The BCCI on Thursday tried to put to rest the controversy surrounding cricketer Virat Kohli's abusive behaviour with a Hindustan Times journalist after the Indian cricket team's training session in Perth on Tuesday.
The Gauhati high court on Wednesday directed the Assam government to provide cable TV connection to inmates of the central jail here so that they can watch World Cup cricket matches.
Calling the ICC's decision to reduce the number of teams in the 2019 World Cup "a backward step", cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar said such a move is unfair to the Associate nations.
Australia hit the highest World Cup score in tournament history on Wednesday when they made 417-6 against Afghanistan at the WACA in Perth.
If you thought only Indian cricket fans were unforgiving, swinging between extreme love and dejection, HT gives you a few takes from Pakistan that will help show how their fans swing.
Pakistan continued their revival in the World Cup with a professional batting and bowling performance in a 129-run win against United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Napier on Wednesday.
Before I come to the point, a bit of a preamble is required. Even at the best of times, the relationship between those who perform and those who write and pass judgments on them is tenuous. And at the worst of times, it is tense and edgy. Over the years, both have generally learnt to live with each other and not cross the line between being downright rude and extra respectful, writes Pradeep Magazine.
Top batsman Virat Kohli suddenly lost his cool after the Indian cricket team’s training session in Perth on Tuesday and abused journalist Jasvinder Sidhu, who is covering the World Cup for Hindustan Times.
The International Cricket Council burnt its fingers once, and in the present day scenario where television rights account for the bulk of a tournament’s revenue, it is unlikely that cricket’s premier event is worth a gamble.
The king can do... sorry, India cricketers can do no wrong. At least the clarification sent by the India team management after vice-captain Virat Kohli abused an HT journalist covering the World Cup suggested so.
Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis cracked centuries to lift South Africa to a massive 411 for four in the World Cup against Ireland on Tuesday, the second highest total in tournament history.
The Indian cricket board elections are known for twists, turns and drama, and Monday - at the BCCI AGM in Chennai - was no different.
Nepal's national cricket team and some Australian players will take part in a 63-over cricket match to be held in Kathmandu in April in memory of late Australian cricketer Phil Hughes.
Virat Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni slipped down the ladder to be fourth and 10th respectively, while Shikhar Dhawan retained his seventh spot in the latest ICC ODI batsmen's rankings released on Monday.
Jagmohan Dalmiya, who turned India into cricket's financial powerhouse before being unceremoniously dumped by his peers, returned as the BCCI president on Monday in place of scandal-hit N Srinivasan.