Santhosh S

Make or break at Harare for the Indian batsmen

After surrendering so meekly on the lively tracks in New Zealand, skipper Sourav Ganguly sounded philosophical about the dismal performance by the Indian batsmen

The seven-batsman theory might be in jeopardy

Ever since that spectacular run chase against England in the NatWest final at Lord's, India has firmly believed in playing seven batsmen with Rahul Dravid doing the duties of a wicketkeeper too

Darren Lehmann deserves no sympathy

The long hand of justice sometimes gets a bit too short, letting the guilty escape from the deserved punishment

West Indies take command of Chittagong Test

After the debacle in the first Test in Dhaka, not much was expected of the young and inexperienced Bangladesh team that squared up to the West Indies in the second Test at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong

Ranji one-dayers kick off in North Zone

There were wins for Delhi, Punjab and Haryana in the first round of the Ranji one-day North Zone league matches played on Wednesday

Sarwan scripts thrilling last-ball win

The Keenan Stadium in Jamshedpur witnessed the coming of age of Ramnaresh Sarwan, who played a memorable knock to pull of a sensational last-ball win for West Indies