Gujarat Titans’ opener broke three records during his scintillating 129-run knock against Mumbai Indians
The Supreme Court has directed Delhi Police to file an FIR against Singh, and several sports stars have come forward in support of the protesting wrestlers.
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
As England chased down 378 against India at a canter in the fifth Test at Edgbaston, The New Indian looks at 5 most stirring run-chases in Tests since 2000. 1) India vs England, Chennai (2008): Arguably the most stirring run-chase of the last 25 years and the reasons are more than just surrounding cricket. England’s
BENGALURU: Former Indian batsman Virender Sehwag on Wednesday revealed that he wanted to retire from One Day Internationals (ODIs) during the Commonwealth Bank Series in Australia in 2007-08. Australia, India and Sri Lanka participated in the three-nation tournament and ultimately India defeated the hosts in the finals to win the championship. Sehwag’s scores in
PUNE: On Tuesday, Shafali Verma, playing for Velocity in the Women’s T20 Challenge tournament, waltzed down the track and tonked the left-arm spinner of Supernovas Sophie Ecclestone for a boundary to open her account. Later, she carted Ecclestone for a couple of more boundaries as she scored a sprightly half-century to propel her team to
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