Ajay S Shankar

Ajay Shankar is a former deputy editor at ESPNcricinfo

IPL 2010

IPL revises terms for overseas players

The IPL has initiated steps to ensure that all contracted cricketers, except those with international commitments, are made available for the entire season

ICC anti-doping policy

ICC and Indian officials to meet WADA over dope tests

Top officials from the ICC and the Indian board are to meet later this month with David Howman, director-general of WADA, the world anti-doping agency, to discuss a "workable solution" to the impasse over cricket's anti-doping policy

Dav Whatmore

'The situation in Kolkata is one I'm used to'

Ganguly's wealth of knowledge, Akram's game-reading skills and Shah Rukh Khan's passion are the factors Kolkata's new coach will bank on to turn the side around

Sri Lanka news

Stuart Law named Sri Lanka's assistant coach

Stuart Law has been appointed Sri Lanka's assistant coach and will assist Trevor Bayliss, the head coach, during the team's tour of India next month

ICC news

Mediation option in new anti-racism code

The ICC has included a mediation process in its new anti-racism code to help cricketers settle such conflicts amicably between themselves

Indian Premier League 2010

Whatmore to be Kolkata coach

Kolkata Knight Riders have lined up Dav Whatmore as coach, putting an end to months of speculation and uncertainty after the exit of John Buchanan

ICC Future Tours Programme

FICA rejects post-2012 draft

FICA has, instead, sent the ICC a series of counter-proposals including the setting up of annual Test and ODI championships

ICC awards

Outrage in South Africa over ICC awards

The ICC's prestigious annual awards appears to have run into a controversy with Gerald Majola, the national cricket board's chief executive, criticising the final selection process for not including a single South African player

Indian Premier League

Pawar questions action against IMG

Sharad Pawar has questioned the Indian board's decision to terminate IMG's services for the IPL and warned that it would put the board and its stakeholders' investments in jeopardy