|October 29, 2015|
|'Cricket is becoming harder for bowlers'|
'I don't want it to be a batting affair otherwise you could just walk in with the umpire, with the bowling machine, put your hat on the bowling machine, walk away.' Brett Lee tells Harish Kotian on how Twenty20 cricket has changed the dynamics of cricket and why a bit of controlled aggression is needed in the sport.
|September 15, 2015|
|'More important to adjust mentally when batting at No 3'|
'Sachin Paaji told me to enjoy the situation because this is a reward for all the hard work I have put in for so many years in domestic cricket. He told me not to take any pressure on myself, but to enjoy the moment because this will stay with me forever.'
|August 06, 2015|
|'Delhi police didn't force confession out of spot-fixing accused'|
'The moment you increase the possibility of making a team winning or losing a game that's where match-fixing happens. And whenever match-fixing happens, it can only happen at the players' level. If a player is not fixed to perform a particular task then how can one generate money?'
|December 13, 2010|
|We can fly in South Africa: Sreesanth|
'I want my performances to speak. I want to focus on things which are very simple. I don't want to complicate things,' says the medium-pacer, the star of India's last tour of South Africa.
|December 01, 2010|
|'This is the beginning of a new Harbhajan'|
'Whatever runs I score, I hope to do it when the team needs it the most... My emphasis would be to contribute with the bat whenever the team is in a crisis.'
|November 25, 2010|
|It's going to end by me getting a clean chit: Lalit Modi|
Former Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner Lalit Modi in his first full interview since his suspension as commissioner of the Twenty20 league in April believes he is innocent and is confident of "getting a clean chit" in the BCCI enquiry.
|September 08, 2010|
|World Cup preparation as per schedule: Shetty|
2011 World Cup tournament director Professor Ratnakar Shetty discusses the preparation for the mega-event, which is returning to the sub-continent after a gap of 14 years, with Senior Associate Editor Harish Kotian.
|June 29, 2010|
|I have made mistakes and learnt from them: Sreesanth|
Do not be surprised if you see Sreesanth refrain from his usual tactics of charging at batsmen or having a few words with them in the coming Test series in Sri Lanka. The Kerala speedster says his bowling will do the talking.
|April 22, 2010|
|'IPL governing council must accept responsibility for the mess'|
Former India captain Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi feels the Indian Premier League's governing council must accept responsibility for the ongoing controversy surrounding the Twenty20 league. He is also of the view that if Lalit Modi stays away from the April 26 governing council meeting, he will be ousted as IPL commissioner.
|April 13, 2010|
|'Lalit Modi offered all help in developing the Kochi team'|
Kerala Cricket Association secretary T C Mathew says the public spat between the IPL commissioner Lalit Modi and Minister of State for External Affairs Sashi Tharoor is the result of forces trying to sabotage the Kochi IPL team.
|February 26, 2010|
|'In India, you have to be a smart bowler'|
Twenty-year-old South African pacer Wayne Parnell talks about his sudden rise, his experiences on his maiden tour to India and, of course, the IPL.
|February 12, 2010|
|'I will be back in the Indian team soon'|
After a good showing with bat and ball, Baroda pacer Irfan Pathan is confident of returning to the Indian team soon.
'We do not need spinners to take wickets'
South Africa's wicketkeeper-batsman Mark Boucher says there's a lot of talk about spinners taking wickets in India, but it is the Proteas fast bowlers who have delivered the goods on more occasions than one.
|November 23, 2009|
|'I have full confidence in my talents as an allrounder'|
An interview with Ravindra Jadeja, the fast rising Indian allrounder, celebrated his return to first-class cricket with a century after enjoying a fairly good one-day series with ball and bat against Australia recently.
|October 24, 2009|
|'My main weapon is speed'|
Selected to the Indian squad after good domestic performances, 22-year-old Sudeep Tyagi is hoping to make the most of opportunity against the World No 1 side in the upcoming ODI series.
|July 06, 2009|
|'It was disappointing to miss IPL 2'|
In an exclusive conversation Pakistan and Rajasthan Royals's pace ace Sohail Tanvir reveals his disappointment at missing IPL second season.
|May 29, 2009|
|Gambhir warns against complacency|
Prolific opener Gautam Gambhir has warned against complacency ahead of India's defence of their World Twenty20 crown in England next month.
|March 05, 2009|
|Captaincy is a challenge for me: Jhulan|
India captain Jhulan Goswami discusses the team's preparation and chances at the upcoming women's World Cup in Australia. If India does qualify for the final, to be played on March 22 at the North Sydney Oval, it will be Jhulan's 100th ODI.
|February 20, 2009|
|'I learnt a lot about cricket in the IPL'|
Ravindra Jadeja credits the Indian Premier League for his meteoric rise, saying it taught him how to handle pressure while playing at the international level.
|February 13, 2009|
|'This is the reward for my hard work'|
Mumbai pacer Dhawal Kulkarni, who was named in the Indian Test team for the tour of New Zealand, attributes much of his success to the inaugural Indian Premier League tournament.
