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Minnows, it turns out, have surprised us since 1979, the second World Cup

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24 Mar 2011

One of the most contentious questions of the game is what a new target should be for a rain-shortened match. Is there a fair way to arrive at this figure?

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23 Mar 2011 | BY Tushar Menon

Watching, er, hearing Yuvraj in full flow, and a chance encounter with an autorickshaw driver who starred in Johnny Mera Naam

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4 Mar 2011 | BY Akshay Sawai

The average sports fan with no ‘connections’ has it rough in India. But he is also a lout, tempting trouble

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4 Mar 2011 | BY Akshay Sawai

The balance is good, with the batting looking strong and the bowling available in full strength. And there are more than a few match-winners

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18 Feb 2011 | BY Sourav Ganguly

That the World Cup merits importance even when the 50-over format is struggling is further proof of its prestige.

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17 Feb 2011 | BY Akshay Sawai

The odds of the game played on the other side of the ropes

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16 Feb 2011 | BY Aniruddha Bahal

Sachin’s eldest brother Nitin has just released his third book of poems

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10 Feb 2011 | BY Akshay Sawai

How does it feel to contemplate Sachin Tendulkar’s feat of 50 Test hundreds from the vantage of another gritty Indian opener who got none?

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24 Dec 2010 | BY Avirook Sen

In South Africa, India has been thoroughly walloped, with precisely one win in 12 Tests

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17 Dec 2010
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