India's coach hunt

After Greg Chappell left in the wake of India's disastrous World Cup campaign in 2007, the Indian cricket board bumbled along for several months in the quest of a replacement, zeroing in on different candidates at various points in time before finally settling on Gary Kirsten late in the year.

Straightforward not simple

Kirsten's biographer on what "The Professor" brings to the India coaching job

Gary's the man

Why Kirsten is the right choice as India's coach

Decision to be announced in a week's time

BCCI zeroes in on Gary Kirsten for coach

Gary Kirsten, the former South African opener, is almost certain to be named India's new coach, a board official has revealed

Asia Cup likely to be held in June 2008

New coach for India before tour to Australia

The board has scheduled a Working Committee meeting on December 16 to discuss the issues put forth in the office bearers' meeting today

Daryll Cullinan to coach Calcutta Tigers

Kapil insists ICL to go on despite problems

The ICL has been facing a slew of problems since its launch, from the active opposition of the Indian board to the massive wage bill incurred by promising dozens of players' hefty packages that start at Rs30 lakhs (US$ 80,000 approx)

NCA meeting to go ahead as scheduled

Coach selection meeting postponed

India will remain without a coach for sometime longer as the scheduled meeting of the committee appointed to select the next coach, has been postponed indefinitely

The hunt that isn't

India don't seem any closer to finding a coach than they were four months ago. A look at what has been going wrong

India's coaching saga

India unlikely to have coach for Australia ODIs

India have a new captain for the seven-match home ODI series against Australia, but they are "extremely unlikely" to have a new coach by then

BCCI fixes September 15 deadline for application

India begin formal search for coach

The Indian board (BCCI) has begun its formal search for a candidate to coach the national team