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BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke and president Anurag Thakur speak to the press

India news

BCCI v Supreme Court: To wield or yield power?

A solution for the stand-off between the BCCI and Supreme Court hasn't been found yet. In the meantime, cricket is being sacrificed as collateral damage

ESPNcricinfo staff

Harsha Bhogle, ESPNcricinfo editor Sambit Bal, and VVS Laxman during a discussion at the launch of <i>Talking Cricket</i>

India cricket

Bhogle ouster small part of larger problem

Harsha Bhogle being left out of the IPL commentary team at the very last minute throws up several uncomfortable questions

ESPNcricinfo staff

N Srinivasan and Sundar Raman arrive for an ACC meeting

India cricket

IPL = Alibaba and the Forty Thieves?

Former India allrounder Kirti Azad questions the functioning of the IPL and BCCI in his piece for the DNA

World Cup 2015: Australia

Mind your tongue, Australia

Australia might have re-asserted their dominance by winning their World Cup, but their boorish behaviour left a sour taste says Greg Baum in the Sydney Morning Herald

Indian cricket

Indian cricket on a downward spiral

Shiv Visvanathan, in Deccan Chronicle, explains how the troubles Indian cricket faces in recent times and the silence of reputed voices has left him jaded

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies cricket

Lara's outback adventures

In an interview with Andrew Webster of the Sydney Morning Herald, Brian Lara recalls his earliest memories of cricket and the aggressive on-field encounters he had with the Australian side

Pakistan cricket

Explaining Pakistan cricket

Pakistan's unpredictability is renowned. They scale unbelievable highs and slump to inexplicable lows. Andy Bull still loves them though and he says why in the Guardian

England cricket

Will ECB take control of the Pietersen mess?

Ted Corbett, in his blog, asks if the England Cricket Board would provide a swift solution to the feuds that have begun in the wake of Kevin Pietersen's autobiography

English cricket

The KP files

In an explosive interview with the Daily Telegraph on the eve of the release of his autobiography, Kevin Pietersen lashes out