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 •  Will Virat drop Rahane in Kolkata?
<p>Ajikya Rahane is under pressure as KL Rahul is waiting to return to the Playing XI. Will the Mumbai batsman be axed from 2nd ODI against Australia?</p>
 
 •  MSD's secret chat caught on mic
<p>The former India skipper gives telling inputs to his spinners from his position behind the stumps.</p>
 
 •  Anil Kapoor's jhakaas tweet to Hardik
<p>The veteran actor congratulated Pandya and India for winning the first ODI vs India.</p>
 
 •  MS Dhoni nominated for Padma Bhushan by BCCI
The BCCI has nominated MS Dhoni for the country’s third highest civilian award -- the Padma Bhushan -- for his contribution to the game.
 
 •  Kuldeep hopes to keep David Warner under pressure
Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav relishes the opportunity of getting Australia opener David Warner out time and again and feels the southpaw comes under pressure every time he bowls to him.
 
 •  Smith hits back at Clarke’s criticism
Aussie skipper says 21-over chase in Chennai gave his batsmen no opportunity to get used to India’s wrist spinners
 
 •  Serena writes emotional letter to mom on body image
After becoming a mother, Serena Williams expressed how life would have been for her mother Oracene with Serena and older sister Venus taking up the tennis racket and the dangerous life their family lived through in Compton.
 
 •  Guess who's this cricketer
Indian cricketer Mohit Sharma who now plays for the State of Haryana, celebrated his 29th birthday on the 18th of September.
 
 •  Sensational revelations by Indian cricketers
<p>Cricket, the most worshipped sport in the country has some of the deepest and darkest secrets of the sport playing out in the dressing rooms.</p>
 
 •  Mahendra Singh Dhoni & his cars
<p>MS Dhoni is not only famous for his exemplary performance in the sport, but also well known for his wide range of cars and motorcycles collection.</p>
 
 •  Fans thank Bumrah for 'visiting' Pakistan. Take a closer look
<p>After Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli, Bumrah now has a lookalike to marvel at.</p>
 
 •  Inside story of MS Dhoni's red-hot form
MS Dhoni, after stepping down as India ODI captain, has so far played 14 innings where he has scored 627 runs at an average of 89.57 and strike rate of 85.65.
 
 •  'Virat Kohli always supported Yuvraj Singh'
Yuvraj Singh's mother Shabnam Singh said, "Virat has always supported Yuvraj.
 
 •  Michael Clarke questions Steve Smith's captaincy
<p>Michael Clarke felt Steve Smith, 28, didn't go for the jugular when India were 87/5 in Chennai.</p>
 
 •  Bairstow ton guides England to easy win over Windies
England beat West Indies by 7 wickets in the first ODI, which means the Caribbean team will now have to go through the qualifying progress for the 2019 World Cup.
 
 •  'I'm a huge fan of Kuldeep Yadav's bowling'
The Indian Premier League (IPL) gave cricketers an identity beyond their country and state and created a whole genre of freelancers who hopped from one gravy train of a T20 league to another.
 
 •  Adam Zampa warns Hardik Pandya
Taken apart by Pandya in the first ODI, Australian leggie admits he was off the mark but is hopeful of course-correction
 
 •  Virat Kohli responds to Steve Smith's jibe, mocks him
<p>Virat Kohli did not miss out on his chance to mock Steve Smith and the Australians.</p>
 
 •  Cricket prodigies who failed
<p>Several youngsters who achieved great cricket feats in schools and colleges couldn't live up to their early promise.</p>
 
 •  Glamorous side of Sachin Tendulkar's wife
Cricketer Sachin Tendulkars wife Anjali Tendulkar is often seen making stylish appearances at parties and public events with her daughter Sara Tendulkar. The 49-year-old looks pretty in whatever she chooses to wear.
 
 •  Unseen images of Hardik Pandya
Hardik Pandya has ended India's search for an all-rounder after Ravindra Jadeja and the Baroda player announced himself with a match-winning knock of 83 runs off 66 balls against Australia in the first ODI in Chepauk.
 
