Kuldeep four-for restricts Australia to 300
Kuldeep Yadav's four-wicket haul on debut helped India restrict Australia to 300 despite another hundred from Steven Smith.
Kuldeep relies on basics of spin, not mystery
Instead of adding some bizarre aspects to his bowling, debutant Kuldeep Yadav used flight, dip and turn to puzzle the Australian batsmen
Kuldeep's height and angle befuddle Australia
On a first-day pitch, Kuldeep Yadav outfoxed three Australian top-order batsmen with guile and his natural attributes
Clear daylight between Steven Smith and the rest
Steven Smith's batting form has been so sublime that every time he goes out to bat, he exemplifies why he is a cut above the rest
Many a conflict amid all the interest
The IPL has been no stranger to controversies and scandals over the years. Today's countdown looks back at ten of them that hogged endless hours of airtime on primetime television.
Majrekar: Kuldeep's bowling line was impressive.
Sanjay Manjrekar talks about Steve Smith's batting, Kuldeep yadav' bowling and Ajinkya Rahane's captaincy
Shakib's calm, Tharanga's surrender
Sri Lanka's lackadaisical fielding, a strange sense of calm around a superstar and an umpiring decision among the talking points in the first ODI
Chappell: Opportunity missed by Australia.
Ian Chappell breaks down the action from the first day of the Dharamsala Test
'New mystery guy in the house'
Twitter reactions to Kuldeep Yadav's memorable first day in Test cricket, on which he took 4 for 68
Steven Smith joins elite performers in India
Steven Smith scored his third century of the tour on the first day in Dharamsala, a rare achievement for an overseas batsman in India
Smith, the highest averaged captain vs India.
Raunak Kapoor talks about Steven Smith's third century of the series and his new records
Kohli's absence huge setback for India.
Ajinkya Rahane to lead India in the deciding Test against Australia in Dharamshala
Samiuddin: With Manohar at helm, expect number of proposals to go through.
Shashank Manohar's resignation as ICC chairman has been reversed due to his integral role in, and understanding of, the board's ongoing reform process.
Why did Manohar agree to stay on as ICC chairman?
Shashank Manohar's resignation as ICC chairman has been reversed due to his integral role in, and understanding of, the board's ongoing reform process
Ugra: Officials will take the clarification as a victory.
Sharda Ugra talks about Supreme Court's clarification on the nine-year cap rule
Imran's tigers: The story of Pakistan's 1992 triumph
It's 25 years since Imran Khan lifted the World Cup in Melbourne. Here's a quick recap of the successful campaign down under
Ramprakash and Hick: the men who know
The last lap of India's marathon season
The hosts are grappling with sore shoulders, knees and groins, and a whole lot of tired minds. But with the series at stake, they will need one collective push
Krishnaswamy: India may not risk leaving out an extra batsman.
Melinda Farrell and Kartik Krishnaswamy discuss possible changes in India's batting line-up and maybe even a change of guard for the series decider
A gluttony of runs
Few batsmen get past 500 runs in an IPL season, which makes Virat Kohli's 2016 aggregate all the more incredible
Preview - Dharamsala decider promises more surprises
Australia have fought India all the way through the series, and now find themselves needing only a draw to go home with the Border-Gavaskar trophy
Australia learn the value of defence
That Australia are within touching distance of securing the Border-Gavaskar Trophy is down to a cultural shift following their 0-3 loss in Sri Lanka last year
Australian players meet Dalai Lama.
Australians give peace a chance following meeting with Dalai Lama
How Tamil Nadu moulded a winning season
Tamil Nadu's journey, from a conditioning camp in Chennai to the Deodhar Trophy, has always been about togetherness and creating a winning habit
The decider after 16 years.
After 16 years India is going to play a decider on home soil against Australia
Shreyas Iyer called up as cover for Kohli
Mumbai batsman Shreyas Iyer is expected to join the team on Friday, the eve of the match when greater clarity on Virat Kohli's fitness is expected
On The Road: In the hometown of MS Dhoni.
Melinda Farrell travels in Ranchi and speaks to localities who have shared special bond with MS Dhoni
Chappell: Don't have to be 100 percent fit to play as a captain.
