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Here's to Yuvraj 2.0

Jun 11, 2010: He needs a spot of self-assessment and to make sure cricket is the most important thing in his life again

Harsha Bhogle

Who's mentoring the players?

Jun 4, 2010: Young cricketers often need someone around to remind them of why they started playing the game

Harsha Bhogle

Shape up or ship out

May 28, 2010: Plenty of frontline Indian players have serious work to do in the off season, none more than two who have let themselves go to seed

Harsha Bhogle

What players owe their fans

May 22, 2010: Cricketers must realise that being likeable is important, and their followers should learn the limits of how much their fandom entitled them to

Harsha Bhogle

Three reasons why India failed

May 14, 2010: Their new-ball bowling lacked spark, the fielding was shoddy, and they were clueless against bounce

Harsha Bhogle

Go figure it out yourself

May 7, 2010: By mollycoddling their charges and telling them how to fix each problem, coaches end up creating players who can't think or act for themselves. Is that what has happened to RP Singh and Ishant Sharma?

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To the fearless the spoils

Apr 30, 2010: Teams that tried to be defensive were shown up in the IPL. That should be a lesson for the World Twenty20

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The importance of being clean

Apr 23, 2010: The BCCI needs to appoint an independent regulatory body for the IPL, with the power to demand compliance

Harsha Bhogle

Get off the front page

Apr 16, 2010: The latest financial scandal could discredit the league and take away from the good that it has done by giving young players the chance to share the spotlight with the stars

Harsha Bhogle

Gambhir got a raw deal

Apr 9, 2010: Reprimanding players for honest observations will just lead to more boring, vanilla statements than we already get

Harsha Bhogle

Tendulkar's golden captaincy run

Apr 2, 2010: The Mumbai Indians captain is backing youngsters and using Malinga and McLaren intelligently; but his side must be cautious of peaking early

Harsha Bhogle

A team for the World Twenty20

Mar 26, 2010: Who should India pick? Here's a likely XI

Harsha Bhogle

All hail the old guns

Mar 19, 2010: Kallis and Tendulkar have shown that classical virtues still have a place in the IPL

Harsha Bhogle

Three captains and one bat

Mar 12, 2010: Pakistan's latest saga, and things to look forward to in the IPL

Harsha Bhogle

Bring on the IPL

Mar 5, 2010: The third season promises innovations, drama and entertainers

Harsha Bhogle

Tendulkar's glory untouched by fame

Feb 26, 2010: Tendulkar has given an adoring nation everything it has asked for and still managed to keep his game and his ambitions pure

Harsha Bhogle

Cricket in the time of terror

Feb 19, 2010: Security threats are a reality for Indian sporting events today. The IPL must pull through and emerge successful for the sake of the fans

Harsha Bhogle

The curious cases of Raina and Saha

Feb 12, 2010: One is yet to prove his first-class credentials, the other did not get a chance to prove his skills behind the stumps in Nagpur

Harsha Bhogle

The rebel who could be king, and a rule whose time may be up

Feb 5, 2010: Why Afridi may be the captain Pakistan needs, and why the case against ball-tampering may not be as strong as some of us think

Harsha Bhogle

The future looks rosy for Bangladesh

Jan 29, 2010: They have a good allrounder who could be their permanent captain and they have talent sprinkled through the team but need a solid No. 3, a fit Mortaza and better out-cricket

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