Samuels stars in easy WI win
Broad injury concern for World T20
Collingwood's aggressive outlook
Root set to miss World T20
WI persist with World T20 squad
England survive Ramdin scare
Bopara, Broad survive tricky chase
Bell answers England SOS
Bravo and Sammy inspire WI win
Gibson not ruling out England job
Three West Indians set to be knighted
Root ton but England made to work
Wright faces grilling from fans
Gayle to miss England ODIs
Broad 'not deeply involved' in KP axe
I always needed KP - Collingwood
England call up coach Collingwood
Parry screams into spin reckoning
Cook to miss WI one-dayers
'The statistics are what stand out for me'
Why does Shane Watson visit ESPNcricinfo? To look up Richards, Botham, Lillee and others
'We were burning through a million dollars a month'
In part two of his account of Cricinfo's first decade, Badri Seshadri looks at how the site changed hands during the dotcom boom
A bot called Cricinfo
Badri Seshadri, one of the site's founders, looks back at its origins and evolution over a memorable first decade
My life with the beast that never sleeps
The site is an all-consuming endeavour. By David Hopps
'I plan my diary through Cricinfo'
Shane Warne, Devon Malcolm and John Emburey talk about why they spend time on the site
The wizard Elz
Twenty-two years ago an Australian computer programmer pioneered online text commentary for cricket matches. By Siddhartha Vaidyanathan
A media role model
ESPNcricinfo's geographically customised homepages offer a pointer to a trend that just might be the redemption of print. By Rob Steen
A decades-long obsession
For one long-time user, ESPNcricinfo remains a testament to the power of fandom. By Samir Chopra
'It's my go-to to find out everything'
Mahela Jayawardene, Ian Bell, Damien Martyn and Alex Tudor talk about how and why they spend time on ESPNcricinfo
Sidharth Monga: Twenty years ago things were different in the country that had only started out on the road towards becoming cricket's economic powerhouse
'Domestic scores got me hooked on to Cricinfo'
Rahul Dravid first logged on while playing for Karnataka, and has been a fan since
The way we were
For cricket journalists, life in the pre-Cricinfo age was no picnic, but it wasn't all drudgery either. By Sharda Ugra
How good is MS Dhoni?
Sanjay Manjrekar, Harsha Bhogle, Sambit Bal and Prakash Iyer talk about the leadership skills and style of India's captain
Cricinfo's own World Cup
The 2000 women's tournament was a watershed, thanks in no small part to one website. By Raf Nicholson
'Cricinfo is part of my cricketing life'
John Wright talks about how he graduated from using a radio to keep abreast of the scores
A fan's notes
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan tells of first coming across the site, going on to work for it, and going back to becoming an ordinary reader again
In praise of Statsguru
Could the world live without ESPNcricinfo's stats-spewing thingummybob, Andy Zaltzman asks
An enduring love story
ESPNcricinfo turns 20 this year. Sambit Bal on the pioneering spirit and inclusiveness that made it an essential part of cricket's fabric
The site that turned into a description
Iain O'Brien on why a cricketer's relationship with ESPNcricinfo endures beyond his playing career
One night in 1996
Ball-by-ball text commentary, the core of ESPNcricinfo's offering, was born out of adversity during the sixth World Cup. Vishal Misra was there
Yes you are, so as a great custodian you initiated underarm bowling by Trevor against NZ. Some custodian!!
All of us, irrespective of our status in our respective fields, should learn something from the politico-economic history of the world. All "Administrated Economies" gradually waned, and ultimately perished. Or, in the throes of that declining process. Marxist concept of egalitarianism and equitable distribution of wealth (often, it turned out to be, of poverty) never worked in the long run. Powerful global leaders like Comrade Stalin or Comrade Mao could not make it work.
The only logic which worked so far is the one of "Open Market Mechanism". The "efficient market theory" says that the most efficient one in coping with the nuances of the market is the ultimate winner. That is the power-politics-economics equivalent of Darwinism -- to paraphrase Darwin "the struggle for survival and the success of the fittest"
Earlier we accept this doctrine; better for all of us. Then all of us (in this particular case, all cricket boards) will work harder, efficiently, and effectively.
I think the game should be played fairly and all the boards should play important role.Why Pakistan players are ignored in IPL, its simple they are the better player in sub-continent conditions so Indian players heroship can be damaged..
India (IPL) pays 10 Times more than what Aus/Eng would pay. So for stars like Kevin/Ponting/Andrew Symonds/Hussey/Gilchrist IPL is first choice.Simple fact. If fans are interested in watching test cricket. It will survive or else it will die. Again it is simple fact. No action is needed. When something turns into worse, it will automatically get corrected.
Make this man the President of the I.C.C.