under cricket

A fascinating account of the Afghan cricket team’s journey to the international arena


3 Nov 2011 | BY Boria Majumdar

Who is IPL kidding? Compare it with Formula 1, and it is clear that it has generated more hype than money


9 Oct 2011 | BY Alam Srinivas

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


2 Oct 2011 | BY Boria Majumdar

The world according to a muscular man


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”


25 Aug 2011 | BY Jahnavi Sanghvi

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


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


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


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?


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


8 Jun 2011 | BY Vaibhav Vats
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