Out-of-favour off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on Saturday credited Anil Kumble for his impressive comeback in the T20 League, which has helped Mumbai Indians set up a summit clash with CSK, and said encouraging words from the former India captain helped him regain his lost mojo.
Rajasthan Royals skipper Rahul Dravid has indicated that he will retire from the T20 League, after the Champions League T20 later this year.
The spot-fixing saga in the ongoing T20 today took a dramatic turn with ICC withdrawing controversal Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf from the panel of match officials for the upcoming Champions Trophy in England as his role in the scandal is being investigated by Mumbai police.
Australian opener David Warner said today he regretted not keeping a lid on his outrage but maintained he had to defend himself after his image was used in a report condemning the T20 League.
When the first ICC Champions Trophy was played 13 seasons ago, the Men in Blue were grappling with the fixing menace. On the eve of the last edition, set to begin within a week in England, Indian cricket is again mired in the same controversy.
Australia batsman David Warner has been fined A$5,750 ($5,600) for his Twitter outburst against two journalists, the maximum financial penalty for a first offence, Cricket Australia said today.
Skipper Michael Clarke has thrown his support behind embattled opener David Warner, saying today he could still captain Australia despite facing a disciplinary hearing over a Twitter rant.
Cricket Australia said today it had no immediate plan to curb the use of social media by players after a Twitter rant by David Warner, but suggested it could happen in the future.
Sensational revelations may be fine but the police needs solid evidence to prove the charges against former Test pacer Sreesanth and two other cricketers arrested for spot-fixing to secure their conviction in court. Harish V Nair reports.
It seems Rajasthan Royals, caught in the middle of the spot-fixing scandal involving three of their players, want to stay away from the spotlight as much as possible.
Few things come in the way of cricket. One of them has been the visit of the Chinese Premier, Li Keqiang.
The day after police nabbed former Vidarbha cricketer Manish Guddewar, another Vidarbha player employed with the Railways, Baburao Yadav, was arrested on charges of fixing. Jatin Anand & Karn Pratap Singh report.
Stuart Broad took seven wickets to rip through the New Zealand batting order and bowl England to an emphatic 170-run victory on the fourth day of the first Test at Lord’s on Sunday.
N Srinivasan sits in the president's chair at the Indian cricket board office; he's also the vice-chairman and managing director of India Cements, apart from owning the Chennai Super Kings. Sanjjeev K Samyal reports.
The success of the T20 league appears to have led to, among many outcomes, an upsurge in cricket betting in smaller cities and towns across India. HT
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