Bharat Arun

Bharat Arun appointed Team India bowling coach

Board of Control for Cricket in India, BCCI has appointed Bharat Arun as the Indian Cricket team's bowling coach. 

Addressing a press conference in Mumbai today, BCCI’s acting Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary announced that the cricket body has also decided to retain Sanjay Bangar as assistant coach and R Sridhar as fielding coach till the 2019 ODI World Cup.

Womens Cricket World Cup

Women's Cricket World Cup: England to take on South Africa in first semifinal in Bristol

In the first semifinal of Women's Cricket World Cup today, England will take on South Africa in Bristol. The match will start at 3 pm. 

England might have the psychological advantage over Proteas because they are playing the game at their home ground and due to their win in the group stage. But, this semifinal may be deferent altogether from the league round as South Africa have a good all round team.

Saurav Ganguly And Zaheer Khan

Ganguly was on a train trip after 15 years, fight over seat

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Saturday unveiled a bronze statue near Kolkata. During this, Sourav Ganguly traveled from Kolkata to Malda by train, but the journey was not good for Ganguly. In which train Sourav sat in, there was a fierce debate with one of his men. Sourav Ganguly was traveling to the train some 16 years later.

Indeed, Ganguly had to unveil the statue in Balurghat in north Bengal. During this time, he started traveling from the AC First Class with the postal express to go there. But when Ganguly reached his seat, a person was sitting there already. During this time, along with Ganguly was the joint association of the Bengal Cricket Association Sachin Abhishek Dalmiya.

Saurav Ganguly And Zaheer Khan

Ganguly did clear that Zaheer’s contract is just for 150 days in a year

According to Saurav Ganguly, the member of the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), Zaheer Khan, India's new bowling consultant, has been offered a 150-day contract in every session. In the Eden Gardens of Kolkata, Ganguly said, Zaheer has been contracted for 150 days in a year.

The BCCI had already made it clear in its statement that Zaheer's appointment was based on the 'Tour to Tour'. At the same time Ganguly's statement has now become clear that he will spend around five months in the year with the Indian team. Zaheer was being told that he did not want to give more than 100 days in a year, but the CAC emphasized on 150 days.