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    • Ajay Shirke Accused of Sabotaging England Series

      Trouble mounts for Ajay Shirke as the former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary has now been accused of sabotaging the ongoing limited overs series between India and England. Here is Ajay Shirke's first reaction on the claims that he wanted to sabotage the ongoing series.

    • MS Dhoni Forced to Step Down as Captain?

      A national daily reported on Monday morning that Dhoni had been asked to vacate the post of India's limited overs captain. Speaking exclusively with CricketNext, Cheif Selector MSK Prasad rubbished the reports saying there is no truth to such rumours. He we have Bihar Cricket Association Secretary Aditya Verma speaking to CNN-News18's cricket editor Sanjeeb Mukherjea regarding the whole controversy.

    • India vs England: Virat Kohli Officially Named Captain as Yuvraj Makes a Comeback

      It is the beginning of a new era in Indian cricket as Virat Kohli was on Friday named as the captain of the Indian team for the three-match ODI and T20I series against England respectively. Kohli's selection as captain was a mere formality after Mahendra Singh Dhoni stepped down as India's limited overs captain on Wednesday night.

    • Dhoni Still Has a Lot to Offer As a Player: Michael Clarke

      With MS Dhoni stepping down as limited-overs skipper, CNN-News18's cricket editor Sanjeeb Mukherjea spoke to former Australia captain Michael Clarke about Dhoni's great reign in Indian cricket.

    • Dhoni Has Done a Great Job for the Country: Kapil Dev

      With MS Dhoni stepping down as limited-overs skipper, CNN-News18's cricket editor Sanjeeb Mukherjea spoke to former India captain Kapil Dev about Dhoni's great reign in Indian cricket.

    • End of an Era: MS Dhoni Quits Captaincy

      Talismanic Mahendra Singh Dhoni stumped every cricket fan on Wednesday when he informed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) that he is stepping down as the skipper of India's One-Day International (ODI) and T20 International sides, ending a trophy-filled era.