The Indian skipper has sought Greg Chappell's advice on beating Australia.
Hookes stands his ground after trouble with hairy delivery
Former Test batsman David Hookes had less trouble dodging thunderbolts from the feared 1980s West Indies pace attack than the ones he faced yesterday.
Accuser 'fears for her life'
South African mother-of-three Helen Cohen Alon also threatened to sue anyone who blackened her name.
Breaking his silence on the fallout of his Lord Cowdrey Spirit of Cricket Lecture, Sunil Gavaskar warned that players might come to blows if personal abuse on the field was not stopped.
Sachin is Mr Clean: Pat Symcox
In the wake of Warne's latest controversy, veteran cricketer Pat Symcox has lauded Sachin Tendulkar for leading a quiet, controversy-free life while achieving fame.
Test cricket has change since Boycott's day: Duncan Fletcher
Geoffrey Boycott made some strong comments about myself and my management style in Monday's Telegraph. He was a fine player and is now a respected commentator, but I think his accusations were a combination of the curious and the unfair.
'She's just a dopey, hairy-backed Sheila'
An Australian cricket coach has refused to retract an insult to a Johannesburg woman who claims bowler Shane Warne harassed her.
'Smith's team going for something great'
Mental guru Mike Finnigan believes Graeme Smith's class of 2003 will deliver where the South Africa teams of Kepler Wessels and Hansie Cronje failed.
Gibbs to join Durham
Durham have signed a deal with Herschelle Gibbs to bring the South African opener to the Riverside for the 2004 season.
Waugh supports Warne
Australian Test cricket captain Steve Waugh on Wednesday expressed support and sympathy for Shane Warne and his family.
Hussain says he will play on
Nasser Hussain quelled speculation that he will retire from Test cricket at the end of the season by vowing to play for England as long as the selectors need him.
England's bright new hope
Can England's Smith score a double century at Trent Bridge and become the summer's unlikely hero, asks David Hopps.
Pure theatre of the great Atherton and Donald showdown
England won last home series against South Africa after duel between immovable object and irresistible force.
Afghans receive cricket boost
The International Cricket Council (ICC) and its Asian counterpart (ACC) have commited to develop and promote cricket in Afghanistan.
Police probe into Adelaide cricket
The Adelaide Turf Cricket Association is under police investigation following `suspicious' circumstances surrounding its finances, its management said.
Broward studies cricket stadium at S.R. 7 and Sunrise
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