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Former India cricketer Gautam Gambhir feels that the entire controversy surrounding the Rohit Sharma fiasco could have been handled in a much better manner. Rohit was initially not selected in any of three squads for the tour of Australia. However, following the hullabaloo over his participation in the IPL 2020 play-offs, including the final, he was added to the Test squad.

India’s domestic cricket legend Rajinder Goel, often referred to as one of ‘India’s nearly men’, died on Sunday after a prolonged illness. Goel was 77. A left-arm spinner, Goel picked up a massive 750 first-class wickets in a career that spanned two and a half decades

Indian legend VVS Laxman is not too impressed with former Australian captain Michael Clarke’s claims that Australian cricketers ‘sucked up’ to India captain Virat Kohli and went soft on him as they wanted to protect their IPL contracts. Contradicting Clarke, Laxman stated that being nice does not guarantee any player a place in an IPL franchise, and that much more needs to be done to earn the big bucks.

Rohit Sharma made a brilliant start to his career as a Test opener, caressing his way to a fourth Test hundred, against South Africa at Visakhapatnam. After Virat Kohli won the toss and decided to bat first, Rohit strode out to the middle with Mayank Agarwal, who had a third opening partner in just his fifth Test.

India legend VVS Laxman rates Sourav Ganguly as the best captain he played under, and also said he would pick Rahul Dravid to bat for his life. Laxman made the observations at the India Today Conclave South 2018

The cricket world reacted with awe to Virat Kohli slamming yet another one-day hundred against West Indies to become the fastest to 10,000 ODI runs

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly has praised current skipper Virat Kohli for coming out in support of Mahendra Singh Dhoni,

Following his struggles in the second T20 against New Zealand at Rajkot, MS Dhoni's place in the shortest format is under question.

India’s new coach Ravi Shastri on Wednesday said that he is ready to take on the challenge of guiding Indian cricket for the next two years.