BCCI Invites Bids For Video Streaming of Cricket Matches
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Thursday invited bids from mobile operators, Internet companies, broadcasters with Internet portals and other interested entities to secure Internet and mobile rights for all international and domes
What's Beating Down Team India?
Since the start of last year, India has played 46 one-day internationals, 21 Test matches and nine Twenty20 internationals, which is equivalent to 160 days of scheduled play. In that period, Australia has played 45 one-day internationals, 13 Tests an
Unfriendly Act: India Cancels Football Friendly Match Against Barbados
India's coach was upset that none from the Barbados Football Association were there at the Bridgetown Airport to receive the team on arrival on Monday
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Psychological Counseling for Battered Indian Hockey Team
With an aim to enhance the mental toughness of the players ahead of upcoming international tournaments, the Indian hockey team management is bringing in a sports psychologist..
India's Mauling Deepens Crisis in Test Cricket
Geoffrey Boycott: "India are the paymasters of cricket. Every time their board auctions a TV rights package, at least five broadcasters bid. And those broadcasters provide vital funding for other countries when India tour abroad. So if India sne
Silence of the Lambs
The Indian dressing room at the end of the third Test resembled a funeral hall. There was no pep talk to lift the spirits. The legends also had lost their voice.
Team India's Biggest Defeats
Bad as the Indian cricket team's defeat against England is, India has had it worse
Losing Indian Cricketers Flayed
"Kingdoms fall. Empires crumble. Regimes collapse. It is the unwritten law of history. But who would have thought that India's reign would come to an end like this -- so swiftly, so feebly, so abjectly?
India Cricketers Butt of Ridicule
British media are lambasting the Indian team's "abject" performance and "lack of application", and some even had fun suggesting that Virender Sehwag took the help -- in vain -- of some "mint" and "sugary saliva