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Classic cricket books aren't all ancient

Nov 24, 2012: The best cricket writing didn't end with Fingleton, Arlott and CLR James. Today's writers have tackled difficult topics the old masters couldn't

Suresh Menon

Fawad Ahmed's hard road to acceptance

Nov 19, 2012: The Pakistan-born legspinner Fawad Ahmed has been granted asylum in Australia. That could be just the beginning of his cricketing journey

Firdose Moonda

A new Astle. A new Vettori?

Nov 16, 2012: Canterbury's legspinning allrounder Todd Astle may be the one to fill those big shoes

Andrew Alderson

Lever's Indian summer

Nov 15, 2012: The England bowler's Test career started off like a dream in Delhi in 1976

Will Hawkes

'The basic way of playing spin is to rotate the strike'

Nov 12, 2012: Mike Gatting, Graham Thorpe and Murali Kartik on how England need to bat against the Indian spinners

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

No fire in Zion

Nov 11, 2012: The Rastafarians of Ethiopia play the game that links them to their Caribbean past, but the future looks bleak

R Rajkumar

From the peaks to the pits

Nov 10, 2012: Multan 2003, all out for 62, and other peaks and valleys in Bangladesh's 12 years in Test cricket

Mohammad Isam

Bangladesh's disappointing dozen

Nov 10, 2012: It is 12 years since they made their Test debut, and if they have little to show for it, the organisation of domestic cricket in the country must bear much of the blame

Mohammad Isam

'An unbelievable feeling of no panic'

Nov 8, 2012: Unlike with their predecessors, when the pressure is on South Africa now, the players believe in themselves and their team-mates. Alviro Petersen explains

Firdose Moonda

Sheffield Shield

Where have all the batsmen gone?

Nov 6, 2012: The Sheffield Shield used to be a factory for producing Test-ready batsmen. But a combination of green seaming pitches and flawed techniques has resulted in the cupboard becoming alarmingly bare

Brydon Coverdale

South Africa in Australia flashback: 2008-09

'You beauty, you superstar'

Nov 6, 2012: JP Duminy emerged from nowhere to star in South Africa's first series win in Australia

Firdose Moonda

An indigenous team's Australian dream

Nov 1, 2012: A side different from the usual Australian ones visited India last month

Siddhartha Talya

South Africa in Australia flashback: 2001-02

'You had to out-think Australia'

Oct 31, 2012: Claude Henderson and Boeta Dippenaar look back at South Africa's humbling visit Down Under a decade ago

Firdose Moonda

South Africa in Australia flashback: 1993-94

'We were the Cinderella team'

Oct 25, 2012: The South Africans were wide-eyed on their first tour of Australia after readmission, but they proved they were no rookies

Firdose Moonda

Neil McKenzie's still got it

Oct 22, 2012: He may not be part of South Africa's plans anymore but the Lions batsman remains an integral part of the country's domestic scene

Firdose Moonda

Will cricket live in Brixton?

Oct 18, 2012: The heartland of London's Jamaican community isn't as big on the game as it once used to be

Richard Browne

How Siddle found his mojo

Oct 15, 2012: Over the past year, Peter has emerged as a leader of Australia's Test bowling attack. This transformation is all the more remarkable for its modest beginnings in Sri Lanka, when he was dropped from the team

Daniel Brettig

Luke Ronchi hops across the ditch

Oct 13, 2012: The Western Australia keeper-batsman hopes to revive his international career, this time with New Zealand

Brydon Coverdale

In Gayle's slipstream

Oct 10, 2012: An American writer gets swept up in the foaming excitement of the World Twenty20

Wright Thompson

A man who speaks for a nation

Oct 5, 2012: Mahela Jayawardene is in touch with his country's troubled past but is also the face of a brighter future

Wright Thompson
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