Aug 8, 2011: Is he ready to take his place alongside team-mates Tendulkar and Dravid in the pantheon?
Jul 7, 2011: Test cricket must be played to thrill. The attritional variety on show in the West Indies-India series isn't quite the ticket
May 23, 2011: Our chaotic game has had a long history in two famously orderly states
Apr 13, 2011: How about getting players of Indian origin from across the world together into a team to play India?
Feb 24, 2011: India seems to have had more than its fair share of talented cricketers whom fortune did not favour
Jan 13, 2011: Is there something in the national character that makes young talents taper away unfulfilled? That ensures brilliance is too easily satisfied?
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