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India reached 364 all-out, in response to WICB President’s XI first-innings score of 180, on day two of the three-day practice match at St.Kitts on Friday

In their second practice match of the tour, India ended day one of the match against WICB President's XI at 93 for 3 after having bowled out the opposition for 180. Spin did most of the damage on the day as Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja

Gujarat Lions will look back at their debut IPL season with mixed results. On one hand, they should be extremely pleased with the fact that they made it to the last four in their first season itself

Gujarat Lions and Rising Pune Supergiants went into their respective second games, having won their opening matches. But, at Rajkot on Thursday, the Lions proved to be much superior to Pune

For the fourth game in a row at Canberra, India found themselves in a position to win the match, but failed to get past the finish line. And so, what could easily have been 2-2 after four games, now reads 4-0.

Results in practice games do not matter a lot. After all, they are just matches against teams with upcoming, relatively inexperienced players, allowing the visiting side to get idea about the conditions that would prevail during the main contests. In India's case though, it is not all that simple.

As 2015 draws to a close, we look back at the year that was for Indian cricket, which featured a loss in the World Cup semi-final, embarrassment in Bangladesh, and also a Test series win in Sri Lanka after 22 years. Towards the end of the year, India also brought South Africa’s nine-year unbeaten streak in Tests to an end, but not before going down in the ODIs and T20s. Here’s a flashback

India thrashed South Africa by 337 runs to clinch the four-match Test series 3-0. Here’s a look at the top performances by Indians in the Delhi Test

Amidst all the talk about pitches being unfair for batting, India proved on day two at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi that it was possible to do well with the willow even on spinning surfaces, if only batsmen applied themselves