Mahendra Singh Dhoni: 'the same people are asking questions but not giving any solutions'

Dhoni keeps calm and carries on as answers become more elusive

The Indian Angle: Replacing legends is going to be much tougher than had been anticipated

Stuart Broad is likely to bring in spinner Samit Patel in place of Tim Bresnan

Stuart Broad and Steven Finn to return home early from India tour

England fast bowlers Stuart Broad and Steven Finn are both to return home early from the tour of India because of their respective injuries.

England have been keen to field Steve Finn in their starting XI since the series started but an untimely thigh injury has kept him out of the reckoning

Steven Finn doubtful for fourth Test against India

England bowler misses net practice

Mike Gatting's prowess forged England's last victory in India

Mike Gatting: How to survive in the India cauldron when the heat is on

England's last Test series win in India owed much to Gatting's return of nearly 600 runs. He tells Kevin Garside why Alastair Cook's current tourists can finally emulate the class of 1984-85

Yuvraj Singh (left), Harbhajan Singh and Zaheer Khan have been axed for the final Test in Nagpur

I will not run away, insists Mahendra Singh Dhoni after latest defeat for India

India make three changes for final Test but captain and Tendulkar keep places despite growing criticism

Indian star Sachin Tendulkar is living on borrowed time
India captain MS Dhoni has received widespread criticism

Alastair Cook: It doesn't stop now. We have to go again in Nagpur

Captain hails fruits of hard work and claims England are performing 'close to our potential'

England overcome last-minute wobble to complete seven-wicket win over India

England 523 & 41-3 beat India 316 and 247 by seven wickets

Afternoon delight puts England on verge of victory in third Test

England inflicted a telling collapse on India to put themselves on the verge of victory, and an unassailable 2-1 series lead, after day four of the third Test at Eden Gardens.

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wickets in a Test in India
Finn may have to return home due to thigh injury

Steven Finn ruled out of England's second Test against India

Finn may have to return home due to thigh injury

At 24 inches tall, Indian student is named world's shortest woman

A student in central India was recognised as the world's shortest woman yesterday as she celebrated her 18th birthday.

Two thousand up – but is the end near for the test game?

England and India play a landmark Test at Lord's on Thursday with the five-day format under attack, writes Stephen Brenkley

Alastair Cook and Stuart Broad factfiles

Andrew Strauss is stepping down as one-day captain and will be replaced by his Test match opening partner Alastair Cook. There is also a change in the Twenty20 set-up with Paul Collingwood giving up the captaincy and Stuart Broad taking over.

Frenzy in hunt for India v Pakistan World Cup tickets

Angry protestors hurled stones and clashed with police outside the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium today in the runup to Wednesday's India-Pakistan Cricket World Cup semi-final.

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