India batsman Ajinkya Rahane has said he is working towards attaining greater consistency and is looking to convert starts into big scores
After being inserted into bat, India got off to a brisk start with openers Dhawan and Rahane. Dhawan especially took a liking to both Jason Holder and Jerome Taylor scoring boundaries at well...
Virat Kohli struck his 20th century in ODIs as India fashioned a 59-run win over West Indies on Friday, effectively sealing the ODI series 2-1 after the visitors aborted the tour following over a pay dispute
India batsman Ajinkya Rahane married his childhood friend Radhika Dhupavkar at a glittering ceremony in Mulund yesterday
India's long tour of England ended on a heartbreaking note as the hosts held their nerves to pull off a thrilling three-run victory in the only T20 International at Birmingham on Sunday.
Having won ODI series, India will be eager to win lone T20 before leaving English shores
The stage was perfectly set for Virat Kohli (13) in the final one-dayer at Leeds to play a long innings, but the right-hander once again poked at a delivery outside off stump
Ravindra Jadeja's heroics went in vain as it was Joe Root century that inspired England to a consolation victory as India lost the 5th ODI by 41 runs. India, though, won the series 3-1
India southpaw's Delhi-based coach Tarak Sinha says his ward's unbeaten 97 at Edgbaston on Tuesday was crucial on an otherwise forgettable tour of England
India batsman Ajinkya Rahane said yesterday he was relieved to get a good night's sleep after finally scoring his maiden one-day international hundred
After Suresh Raina and Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane credits Ravi Shastri's technical inputs for helping him turnaround his fortune in ODI series
India captain feels his side played 'perfect' yesterday as the visitors thrashed England by nine wickets in the fourth ODI to take an invincible 3-0 lead in the five-match series
Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan have hit it off at the top of the order, all rounder Suresh Raina showed his superiority on the field while Bhuvneshwar Kumar put up a brilliant start
India thrash England by nine wickets to win the fourth ODI at Edgbaston and take an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-match series. This is India's first 50-over series win on English soil in 24 years
Mumbai-based batsman Ajinkya Rahane is in silken touch with the willow, but the India batsman is disappointed at not being able to capitalise on his starts
World champions India thrashed England by 133 runs under the Duckworth/Lewis method to win the rain-affected second one-day international at Cardiff on Wednesday
India have played nine away Tests since they travelled to South Africa in December last year. And these games have provided ample opportunities for the young brigade to stand up and be counted
India's new assistant coaches Arun & Sridhar have previously worked with most of the current players
England took firm control of the fifth cricket Test right on the first day by bundling out India for 148 runs in the first innings and then scored 62 runs quickly without any loss at The Oval here Friday
The first session of the fourth Test between India and England was a classic example of the old cricket saying that 'you can't win a Test match on a first morning, but you can certainly lose it'