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Amit Varma, a former managing editor of Cricinfo in India, now writes on economics and politics.
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Who will pay the GCC?

Jun 12, 2003: The 2003 cricket World Cup was as much about political controversy as about sport - and while the cricket is long over, the boardroom warfare lingers on

Wisden Comment by Amit Varma

Rafique steals the show

May 2, 2003: Rain washed out the morning session, and the rest of the day was a dampener

Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

Adams five-for puts South Africa on top

Apr 24, 2003: In the end, it was a disappointingly typical first day of a Bangladesh Test match

Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

Rain forces TVS Cup to be shared

Apr 21, 2003: For the second time in three finals, India waited in the pavilion as the rain pummelled down and washed out the game.

Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

Rain forces final to be postponed

Apr 20, 2003: For their second final in three tournaments, the Indians watched it pour down...

Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

Rudolph anchors South Africa to victory

Apr 17, 2003: Bangladesh fought bravely, but were no match for a South African team that is gradually getting its act together

Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

Bangladesh are learning to fight again

Apr 16, 2003: A 35th consecutive defeat seems no occasion to be positive about Bangladesh

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The contracts crisis

A conflict of interests

Jan 15, 2003: A dummies guide to India's contracts crisis

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Unofficial Test

South Africa v India

2003: At Centurion, November 23, 24, 25, 26, 27

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The variations of Kumble

Anil's day

Oct 17, 2002: On his 32nd birthday, Anil Kumble gave India yet another gift, with a classy haul of 5 for 30 in 23.3 overs

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West Indies await the nightmare called Chepauk

Sachin's paradise

Oct 16, 2002: The last place West Indies would want to play their next, crucial Test would have been the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai

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These dangerous times we live in

Terror, and the game we love

Jun 1, 2002: Sport and Terrorism first came together in the Munich Olympics of 1972, when 11 Israeli athletes were first kidnapped, then killed, by a Palistinean terrorist group called Black September

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February 2002: Scorebook - Domestic round-up

Limited overs, lots of fun

Feb 1, 2002: Loads of one-dayers at the domestic level. Amit Varma checks out the action

Loads of one-dayers at the domestic level. Amit Varma checks out the action

February 2002: Features

Keep the faith

Feb 1, 2002: Rahul Dravid has it in him to be one of the all-time greats, says Amit Varma

Rahul Dravid has it in him to be one of the all-time greats, says Amit Varma

January 2002: Features - Best of 2001

Grittiest comeback

Jan 1, 2002: Made to open, Justin Langer made history. By Amit Varma

Justin Langer did well to fit easily into his new role as an opener. By Amit Varma

January 2002: Features - Best of 2001

Best supporting act

Jan 1, 2002: Amit Varma watches the invisible Rahul Dravid labour in the shadows of VVS Laxman

Amit Varma watches India's go-to man labour in the shadows

January 2002: Scorebook - Domestic round-up

Of keepers, openers and other things

Jan 1, 2002: The stars of tomorrow are playing Ranji Trophy today. Amit Varma contemplates the action thus far

The stars of tomorrow are playing Ranji Trophy today. Amit Varma contemplates the action thus far

January 2002: Scorebook - Sri Lanka v West Indies 3rd Test

A sense of wonder

Jan 1, 2002: Lara and Vaas light up a southern sky. By Amit Varma

Lara and Vaas light up a southern sky. By Amit Varma

January 2002: Scorebook - India v England 1st Test

Home sweet home

Jan 1, 2002: Back at home, and back to winning ways. Big deal, says Amit Varma

Back at home and back to winning ways. Big deal, says Amit Varma

January 2002: Openers

'A naala ran through it'

Jan 1, 2002: Daljit Singh is the man behind Mohali, India's best cricket ground. Amit Varma gets on the pitch with him

Daljit Singh is the man behind Mohali, India’s best cricket ground. Amit Varma gets on the pitch with him.
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