Former India opener Virender Sehwag has backed spin great Anil Kumble for the post of chairman of selectors. Sehwag said that Kumble is someone who has interacted with Sachin, Sourav and Rahul as a.. IndiaTimes - Published
The first day of interviews for the Indian team's support staff stretched to a marathon 10 hours yesterday at the BCCI's Cricket Centre.
Twenty-two candidates were scheduled to be interviewed on the.. Mid-Day - Published
India's head coach Ravi Shastri is a runaway favourite to retain his post when the Kapil Dev-led Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) interviews the six short-listed candidates here today. Apart from.. Mid-Day - Published
former Indian cricketer and master-blaster Virender Sehwag expressed his desire to become India selector using his trademark humour and wit.
"Mujhe Selector banna hai... Kaun mujhe mauka dega?.. Mid-Day - Published
The ad hoc committee appointed to select the head coach for Virat Kohli's Team India, will be given six names to discuss as candidates. From the six, the committee comprising Kapil Dev, Anshuman.. Mid-Day - Published
MSK Prasad hit back at his detractors for constantly demeaning his panel owing to its modest international record. In an interview, the chairman of the selection committee spoke on the jibes on his.. IndiaTimes - Published
*New Delhi:* National chairman of selectors MSK Prasad yesterday said that he doesn't believe "you know more when you have played more", hitting back at his detractors for constantly demeaning his.. Mid-Day - Published
India’s batting legend Sunil Gavaskar has accused the national selection committee headed by former wicketkeeper MSK Prasad of “bypassing procedure” when it came to the reappointment of Virat.. Mid-Day - Published
Questions are now being asked about why there has been so much confusion over who has been picked, dropped or ignored for the series in West Indies. A lot of ire has been directed at the MSK Prasad-led.. IndiaTimes - Published
When the Committee of Administrators (CoA) meet tomorrow in New Delhi to decide the members of the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) that will pick the Indian men's team head coach and its support staff.. Mid-Day - Published
Sourav Ganguly has displayed his discontent with the Indian selectors for the squads they have chosen for the West Indies tour. Sourav Ganguly said that players like Shubman Gill who has impressed one.. Mid-Day - Published
*New Delhi:* Chief selector MSK Prasad started Sunday's press conference with great gusto after picking the Indian squads for the Windies tour.
Not only did he say that he would clear all doubts.. Mid-Day - Published
The return of Wriddhiman Saha, India's No. 1 choice wicketkeeper not very long ago, should rank as a significant development in Indian cricket. But how important is the Bengal wicketkeeper for India on.. Mid-Day - Published
India A sealed off the 5-match unofficial ODI series against West Indies A with a win in the last ODI to make it a 4-1 series victory.
Chasing 237, Ruturaj Gaikwad and Shubman Gill provided a.. Mid-Day - Published
It's now official that Mahendra Singh Dhoni will not be part of Team India for their forthcoming West Indies tour. The former India captain will be on a two-month break, said chief selector MSK Prasad,.. Mid-Day - Published
Chief selector MSK Prasad yesterday came up with an explanation as to why middle-order batsman Rishabh Pant arrived for the World Cup in England when Shikhar Dhawan injured his thumb. He also.. Mid-Day - Published
World Cup-winning former Indian captain MS Dhoni has communicated to the selectors that he will be 'unavailable' for the series against West Indies, and thereby has laid to rest all talks about.. Mid-Day - Published
Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni Saturday made himself "unavailable" for the tour of West Indies but ruled out immediate retirement a day before the selectors meet in Mumbai to pick the squads.. Mid-Day - Published
The Committee of Administrators (CoA) on Thursday decided to change the age-old rule of the BCCI Secretary convening the selection committee meeting of the Indian team by handing the responsibility to.. Sify - Published Also reported by •Zee News
The national selection panel's meeting to pick squads for the West Indies tour has been pushed to Sunday amid intense focus on skipper Virat Kohli's availability and veteran Mahendra Singh Dhoni's.. Mid-Day - Published
Skipper Virat Kohli's availability and veteran Mahendra Singh Dhoni's future will be in focus when the MSK Prasad-led national selection panel meets here on Friday to pick the Indian cricket squads for.. Mid-Day - Published
According to reliable sources, chief selector MSK Prasad will speak to Dhoni soon, if he hasn't has already spoken to Dhoni, and convey to the legend that his time to exit may have come. IndiaTimes - Published
*London:* The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) will review India's World Cup performance once skipper Virat Kohli and chief coach Ravi Shastri return to the country and the.. Mid-Day - Published
Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar recalled his time spent with Ambati Rayudu while playing for Mumbai Indians and thanked the recently retired batsman for his service to Indian cricket.
Snubbed.. Mid-Day - Published
Ambati Rayudu has retired hurt. To say this is far from the truth is like saying India do not have a chance to win the ongoing World Cup. Yesterday, the middle order batsman announced his retirement.. Mid-Day - Published
India captain Virat Kohli Wednesday described Ambati Rayudu as "a top man" after the middle-order batsman, who was ignored for the ongoing World Cup, retired from all forms of cricket.
"Wish you the.. Mid-Day - Published
The man who top scored in two World Cup finals for India, Gautam Gambhir has blasted the MSK Prasad-led Indian selection committee for not being able to give Ambati Rayudu a fair chance, saying that.. Mid-Day - Published
Gautam Gambhir blasted the MSK Prasad-led senior selection panel after middle-order batsman Ambati Rayudu decided to retire from all forms of cricket, saying the five selectors combined would not have.. IndiaTimes - Published