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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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    'Umpires are not soft targets, they're participants in the game'

Simon Taufel says the Indian umpires he works with have made progress, but they are yet to earn the respect they deserve

The view from up here

The Cricket Monthly: Rabi Thapa's letter from Kathmandu (before the quake)
TCM must-reads

    'If I wrote a book I'd call it Mind the Windows'

Tino Best talks about banter with Flintoff, wild celebrations, and why his Test-highest 95 is not his No. 1 achievement

    New Zealand's second-innings problems

Numbers Game: The Lord's result reinforces the notion that the team - especially its bowlers - struggles to finish the opposition off the second time round

Being McCullum

The New Zealand captain has found a way of keeping his instincts free and fearless while offering real gravitas, and that is quite something to behold. By Jon Hotten

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'I made it clear that I was here to win the IPL'

Ricky Ponting talks about Mumbai Indians' amazing turnaround, his relationship with Harbhajan Singh, and being part of perhaps the most star studded coaching line-up in cricket

The IPL 2015 tournament XI

ESPNcricinfo picks its team of the 2015 season, with a limit of only four overseas players in the XI

MI thrill with typical bouncebackability

In the second half of the tournament, at every training huddle, players were told treat each match as a final. That resonated with Mumbai's talismans who lifted their games admirably

'Started from the bottom now we here' - Pollard

Mumbai Indians won their second IPL title by beating Chennai Super Kings at Eden Gardens, the culmination of a campaign that had begun with four consecutive defeats. Here's what the Mumbai players and coaching staff told iplt20.com after the victory

An England performance to turn the disenfranchised

Instead of determination, we had destruction. Instead of patience, we had passion. And instead of percentage cricket we had bull's-eyes and jackpots

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