Though uncertain for the fourth ODI on Thursday, Bravo, in an interview to HT
, spoke on his coming of age and, of course, carrying the tag of being the next Brian Lara.
Even as the young opening pair of Kaustubh Pawar and Akhil Herwadkar started Mumbai's march on the outskirts of Cuttack, senior pro Ajit Agarkar packed his bags to leave for the Bhubaneswar airport. Ajit Agarkar in an interview with Amol Karhadkar.
In an interview with Sai Prasad Mohapatra
, the left-hander speaks about his game and Lara's influence.
Former England captain, David Gower, who was in the city spoke to HT
exclusively on the current one-day series, India's tour of England, Dhoni's captaincy and more.
Shakib Al Hasan is the lone Bangladesh representative in the Champions League T20. And possibly, he earns more more money and exposure from the two months of IPL with Kolkata Knight Riders and the CLT20 than a year of playing for the national team. But the all-rounder is not perturbed and is ready to give up playing IPL if ever it gets in the way of national duty, as he tells HT.
Even though the Cabinet asked him on Tuesday to rework the draft law in the wake of objections from ministers associated with cricket bodies, sports minister Ajay Maken is optimistic that transparency and accountability will remain the hallmark of the proposed law. Chetan Chauhan
With his England tour cut short due to injury, paceman Ishant Sharma is back for treatment. He will be heading straight to the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore.
Indian cricket isn’t known for many famous comebacks on the international stage, especially by those who have turned 30. But S Badrinath is set to buck the trend. Amol Karhadkar
The former Indian team physio is credited with making a big attempt at introducing a refreshing fitness culture among the players until he stepped down in 2005. Here's what Andrew Leipus has to say now.
Under fire for the stunning debacle, bowling coach Eric Simons struggled for answers about the ineffectiveness of his bowlers despite seaming conditions at the Oval. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal
reports. Will India save this?
A distraught onlooker Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, son of Iftikhar Ali Khan Pataudi, after whom the trophy is named, spoke to HT
on India's expected slide from the summit. Firoz Mirza
reports. Pataudi says
Former Pakistan spinner Saqlain Mushtaq has defended Indian spinners, saying their criticism is harsh when the conditions are against them. Excerpts from an interview...
Sunil Gavaskar tells Outlook that he should be judged on the basis of the work he does, rather than whether there’s any conflict of interest in his contract with the BCCI.