HindustanTimes Wed,23 Jul 2014


England vs India 2nd Test Day 1: Rahane ton saves India

Ajinkya Rahane scored a well-compiled century to help rescue India's first innings on the opening day of the second Test against England at Lord's on Thursday.

Ajinkya Rahane: Lording over seamers’ paradise

Ajinkya Rahane is growing in stature with every outing. On Thursday, playing his first Test at Lord’s, the India batsman took another solid step towards establishing himself as a player of quality.

Cricket surpasses Jadeja-Anderson spat at Lord's

Sometimes there are enough cues from the proceedings on the field of play to understand what’s going on behind the scenes.

Top Topple: How the Indians went back to the pavilion

Put in to bat on a green Lord’s pitch, the familiar weaknesses of the India batsmen were to the fore despite the England bowlers’ inconsistency.

Gordon Lewis to hear case against Anderson on July 22

ICC on Thursday appointed Gordon Lewis AM as the judicial commissioner to hear the misconduct case against England paceman James Anderson.

Anderson becomes highest wicket-taker in England

James Anderson on Thursday replaced Fred Trueman as England's highest wicket-taker in the Old Blighty, where he has accounted for 230 scalps.

Dravid is newest member of Laureus World Sports Academy

Former India captain Rahul Dravid has been elected as the newest member of Laureus World Sports Academy, becoming the 47th member of the panel.

Anderson claim is tactic by India, says Cook

India's accusation that paceman Jimmy Anderson "abused and pushed" spinner Ravindra Jadeja during the first drawn Test at Trent Bridge may be a tactical move by the tourists, England skipper Alastair Cook said on Wednesday.

Captains draw battlelines before Lord's Test

The BCCI was not keen to make an issue of it. There was pressure from the England and Wales Cricket Board on him to not press charges against James Anderson, but India skipper MS Dhoni held firm.

Spinners' form will be crucial to India's fortunes at Lord's

Lord's is a venue where touring teams look forward to play. For most of the India players, it's a first time and it will be important not to get overawed by the history and grandeur of the place.

England counter-charge Jadeja with level 2 offence

A day after India went to the ICC accusing James Anderson of 'abusing and shoving' Jadeja during the first Test, the ICC confirmed on Wednesday that the England team had brought a level two charge against the Indian player.

BCCI goes missing as Anderson-Jadeja spat gets bigger

While the ICC and the ECB have both formally acknowledged the Anderson-Jadeja spat and announced their responses, the silence from BCCI, the world’s most dominant national board, is deafening.

India tour of England: Controversy adds edge to remaining series

Attacking the main player is an old trick. Intentionally or unintentionally, India have managed to do just that. James Anderson lends more value to England than his wickets. He provides the X-factor.

Cook: India making too much of Anderson incident

England captain Alastair Cook believes India is making "a mountain out of a molehill" by launching a serious charge against bowler James Anderson for allegedly pushing Ravindra Jadeja.

ICC no good in handling on-field showdowns: Chappell

Ian Chappell feels incidents like the alleged fracas between Ravindra Jadeja and James Anderson in the India-England Test series are increasing because the ICC has not been good enough while deciding on such issues.
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