BCCI selection committee set for major revamp
BCCI selection committee set for major revamp

India's senior selection committee is likely to undergo a major revamp during next week's annual general meeting of the BCCI

Srinivasan likely to lose ICC chairmanship
Srinivasan likely to lose ICC chairmanship

N Srinivasan's decade-long regime as a high-profile cricket administrator may come to an end next Monday, as the BCCI, at its annual general meeting, is likely to replace its former chief as ICC chairman with current president Shashank Manohar

ODI rule changes causing bigger totals - Tendulkar
ODI rule changes causing bigger totals - Tendulkar

Two days after South Africa piled up the highest total in an ODI on Indian soil, Sachin Tendulkar has said that allowing only four fielders outside the 30-yard circle has paved the way for bigger totals

Wankhede curator complains against Shastri, Arun
Wankhede curator complains against Shastri, Arun

Sudhir Naik, the Wankhede curator, has complained to the MCA because he and his assistant were the targets of an alleged outburst from India team director Ravi Shastri and bowling coach B Arun

Brand IPL has taken a hit - Thakur
Brand IPL has taken a hit - Thakur

Anurag Thakur admitted to the IPL's brand value taking a hit in the aftermath of the 2013 spot fixing scandal, but stressed on the market not having lost faith in the tournament and Indian cricket

BCCI-PCB talks hit by anti-Pakistan protest
BCCI-PCB talks hit by anti-Pakistan protest

PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan's scheduled meeting with BCCI president Shashank Manohar had to be deferred following protests at the BCCI office by the Shiv Sena

State units to get Rs 30 crore each from BCCI for 2014-15
State units to get Rs 30 crore each from BCCI for 2014-15

Each of BCCI's state units will earn over 30 crore as a result of the board deciding to share the money recovered from the settlement with the broadcaster of the Champions League

BCCI going bidder-friendly to attract IPL franchise investors
BCCI going bidder-friendly to attract IPL franchise investors

Given the short-term IPL franchise deals on offer, the BCCI authorities are looking to lay down bidder-friendly conditions to help the bidders recover as much money as they have invested

BCCI proposals come down hard on conflict of interest
BCCI proposals come down hard on conflict of interest

Shashank Manohar recommended stringent measures to rid Indian cricket of the problem of conflict of interest ahead of the working committee meeting on Sunday

Lad, Dabholkar lead Mumbai fightback
Lad, Dabholkar lead Mumbai fightback

An outstanding exhibition by three exponents, each specialising in pace bowling, batting and spin bowling ensured a topsy-turvy, action-packed day between Mumbai and Tamil Nadu

Karthik targets India comeback
Karthik targets India comeback

With MS Dhoni's retirement from Tests, Dinesh Karthik's hopes of making an India comeback have increased

Dinesh Karthik 167 deflates Mumbai
Dinesh Karthik 167 deflates Mumbai

Dinesh Karthik struck 167 to propel Tamil Nadu into a dominant position against Mumbai in the third round of the Ranji Trophy

Happy that I have changed the course of many games - Zaheer
Happy that I have changed the course of many games - Zaheer
Zaheer 'one of the quickest learners', says mentor Naik
Zaheer 'one of the quickest learners', says mentor Naik

Zaheer Khan's mentor Sudhir Naik recalls his first memories of the left-armer who has announced his retirement from international and first-class cricket

Fit and hungry Vijay ready for Mumbai battle
Fit and hungry Vijay ready for Mumbai battle

Tamil Nadu's M Vijay is set to play his first competitive match since making 82 in India's series-leveling victory over Sri Lanka in August

Herwadkar six-for seals Mumbai's innings win
Herwadkar six-for seals Mumbai's innings win

Mumbai's opening batsman Akhil Herwadkar, who loves to bowl offspin in the nets, bagged five of the six wickets that fell on the last day to make it a memorable day for himself and his team

Punjab fight, but Mumbai inch towards win
Punjab fight, but Mumbai inch towards win

Fifties from Jiwanjot Singh and Mandeep Singh frustrated Mumbai, but the hosts managed to pick up four key scalps in their pursuit to victory

Visualisation the key to Iyer's resurgence
Visualisation the key to Iyer's resurgence

After a standout debut first-class season, Shreyas Iyer faced a few blips with India A, but finally turned his form around with a maiden double-hundred against Punjab

Iyer double-hundred puts Mumbai on top
Iyer double-hundred puts Mumbai on top

Shreyas Iyer's maiden first-class double hundred and captain Aditya Tare's unbeaten century helped Mumbai take a 341-run lead over Punjab

Pacers, Iyer help Mumbai grab early advantage
Pacers, Iyer help Mumbai grab early advantage

Thanks to a disciplined pace-bowling attack, aided by mediocre batting from Punjab, Mumbai bundled the visitors out for 154 inside the first two sessions