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Former India batsman; now a cricket commentator and presenter on TV
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The truth about 'unlucky' Ishant

Jan 11, 2012: He is known to work hard on the field but not get the wickets he seemingly deserves. Harsh but true: it's because he doesn't bowl enough wicket-taking balls

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In praise of the natural game

Dec 19, 2011: Injuries in cricket aren't only because of a heavy workload. There's also something wrong with how young players are being coached

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Harbhajan's injured? Go figure

Dec 5, 2011: Would his condition have come to light if he had been picked for the Australia tour? And why does the BCCI manage player injuries so poorly?

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No DRS, no drama

Nov 14, 2011: The Kotla Test showed that decisions unaided by technology don't always spell disaster, nor are they a mark of old-fashioned, rigid values

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India needs to get bums on seats

Nov 2, 2011: The poor turnouts, now even for ODIs, are worrying, and those with a stake in the game cannot sit back thinking TV rights will take care of everything

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A bold move to drop Harbhajan

Oct 4, 2011: By axeing an underperforming senior player and favouring youth, India's selectors have shown they have learnt from the mistakes they made before the England tour

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Let Kumble take charge of the Indian team

Sep 1, 2011: The BCCI needs to consider giving a three-member body, with Kumble as its head, complete responsibility for the side

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A few urgent repairs

Aug 23, 2011: India need to take a long, hard look at themselves, starting with the bowling

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What's luck got to do with injury?

Aug 4, 2011: When a player walks off the field injured, we tend to sympathise. We need to pause to think if he is culpable

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Dravid and the art of defence

Jun 28, 2011: India's No. 3 is a living testament to the idea that you need application and will more than talent to succeed in sport

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How the helmet turned cricket on its head

May 19, 2011: Today's cricketers don't quake in their boots at the sight of a speeding ball aimed at them. And that's a good thing

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Thank god for the IPL

Apr 23, 2011: It's a retirement plan for players who struggle to make a living after their careers end

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Watch out for vintage batsmen

Feb 19, 2011: Now that these technically sound players have freed up their batting via Twenty20, we can expect some sizzling innings from them in the World Cup

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Frozen at 18

Dec 21, 2010: Tendulkar has stayed on top for so long because his mind remains young and cricket remains an obsession for him

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The perfect man for the job

Nov 4, 2010: Anil Kumble is a born leader who likes to roll his sleeves up and get involved. His decision to contest the KSCA elections could be a stepping stone for bigger roles in Indian cricket administration

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The problems with India's young batsmen

Sep 3, 2010: Some pull to make a statement, one pushes meekly. One's feet resemble Johhnie Walker's, another needs to stop resembling others

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What being 'rested' really means in Indian cricket

Time to focus on the team

Oct 28, 2007: If Dravid's exclusion from the one-day squad is part of a process with a clear vision, then it will make some sense, for it is critical that the process must continue without compromise

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