 •  I had no plans to hit six sixes: Yuvraj Singh
Yuvraj Singh also revealed that his father never wanted him to hit the ball in the air and always wanted him to play down the ground.
 
 •  MS Dhoni's advice to Chahal, Kuldeep
MS Dhoni’s instructions to bowlers from behind the stumps are invaluable. India's encounter with Australia on Sunday was a case in point.
 
 •  Steve Smith takes a dig at Virat Kohli again
<p>Steve Smith attributes Kohli's greater record to the number of ODIs that India play.</p>
 
 •  'Virat responsible for MS Dhoni's success'
<p>Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Monday said Virat Kohli should take a lot of credit for the way Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been performing in ODIs this year.</p>
 
 •  Dhoni is the unofficial India captain: Gavaskar
<p>Virat Kohli looks up to MS Dhoni and consults the former captain before taking some key decisions.</p>
 
 •  Is Hardik the next Kapil Dev of Indian cricket?
Love it or hate it, but the Indian Premier League has from time to time given Team India some key players in its limited-overs setup.
 
 •  India's tour of South Africa could begin from January 5
BCCI and CSA have been going back and forth to finalise the schedule since start of 2017.&nbsp;
 
 •  Why Smith is scared of Dhoni
<p>Australia captain Steve Smith was full of praise of MS Dhoni for his incredible batting in the first ODI.</p>
 
 •  BCCI appeals HC order lifting lifetime ban on Sreesanth
The Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI) on Monday filed an appeal against the Kerala High Court against lifting lifetime ban imposed on tainted pacer S. Sreesanth.
 
 •  These pics of Harbhajan's daughter will make your day
Hinaya Heer Plaha, daughter of actor Geeta Basra and cricketer Harbhajan Singh, is already a star. Be it posing with Virat Kohli or Sachin Tendulkar, she is a pro with cameras.
 
 •  MS Dhoni found sleeping on Chennai Airport's floor
MS Dhoni caught up on some sleep while Hardik Pandya, Virat Kohli, KL Rahul and the rest of the Indian team appeared relaxed at the Chennai airport en route Kolkata.
 
 •  Hardik Pandya sets unique world record
<p>Hardik Pandya has a distinction that rival bowlers wouldn't want to know.</p>
 
 •  MS Dhoni's magical words to Hardik Pandya
The Baroda allrounder’s maturity under pressure augurs well for India even as Dhoni’s influence continues to hold sway
 
 •  Virat Kohli gets ‘marry me’ offer from Pak cop
<p>Virat Kohli is favourite among Pakistan’s cricket fans. During the recent Pakistan vs World XI T20 series, one security staff at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore showed his love for the Indian cricket team captain.</p>
 
 •  MS Dhoni gives death stare to Kedar Jadhav
<p>Kedar Jadhav was dismissed right after MS Dhoni gave him a furious look following a mix-up.</p>
 
 •  Football
 
 •  Suarez: It is a privilege to play with Lionel Messi
The Uruguayan believe it is a privilege for him to be able to share the stage with Lionel Messi, whom he considers to be the best in the world.
 
 •  Tennis
 
 •  Rafael Nadal wins 3rd US Open, 16th Grand Slam
Rafael Nadal against Kevin Anderson in the U.S. Open final shaped up as quite a mismatch - and that's exactly what it was.
 
 •  Other Sports
 
 •  Japan Open: Kidambi Srikanth progresses to Rd 2
Kidambi Srikanth overcame a strong Chinese opponent in the form of Tian Houwei to enter the second round of men’s singles at the $325,000 Japan Open Superseries in Tokyo on Wednesday.
 
 •  Rio 2016 Olympics’ 1-2-3 add up to a rivalry
After striking up a rapport with aggressive Carolina Marin, PV Sindhu is just warming up to the rally-machine Nozomi Okuhara.
 
 •  Narwal guides Patna Pirates to win over Bengaluru Bulls
Pardeep Narwal became the first man to reach 200-point figure in Pro Kabaddi League season 5 as Patna Pirates beat Bengaluru Bulls 36-32.
 
