Trans-Tasman rivals Australia and New Zealand will battle it out for the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup trophy at Melbourne on Sunday. As a build up to the mega clash, here’s a compilation of some interesting facts
Australia skipper Michael Clarke will quit one-day international cricket after Sunday's ICC Cricket World Cup final against New Zealand, bringing the curtain down on a 12-year career
Former West Indies speedster Holding feels jaded Indian bowlers lacked variety while bowling to Aussies in semi-final on Thursday
70 wickets in 7 games must not hide the fact that India’s bowling attack needs immense improvement, writes Aakash Chopra
It has come to my attention that many in India are labouring under the assumption that India lost the World Cup semi-final because sport is a thing of vagary
Former fast bowler Javagal Srinath said yesterday that although the Indian pacers bowled brilliantly in the entire World Cup, they didn’t use the short-ball judiciously against Australia in the semi-final on Thursday.
India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni opens up about his decision to push teammate Suresh Raina and himself down in the batting order to help youngsters at the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup
Departed cricketer's former coach and mentor Neil D’Costa convinced that Michael Clarke's team want to win cricket's greatest prize for Hughes, who passed away last November
Pacer Tim Southee believes NZ have the experience and firepower to stun Australia and lift maiden World Cup trophy at the huge Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday
With New Zealand at the cusp of World Cup glory, former captain Martin Crowe has said the Black Caps will have to dig deep into their resources if they have to beat Australia as it will be a “high emotion” title clash between the trans-Tasman rivals.
Blistering heat that Mumbaikars have been experiencing since a week claimed its second victim on Friday. 16-yr-old Vipul Sharma collapsed in front of his house in Antop Hill
Our photographer Atul Kamble snapped Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma at the airport as they returned to Mumbai last night following India's semi-final loss at the ICC Cricket World Cup
A staunch critic of the ICC’s four-fielder theory which has led to regular run-riots in one-dayers, India cricket captain Mahendra Singh feels the current rule should be changed as it heavily favours batsmen.
Members of the film fraternity have condemned social media trolls against Anushka Sharma.
Sri Lanka’s Kumar Dharmasena was selected to officiate the final of the World Cup on Sunday, thereby becoming the first person to feature in the quadrennial tournament final as both an umpire and player.
Virat Kohli's girlfriend and Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma, who was in the stands to watch the India vs Australia match, seemed quite unhappy when the TV cameras flashed her on the large screen at the SCG
Australia captain Michael Clarke was momentarily stumped by a bungled question which appeared to be about his sex life as he celebrated Thursday's World Cup semi-final win over India
As dust settles on India's World Cup campaign, Men in Blue and their fans should look back on the '7-1' scoreline with pride; it's a reminder of the team’s ability to make courageous comebacks
Sourav Ganguly, captain of the Indian team that lost the 2003 World Cup final to Australia, says current skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni should continue playing, leading the side in limited overs cricket
I recently saw a very powerful play, Jan Se Mann Ki Jai Ho, on the plight of women in India and around the world