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Time to Talk

Amby's turn to talk

Apr 25, 2015: Curtly Ambrose's autobiography has just the right mix of reflection, forthrightness and lists

Jonhenry Wilson

Wisden India Almanack 2015

Timeless tales and the Big Three political thriller

Apr 19, 2015: The Wisden India Almanack 2015 hits the spot with its feature writing, but the reporting of the major events of the year on and off the field is a mixed bag

Jayaditya Gupta

Eye on Cricket: Reflections on the Great Game

Cricket fandom with a philosophical slant

Apr 12, 2015: A collection of essays on the game from a geographically detached fan with a scholarly perspective

Suresh Menon

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2015

New wine but gotta lotta bottle

Apr 9, 2015: Cricket, and English cricket in particular, has been through turmoil but the 2015 Wisden tackles the crises deftly and with imagination

Alan Gardner

Don Bradman Cricket 14

Second innings, new platform

Apr 4, 2015: Other than visual upgrades and bug-patching, Don Bradman Cricket 14 on the PS4 remains unchanged from the previous-gen versions of the game

Videep Vijay Kumar

Wisden on Grace

Champion or cheat?

Mar 22, 2015: Either way, WG Grace generated more than his share of column centimetres, in his lifetime and beyond

Ivo Tennant

ICC Pro Cricket 2015

The World Cup on the go

Mar 14, 2015: The official game for the tournament offers a better gaming experience on mobile than PC

Videep Vijay Kumar

Second XI: Cricket in its Outposts

The tale of the have-nots

Mar 7, 2015: The Associates are the flavour of the season, and a new book tells the story of their passion for the game all over the world

Alan Gardner

Whitewash to Whitewash

Ashes and dust, dross and gold

Mar 1, 2015: An inside look at the ups and down of Australian cricket between 2006 and 2014

Russell Jackson

After Tendulkar: The New Stars of Indian Cricket

The new India: a fan's view

Feb 15, 2015: A readable new book chronicles Indian cricket after the retirement of Tendulkar

Suresh Menon

The Curse and the Cup

Righting the sins of the past

Feb 8, 2015: A new novel weaves an intriguing story around South Africa's ill-starred World Cup history

Mark Nicholas

Final Test: Exit Sachin Tendulkar

Musings on Tendulkar's farewell

Jan 31, 2015: A new book uses the context around the retirement of India's biggest cricketer as grounds for further exploration

Samir Chopra

Mid-wicket Tales

Bringing the love back

Jan 18, 2015: In an age when commerce has overwritten storytelling about the game, two amateur players and fans put their affection for cricket on the page

Sharda Ugra

The Unquiet Ones

Telling Pakistan's story through its cricket

Jan 10, 2015: Osman Samiuddin's history of the game in Pakistan is much more than its subtitle advertises it as

Ahmer Naqvi

The Miracle Match

Momentous at the WACA

Nov 22, 2014: It may have been a one-day match but the Western Australia-Queensland Gillette Cup semi-final at the WACA was no ordinary game

Alan Shiell

Playing it My Way

The mask behind Tendulkar's mask

Nov 14, 2014: His autobiography merely endorses the public image of the man, instead of giving us the insights we've been craving

Suresh Menon

The Corridor of Certainty

A work of introspection, Boycott style

Oct 19, 2014: Geoff Boycott's latest autobiography is nuanced and rounded, and acknowledges errors, failings and regrets

Les Smith

KP: The Autobiography

A flawed character in a flawed system

Oct 11, 2014: The cricket book of the season brings many regrets about the rancour surrounding an incredible talent

David Hopps

Bombay Boys: Chronicles of Cricketing Heroes

Hidden tales of Mumbai's stalwarts

Oct 4, 2014: The profiles of 76 international and domestic stars gathered here charm and inspire, but they leave you yearning for more

Suresh Menon

A Complete History of World Cup Cricket

World Cup nerd nirvana

Sep 27, 2014: This diligently researched book is a comprehensive account of all matches of the World Cup, laced with long-forgotten factoids

Russell Jackson
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Pink-ball cricket is a mere bulge in Test cricket's fabric

Jon Hotten: Going by the game's history, it won't be long before day-night Tests simply become Tests

    England finally figure out one-day cricket

Numbers Don't Lie: They have had a dramatic revival in the 50-over game

Tape-ball tales

The Cricket Monthly: The form of the game that gave Karachi its unique cricketing identity
TCM November issue

    Simmons says his piece; WICB's move now

Tony Cozier: The West Indies coach has presented his case for why he believes there is interference in selection

The kinaesthetic beauty of timing

Sankaran Krishna: When batsmen transfer their body weight and movement precisely into the point of contact between bat and ball, the results can be glorious

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The difference between Nagpur and Nottingham

One home advantage is not better or worse than the other, but this pitch had variable turn, bounce and pace to go with the fact that pitches that turn from ball one get worse with time

'Ridiculous waste of time and wrong decision'

In five minutes, Nathan Lyon was twice ruled not-out, controversially. The Twitter world did not hold back

A six-ton Test, and Imran's prolific 30s

Plus: most runs in a Test by a New Zealander, and c&b by the same bowler twice in a Test

South Africa fall to record lows

Stats highlights from the second day's play in Nagpur, where South Africa collapsed to their lowest total since their return to Test cricket

SA look for new fairytale as dream run ends

South Africa's unbeaten run on the road may be over, but rather than mull over their loss, the team must draw heart from their past battles and start afresh to script another era of domination

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