 •  Best friendships in sports
We look at some sports icons who share a great, deep friendly bond on-and off-the field.&nbsp;
 
 •  Wimbledon’s greatest singles champions
<p>We look at the modern greats, both men and women, who have made the biggest impact on the grass courts of SW19 during the Open (modern) Era.</p>
 
 •  Shane Warne's alleged affairs
<p>Test cricket’s second-highest wicket-taker, Shane Warne is known as much for his colorful personality as for his bowling talent. We look at some of the most controversial moments of the former cricketer's personal and professional life.</p>
 
 •  Most dominant champions in tennis history
<p>As Rafael Nadal completes La Decima at the French Open and becomes the first male tennis player to win the same grand slam 10 times, here’s a look at other men’s singles players who’ve won five or more times at a particular venue.</p>
 
 •  French Open winners: Then and now
Want to know how your favorite Roland Garros stars have aged? Take a look.
 
 •  25 thrilling India-Pakistan matches
<p>Here’s a look back at the classic ODI encounters between the two arch-rivals, India and Pakistan.</p>
 
 •  Fascinating India-Pakistan cricket facts
 
 •  Female tennis stars: On-and-off court style
<p>Take a look at the on-and-off court style of some of the famous female tennis stars.</p>
 
 •  How the most expensive players performed in IPL 10
<p>Here’s a look at performances from the 2017 edition of the Indian Premiere League (IPL) by players who were brought at premium price.</p>
 
 •  Meet the future superstars of Team India
<p>The 2017 season of the Indian Premiere League (IPL) has seem some excellent performances from a few lesser known Indian cricketers who might make a cut in the national team in coming years. Take a look.</p>
 
 •  Most memorable moments of IPL 10
<p>PL 2017 will be remembered for many reasons.</p>
 
 •  Best offbeat images of IPL 2017
<p>While the cricketers are slugging it out in the middle, their partners and kids — who cheer them on from the stands — are adding to the glamour quotient in the tournament.</p>
 
 •  PSL fixing scandal: PCB bans Khalid Latif for 5 years
Pakistan Cricket Board has banned cricketer Khalid Latif from all form of games for 5 years for his involvement in PSL fixing scandal.
 
 •  U-19 Zimbabwe cricket team stuck in Nagpur airport
Due to heavy rain in Nagpur, the U-19 cricket team from Zimbabwe has been stuck in the airport. Airport services have been partially halted due to heavy rain in the state.
 
 •  Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma turn business partners
According to reports, Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli have been planning to invest in real estate together and have purchased properties in Mumbai and Delhi to open restaurants in the cosmo cities.
 
 •  Timing his innings well is Dhoni’s greatest strength: Zampa
Adam Zampa: Pride myself on bowling well under pressure … best way to get out of a pressure situation is by picking wickets
 
 •  Hardik, Dhoni partnership made the difference: Gavaskar
Sunil Gavaskar on Sunday heaped praise on Hardik Pandya and MS Dhoni and said the partnership between the two changed the course of the game in Chennai ODI.
 
 •  Dhoni-Pandya stand takes India to convincing win
Kuldeep and Chahal share five wickets as Australia finish on 137/9 in rain-revised chase of 164 in 21 overs
 
 •  'Slegding Virat will make him more determined'
Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar came out in support of former Australia pacer Jason Gillespie.
 
 •  Don't play for three-figure mark: Kohli
India skipper Virat Kohli, who has had a brilliant run with the bat in the shorter format of the game for the past couple of years said that he doesn't play for the three-figure mark and for him winning is the most important thing. India have won their last six one-dayers and swept the series against Sri Lanka 9-0 across all formats. Kohli reached a personal milestone in the ODI series against Sri Lanka by notching up his 30th ODI century, equalling the great Australian batsman Ricky Ponting and now only has Sachin Tendulkar ahead of him who has scored 49 ODI centuries. "I don't play for the three-figure mark. For me winning is most important. I can be 98 or 99 not out but if the team wins then I am happy," said Kohli in a press conference ahead of the first ODI against Australia on Sunday to be played at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai.
 
 •  Steve Smith takes a dig at Virat Kohli
Australia skipper Steve Smith brushed aside Virat Kohli staying ahead in the race for One-Day International (ODI) centuries, saying India play a lot more limited overs cricket than them.
 
