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Shoaib Akhtar’s autobiography is a bitter man’s rant against his more accomplished peers

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2 Oct 2011 | BY Boria Majumdar

The world according to a muscular man

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28 Sep 2011 | BY Manu Joseph

“The father of one of the best IPL players we have had was a well-known bookie. The son had to lose many times for his father”

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25 Aug 2011 | BY Jahnavi Sanghvi

India’s bitter humiliation in England raises serious questions about the priorities of our cricketing establishment

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18 Aug 2011 | BY Boria Majumdar

The English media has an unmatched talent for hyperbole. And when they are in the zone, even bald facts can take a ride

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3 Aug 2011 | BY Boria Majumdar

When crowd support in England is with India, it’s not just that the home team has lost its notional home advantage. It rankles at some deeper level

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20 Jul 2011 | BY Boria Majumdar

India, the new world champions, took to the field for the first time after their World Cup triumph, but why didn’t anybody care?

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23 Jun 2011 | BY Vaibhav Vats

As the IPL comes off its worst ever season, the answers lie in its journey since the glitzy debut in 2008

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8 Jun 2011 | BY Vaibhav Vats

How cricket died for me that day 25 years ago

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7 Apr 2011 | BY Rahul Pandita

India’s cricket celebrations may have drowned out charges of the Maratha strongman’s links with the 2G scam accused. But for how long?

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7 Apr 2011 | BY Haima Deshpande
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