Rahane's vice captaincy, Ishant's place in doubt in team for SA tour
Ajinkya Rahane is expected to keep his place in the Indian team but whether he would remain vice captain remains to be seen when the selectors announce the Test squad for the tour of South Africa on Wednesday.
3rd unofficial Test: Kishan, Vihari hit fifties as India A reach 229/6
Wicket-keeper batter Ishan Kishan and skipper Hanuma Vihari hit a fifty each to take India A to 229 for six in reply to South Africa A's 268 all out at stumps on the second day of the third unofficial Test on Tuesday.
India vs South Africa: Selectors seek time on ODI team and captaincy
Picking the team for the tour of South Africa has become a tricky affair for the selectors. TOI understands that the selection panel headed by Chetan Sharma has sought more time to pick the ODI squad while the Test team is likely to come out in a day or two. This means the decision on captaincy of the ODI team will be delayed.
Rs 10.50 cr to para athletes and Rs 32 cr to PCI allocated in last 4 yrs: Thakur
The Government of India has allocated more than Rs 32 crore to the Paralympic Committee of India during the four year period of 2017-18 to 2021-22, Sports Minister Anurag Thakur said at the Parliament on Tuesday.
'There was a climate of fear': Ajaz Patel recalls NZ mosque attack
It's been close to three years since two consecutive mass shootings that occurred at mosques in a terror attack in Christchurch resulted in the death of more than 50 people, but it's understandable if Ajaz Patel remembers it as vividly as the his 'perfect 10' feat, which came against India in the first innings of the Wankhede Test just last Saturday.
2nd Test: Sajid adds life to rain-hit Bangladesh Test with six wickets
Off-spinner Sajid Khan's maiden five-wicket haul for Pakistan brought back some life to the rain-hit second Test in Dhaka on Tuesday. Sajid's 6-35 held Bangladesh to 76 before bad light forced early stumps on the fourth day at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.
Hardik undergoing rehab in Mumbai, decides to skip Vijay Hazare Trophy
Out of favour India all-rounder Hardik Pandya has decided to skip Vijay Hazare Trophy (National One Dayers) starting across the country from Wednesday as he is undergoing an extensive rehabilitation programme in order to regain his bowling fitness.