TV ratings continue to dip
TV ratings continue to dip

The latest television ratings for the IPL are in and they continue to paint a faltering picture for the broadcaster, Multi-Screen Media, and the BCCI.

MS Dhoni to share his fitness secrets
MS Dhoni to share his fitness secrets

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the India captain, will soon be launching a chain of gymnasiums across the country

Tendulkar demoted from God to god
Tendulkar demoted from God to god

Writing in the Hindustan Times , Indrajit Hazra takes a tongue-firmly-in-cheek look at Sachin Tendulkar's 100th hundred that transfixed the nation:

Yuvraj fights to reclaim his life
Yuvraj fights to reclaim his life

Yuvraj Singh has begun his third and final chemotherapy session in Indianapolis

The pink-haired journeyman who battered England
The pink-haired journeyman who battered England

England may be the top Test side in the world, but it is a different story in the one-day game, where they are somewhat less than proficient

The best of 2011
The best of 2011

The last twelve months have seen some spectacular highs, both on and off the field

Davies selection sends the right message
Davies selection sends the right message

Steve Davies’ selection as backup England wicketkeeper for their tour of the UAE to play Pakistan would ordinarily not have attracted much attention, if any at all

The problem of Bangladesh cricket
The problem of Bangladesh cricket

Bangladesh slid to yet another crushing defeat, this one against Pakistan, and the murmurs questioning their Test status are bound to grow louder in its wake

Cricket and the Maasai warriors
Cricket and the Maasai warriors

Think of a Maasai warrior and the image that comes to mind is of a tall, strong man with a spear hunting lions in the African bush

A complex man with a brilliant mind
A complex man with a brilliant mind

The tributes continue to pour in for Peter Roebuck, often touching on how hard it was to get to know the man behind the writer

The worst Australian side in 25 years
The worst Australian side in 25 years

The reactions to Australia’s stunning collapse for 47 in the Newlands Test have been predictably scathing

Kotla fever, India's win, and Sachin heartache
Kotla fever, India's win, and Sachin heartache

Sachin Tendulkar has been searching for his 100th international hundred since the 2011 World Cup

All too easy the descent into hell
All too easy the descent into hell

The spot-fixing trial is over; the players judged to be guilty and sentenced to jail terms

Ashwin's big test
Ashwin's big test

As India take on West Indies in the first Test, Harbhajan Singh is conspicuous by his absence

West Indies series a  chance for India to experiment
West Indies series a chance for India to experiment

India failed in their first big overseas tour of the season, failing to win a game in England

Living next door to Tendulkar
Living next door to Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar recently moved into a new house

Reduced cricket coverage the thin edge of the wedge
Reduced cricket coverage the thin edge of the wedge

Radio Sport has announced it will not be broadcasting live commentary of the Plunket Shield, New Zealand’s domestic first-class competition, this year

Empty stadiums a message for administrators
Empty stadiums a message for administrators

The recent one-day series between England and India in India drew surprisingly sparse crowds, especially for the last two games

Keith Miller: the best captain Australia never had
Keith Miller: the best captain Australia never had

Keith Miller is perhaps the most glamorous cricketer to come out of Australia, and one of the most talented

India's big guns need to play domestic cricket
India's big guns need to play domestic cricket

Even just a few years ago it was occasionally possible to watch the likes of Sachin Tendulkar turn out for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy