Sep 6, 2013: The board must make clear why India's Test series in South Africa has been curtailed, or everyone will be justified in assuming it was all done for one cricketer
Aug 30, 2013: While the country's cricket administration has been in turmoil, the results on the field have been heartening
Aug 23, 2013: We cannot ignore the fact that in most top cricket-playing countries Test cricket needs T20, and not the other way round
Aug 16, 2013: Give genius players like him the freedom and appreciation they desire and they'll win matches for you more often than not
Aug 9, 2013: India will be best served in Test cricket if their two allrounders bat either side of Dhoni
Jul 5, 2013: Judging by their recent form, the hosts can push for 5-0 in the Ashes. But can they be ruthless enough to do it?
Jun 28, 2013: The Champions Trophy was a coming of age; now he needs to deliver on his promise on the Test match stage
Jun 22, 2013: He's refreshing and fearless, and it will be interesting to see how he negotiates the tough period that inevitably follows a fairytale beginning
Jun 14, 2013: The unexpected conditions in England have favoured India's adventurous batting
Jun 7, 2013: Indian cricket needs solid back-room boys to lay down stringent rules, not people seeking cameras
May 31, 2013: The board must give assurance that it intends on a complete clean-up of the sordid mess Indian cricket finds itself it, or it won't be long before the government steps in
May 24, 2013: The spot-fixing controversy teaches us about the pitfalls of insecurity and of the desire to keep up with the Joneses
May 17, 2013: Out of the shattered lives of three young men caught up in allegations of fraud, newer and stronger players must emerge
May 10, 2013: As ever, the IPL has thrown up a few notable young players. Here's a look at the pick of this year's crop
May 3, 2013: Is the IPL creating strong city loyalties that are playing on the minds of away teams?
Apr 26, 2013: It will challenge commentators to get better, and give fans a choice
Apr 19, 2013: Big bats, unorthodox strokes and short boundaries can't beat a canny spinner
Apr 12, 2013: Young Indian cricketers can't afford to look at the league as the pinnacle of their cricket
Apr 5, 2013: Increasingly young players (and their parents) look at them as ways to generate returns on investment
Mar 29, 2013: Those who are interested in runs and wickets, winning and losing and nothing else in between need to be embraced if cricket is to survive and thrive
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