The excitement and interest generated in India by the ongoing football World Cup has put cricket, for a change, in the background.
The historical Test between India and Afghanistan turned out to be a complete dampener as regards the conventional form of the game.
Amidst the hullabaloo of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the Indian selectors announced the teams to play the one-off Test against Afghanistan in June and thereafter, for the tour to play England
The Indian Premier League (IPL) has successfully turned the halfway mark and some very interesting findings have emanated from it.
Indian cricket has all the reasons to celebrate the year 2017. They have played some splendid cricket throughout, most of it at home and are now well tuned to prove themselves overseas.
Cricket came alive with a spectacular innings of 208 by Rohit Sharma in the second ODI between India and Sri Lanka at Mohali on Wednesday.
The fascination with cricket has various reasons for it. The unpredictable nature and the uncertainty of a result is one factor.
Few years ago, the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) had published a wonderful book on the ‘Original Laws of Cricket.’ The first paragraph itself is an interesting read and one that strongly relates to