under cricket

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


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


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.


17 Feb 2011 | BY Akshay Sawai

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


16 Feb 2011 | BY Aniruddha Bahal

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


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?


24 Dec 2010 | BY Avirook Sen

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


17 Dec 2010

It is the place where Kapil Dev hijacks Yashpal Sharma’s food in England and Australians insist on bananas with an inch-long stem


20 Oct 2010

Something makes a Laxman at half-mast even more dangerous. We see Aussie heads nodding in sober agreement


7 Oct 2010 | BY Akshay Sawai

The cricket ball is all set to change its colour, starting with the Karnataka Premier League. 


16 Sep 2010 | BY Anil Budur Lulla
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