Couple of variations added in my bowling, says Mishra

New Delhi , Feb 14

Seasoned leg-spinner Amit Mishra, who was retained by the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Delhi Daredevils, said he has added couple of new variations to make a big impact in the 2018 edition of the Twenty20 cricket tournament.

Malinga named Mumbai Indians' bowling mentor

Mumbai , Feb 7

Mumbai Indians great and former Sri Lankan pace spearhead Lasith Malinga was named the bowling mentor of the three-time Indian Premier League (IPL) champions for the upcoming edition.

For now, enjoy the success of Indian cricket

New Delhi

Indias cricket is on a high, how dramatically the fortunes have swung within a couple of weeks! The turnaround began with the winning of the third Test against South Africa at the Wanderers and they carried their form and exuberance into the six-match One-Day series to take the first two games.

U-19 WC: Hope boys have many more memories like this: Dravid

Tauranga (New Zealand) , Feb 3

An elated India U-19 head coach Rahul Dravid hopes that his World Cup winning wards will have many such lasting memories in the future, adding that the support staff had helped him make the title triumph possible.

IPL: Warne appointed Rajasthan Royals mentor

Jaipur , Feb 13

Legendary Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne was on Tuesday named the mentor of Rajasthan Royals for the 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL) which will see the western outfit make a comeback after a two-year ban.

U19 WC: Oz skipper Sangha praises Indian performance

Tauranga (New Zealand) , Feb 3

Dejected after an eight-wicket thrashing by India in the final of the ICC U19 World Cup here on Saturday, Australian captain Jason Sangha heaped praise on his rivals, admitting that they deserved to be champions on the day.

Cannot judge players based on IPL value, says Ganguly

Kolkata , Jan 31

A cricketer should not be judged on the basis of how much he fetches in the Indian Premier League (IPL) as the cash-rich Twenty20 tournament is based on "demand and supply", feels former India captain Sourav Ganguly.