Australian cricket writer Gideon Haigh delivered the annual Bradman Oration on Wednesday where he dwelt on the importance of club cricket and its influence on Australia. More »'Cricket's traditions live on in grassroots'
Late last year, Indian cricket Board president N Srinivasan revived the New Areas Development Programme (NADP), but no concrete steps have been taken to assist under privileged regions, like the north-eastern … More »BCCI picks and chooses
India, Oct. 21 -- While the Champions League is failing to create any waves, much to the disappointment of many loyal champions of the format and its loss-making owners, India's domestic season began sans … More »For Indian board, 'tamasha' comes before serious cricket
If you haven’t been following the news coming out of Pakistan lately, let me summarize it for you. A helpless and defenseless 14-year-old girl, who had achieved international recognition as an outspoken … More »"Malala may have taken one for the team"
Will the Sandeep Patil-led selection committee put Indian cricket back on track? More »Selective attention: All eyes on Patil & Co.
“I seriously fail to understand why people talk about only one thing — the conflict of interest — whenever somebody is trying to contribute only in honorary positions, Kumble said. More »Conflict of interest in Indian cricket
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New Delhi: Twenty20 cricket is a constant battle of wits and bowlers who cannot think on their feet will end up cannon-fodder, says South African pace bowler Wayne Parnell. Representing Pune Warriors in this year's Indian Premier League, the 21-year- More »Only thinkers survive T20, says Parnell
Kenya visited India recently to play a series against Gujarat and Baroda designed to provide a warm-up to the CWC - but was outplayed in all five matches. How is the side planning to overturn the poor run of form? That trip was meant to g More »Kenya won’t be taken lightly: Kamande
Canada played their first CWC all the way back in 1979. Sri Lanka started at the 1975 event but went on to win the 96 edition and continue to be one of the top ranked teams. What do you think held Canada back?I don't know really. I guess we ha Continue reading More »What we need is three wins: Bagai