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Commentator, television presenter and writer
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Revenge is not the answer

Nov 2, 2012: India must play to their strengths against England, but not at the cost of forgetting their long-term goals

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India's selectors need to take the tough calls now

Oct 26, 2012: The team needs fast bowlers, and batsmen who can play fast bowling, and it needs them soon

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T20 is for the thinking cricketer

Oct 19, 2012: Bowlers have adapted to the format, which means batsmen can't rely on mindless slogging anymore

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Why everyone enjoys West Indies' win

Oct 12, 2012: Because they rarely sledge or harbour rancorous feelings towards the opposition

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Build India's T20 team around Kohli

Oct 5, 2012: They should start looking for young players who will serve them well in the next World Twenty20

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Cricket's top eight need to be challenged more

Sep 28, 2012: And for all the resources and chances they have got, Bangladesh haven't done it yet

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When will the World Twenty20 catch fire?

Sep 21, 2012: It has been a bit damp so far. Hopefully the Super Eights games, with their context, will help move things along

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The most open World Twenty20 so far

Sep 14, 2012: No home advantage, no points for familiarity with the conditions, no guesses for who could win it

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Waiting for Yuvi

Sep 7, 2012: A long-awaited comeback is at hand. How will it pan out?

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South Africa set for long spell at No. 1

Aug 31, 2012: Among the top four sides, they appear to have the best combination on and off the field. But they have to find de Villiers' best position and prepare for life after Kallis

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The man who brought thrills and hope

Aug 24, 2012: Laxman excited with his elegance, then he instilled a sense of calm. In between, he played the greatest innings by an Indian

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India's bowling cupboard is empty, not thinly stocked

Aug 17, 2012: Worse, no one seems to want to do something about it

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Rohit Sharma and the talent problem

Aug 10, 2012: It's not just about being gifted but about being able to summon that gift when needed

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India forgets its spin bowling legacy at its own peril

Aug 3, 2012: Indian spinners need to go back to the masters to learn guile, but they also need a bit of help from the administrators

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They don't make 'em like that anymore

Jul 27, 2012: In the past there were cricket teams who used to put the fear of god into opponents. Not any longer

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Who's in charge of India's resources?

Jul 13, 2012: Most sporting organisations have a system that ensures good players are not lost forever. Not Indian cricket, it would seem

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Is India a convenient bogeyman?

Jun 29, 2012: It's all too easy to lay the blame for all the game's ills at one door

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Test cricket, we have a problem

Jun 22, 2012: There's no use pretending the premier format will be able to muddle through when it's clearly in serious trouble

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A step ahead for Indian cricket

Jun 15, 2012: The restructured Ranji Trophy sounds like an improvement, but why do we still have the Duleep?

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Cricket needs an outsider's view

Jun 8, 2012: There are those in business, and other sports, who constantly innovate in order to survive and to thrive. We could learn lessons from them

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After spending 15 years in the domestic circuit, Naman Ojha is expected to make his Test debut in the third match, for which, he says, he is not facing additional pressure because of the long wait

Pujara's chance to beat his blues

After a ten-month free-fall, Cheteshwar Pujara will turn out for India once again at the traditional batting paradise that is the SSC. Can he make it count?

Why is Pujara given short shrift?

He averages better than Rohit Sharma but still has to fight for a place in the Test side, mostly because he doesn't play ODIs

Another bowling display of two halves

For the fifth time in the last year and a half, India had their opponents five down for less than 100 only to let the lower order off the hook

Resolute Pujara shines in stop-gap role

Cheteshwar Pujara's century was proof that at times in Test match play, survival need not mean mere tentativeness but the ability to wait for simpler things, like the loose ball

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