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Former India batsman; now a cricket commentator and presenter on TV
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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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    Still plenty of ifs for Butt

Rob Steen: Salman Butt insists players should refrain from "wrongdoing" but that shouldn't gain him back the trust of those he duped

Outside the Grace Gate

Shot Selection: You think MCC members have it easy when it comes to watching a Test at Lord's? Think again

Drowned out by the hype machine

Sharda Ugra: A lot has gone wrong with the Indian T20 league but as its seventh season begins, everything will be brushed everything aside like nothing is amiss

    Notes from a Dutch adventure

Netherlands coach Anton Roux looks back on their incredible wins in the World T20, late-night bonding, and pizza intake

A measure for batting and bowling effectiveness in T20

Kartikeya Date: Strike rates and economy rates do not quite tell the whole story. Here's a new standard

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UAE all set to host lavish welcoming party

The controversy surrounding the IPL has done little to deter fans in UAE from flocking the stadiums, as they gear up to watch the Indian stars in action for the first time since 2006

Attention on Yuvraj, Gambhir in IPL 2014

ESPNcricinfo picks five players for whom this IPL is of bigger significance

Stars greeted by Colombo revelry

Thousands flocked the streets and the airport to get a glimpse of their heroes in what was probably the grandest public occasion since the end of the war eased bomb-blast fears

India: cricket's Brazil

It's difficult to beat a huge talent base exposed to good facilities, and possessed of a long history of competing as a nation

Fifty for the pantheon

What if you had to narrow all of cricket greatness down to 50 names?

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