HindustanTimes Thu,28 Aug 2014


It's a good format to come back into form: Dhoni

MS Dhoni heaved a sigh of relief after his team turned its fortunes around with a 133-run win in the second ODI against England in Cardiff on Wednesday.

Bangladesh lift ban on all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan's six-month ban imposed last month for 'misbehaviour' has been lifted, the Bangladesh Cricket Board said.

2nd ODI: Comfortable win for India against England in Cardiff

India thrashed England by 133 runs under the Duckworth/Lewis method to win the second ODI at Cardiff on Wednesday. Suresh Raina was the star with the bat for the visitors, scoring a 75-ball century.

Lalit Modi tweets his 'relief' after passport order

Former Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi took to twitter 'big time' today after the Delhi High Court ordered the restoration of his passport as he thanked the people who stood by him in his need of hour.

Everyone should show maturity to end all speculation

Talking about India at this moment, my suggestion is that all the statements and counter-statements which are coming out at the moment need to stop, writes former India skipper Sourav Ganguly.

Desperate India ready for some on-field action in Cardiff

Rocked by one controversy after another, India will be hoping that the spotlight shifts to the cricketing action as they take on an upbeat England side in the second ODI in Cardiff.

Rain washes out Ind-Eng ODI series opener in Bristol

The first ODI of the five-match series between India and England was on Monday abandoned without a ball being bowled due to relentless rains and wet ground conditions.

You’ll know who the real boss is by Windies series: BCCI official

'Dhoni is no one to comment who is the boss of the team. It’s not his domain,' the senior official said. 'What happened is very disappointing and unbecoming of an India captain. The matter will come up for discussion at the next working committee meeting.'

Captain Dhoni takes on BCCI, bats for coach Duncan Fletcher

Beaten and bruised in the Test series against England, Indian cricket could well be headed for more turmoil off the pitch after beleaguered skipper MS Dhoni on Sunday effectively rejected BCCI-appointed Ravi Shastri as director of cricket above coach Duncan Fletcher.

Skipper Dhoni, BCCI heading towards spat?

Skipper MS Dhoni’s blunt statement on Sunday that under-fire coach Duncan Fletcher was still the 'boss' and will stay put until next year’s World Cup has left the cricket board in an awkward situation.

Shake-up, fresh faces renew hope but game plan vital

India have had enough time to re-group, clear their heads and start afresh in a format in which they have been a lot more competitive in overseas conditions in the recent past writes Sourav Ganguly.

Team India seeks fresh beginning in ODIs against England

Their morale battered by the Test series debacle, India would look to make a fresh start and salvage pride when they take on England in a five-match ODI series starting in Bristol on Monday.

Girlfriends a big no-no for Indian team manager

The debate of WAGs on foreign tours has taken a different twist after India's team manager Sunil Dev questioned actress Anushka Sharma's stay with Virat Kohli during the Test series in England.

Dhoni a serial offender in Indian debacles, as captain and keeper: Chappell

The latest English debacle was worse than those previous capitulations because India achieved a monumental victory at Lord’s. This should’ve been the springboard to a spirited attempt to stretch that lead but instead it became the top step on the slippery dip to oblivion.

Maqsood, Alam stand tall as Pakistan win tense chase

Sohaib Maqsood and Fawad Alam struck quick-fire fifties and combined in a record 147-run sixth wicket stand as Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by four wickets with one ball remaining in the first one-day international at Hambantota on Saturday.
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