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Dinesh Karthik made his debut before M.S.

England women post facile win

The England women’s team made the most of the first Twenty20 warm-up and got the better of India-A by 45 runs at the Cricket Club of India on Monday.

Australia completes clean sweep

Sweet revenge: Smarting from the World Cup loss, Australia — led by century maker Alyssa Healy — extracted a modicum of payback with a series win over India.

Hopeful South Africa names Rabada in Test squad

Kagiso Rabada has been named in South Africa's squad for the third Test against Australia — but two other fast bowlers have been added in case he loses his appeal against a ban.

A+ contract category was proposed by Virat and Dhoni, says CoA chief Vinod Rai

Contrary to popular belief that Mahendra Singh Dhoni was relegated from the elite category of central contracts, it was the former skipper himself who wanted an A+ grade for top performers, says Committee of Administrators chief Vinod Rai.

Big-time cricket back in city

Big-time cricket is all set to return to the capital city again after the successful hosting of the first ever T20 international cricket match last year at the Sports Hub at Karyavattom.

A Century Is Not Enough: My Roller Coaster Ride To Success review: Look back...

Sourav Ganguly’s cricketing career was a melange of dramatic moments and through it he always stayed relevant.

Confident India to start as favourite against gutsy Bangladesh

The second-string Indian team recorded a hat trick of comfortable wins after their opening loss to Sri Lanka in the Nidahas triangular series in Colombo.

City cricketer chosen for Vizzy Trophy

Md Anwar Raja, first-year BA student of Dr LB College, has been selected for South Zone University Men Cricket team and will play in the Vizzy Trophy all-India inter-zonal varsity cricket tournament to be held at KIIT University in Bhubaneswar from March 20 to March 23.


South Africa: Protea Women’s England Tour a ‘Massive Opportunity’

The Proteas women will open the England women's 2018 summer of international cricket with a three-match One-Day International (ODI) series followed by a four-match T20 International triangular which will include New Zealand.