Hemang Badani, who captained India A for the one-day part of their 11-match unbeaten tour of England, spoke to Wisden CricInfo shortly after he had returned home to Chennai. He told Anand Vasu why A tours are crucial in a player's development.
Vaughan has to become Mr Nasty
New England captain should follow Hussain's lead, writes Mike Selvey.
I'd bring Thorpe back tomorrow: Donald
South African legend Allan Donald has told Sky Sports News that England have to recall Graham Thorpe for the third Test.
The Master Blasters
How hard does England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff hit the ball?
South Africa's second spot secured
South Africa's victory in the second npower Test against England means they are guaranteed to hold on to second place in the ICC Test Championship when the ratings are updated at the end of the series.
Indoor cricket corporate tournament in Kolkata
The country's only indoor cricket pitch in Kolkata is hosting the second indoor cricket corporate tournament in the city. Last year the first such tournament was played here.
Ntini's Lord's carnage leaves cattle restless
At any celebratory event in the rural Eastern Cape village of Mdingi, Makhaya Ntini's late grandfather would slaughter one of his prized herd of cattle.
The spin dilemma
It has been said too many times, on too many occasions by too many prominent cricketing minds to be ignored. West Indies cricket needs a spinner of quality to complete a nicely rounded unit which seems to be emerging. The bowling attack needs variety and depth to conquer the world's best teams.
Issue 4 of Cricket Quarterly outlines ICC's view on technology
The fourth issue of the ICC's newsletter Cricket Quarterly is available from Tuesday.
EU says foreign quotas are illegal
The development of young British rugby players and cricketers could be hampered by a European court ruling that may prove as influential on the two sports as the Bosman ruling was in football.
England skipper's battle with the boys
If Michael Vaughan needs inspiration after a disappointing start to his career as England captain, he should have a word with Clare Connor.
Border backs Warne comeback
Alan Border believes Shane Warne will be able to make an immediate return for Australia when his 12-month drug ban ends next February.