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The BCCI owes people an explanation

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

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India progresses amid chaos

Aug 30, 2013: While the country's cricket administration has been in turmoil, the results on the field have been heartening

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Test cricket needs strong local economies

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

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How to handle Pietersen

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

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Send Jadeja in higher

Aug 9, 2013: India will be best served in Test cricket if their two allrounders bat either side of Dhoni

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Can England do an Australia?

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?

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Can Jadeja step up (again)?

Jun 28, 2013: The Champions Trophy was a coming of age; now he needs to deliver on his promise on the Test match stage

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The contemporary style of Shikhar Dhawan

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

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Why India have had success in this Champions Trophy

Jun 14, 2013: The unexpected conditions in England have favoured India's adventurous batting

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A need for governance and systems

Jun 7, 2013: Indian cricket needs solid back-room boys to lay down stringent rules, not people seeking cameras

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The BCCI must do right by the fans

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

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A time for sadness and fear

May 24, 2013: The spot-fixing controversy teaches us about the pitfalls of insecurity and of the desire to keep up with the Joneses

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A time for anger, a time for action

May 17, 2013: Out of the shattered lives of three young men caught up in allegations of fraud, newer and stronger players must emerge

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Three to watch

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

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The curious case of home advantage

May 3, 2013: Is the IPL creating strong city loyalties that are playing on the minds of away teams?

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Give viewers the no-commentary option

Apr 26, 2013: It will challenge commentators to get better, and give fans a choice

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Spinners alive and kicking in T20

Apr 19, 2013: Big bats, unorthodox strokes and short boundaries can't beat a canny spinner

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Why the IPL can't be much more than a launch pad

Apr 12, 2013: Young Indian cricketers can't afford to look at the league as the pinnacle of their cricket

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The problem with Indian cricket academies

Apr 5, 2013: Increasingly young players (and their parents) look at them as ways to generate returns on investment

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Cricket can't afford to be snobbish about its followers

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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