 •  Missed out on coach job for lack of 'setting': Sehwag
Virender Sehwag today said he missed out on becoming the Indian cricket team's chief coach for the lack of patronage from the powers that be in the BCCI and will not apply for the position again.
 
 •  It will be a tough series for Australia: Michael Clarke
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke reckoned that it will be a tough series for Australia.
 
 •  This is the best Indian bowling attack: Wasim Akram
Former Pakistan pacer Wasim Akram on Monday heaped high praise on the current crop of Indian fast bowlers and credited skipper Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri for giving them confidence.
 
 •  Nadal beats Anderson to win US Open title
Rafael Nadal won his third US Open and 16th Grand Slam title with a one-sided victory over South Africa's Kevin Anderson in New York.
 
 •  Virat Kohli reveals a big secret
India skipper Virat Kohli on Friday revealed the secret of how he raises the bar every time he steps on the cricket field.
 
 •  Mithali Raj gets trolled for her dress
Indian women's cricket team captain Mithali Raj posted a selfie on social media and a hot debate is now raging over her dressing.
 
 •  As a player, you have to perform in every match: Kuldeep Yadav
Kuldeep Yadav: Kohli is a leader, his determination is motivating
 
 •  'Mother earth can't bear weight of your pain'
Cricketer Gautam Gambhir told a grief-stricken Kashmiri girl Zohra that he may not be able to bring her martyred father back but he can help her "live her dreams" by "supporting her education for a lifetime".
 
 •  Matching Sachin will take hell of an effort: Kohli
Virat Kohli scored his 30th ODI century on Sunday as India defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets in the fifth and final One-Day International (ODI) at the R.Premadasa Stadium here on Sunday evening. This was his second century of the series.
 
 •  US Open: Sevastova shocks Sharapova
Day 7 of the US Open saw Maria Sharapova and Garbine Muguruza crash out but Sam Querrey's march continues.
 
 •  We wanted to be relentless: Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli: Jasprit (Bumrah) has been our most effective short-format bowler in the last 18 months
 
 •  Hockey India sacks chief coach Roelant Oltmans
 
 •  Dhoni kept me on my toes: Manish Pandey
Manish Pandey played his first match of the India vs Sri Lanka ODI series in Colombo on Thursday. He was unbeaten on 50 as India amassed an imposing 375-5 after the visitors elected to bat at the R. Premadasa stadium. Pandey and MS Dhoni produced an unbeaten 101-run stand for the sixth wicket to put the game beyond Sri Lanka's reach. Video: N.Ananthanarayanan/Hindustan Times
 
 •  Dhoni joins Sachin, Dravid in elite club
Wicketkeeper-batsman becomes sixth Indian and 20th overall to reach the milestone
 
 •  Sindhu, Saina, Srikanth felicitated by Sports Minister
India's star shuttlers Pusarla Venkata Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth were felicitated by Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Thursday for their fine show at the recently concluded Badminton World Championship held at Glasgow.
 
 •  Winning Bronze was emotional: Saina Nehwal
Indian badminton star Saina Nehwal finished with a bronze medal at the recently concluded 2017 World Badminton Championships at Glasgow.
 
 •  Expected gold but missed it by two points: PV Sindhu
Shrugging off the disappointment of losing the epic final, former bronze medallist PV Sindhu said she is happy she could at least change the colour of the medal by bagging a silver at the World Championships. Speaking exclusively to NDTV, Sindhu said, "It was one of the longest matches. It's been really good. Really happy to end up with silver medal and off course, definitely I wanted to change the colour and I have done it to silver but the expected gold but missed it by two points."
 
 •  'Nobody judges my performance better than Dhoni'
Kuldeep Yadav: I have been with Mahi bhai for the last six months, and I have been talking to him constantly
 
 •  Fans happy with Sharapova return
Maria Sharapova made a show-stopping return to grand slam tennis by beating second seed Simona Halep in the opening round of the US Open.
 
