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India's selection challenges

Plan now for 2011

Oct 26, 2007: Former India selector VB Chandrasekhar on the challenges before the committee that will pick the team for the Pakistan one-dayers

VB Chandrasekhar

Constitution review under the spotlight

USACA's legerdemain fails to impress stakeholders

Oct 22, 2007: Deb K Das looks at a not-so-new new USA Cricket Association constitution

Deb K Das

India v Australia, 6th ODI, Nagpur

Symonds delivers knockout punch

Oct 14, 2007: With one game left, a 4-1 lead to Australia and 365 runs to his name, Symonds has achieved his objectives this tour

Brydon Coverdale

India v Australia, 5th ODI, Vadodara

Johnson peaks at perfect time

Oct 11, 2007: Mitchell Johnson confirms he is a star on the rise with his maiden five-wicket haul in ODIs

Brydon Coverdale

Darrell Hair tribunal

A long road back

Oct 9, 2007: Ivo Tennant assess the fall-out to Darrell Hair's employment tribunal after it came to an abrupt end as the umpire dropped his case against the ICC

Ivo Tennant in London

Mumbai v Rest of India, Irani Trophy, 4th day

Beaten at their own game

Oct 9, 2007: Mumbai were beaten at their own game when the Rest of India tailenders hung on and gave their side a marginal first-innings lead

Sidharth Monga in Rajkot

Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd Test, Lahore

Spinning with a smile

Oct 8, 2007: Osman Samiuddin salutes the opening day efforts of Danish Kaneria at Lahore as he gave Pakistan a chance of levelling the series

Osman Samiuddin in Lahore

Marvan Atapattu interview

I have no respect for the selectors - Atapattu

Oct 7, 2007: Marvan Atapattu talks about his current exile from the national team and says he has lost his respect for the national selectors

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

India v Australia, 4th ODI, Chandigarh

India must attack as a unit

Oct 6, 2007: George Binoy assess India's lack of partnerships during the one-day series against Australia and says they must bat as a team to get themselves back into the contest

George Binoy in Chandigarh

Darrell Hair tribunal, 4th day

No-shows, shaky recall and bombast

Oct 4, 2007: Ivo Tennant reports that the fourth day of the Darrell Hair tribunal is more about who wasn't there than who was

Ivo Tennant in London

Darrell Hair tribunal, 3rd day

Reverse swinging in the court

Oct 4, 2007: Ivo Tennant listens in as Darrell Hair explains reverse-swing

Ivo Tennant in London

Darrell Hair tribunal, 2nd day

A legal joust

Oct 2, 2007: Ivo Tennant looks at the men conducting the cross-examinations in the Darrell Hair hearing

Ivo Tennant in London

India v Australia, 2nd ODI, Kochi

India blinded by Twenty20 vision

Oct 2, 2007: India once again lacked the intensity over 50 overs, batting and bowling, and let off Australia when they had the upper hand

Jamie Alter in Kochi

India v Australia, 2nd ODI, Kochi

Haddin no longer just a back-up

Oct 2, 2007: Brad Haddin's impressive performance in the last two ODIs indicate he's ready to step in when Adam Gilchrist retires

Brydon Coverdale

India v Australia, 2nd ODI, Kochi

Rain could ruin rotation policy

Oct 1, 2007: India have 11 more matches to test out their bench strength but just how far will they go?

Jamie Alter in Kochi

India v Australia, 1st ODI, Bangalore

Clarke delivers a statement of intent

Sep 29, 2007: Michael Clarke's second hundred in as many matches here bailed Australia out of danger and prevented India from killing off the opposition from a position of advantage

Jamie Alter in Bangalore

World Twenty20 triumph offers a blueprint for success

A brave new India

Sep 25, 2007: With proper planning, India can ensure that the momentum gained by winning the World Twenty20 takes them a long way

S Rajesh in Johannesburg

England domestic season 2007 review

Thrilling in the rain

Sep 25, 2007: Andrew McGlashan reviews England's 2007 domestic season

Andrew McGlashan

India v Pakistan, ICC World Twenty20 final, Johannesburg

Holding their nerves did the trick

Sep 24, 2007: S Rajesh reviews India's performance in the ICC World Twenty20 that they won beating Pakistan in final by five runs

S Rajesh in Johannesburg

India v Pakistan, ICC World Twenty20 final, Johannesburg

Pakistan must look to the future

Sep 24, 2007: Andrew McGlashan reviews Pakistan performance in the tournament after their thrilling encounter against India in the final where they fell short by five runs

Andrew McGlashan in Johannesburg
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Tales of a dashing airman-cricketer in wartime, from a lady who knew him then. By Alan Butcher

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    A decade of Mushfiqur

His selection at 18 was viewed as a gamble but he has repaid that faith with his consistency over ten years, a rarity for a Bangladesh player

Playing alongside Adam Sanford

Eleven Tests and 30 wickets for West Indies, and a stand at Windsor Park named after him. And he now plays club cricket in the USA. By Scott Oliver

That England, this England

Liam Cromar watches England take on New Zealand from the Edrich Upper Stand at Lord's 11 summers apart, and can't help drawing parallels

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