10 Oct 2015
Kanpur: Notwithstanding criticism for making Ajinkya Rahane warm benches, Indian skipper MS Dhoni today hinted that the talented batsman may not feature in the playing eleven for the first ODI against South Africa as he fits into the setup only in the 'top three' batting slots.
15 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Indian cricketer Ajinkya Rahane donated Rs 5 lakh to help the Maharashtra government towards drought relief for the Chief Minister's fund.
11 Sep 2015
Mumbai: Unfazed by the growing debate over the most suitable batting slot for him in the Test line-up, his customary number 5 or one-down where he batted in the last two Tests in Sri Lanka, Ajinkya Rahane says he relishes to bat outside his comfort zone.
18 Sep 2015
Mumbai: Cricket Club of India (CCI) today conferred honorary life membership on India's middle-order batting mainstay Ajinkya Rahane here.
04 Sep 2015
Mumbai: Joining the debate over Ajinkya Rahane's batting order in Tests, former India captain Rahul Dravid said today he prefers his one-time Rajasthan Royals teammate to bat at no. 5 and not one-down, a position he was sent in the last two Tests in Sri Lanka recently.
05 Sep 2015
Mumbai: India's middle-order mainstay Ajinkya Rahane today promised that the team's batsmen would put up a much more impressive display against spinners in the coming four-Test series against South Africa than they had in the last few rubbers.
15 Aug 2015
Galle: Pleased with his world record feat of eight catches in a Test match, Ajinkya Rahane today credited former India skipper Rahul Dravid for guiding him on slip catching and overall fielding.
24 Aug 2015
Colombo: Indian batsman Ajinkya Rahane today said that his team will have to bowl with a lot of patience on fifth day tomorrow in their pursuit of victory in the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka here.
14 Aug 2015
Galle: India's Ajinkya Rahane today became the first fielder in Test history to take eight catches, achieving the feat in the ongoing first cricket match against Sri Lanka here today.
01 Jul 2015
Mumbai: Ajinkya Rahane admits he was stunned to be named India captain for their upcoming Zimbabwe series, after being dropped just a week earlier, and while he plans to draw inspiration from past skippers he also wants to make his own mark on the team.