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The compelling story of Yuvraj Singh

Mar 22, 2013: How he fought cancer and came out on top after winning a World Cup is a heartwarming tale for the ages

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Australia need an understanding leadership

Mar 15, 2013: They may have chosen to be firm with their erring players, but to make them perform, the coach and captain need to be reassuring

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Is there some magic left in Sehwag yet?

Mar 8, 2013: If he has the will to continue, and the resolve to put in the hard yards, he might yet delight us again

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Madras state of mind

Mar 1, 2013: The first India-Australia Test was a hark back to old times in more ways than one

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India slight favourites but with more to lose

Feb 22, 2013: This series isn't quite like its predecessors in many ways, but it has plenty of young players who could start their journeys to becoming tomorrow's legends

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What's with India's don't-win-but-don't-lose attitude?

Feb 15, 2013: The country's cricket, at all levels, is suffering because of players' reluctance to challenge themselves

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Hail Dale

Feb 8, 2013: It's time to acknowledge that Steyn is among the all-time great fast bowlers

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Graeme Smith, colossus

Feb 1, 2013: South Africa's captain does not perhaps get as much credit for his team's current stature as he deserves

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A few silver linings for India

Jan 25, 2013: One new player and one who seems to have reinvented himself have helped redeem a horror season somewhat

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Dhoni: made for ODIs

Jan 18, 2013: It is as a one-day batsman and captain that he finds his best expression

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Why are India's home ODI squads so large?

Jan 11, 2013: Having lots of players sitting around doesn't really do anyone concerned any good

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Where is the next generation of broadcasters coming from?

Jan 5, 2013: There are not many options for youngsters looking to make a career in the field

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The Tendulkar habit

Dec 28, 2012: More than any other player, Sachin Tendulkar defined ODI cricket. To start with, he played in over half of all India's games

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It's not just Tendulkar's decision

Dec 21, 2012: Champions, even when their faculties fade, are spurred on by their self belief, which is why they often get the timing of their exit wrong

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Defeat could be good for India

Dec 13, 2012: It will force the players and those in charge of them to introspect on what has gone wrong and what needs to be done now

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Hail South Africa

Dec 7, 2012: They are the deserved world No. 1, and this may well be their best team in a generation

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England have found resolve and character

Nov 30, 2012: Their captain's second-innings hundred in Ahmedabad infused self-belief in the side. But were India complacent about their superiority on these pitches?

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The accidental opener

Nov 23, 2012: When Virender Sehwag accepted the challenge of opening in Tests, he dramatically changed the way the game was played

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A rivalry of which nostalgia is made

Nov 16, 2012: India v England may have started off as a contest between subjects and rulers, but over the years it has evolved into so much more

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Look out for KP and Sachin

Nov 9, 2012: Their particular circumstances and their manner of playing make two cricketers especially worth watching in the India-England series

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