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A bold withdrawal

Jul 9, 2008: Dhoni pulling out of the Sri Lanka Test series is significant for a number of reasons

India v South Africa, 1st Test, Chennai, 2nd day

Amla's healing touch

Mar 27, 2008: With his gentle smile and composed batting, Hashim Amla seems a throwback to an earlier age

Rotation comes round again

Mar 10, 2008: Having more or less separate teams for Tests and ODIs is working well for India - but not for too many other teams, oddly enough

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Alarm bells ringing loud

Dec 5, 2007: India would ideally want five bowlers for the four Tests against Australia but a perplexing situation has presented itself: the first four choices are injured

Part of a method or plain madness?

Oct 27, 2007: The decision to drop Rahul Dravid appears to be one based on the present and not on the future

Four questions for India's selectors

Oct 26, 2007: A look at the major issues staring India's selectors in the face when they meet to pick the team for the Pakistan one-dayers

A selectorial free-for-all

Oct 23, 2007: The selections for Challengers seem to be based on whims more than performance

India's need for change cannot be ignored

Sep 10, 2007: India's rebuilding process will entail a few defeats along the way but it's the only way that the batch of 2011 are going to compete against the rest

A coach's tale

A little tact won't hurt Greg Chappell

Mar 6, 2006: Candour remains an admirable virtue; but Chappell will know that leadership goes well with some tact and diplomacy

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Injury menace to left-arm bowlers

The left-armers' curse?

Jul 24, 2004: Zaheer Khan is just one in a long recent line of left-armer seamers to have been plagued by injury

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Death by a centimetre

The Cricket Monthly: The chief cause for run-outs is a breakdown in communication. Even twins aren't immune
TCM April issue

    Many sides to a cricket revolution

Ian Chappell: While an administrative shake-up of the ICC would be welcome, the Essel Group's past cricketing ventures hardly inspire confidence

    A victory for cricket

Rewind: Within days of World War II ending, England and Australia were meeting at Lord's

    When the best is not the greatest

Review: Criconomics brings science to bear on the cricket ratings game - and largely succeeds. By S Rajesh

Can cricket hold on to its multi-sport players?

Russell Jackson: Picking cricket over the richer football codes is risky for young players, who often choose it out of love rather than financial incentives

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The legspinner who never bowled

Greg Loveridge broke a knuckle in his first Test for New Zealand and never played another five-dayer. He's now among the country's wealthiest people

Representing India and his father

Sarfaraz Khan is one of India's most talented young allrounders but is he being pushed to live his father's dream?

Birthday hundreds, and the fastest to 2000 Test runs

Also, the best averages with hundred-plus Test wickets, and back-to-back ODI centuries by Bangladesh batsmen

Trott suffers moment of defeat

This was Jonathan Trott's lowest moment. The moment when the truth could no longer be concealed. The moment when hope vanished for his international future

Bangladesh's best partnership in Test cricket

Stats highlights from the fourth day of the Khulna Test between Bangladesh and Pakistan

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