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Quotes of the year

Enthusiastic in-laws and Ashes slugfests

Dec 23, 2013: This year we realised that administrators say the darnedest things and that cricketers can sometimes be funny

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Quotes of the year

Muesli, murder, and Martian visitors

Dec 27, 2012: Who said what and about whom: the agony of being KP, talking stumps, hamburger-stopping, and more

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Timeline 1

Goodbye Rahul, hello Captain Pup

Dec 24, 2012: The first quarter of 2012 had whitewashes, record defeats, and a goodbye to India's greatest No. 3

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Tribute

An elegy for Peter Roebuck

Nov 12, 2012: It has been a year since Peter Roebuck committed suicide in South Africa

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Timeline 2

Bradman's last to Tendulkar's 50th

Jul 10, 2011: A look at Test cricket's milestones from the second half of the last century and the first decade of this one

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Don't win it for Sachin

Feb 21, 2011: It's not just about Tendulkar. Here's a list of people and causes India can win the World Cup for

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Indian domestic cricket

Ranji in the times of IPL

Nov 2, 2010: India’s real premier league - the Ranji Trophy - started yesterday with no fans, and no fanfare, writes Kunal Pradhan in the Mirror .

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Excusez moi

Aug 23, 2010: Dog ate your homework? Surely you can do a little better than that

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New Zealand v Australia, Women's World Twenty20 final, Barbados

Teams battle for their first Twenty20 trophy

May 15, 2010: The men's World Twenty20 final is a match-up of long-standing adversaries and so is the women's

The Preview by Nishi Narayanan

ICC Women's World Twenty20 2010

A test of sustainability for the women's game

May 4, 2010: After encouraging signs and a cricket-filled 2009, the women once again join the men at the World Twenty20 - a tournament that will be another test of the sustainability of the women's game

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The seven plagues of the IPL

Mar 29, 2010: We've had moths and dogs. Here are some entertaining disruptions we'd like to see this season. Note: contains a Tendulkar tantrum

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Katherine Brunt

'I want to be the No. 1 bowler in the world'

Mar 8, 2010: Katherine Brunt nearly gave up on cricket before deciding to persevere on. She may not be the fastest but who needs speed when you've got wickets to show?

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I'll take Dubai

Mar 8, 2010: Ten world leaders (and one rock star) and what they'd have brought to the ICC's top role

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England v India, 2nd women's ODI, Bangalore

Raj praises England fielding

Feb 21, 2010: Mithali Raj, who nearly took the game away from England with her unbeaten 91, gave credit to the visitors for holding their nerve during the final overs of the chase

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India v England, 1st women's ODI, Bangalore

Edwards disappointed by poor batting

Feb 19, 2010: England lost their last six wickets for 19 runs and Charlotte Edwards said she was bitterly disappointed with the batting display and hoped the side would bounce for the second game

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Don't retire, be clever

Feb 19, 2010: Too many players are quitting Tests to extend their career. Not cool. Here are a dozen ways to keep your whites while being injury- and stress-free

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England women in India 2010

England aim to scale final frontier

Feb 18, 2010: The series is evenly poised: India, a team that is struggling to click but has home advantage, against a dominant England side out to improve its record in India

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Shane Bond

'I'd have loved to play in the underarm game'

Feb 17, 2010: The New Zealand quick on what he'll do with his IPL money, his first TV advertisement, and whether he'd ever return to Test cricket

Interview by Nishi Narayanan

Indian cricket

Amarnath looks back on his career

Dec 6, 2009: Mohinder Amarnath was given the Lifetime Achievement award for his services to the game by the Indian board

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South African cricket

Ntini flies the flag for the Rainbow Nation

Dec 6, 2009: Makhaya Ntini, the first ethnic black cricketer to play for South Africa, is set to play his 100th Test next week and today the team is genuinely living up to South Africa's aspirational slogan, 'the Rainbow Nation'

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