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Who draws up India's schedules?

Oct 29, 2010: It's good that the top players are going to get to South Africa early, but why can't there have been a little more time between the first Test of that series and the last game of the New Zealand one?

Harsha Bhogle

Three for tomorrow

Oct 22, 2010: Raina, Kohli and Pujara still have rough edges, but in Dravid, Tendulkar and Laxman, they have some of the best teachers and guides around

Harsha Bhogle

Australia find the boot on the other foot

Oct 15, 2010: In this series a once all-conquering side found themselves being presented with questions they had often asked of others in the past

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Always the artist, never the superstar

Oct 8, 2010: VVS Laxman inhabits a world of his own, an era of old-time virtue that we are reminded of all too infrequently these days

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Four Tests should be the minimum

Oct 1, 2010: You need a full series to determine which team is the better of the two. In the case of India v Australia, we need to be grateful for two Tests even

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Pakistan must join the fight against match-fixing

Sep 24, 2010: If players need to be made an example of and kicked out of the game, so be it

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Why are India a poor fielding side?

Sep 17, 2010: Fielding is more important in cricket than ever, as the game gets shorter, but India lag behind as they always have done

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Time for the unknowns to shine

Sep 10, 2010: The Champions League offers a world stage to those who never thought they'd get one. Let's hope we can enjoy a clean tournament

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It could happen in India as well

Sep 3, 2010: Corruption is not Pakistan's sole preserve, quick money threatens to lure young cricketers elsewhere too

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Cricket can't afford meaningless games

Aug 27, 2010: The game cannot risk alienating audiences with irrelevant matches

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The importance of Kumble

Aug 20, 2010: To deal with fame, complacency and laziness, young cricketers need to be willing themselves, and the BCCI proactive. The likes of Anil Kumble can help, and corporate India may have solutions to offer

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Who'll play at No.7 for India?

Aug 13, 2010: Six months away from the World Cup, India are no closer to finding the elusive allrounder for a vital spot in the order

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Gavaskar v Sehwag

Aug 6, 2010: What if two greats of Indian cricket were to bat together? One thing is for sure: they'd do things their way

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Thank god for England v Pakistan

Jul 30, 2010: Tired of dead pitches, run gluts and off-field stories full of legalese? Here are two teams: one bursting with young talent and the other, willingness to engage in battle

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The case of the missing teeth

Jul 23, 2010: With a bowling line-up like the one they have at the moment, India look anything but the No. 1 team they supposedly are

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Whose responsibilty is the UDRS?

Jul 16, 2010: If the review system is an ICC regulation, why are teams allowed to decide on its usage?

Harsha Bhogle

Murali calls it right

Jul 9, 2010: He is a once-in-a-lifetime cricketer, who did things nobody else on the planet could, but now his aura is fading

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Have power, will manipulate

Jul 2, 2010: That's how the world and its leaders work. But it would be nice if India took the lead in governing the game well

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Where are India's bowlers?

Jun 25, 2010: Test cricket is back on the team's radar, but there aren't too many partners for Zaheer Khan

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What do we replace ODIs with?

Jun 18, 2010: It's time to review the 50-over format, but it isn't quite clear what to bring in in its place

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