 •  PV Sindhu claims silver after gruelling, epic final
Ace Indian shuttler PV Sindhu had to settle for silver after losing 19-21, 22-20, 20-22 to Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in a hard-fought final of the World Badminton Championships at Glasgow in Scotland.
 
 •  Third ODI: Rohit, Dhoni do the trick for India
Sri Lanka ride on Thirmanne’s 80 to get to a mediocre 217/9 before India cross the target with lots in hand
 
 •  'India need to look at all-rounder's position before WC'
With the World Cup 2019 not that far away, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar feels that the key area India need to look at is the all-rounder's slot.
 
 •  First major international cricket tours to return to Pakistan
Pakistan Cricket chairman announces three international tours of Pakistan due to take place later this year.
 
 •  1st ODI: Dhawan, Kohli help India beat Sri Lanka by nine wickets
The Indian Cricket Team achieved yet another comprehensive triumph over Sri Lanka in the opening ODI of the five-match series at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium.
 
 •  Ex-hockey player stabbed to death by wife in Mumbai
A 45-year-old woman allegedly killed her husband by stabbing him following a domestic dispute.
 
 •  Malinga's pace has gone down, we can attack him: Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan: It is very important that everyone is on the same level of fitness; not fair that the team bears the load
 
 •  First thing is to forget about the Test series: Upul Tharanga
Upul Tharanga: We didn't play well to our strength during the Test series
 
 •  Not going to be predictable anymore: Kohli
Virat Kohli: For us it's all about when you want to start giving roles to players and start experimenting
 
 •  When Pandya surprised his dad with new SUV
One of the newest members to join the Indian Test Cricket Squad, Hardik Pandya was in great form during the recent tournament in Sri Lanka.
 
 •  Have waited long enough to get into Team India: Manish Pandey
Manish Pandey: If you are not in the form, injuries don't matter as much as when you are doing well.
 
 •  Smith hits back at Clarke’s criticism
Aussie skipper says 21-over chase in Chennai gave his batsmen no opportunity to get used to India’s wrist spinners
 
 •  Windies must pull up their socks quickly
Brushed aside by the might of England in game one, visitors have little time to get their act together
 
 •  Australia look to draw level in Smith’s 100th ODI, rain permitting
Buoyed by a 1-0 lead and Pandya’s success as an allrounder, India set to unleash its wrist-spin duo again
 
 •  Assam challenge excites much-travelled Rajput
My responsibility to boost their moral and give them confidence, says former opener who was in charge when India won the World T20 title
 
 •  Excited to play my hundredth game | Steven Smith | Wisden India
Steven Smith: It was a disappointing start to the series, but we have got another game tomorrow to try and turn things around
 
 •  Brathwaite action passes ICC muster
Windies’ occasional offspinner had been reported after Edgbaston hammering by England
 
 •  Haynes to lead Australia Women in Ashes
Left-hand batter to stand in for Meg Lanning, who has been ruled out following shoulder surgery
 
 •  Bowlers, Bairstow combine to deny Windies direct berth at World Cup 2019
Visitors go down by seven wickets in rain-affected first ODI after being restricted to 204/9
 
 •  Old Trafford result puts Sri Lanka in World Cup 2019
Windies, the 1975 and 1979 champions, must take part in qualifiers to try and make the cut at ten-team marquee event
 
 •  Rasool, Choudhary give Green early advantage
Tiwary’s 78 the saving grace for India Red as they finish on 177 before their opponents get to 100/3 by close of play
 
 •  Gayle, Samuels back as Windies bat first
Wet weather and a delayed start make first ODI into a 42-overs-a-side contest
 
 •  Timing his innings well is Dhoni’s greatest strength: Zampa
Adam Zampa: Pride myself on bowling well under pressure … best way to get out of a pressure situation is by picking wickets
 
 •  Rain fears as Kolkata gets Pujo and ODI ready
Eden Gardens kept under covers for well over 24 hours, forcing Indians to cancel training session and Australians to practice indoors
 
 •  'Love India more than my wife'
<p>Here's a look at what MS Dhoni is all about and what the world thinks about him.</p>
 
 •  Adam Zampa warns Hardik
Taken apart by Pandya in the first ODI, Australian leggie admits he was off the mark but is hopeful of course-correction
 
