Feb 14-March 29, 2015.

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Sunil Gavaskar not in favour of comparison but hails skipper MS Dhoni
Sunil Gavaskar not in favour of comparison but hails skipper MS Dhoni

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar on Wednesday refused to draw comparison between country's most successful ODI captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his predecessors, but said that going by sheer record the wicketkeeper-batsman surpassed all his seniors.

I rate Suresh Raina's knock as 'one of the best' overseas: Sunil Gavaskar
I rate Suresh Raina's knock as 'one of the best' overseas: Sunil Gavaskar

Indian batting legend Sunil Gavaskar lavished parises on Suresh Raina's match-winning knock in the second ODI against England and rated the left-hander's hundred as one of the best ODI innings overseas.

Lack of options leave India struggling with Dhoni dilemma

Beleaguered India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni appears set to retain his test captaincy role - if he has the desire to continue - due to a sheer lack of alternative options to take on the job after yet another calamitous overseas tour.

Gavaskar backs Dhoni, hails BCCI`s move to appoint Shastri as Team Director

Indian batting legend Sunil Gavaskar has not only backed under-fire skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni but also gave a thumbs up to BCCI`s new move of appointing Ravi Shastri as the Team Director.

Sunil Gavaskar questions work ethics of some Indian cricketers

Indian batting legend Sunil Gavaskar on Monday questioned the work ethics of some of the Indian cricketers following team`s awful and dejecting show in England.

Time to take tough decisions: Sunil Gavaskar

An infuriated Sunil Gavaskar has blasted the Indian team and said it was high time to for the management to take some tough decisions following the embarrassing 1-3 Test series loss to England.

Sunil Gavaskar slams `jelly-like`, `embarrassing` India

Sunil Gavaskar accused India of "embarrassing the country" after their humiliating innings and 244-run defeat by England in the fifth Test at The Oval on Sunday.

India vs England, 5th Test: Statistical highlights from Day 1

Statistical highlights at the end of first day`s play in the fifth Test between India and England at the Oval, here Friday.