Domestic cricket will start as and when conditions permit: Sourav Ganguly to BCCI state units
Normally domestic season starts in August but the pandemic has wreaked havoc with the calendar and Ganguly's letter to state associations on Thursday made it clear that the Board is yet to lock in a date.
India have been regularly talking to me about Hundred: ECB outgoing chief Graves
However, even if the BCCI eventually decides to organise a t...
India to undergo two-week quarantine in Adelaide: Cricket Australia acting chief
The website reported that not just the visiting Indian team but also the IPL-returned Australian cricketers will have to serve the mandatory quarantine period.
A privilege to work with one of the best leaders: Gary Kirsten on Dhoni
Dhoni's retirement has triggered an avalanche of emotional tributes with several past and current cricketers expressing their admiration for his unorthodox leadership, brilliant finishing skills and sharpness behind the stumps.
Punjab Cricket Association's new international stadium to be named after Patiala's last ruler
The PCA has also started the process of renovating the existing IS Bindra Stadium to turn it into an international cricket academy. The facilities to be upgraded include grounds, swimming pools, gyms and other infrastructure. The 38.2 acre stadium in Mullanpur was conceptualised by former PCA president I S Bindra.
Chetan Chauhan: Guts and grit and that elusive hundred
Chetendra Pratap Singh Chauhan, who breathed his last at 73 on Sunday after battling COVID-19, was a very secure man and probably someone whose biggest strength was knowing about limitations, something that he believed helped him as an administrator and politician later in life.
Ending an over 15-year journey, Captain Cool calls it an 'independence day'
Known for his penchant for taking the game deep before pulling the rug from under the opposition’s feet, Dhoni did the same in his retirement. For the last couple of years, there were strong speculations of his retirement, but it never came. But just when the Covid-19 pandemic centre stage, he dropped the hammer.
I have pulled out of IPL due to personal reasons, want to be with family: Harbhajan
The 40-year-old, who has been a part of CSK during the past two seasons is currently in Jalandhar, Punjab with his family and requested privacy. The IPL starts on September 19 in the UAE after being moved out of India due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
MS Dhoni's brand value on an upswing despite retirement from international cricket
Since January, the former India captain has signed endorsement deals with the Association of Mutual Funds in India, digital accounting platform Khatabook, smartphone company Oppo and Isle of Man-based online poker company PokerStars.
IPL 2020: BCCI announces CRED as official partner
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday announced CRED as an official partner for the upcoming edition of the Indian Pre...
Sri Lanka, UAE kept as India's back up for 2021 World T20: Report
While there is still one year to go before the mega event which was set to be held in Australia this year but got postponed due to rising cases of COVID-19 and inability of the host country to manage 16 teams. According to a report in ESPN Cricinfo, "Sri Lanka and the UAE are among the back-up venues for the 2021 men's T20 World Cup, should the Covid-19 pandemic make India an untenable host."
BCCI set to spend around Rs 10 crore for 20,000 plus tests during IPL
While the eight franchises bore the cost of testing in India, the BCCI is picking up the tab for the RT-PCR tests which have been conducted from August 20 when the teams started landing in the UAE.
International Cricket Council finally postpones T20 World Cup due to Covid-19
The ICC also announced windows for the next three ICC men’s events, in order to bring clarity to the calendar and give the sport the best possible opportunity over the next three years to recover from the disruption caused by Covid-19, it said in a statement.
Coronavirus fear made Suresh Raina return home from UAE, say sources
The overbearing trauma of having to stay away from his family for close to three months in the middle of a pandemic and inside a heavily protected bio-secure bubble where cases of Covid-19 began popping up over the last couple of days, made Suresh Raina decide to take a ‘red-eye’ flight on Saturday morning from Dubai to New Delhi, according to sources.