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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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New England's fresh face

The Cricket Monthly: Jos Buttler is the product of a shift in emphasis in his country's cricket. And perhaps its first real success story
TCM May issue

    'The current generation's preparation is as intense as Sachin's and Rahul's'

Couch Talk: Sanjay Bangar, India's batting coach till recently, talks about how he approaches players with technical issues

The ball you're always trying to bowl

Jonathan Wilson: When your shoulder is sore, you feel like death, and you play on - hoping to produce the devastating dipper you long for

    West Indies cricket needs Legends' clout

Tony Cozier: CARICOM should maximise the support of the region's greatest players as the two parties push for overhauling the WICB's present structure

What is nets?

Practice can mean a whole lot of things. By Liam Cromar

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'To enjoy cricket, you must enjoy your downtime'

James Faulkner talks about the IPL, his slower balls, bouncing back from a drunk-driving episode, and bad haircuts

The fizz in Mustafizur

In a little over 12 months, he has firmly established himself as a top-notch bowler, and the captain's go-to man in the toughest situations

Morris' slide, and fourteen off one ball

Plays of the day from the match between Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knight Riders

The Happy Families Test, and most IPL runs without a ton

Also: the highest successful first-class fourth-innings chases, and the double of 1000 runs and 100 wickets in women's ODIs

'For fast bowling you need an environment that helps you go wild'

Former Pakistan international Aaqib Javed talks about his growth as a fast bowler, the influence of Imran, and coaching UAE

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