 •  Cricket prodigies who failed
<p>Several youngsters who achieved great cricket feats in schools and colleges couldn't live up to their early promise.</p>
 
 •  Labrooy to head selection panel
Gurusinha lone surviving member from previous committee as Sri Lanka Cricket rings in the changes
 
 •  Inside story of Hardik's innings
The Baroda allrounder’s maturity under pressure augurs well for India even as Dhoni’s influence continues to hold sway
 
 •  Dhoni-Pandya stand takes India to convincing win
Kuldeep and Chahal share five wickets as Australia finish on 137/9 in rain-revised chase of 164 in 21 overs
 
 •  Pakistan needed Sammy far more than it did Cameron
A man of quiet grace and dignity, the former Windies captain did the right thing in refusing to receive a medal from the CWI president
 
 •  Formidable England hold the aces
With direct qualification to 2019 World Cup on the line, Windies can ill afford a slip-up in five-match ODI series
 
 •  Dhoni, Pandya rock Australia
Kuldeep and Chahal share five wickets as Australia finish on 137/9 in rain-revised chase of 164 in 21 overs
 
 •  India v Australia, first ODI - Match highlights
Highlights from the first ODI between India and Australia
 
 •  Pandya, Dhoni headline brilliant Indian win
After middle-order duo rallies hosts from 87 for 5 to 281 for 7, bowlers derail Australian chase in rain-affected game
 
 •  Two new balls made the difference, rues Smith
Chahal differs with Australian skipper, says India’s win was shaped by good bowling
 
 •  MSD, Hardik star in Indian win
<p>After middle-order duo rallies hosts from 87 for 5 to 281 for 7, bowlers derail Australian chase in rain-affected game.</p>
 
 •  Pandya, Dhoni haul India to 281 for 7
Coulter-Nile’s initial burst leaves hosts floundering at 11 for 3, before depth and power in batting comes to the rescue
 
 •  India bat first in series opener
Hosts leave out KL Rahul, while Australia hand Hilton Cartwright an international cap
 
 •  Cricket’s back at Chepauk, but Ashwin is missing
R Ashwin seems currently superfluous to India’s limited-overs needs, but that hasn’t stopped him from developing his arsenal for Test cricket in England.
 
 •  Preview, 1st ODI: Clarity in selection gives India the edge
Axar's ankle sprain a minor setback for hosts who don't have a dearth of options, while Australia appear light on batting experience
 
 •  Vihari, Hooda hit tons as match ends in a draw
India Blue post 444 before India Red respond with 133 for 5 on fourth day of Duleep Trophy clash
 
 •  Jadeja replaces Axar for first three ODIs
Allrounder sidelined with sprained ankle, giving his senior colleague a chance to come back to the Indian 50-over squad
 
 •  Kohli wants flexibility from batsmen, fearlessness from bowlers
India captain says team is backing Rahul in the middle order and Rahane to open, feels three bowlers and two bowling allrounders is the way forward
 
 •  Duminy announces retirement from Test cricket
My focus will be placed on attaining limited-overs cricket success for South Africa, says South African batsman
 
 •  Hope to put Kuldeep under pressure early: Smith
Australia rope in Kerala spinner to tackle chinaman bowler's variations; captain says five-match series will help build towards 2019 World Cup
 
 •  Cricket in Pakistan, a step in the right direction
I was nervous to begin with but those apprehensions are gone now, says Faf du Plessis
 
 •  Third T20I: Shehzad, bowlers plays the lead in historic series win | Wisden India
Third T20I: Pakistan race away to 183/4 before restricting World XI to 150/8 in finale of historic series
 
 •  Shehzad scripts series win
Third T20I: Pakistan race away to 183/4 before restricting World XI to 150/8 in finale of historic series
 
 •  Wet outfield spoils third day
Only 4.4 overs possible due to poor weather with India Blue making 232 for 3 against India Red before being forced off the field
 
 •  Windies seek reversal of fortunes in favourite format
The visitors' last T20I against England was the 2016 World T20 final, and Brathwaite's men will hope to show their might again
 
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