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  • IPL cricket betting gang arrested

    Indian Police arrested 11 members of an Indian Premier League cricket betting gang and seized Rs. 9.4 lakh from them in a raid on their hideout at Rammurthinagar in Nellore city on Thursday.

  • Bangalore's star power refuses to translate into IPL success

    Royal Challengers Bangalore learnt it the hard way that star power does not always guarantee success after succumbing to the lowest ever score in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in Sunday's match against the Kolkata Knight Riders.

  • IPL should cool Test tensions

    Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting is confident the Indian Premier League will continue to cool any lingering tension between Indian and Australian players following their fiery four-match Test series.

  • Kohli confirms comeback date

    India superstar Virat Kohli has announced he will return to the Indian Premier League this Friday for Royal Challengers Bangalore’s crucial clash with Mumbai Indians.

  • Virat & I still good friends: Warner

    David Warner says he remains good friends with Virat Kohli despite a bitterly fought Test series which ended with the Indian captain saying that he was no more friends with the Australian cricketers.

  • India to consider player demands for increased pay

    The Indian board (BCCI) will consider a further increase in salaries for its contracted players after leading cricketers expressed dissatisfaction with the pay raise announced last month.

  • Kohli wins Wisden's 'Leading Cricketer' honour

    India captain Virat Kohli has been named the "Leading Cricketer in the World" in this year's edition of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, the publication announced on Wednesday.

  • Watson stands in as Bangalore captain for injured Kohli

    Australia all-rounder Shane Watson has been named interim captain of Indian Premier League's Royal Challengers Bangalore team in the absence of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers, who are recovering from injuries.

  • Kohli may miss start of IPL

    India's firebrand skipper Virat Kohli may miss the start of the lucrative Indian Premier League T20 tournament as he races against time to recover from a shoulder injury.

  • ‘Australia won't be happy with a draw’

    Australia have defied expectations with their fight in India but with all to play for in the final Test in Dharamsala, Steve Smith's team would not leave happy with a drawn series, according to former wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist.