Former Indian cricketer blasts coach for the team's dismal show in Test series against England, says Ravi Shastri should continue to stay with the Indian team
Former India stumper Farokh Engineer wants Duncan Fletcher axed as the Indian team's chief coach, and the appointment of Ravi Shastri and Dilip Vengsarkar to guide the team after the 3-1 drubbing Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men received in the five-Test series in England
The 52-year-old former India all-rounder spoke to mid-day about what he thought his team achieved through their 3-1 ODI series win in England. Here's the full interview
The former India all-rounder, who served as Team Director during the just-concluded limited overs series in England, puts his weight behind the under-fire Zimbabwean
The reports of head coach Duncan Fletcher and Ravi Shastri, who took over as the Indian team's director for the second part of the tour to England comprising limited over matches, are to be tabled before the Cricket Board's working committee for its members' perusal
Former batsman VVS Laxman believes that tinkering with Team India's support staff is not a viable option and newly-appointed Team Director Ravi Shastri and coach Duncan Fletcher should stay till the 2015 World Cup
Has Mahendra Singh Dhoni become a ‘law’ unto himself? Looks like! Is the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) going to do something about it? Unlikely, I reckon
Team Director Ravi Shastri was quoted as saying last week that everyone will report to him but in Bristol, Dhoni says that head coach Duncan Fletcher will call the shots
BCCI takes exception to MS Dhoni's statement that coach Duncan Fletcher continues to be the 'boss' of the team, describing it as 'unbecoming of the Indian captain' who had 'overstepped his brief'
Indian batting legend Rahul Dravid has said that he would have preferred to wait till the end of India's England tour to make changes to the support staff as such decisions could be "tough on everyone concerned"
Handed the task of overseeing a struggling Indian cricket side, newly-appointed Team Director has refuted suggestions that his role would undermine the position of beleaguered coach
England batting great Boycott wonders why India's head coach Duncan Fletcher has been spared the axe while the bowling and field coach have been asked to go on leave
Two days ahead of their practice game versus Middlesex at Lord's, Team India regrouped with a net-session here with under-fire coach Duncan Fletcher and bowling coach Joe Dawes
Former Indian cricketer who became the newly-appointed Team Director of India, Ravi Shastri can't wait to take charge and will look into India's recent dismal show during the Test series against England
The appointment of Ravi Shastri as Team Director after India's humiliating loss in the Test series in England is a clear indication that the countdown has begun for coach Duncan Fletcher's exit
Cracking the whip following India's shambolic Test series against England, BCCI on Tuesday sidelined coach Duncan Fletcher by appointing former captain Ravi Shastri as the Team Director while giving a "break" to bowling coach Joe Dawes and fielding coach Trevor Penny for the upcoming one-day series
Former Indian cricketers call for the immediate ouster of coach Duncan Fletcher and question Mahendra Singh Dhoni's captaincy in the Test series against England that culminated with an innings and 244 runs annihilation at the Oval
Much of the pre-game routines are fairy-floss rather than the meat and potatoes that help win matches, writes the former Australian captain
India coach Duncan Fletcher should be telling his team – 'don't allow the second Test victory take your eyes off the ultimate goal'
On eve of first Test against England, India skipper Dhoni insists he had seen signs of progress on the team's two most recent tours, of South Africa and New Zealand