India pacer Ishant Sharma claimed an impressive five-wicket haul, but Sri Lankan bowlers struck back to leave the visitors struggling in their second innings at the SSC, Colombo
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Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that he is not hopeful about having a bilateral series against India in the near future, considering the current political turmoil between the two nations.
India's dogged fightback after losing a flurry of wickets notwithstanding, pacer Dhammika Prasad on Saturday said Sri Lanka can claw back into the game as the nature of the wicket was changing
Cheteshwar Pujara, who rescued India with a comeback ton against Sri Lanka on Saturday, is grateful to India ‘A’ coach Dravid for boosting his confidence
Rain forced an early conclusion of the second day's proceedings in the third Test with India, aided by opener Cheteshwar Pujara's sublime unbeaten 135-run knock, at 292/8 against Sri Lanka at the SSC ground in Colombo on Saturday.
England's veteran batsman Ian Bell has decided to retire from the limited-overs cricket in order to completely devote his 'focus' and 'attention' towards his Test career
JJ Hospital said they had been unable to determine either age, sex or cause of death from the remains sent to them by the Pen police in 2012; Khar police will send the samples to the forensic lab at Kalina today
Sheena Bora murder mystery may be unraveled as the suspected body parts of Sheena Bora which were extracted and preserved three years ago in JJ Hospital of Mumbai have been handed over to forensics for DNA testing to establish an identity.
With no play possible because of incessant rain, India remained at 50 for two in their first innings at tea on the opening day of the third and final cricket Test against Sri Lanka, here today
England right-handed batsman Ian Bell on Friday said he still has the 'hunger and desire' to play top-flight cricket
The opening batsman slot is not ideal for Cheteshwar Pujara, but it's better to bat there than not play at all, writes Aakash Chopra
Former captain Sunil Gavaskar yesterday said that India should field five specialist bowlers by leaving out Stuart Binny from the playing XI if they want to win the third and final Test against Sri Lanka beginning today in Colombo
India and Sri Lanka were left to ponder the behaviour of an unusually greenish wicket as they delayed naming their line-ups for the decisive final Test starting here today
Clarke and Sangakkara may have bid adieu to international cricket but Pakistan veteran Younis Khan has no such plans as he dreams of becoming the first Pakistani to score 10,000 Test runs
Former India pace spearhead Javagal Srinath believes that Indian cricket team playing five bowlers is needed to win Test matches for the country
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Ahead of Friday's third Test against Sri Lanka, Team Director Ravi Shastri says Indians will go all out to register their first series victory in the island nation after 22 years
India would play the final Test against Sri Lanka with the same tactics and strategies that it adopted in the previous matches, said cricket team director, Ravi Shastri, on Thursday.