India’s captain Virat Kohli celebrates the dismissal of West Indies’ captain Jason Holder during the  Cricket World Cup match at Old Trafford. Photograph. Photo: Dibyangshu Sarkar/AFP/Getty Images

Old Trafford: India 268-7 (50 ovs) (V Kohli 72, MS Dhoni 56no, KL Rahul 48, H Pandya 46; K Roach 3-36, J Holder 2-33, S Cottrell2-50), West Indies 143(...)

Shikhar Dhawan scored a century as India chased down Ireland’s 259 for the loss of just two wickets. Photograph: Hannah Peters/Getty Images

India’s imperious start to the World Cup continued with a comfortable eight-wicket win over Ireland in their Pool B encounter at Seddon Park in Hamilt(...)

India batsman Shikhar Dhawan raises his bat   to celebrate reaching his century during the Cricket World Cup match against South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph: Brandon Malone/Reuters

India announced themselves as genuine contenders to defend their World Cup title on Sunday by humbling South Africa’s vaunted pace attack before bowli(...)

Members of India’s cricket team celebrate after  Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal was given out after a review  during the World Cup Pool B game at the Adelaide Oval. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters

Virat Kohli scored an imperious century as India opened their World Cup defence in convincing fashion with a 76-run victory over Pakistan in a frenzie(...)

A small number of fans wait in hope for the rain to stop and play to begin during the One Day International cricket match between Australia and India in Sydney. Photograph: Craig Golding/Getty Images

India’s hopes of reaching the final of the Tri-Series remain alive after their one-day international against Australia was abandoned after just 16 ove(...)

Indian captain Virat Kohli celebrates his century on day three of the fourth Test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground

Virat Kohli became the first man ever to make three Test centuries in his first three innings as captain and Lokesh Rahul made the first of his career(...)

England’s Stuart Broad (centre) rues a dropped catch off India’s MS Dhoni (right) during day two of the first Investec test match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. Photograph: Nigel French/PA Wire.

England’s frustrations continued at Trent Bridge as an unbroken last-wicket stand of 87 took India well past 400 by tea on day two of the Investec Tes(...)