|December 30, 2008|
|'I don't like getting out'|
Cheteshwar Pujara is India's latest run-machine. The 20-year-old has already amassed 876 runs in eight matches and ensured Saurashtra a place in the semi-finals of the Ranji Trophy for a second year running.
|November 14, 2008|
|'My best years are ahead of me'|
Ian Bell talks about the upcoming ODI series against India, his strategy for the same, and Kevin Pietersen, England's captain.
|November 13, 2008|
|'Aussies were busy writing books, while we prepared'|
Harbhajan discloses the secret of his success against Australia. Also reveals that the departures of Anil Kumble and Sourav Ganguly mean a lot to him, as both were his closest friends, and mentors too.
|July 09, 2008|
|'Playing Murali and Mendis won't be a problem'|
'Mendis has that weird action... so it is not easy when you play against him for the first time. But the more you play against him, the more comfortable you will get and you will be able to read him,' says Rohit Sharma.
|June 23, 2008|
|'Greenidge's wicket made that delivery special'|
'I think Greenidge's wicket, combined with the occasion -- that is the final of a World Cup, made that delivery special,' says Balwinder Singh Sandhu, recounting India's 1983 World Cup triumph.
|March 31, 2008|
|'Getting a hundred in India is lovely'|
Special Correspondent Harish Kotian meets with Hashim Amla after the first Test and gets first-hand reactions on his century and South Africa's brilliant showing.
|March 18, 2008|
|'Modi has just inherited Dalmiya's plans'|
Former England captain Tony Greig on what the Indian Cricket League is about, where the BCCI's Indian Premier League is likely headed, and why he would love to have the Indian team play in the ICL but can't.
|February 14, 2008|
|'I am a better batsman now'|
Back in the Indian ODI team after injury, Suresh Raina says he's ready for the challenge of Australia.
|January 04, 2008|
|'Graeme Smith felt threatened by me'|
Former South Africa all-rounder Lance Klusener considers himself himself lucky to play for his country. 'Some people don't get an opportunity to represent their country despite being very talented,' he says.
|December 21, 2007|
|'Australia brings out the best from within you'|
Playing down the verbal duel with the Aussies during the home series, Harbhajan Singh says, 'If cricket was played with the mouth, we would have had so many great players.'
|December 20, 2007|
|'I play the game from my heart'|
India pacer Irfan Pathan says bowling to the Aussie batsmen is a big challenge, but he is confident of doing well Down Under.
|December 05, 2007|
|'I was one of the biggest underachievers'|
Former West Indies fast bowler Mervyn Dillon says his best cricket is yet to come. 'Though I'm 33, I don't think I was fitter than today in my life.'
|October 25, 2007|
|'The story hasn't finished yet'|
'Age really does not matter so long as you are fit and in form and scoring runs consistently,' says former India opener Akash Chopra.
|September 04, 2007|
|'We may miss Tendulkar at Twenty20'|
Roger Binny, the former Karnataka and India cricketer talks about India's lack of genuine allrounders, India's poor fielding, India's chances in the Twenty20 World Cup.
|May 02, 2007|
|'Manoj Tewary has a very good future'|
Mumbai's Ranji Trophy team coach Pravin Amre says talented youngster Rohit Sharma should have been in the squad for the Bangladesh tour.
|April 09, 2007|
|'Dravid has proved his ability as a captain'|
Former India opener Chetan Chauhan expresses his views on decisions taken by the Board of Control for Cricket India in the aftermath of Team India's debacle in the ongoing World Cup.
|April 03, 2007|
|'Our senior players were careless'|
BCCI vice-president Narhari Amin, discussing the World Cup debacle, says someone should have told them that they were playing in the World Cup and not in a club tourney.
|March 28, 2007|
|'How can you ignore someone like Anil Kumble?'|
Former India stumper Nayan Mongia says the ideal bowling combination at the World Cup should have been two medium-pacers and two spinners.
'Batsmen let Dravid down'
What can a coach do, whether he is from India or abroad, if our players continue to perform the way they did in the World Cup?, asks batting legend Gundappa Viswanath.
|February 09, 2007|
|'Samuels breached the Code of Conduct'|
Nagpur police commissioner SPS Yadav says Marlon Samuels' conversation with an alleged bookmaker was no crime, but it certainly violated the ICC Code of Conduct.
|February 01, 2007|
|'Irfan is trying too much'|
'A lot of people will say a lot of things, which would be very confusing, so the best thing is to leave him alone,' says Nayan Mongia.
|December 28, 2006|
|'Tendulkar and Dravid have strong minds'|
In the second part of his interview with Managing Editor Sheela Bhatt, Ashwell Prince talks about his fitness regimen, Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid.
|May 22, 2006|
|'Sachin will be fine' |
'He knows what his body is telling him but he has had some back luck recently; that's all!' says former India physio Andrew Leipus.
|February 21, 2006|
|'Dhoni is murderous'|
Pakistan's captain disagrees with those who believe that Sachin Tendulkar is on the declines. 'He's good for another four-five years.'