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It better be, for no business that takes its core customers for granted can survive long. If Tests go, cricket dies.


15 Apr 2010 | BY TR Vivek

Meet India-born Lisa Carprini Sthalekar, one of the most feted women cricketers in the world.


8 Apr 2010 | BY Laisram Indira

As part of its ‘Cricket for Children’ initiative, the International Cricket Council trained 24 children, ‘including child soldiers, aged 16-18’ for a week. Of the group, 18 were child soldiers.


7 Apr 2010 | BY Rahul Bhatia

Tom Moody and Kings XI Punjab are new additions to the turbulent history between Indian teams and Australian coaches.


7 Apr 2010 | BY Akshay Sawai

Steve Waugh was perhaps the greatest captain ever to step onto a cricket field. Today, he is one of cricket’s greatest philanthropists.


6 Apr 2010 | BY Akshay Sawai

Sport must make space for anger against injustice and the vagaries of fate.


6 Apr 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

Many business leaders would give an arm and a leg to possess some of the skills demonstrated by skippers at the IPL.


1 Apr 2010 | BY Sourav Majumdar

Remembering the most foolish things ever said about Tendulkar.


25 Mar 2010 | BY Manu Joseph

Since 1957, Sudhir Vaidya has been meticulously keeping a note of everything related to cricket.


25 Mar 2010 | BY Akshay Sawai

Is playing in the IPL worth jeopardising a player’s fitness and prospects for international matches?


25 Mar 2010 | BY Boria Majumdar
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