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- Virat Kohli expresses disappointment on New Zealand tour schedule
Indian skipper Virat Kohli has registered his disappointment over the tight schedule of Indian team for the New Zealand tour. Post the conclusion of ODI Series with Australia on January 19 at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, Virat Kohli and team departed for New Zealand on January 20.Don't see MS Dhoni returning on the field as Team India player: Harbhajan Singh
Hours after BCCI did not renew the contract of MS Dhoni, veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh reacted to it and said that he cannot see Dhoni playing in future for India even if he comes up with a fabulous IPL season.Sourav Ganguly praises Ravichandran Ashwin's contribution to Team India
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday hailed Ravichandran Ashwin for his contribution to Team India as he won the title for decade's leading wicket-taker in the international circuit.Watch: How Virat Kohli gets surprised with his own six
Virat Kohli smashed his 24th T20I fifty in just 17 balls and while scoring 70 he struck the ball out of the boundary seven times. Kohli's knock that came at a strike rate of 241.38 was brutal and exquisite in equal measure.May Sourav Ganguly achieve five times more success than me as BCCI President: Sunil Gavaskar
Sourav Ganguly is the first Indian captain to become the BCCI President in last five years since Sunil Gavaskar took control in aftermath of the IPL Spot-fixing. Supreme Court had appointed him for a tenure of two months.Yuvraj Singh says India needs better selection panel
Former Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh on Monday expressed his feelings claiming that India needs to have a better selection panel.Delhi Air Pollution: 'India vs Bangladesh first T20I match not called off yet'
Despite a thick blanket cover over the national capital, the BCCI has not taken a decision to call off first T20I match between India and Bangladesh slated to be played later today at the Arun Jaitley Stadium, a report said.Rohit Sharma fine, to lead India in first T20I in Delhi: BCCI
Rohit Sharma was seen walking off the field moments after he was struck by a ball on the leg during practice session. There have been a lot of assumptions being made over his health as he did not return to the field later in the day.Virat Kohli to get all possible support from BCCI: Sourav Ganguly
The new BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, talking to media persons, pledged that he will ensure that Indian skipper Virat Kohli gets all possible support from the BCCI to make his life easier.There will be no compromise with credibility of BCCI: Sourav Ganguly
Soon after taking charge as the new BCCI President, Sourav Ganguly said he will lead BCCI exactly how he lead Team India with no compromise on the credibility.Top Stories