Gaurav Kalra

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Jagmohan Dalmiya, Anurag Thakur and VVS Laxman after the BCCI advisory committee meeting

Indian cricket

'BCCI is trying to be more transparent and accountable'

BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur has been in office for less than six months but it has been an eventful term so far. Speaking to ESPNcricinfo, he elaborated on a range of issues and the challenges facing the board.

Sandeep Patil and Anurag Thakur announce the India squad

Corruption in the IPL

No relief for banned Rajasthan Royals players

The doors of Indian cricket remain shut on Sreesanth, Ankit Chavan and Ajit Chandila, after BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said the penalties imposed would not be lifted

Manish Pandey targets the off side

India in Zimbabwe 2015

Pandey looks to make lasting first impression

Manish Pandey has admitted it was "heartbreaking" not to make his international debut last year, but said that he had an opportunity to "prove my mettle" after being selected in the squad for the upcoming tour of Zimbabwe

Gautam Gambhir is distraught after his first golden duck

India news

Gambhir turns to Langer to revive career

In an attempt to revive his stalled international career, Gautam Gambhir is in Perth, training under Justin Langer, the Western Australia coach

KL Rahul scored his first hundred in his second Test

India news

Competition for opening slot good for India - Rahul

India opener KL Rahul, who missed the one-off Test in Bangladesh with dengue fever, says competition for the opener's spot with Shikhar Dhawan is a healthy sign for Indian cricket

Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir both failed to get going again

India domestic news

Sehwag considering Delhi exit

Virender Sehwag is seriously considering offers from a couple of state associations to bid farewell to Delhi and play as a professional in the upcoming domestic season, ESPNcricinfo has learnt

MS Dhoni addresses the media ahead of the first ODI against Bangladesh

India in Bangladesh 2015

No immediate threat to Dhoni's captaincy

MS Dhoni might have combatively said he is ready to step aside if that guarantees success, but his reign as India's limited-overs captain appears to be under no real immediate threat

Ashish Nehra appeals for an lbw

Ashish Nehra and the recall that never came

The India fast bowler fell off the radar when he was at his peak due to injury and has not added to his international caps since. He's not sure why, but has learned to deal with it