The twilight report: How the pink ball fared

The first day-night Test in India was also the shortest ever played in the country. Here's what we learned from it.


Kohli open to pink-ball Test against Australia

India's captain wants adequate preparation before jumping into the challenge of a day-night Test on tour


India Tests home season review

India finish a relatively smaller home season of five Tests with most things in place


Kohli suggests alternating between home and away series in WTC

The India captain also suggests crowd interaction could help boost the image of Test cricket in the country


Cricket grapples with concussion protocol after Rahim and Mithun blows

It often happens that a batsman chooses to play on after being hit, but that is not a good thing


This match will ‘boost’ Test cricket – Pujara

He also said "batting under lights was difficult" on the first day which prompted India to declare before tea on…


Ishant Sharma reveals secret to his red-hot form

"Earlier I used to put pressure on myself about performing. Now I don't think too much about those things"


The Saha masterclass on keeping against a swinging pink ball

In the first session, Saha probably had to contend with more swing than any batsman, but he aced that challenge


Commitment from BCCI, players has kept Test cricket on top in India – Kohli

The Indian captain pointed at the incentivised contracts for Test-only players, and how well they in turn had responded…


Virat Kohli on pink-ball change of heart

The team agreed to play the day-night Test in Kolkata because "we had been talking about it for a while"


Green jerseys throng Kolkata in build-up to pink-ball Test

At least 5000 Bangladeshi fans have travelled across the border to witness the historic match


Less chance of reverse swing with pink ball – Wriddhiman Saha

India's wicketkeeper also felt visibility may be an issue for the slip cordon