Amol Karhadkar

Correspondent at ESPNcricinfo

Hrishikesh Kanitkar trains ahead of the Ranji final

India domestic news

Hrishikesh Kanitkar joins Goa as coach

Former Maharashtra batsmen Hrishikesh Kanitkar and Dheeraj Jadhav have joined Goa as coach and professional respectively for the forthcoming domestic season

MS Dhoni has his finger examined by Indian physiotherapist Nitin Patel

India news

India set for revamped support staff

India's support staff is set for a revamp, with Australia's Patrick Farhart joining as the physiotherapist while Shankar Basu and Arun Kanade will come on board as strength and conditioning expert and masseur, respectively

Who makes the cut?: Harbhajan Singh, Karn Sharma and R Ashwin during a nets session

India in Sri Lanka 2015

Selectors to mull spin attack for SL tour

India's national selection panel is likely to ponder over the composition of the team's spin attack when they sit down on Thursday in Delhi to finalise the squad for the three-Test series in Sri Lanka

Sarfraz Khan hit 52 off 46 deliveries

India domestic news

Sarfaraz Khan leaves Mumbai for Uttar Pradesh

Sarfaraz Khan, the Mumbai batsman who had an impressive outing in IPL 2015 for Royal Challengers Bangalore, has switched from Mumbai to his native team Uttar Pradesh ahead of the 2015-16 domestic season

The Central Zone team celebrate their win over South Zone

India news

Duleep Trophy omitted from 2015-16 calendar

While announcing the calendar for the forthcoming domestic season well in advance, the BCCI has omitted Duleep Trophy for 2015-16 season

Sourav Ganguly

Corruption in the IPL

BCCI forms working group to study Lodha verdict

The BCCI has formed a working group to study the Lodha panel's verdict relating to the IPL 2013 corruption scandal and instructed it to present its findings in six weeks

IPL CEO Sundar Raman, chairman Rajiv Shukla, Nita Ambani and Shahrukh Khan at a press conference

Corruption in the IPL

Sponsors cautious as BCCI looks to restore faith in IPL

Rajeev Shukla, IPL chairman, has stated that the IPL will be played with eight teams, but sponsors and commercial partners are cautious of the league in the aftermath of the Lodha panel verdict

RM Lodha, former Chief Justice of India, at a press conference

Corruption in the IPL

CSK, RR likely to stay put until BCCI meeting

Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, the suspended IPL franchises, are likely to wait for the proceedings of Sunday's IPL governing council meeting before finalising their future courses of action