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NZ back Eden Park for final

New Zealand Cricket (NZC) defended Eden Park on Tuesday amid criticism the Auckland venue is too small to host international fixtures such as the T20 tri-series final.

We have managed short-pitched balls pretty well on this tour: Bhuvneshwar

The impressive performance in the ongoing South Africa tour has helped improve Indian batsmen's reputation of not being good players of short-pitched balls, pace spearhead Bhuvneshwar Kumar has asserted.

Irfan impressed with India’s bowlers

Senior cricketer Irfan Pathan was full of praise for the Indian bowlers, who stood out in South Africa.

Veteran scorer Nagaraj calls it a day

S K Nagaraj, the affable scorer who drew enormous respect across Karnataka, on Friday bid goodbye to his profession �which he did with pride and passion.

Deshpande eyeing a breakthrough

For most of his career, Pavan Deshpande has been watching from the outside as Karnataka cricket touched some unprecedented heights.

Boy loses eyesight while playing stone-ball cricket

A student of a residential school has lost his eyesight in a mishap, here, on Monday.

Gill believes in living in the present

Listening to Shubman Gill talk, it's hard to believe he is just an 18-year-old.

Now, Rahul talks cricket

Rahul came up with a new analogy to criticise Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "flaws" in policy making.

Kohli rues missed chances as South Africa keep series alive

Jasprit Bumrah, second from right, celebrates with teammates after dismissing South Africa's captain Aiden Markram, second from left, for 22 runs during the fourth One-Day International cricket match between South Africa and India at the Wanderers stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, Saturday, Feb.

Nooyi is ICC’s first independent woman director

PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi has been appointed to the International Cricket Council (ICC) Board as its first independent woman director.


Steyn ready for Proteas comeback?

Cape Town - A return to fitness and international cricket could be just around the corner for Proteas fast bowler Dale Steyn. The 34-year-old has not played since the first Test against Australia in Perth back in November 2016 where he triggered a s