May 2004

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The time has come for India to look beyond Sourav Ganguly and move ahead

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The end of the affair
It's been a good five years; Sourav Ganguly has played his part and his legacy as one of India's best captains is secure. The time, though, has come for India to look beyond him and move ahead. By Rahul Bhattacharya.


Rohit Brijnath on the case for Rahul Dravid

Sanjay Manjrekar on the importance of treating the injured mind

It's a wrap
Osman Samiuddin on Pakistan's fabulous win in the Bangalore Test and on how it will help Bob Woolmer cement his place as coach.


Mike Marqusee reflects on two India-Pakistan games nine years apart

The second instalment of Samiuddin's India tour diary

Goodbye, John
Rahul Dravid, Virender Sehwag, Lakshmipathy Balaji, Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Kaif bid the outgoing India coach adieu

Younis's redemption
Younis Khan has taken all that circumstance has thrown at him on the chin and come back stonger than ever. Nagraj Gollapudi met Pakistan's vice-captain at the end of his life-changing golden series in India

Kevin Superstar
Andrew Miller on the rise and rise of England's hottest new prospect


Merv Hughes in the Gleanings interview

Greg Chappell on thinking your way back into form

Ashok Malik on the proposal for the BCCI's own television channel

Time Out with Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Mukul Kesavan on why Indians love cricket

The stars of India's domestic season

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan on Railways' amazing Ranji run and what led up to it

Match coverage: Pakistan in India, New Zealand season review, South Africa in West Indies, Women's World Cup, Domestic round-up.

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