Sourav Ganguly

Binny Appointed BCCI Prez; Board Unlikely To Back Dada For ICC Post

Roger Binny, a key member of the 1983 World Cup winning squad, was officially named as the new BCCI president. 

Didi’s Dadagiri: Wants Ganguly At ICC, BJP Says Don’t Divide Family

Days after Sourav Ganguly’s fate as BCCI president was sealed, in a rather unforeseen turn of events, the Bengal Chief minister seized the opportunity to urge Prime Minister Narendra Modi to allow the ‘Prince of Kolkata’ contest elections for the International Cricket Council (ICC).

‘Will Move On’: Sourav Ganguly Confirms Exit As BCCI President

Meanwhile, current BCCI secretary Jay Shah and treasurer Arun Dhumal are likely to retain their posts.

Roger Binny Might Replace Sourav Ganguly As Next BCCI Chief: Reports

Ganguly might be chosen as the India’s representative for the International Cricket Council (ICC) Chairman post.

Ganguly, Shah To Continue As BCCI Office Bearers After SC Ruling

The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the amendments in BCCI’s mandatory cooling off period between tenures of office bearers. This means president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah can retain their respective positions in the board.

Why IPL For Women Is The Need Of The Hour

BENGALURU: On Sunday, Indian Women lost to Australia by nine runs in a nail-biting final of the Commonwealth Games to settle for a silver. Throughout the tournament, the Indian team played top-flight cricket and won their matches – barring the ones against Australia – to reach the final. In the end, Australia’s ability to hold …

Why ‘Resting’ Kohli For Zimbabwe Series Is Unwise

BENGALURU: On Sunday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the ODI squad for the series against Zimbabwe. Along with Rohit Sharma, the selectors decided to rest Virat Kohli also for the upcoming series. India are slated to play three ODIs against Zimbabwe from August 18 to 22 in their backyard. Kohli …

How Captain Ganguly Changed Character Of Indian Cricket

BENGALURU: 2000 was arguably the toughest year for Indian cricket. The team and the public were reeling under the shock of the match-fixing saga which enveloped many prominent names such as Mohd. Azharuddin, Ajay Jadeja and Nayan Mongia. All three of them were convicted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and banned by the …

BCCI to investigate journalist’s threat to Wriddhiman Saha

Indian wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha has kept newsmen busy from last few days. After he was dropped from India’s Test squad for the series against Sri Lanka, he revealed that the Head Coach Rahul Dravid had told him to consider retirement as he no longer fits in the team’s scheme of things. He also claimed that …

Can Virat Kohli replicate Sachin 2.0?

After India’s unceremonious exit from the World Cup in March 2007, former Australian skipper Ian Chappell wrote a scathing piece ripping apart the batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar. “Before anybody else makes a decision on what will happen to Tendulkar the player himself has to have a good long look in the mirror and decide what …