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For the first time two Indian bowler have captured the top rankings in the ICC’s latest Test ranking for bowlers. Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja are in the first two places with 887 points and 879 points respectively.CricketStage set for MS Dhoni's last match as skipper
It will be the last match for India’s most successful captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to lead a team to the cricket ground. The game which gave him glory, name, fame and every other thing which he deserves. MS Dhoni will lead the India A team in the first warm-up match against England at Mumbai.CricketKohli replaces MS Dhoni as limited overs skipper, Yuvraj recalled
A new ear has started in the Indian cricket after Virat Kohli appointed as the new captain in all three formats. With MS Dhoni stepping down as skipper of limited overs the baton has been handed to India’s one of the best batsman.CricketWest Indies may tour Pakistan, security delegation to visit
It seems Pakistan is desperately trying to get International teams back in the country playing cricket. Last year, after a gap of six years minnow Zimbabwe toured Pakistan for ODIs. Now, Pakistan is keeping its fingers crossed as delegation from the West Indies Cricket Board will be visiting Lahore later this month to review the securityCricketVirat Kohli to be named captain in all three formats
It will be a new era for Indian cricket after selectors all set to name Virat Kohli as the captain in all the formats. From Captain Cool to aggression, the team have to play a different type of cricket.CricketPrithvi's debut ton takes Mumbai to 46th Ranji Trophy final
Mumbai’s seventeen-year-old Prithvi Shaw showcased a variety of shots and maturity to put his team in the finals of Ranji trophy. It was Shaw’s debut hundred and what a time to get it. Mumbai has made to the finals 46th times.CricketWill Dhoni continue till World Cup 2019?
Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni who again surprised everyone by stepping down from captaincy of limited overs was forced to do due to lack of competitive cricket. Dhoni, did the same in 2014, when he suddenly retired from Test cricket.CricketMahendra Singh Dhoni steps down as captain of Indian Cricket team, to help in selection against England
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has stepped down as skipper of India's limited overs sides, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced on Wednesday. Dhoni, however, will be available for selection for the three-match One-Day International (ODI) and T20 International series against England, starting January 15.CricketDavid Warner joins the elite company
Australia’s vice captain and opener David Warner has scripted history on the Day 1 of the Sydney Test. The left handed opener joined the likes of Sir Donald Bradman after smashing a century before lunch against Pakistan.CricketAfter BCCI top brass, now selectors have to quit
It’s been some hard days for Board of Control for Cricket in India. On Monday, the Supreme court sacked President Anurag Thakur and Secretary Ajay Shirke for not obeying the reforms of the Lodha committee.
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