With Ravi Shastri in the lead, the long saga of appointment of the Team India coach is drawing to a close
A gullible nation, groomed for decades by television channels striving to maximise profit, has come to regard India vs Pakistan matches as proxy war
Officialdom, advertisers and a deluge of confident fanfare—this Champions Trophy is an Indian show
The ambiguity over a new coach is just BCCI veterans’ tactic to delay reforms
Is the Kohli-Kumble tussle real or a facade to dump the coach’s proposal for better pay?
If the ISL becomes our top football league, teams like Aizawl FC would have to sit out. Do the gains from the money-spinner match the honour?
For long, BCCI has underpaid generations of cricketers. Now, the CoA is approached for a redressal long overdue.
Former CAG and now the head of the SC-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA), Vinod Rai talks about his plans to reform the BCCI...
Talk of a Champions Trophy boycott and calls for more money raged. Then, the CoA came, and with it, wisdom.
Ethnic sports can at times kick up a caste spirit that rules rural India. It may spill on to even the scorers.
With the googly and a disarming smile, Rashid Khan confounds batsmen and raises high his national flag
A combative Ruchir Modi aims for his father’s post of Rajasthan cricket chief. But is he his own man?
In nearly two decades, Ashish Nehra has made repeated comebacks from injuries on the back of an iron will. The world’s oldest pacer is still running in.