Ian Chappell with Raunak Kapoor talks about Virat Kohli's chances of playing the 4th Test, possible team line up and who team has the tag 'favourites' ahead of the final Test
Australians give peace a chance following meeting with Dalai Lama
The rise of Ravindra Jadeja.
From IPL star to No.1 Test bowler - his story in 120 seconds
A chance for Williamson to define his summer
As New Zealand's long Test summer nears its end, how New Zealand fares in Hamilton is likely to define Kane Williamson's first home season as Test captain
SA target another away-series scalp
New Zealand go into the deciding Test in Hamilton trailing 0-1 in the series, and they will be without Trent Boult, Tim Southee and Ross Taylor, who are all injured
Moonda: Risking De Kock the big question.
Firdose Moonda with the match preview between New Zealand and South Africa, ahead of their 3rd Test in Hamilton
Quinton de Kock cleared to play third Test
Quinton de Kock will play the Hamilton Test after passing a fitness test to determine whether the tendon damage on his right index finger was severe enough to sideline him.
Want to balance own interests with game's development, says BCCI
The BCCI has struck a measured and conciliatory tone on how it is likely to approach the matter of the proposed new ICC constitution in future
Shami question part of India's rare green-pitch musings
Three days ahead of the fourth Test, the surface at the HPCA Stadium wore a smattering of grass. Will that, or Mohammed Shami's availability, subject to fitness, change India's combination?
Not worried about nature of pitches - Pujara.
India's No. 3 batsman on playing on different surfaces, what has worked for him, the team's psyche and plans going into the series decider.
CoA wants to work with BCCI state associations
Vinod Rai, the chairman of the Committee of Administrators responsible for implementing the Lodha reforms in the BCCI, has said he doesn't want to take a confrontational approach
Hazlewood expects result wicket for decider
The Australia fast bowler also said 'all the pressure' was on India to win the series
Renshaw's patience brings unprecedented success
With his sound defence and willingness to bat time, the opening batsman now has the most Test runs for Australia before the age of 21
Krishnaswamy: Kohli to undergo fitness test.
Melinda Farrell and Kartik Krishnaswamy with the latest about Virat Kohli's injury and possible changes in the battling line-up, ahead of the 4th Test in Dharamshala
Batsmen set focus on tightening techniques
Jeet Raval and Vernon Philander have called for more solidity and stickability from their team-mates to build an innings
Gillespie bails out Kent as Donald awaits visa
Jason Gillespie will join Kent as coach on a short-term basis while Allan Donald continues to gen up on a requisite coaching qualification
Shakib at no 1.
Check out some interesting stats of Shakib al Hasan's allround performance
Jadeja, Pujara, Vijay get top BCCI contracts
Ravindra Jadeja, Cheteshwar Pujara and M Vijay have been included in Grade A category of annual contracts announced by the BCCI today
CoA turns to court for smooth conduct of Dharamsala Test, IPL
The Committee of Administrators (CoA) has sought the Supreme Court's immediate interference to ensure both the fourth Test between India and Australia and the IPL are not disrupted by disgruntled
'Worried about long-term future of WI cricket' - Lara.
Former West Indies captain Brian Lara tells his concerns regarding the future of West Indies cricket and the disappointment of not being in the Champions Trophy
Ratcliffe fears death of county game if T20 gamble fails
Jason Ratcliffe, formerly second in command at the Professional Cricketers Association, has warned of "the huge gamble" English cricket is taking with the introduction of a new-team T20 competiti
'Never easy to beat West Indies at home' - Waqar.
Former Pakistan captain and coach believes the West Indies tour will not be an easy one for a fresh looking Pakistan squad
WATCH - Jadeja makes the No.1 spot all his own.
Ravindra Jadeja's 9 wickets in Ranchi have put him at the top of the ICC Test rankings for bowlers
India scared of defeat to Australia - Starc
The injured fast bowler has said India's attempts to sledge Australia were a 'defensive mechanism' in response to the fear that they might lose the series
'Momentum is on our side' - Smith.
Australia captain Steven Smith believes his team will have momentum heading into the final Test of the series against India at Dharamsala
ESPN remembers the past through the course of India's 500th Test.