India, Jan. 8 -- I had predicted the possibility of the series ending 2-1 instead of 3-0 for Pakistan, and ultimately it happened that way. India played hard cricket while Pakistan failed to withstand … More »India playing five regular bowlers proved decisive
India, Jan. 8 -- India and Pakistan cricketers deserve kudos for braving the bone-chilling weather at the Kotla on Sunday. It was 1.9 degrees C, and certainly not easy on the cricketers. The public also … More »Bhuvneshwar dealt the psychological blow on Pakistan
Irrespective of what happens to the rest of his cricketing career, Mahendra Singh Dhoni will always be remembered for winning the 2011 World Cup with that magnificent six, at the Wankhede Stadium. More »No one can rob Captain Cool of his achievements
Cricket is a religion in India and the players are demi- gods for their fans. So it isn’t surprising that when the team does well, the players are worshipped and when the going is bad, they earn the wrath … More »Coach needs ruthless streak
India, Dec. 30 -- Is Australia's pace bowling selection policy one of rest or rotation, the way of the future or is it just plain insanity? There are a lot of things about the policy not to like. It doesn't … More »Pace rotation policy: way of the future or plain insanity?
Former India captain Anil Kumble speaks on a range of non-cricket issues. More »Key going forward is giving the youth responsibility: Kumble
The world over, a leader is hailed when successful and guillotined when he loses. Indian cricket captains have all faced this dilemma. More »Dhoni’s achievements should not be downplayed
- live match RAJ 119/6 (17 Overs)vs. MUMRAJQualifier 2LIVECurrent Run Rate 7Kolkata, IndiaIndian Premier League, 201...
The Asia Cup completed Kohli's transformation as a mature modern-day cricketer. Kohli talks to India Today Deputy Editor Shantanu Guha Ray about how every time he goes out to bat, he splits his innings into targets and how he values the vice-captain's tag more than his life More »'I do not abuse others, I talk to myself, I abuse myself'
I've achieved a number of personal milestones, but that's not why I started to play, says Sachin Tendulkar. More »After 22 years, I know what I should be doing, says Sachin