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Why Dhoni needs to speak out

Feb 25, 2014: It can't do Indian cricket any good when there is rampant speculation over the motives and methods of its highest-profile player

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From pioneer to pariah

Sep 26, 2013: There is no one in the BCCI with Lalit Modi's marketing savvy, but don't shed any tears for his expulsion. He was far from an innocent victim

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IPL fixing allegations

The sound of silence

May 18, 2013: Gauging from the official broadcast of the IPL you'd be hard-pressed to guess there has been a spot-fixing scandal over the past few days

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Give Tendulkar the benefit of the doubt

Apr 28, 2012: Leadership hasn't been his strength but statesmanship has come almost naturally to him

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Blame the BCCI, not Gavaskar and Shastri

Aug 17, 2011: The two commentators are merely the messengers. The problem is with the medium and the message, and the board wants to control all three

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The IPL mess

An opportunity for a clean-up

Oct 11, 2010: The scrapping of two IPL franchises just may be the opportunity the league needs to fashion itself as a world-class enterprise, but will the BCCI take it up?

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The IPL mess

Amin a contrast to flamboyant Modi

Apr 26, 2010: The new IPL chairman brings to the table inscrutability, a low profile, a respectability and credibility among his peers, professional competence and an aversion to controversy.

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BCCI bitten by its own buzzword

Apr 25, 2010: The BCCI under Sharad Pawar's presidency has made a mockery of the vision document it released in 2005

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Enough with the secrecy

Apr 14, 2010: The Kochi franchise ruckus may finally force the BCCI into being transparent. About time too

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What about the arm around the shoulder?

Feb 16, 2010: Ravindra Jadeja's ban by the IPL raises the question: do our young cricketers have the sort of support system they need?

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A case of misplaced outrage

Jan 23, 2010: It's not easy to assign blame for the fiasco over the exclusion of Pakistani players from the third season of the IPL

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BCCI v the world

Aug 6, 2009: The Indian board's foot-dragging and muscle-flexing over the drug-testing issue is typical

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Anatomy of Kolkata's disaster

May 3, 2009: How did the most glamorous team in the IPL become a cautionary tale only halfway into the season?

Many questions, no answers

Oct 2, 2008: India's selectors had a lot of explaining to do, particularly about the inclusion of Sourav Ganguly, but there was no open, transparent media interaction

Market rules, ok

May 8, 2008: Success is everything and all else be damned. The IPL has brought football-style despotism into cricket

The Harbhajan-Sreesanth spat

A time bomb waiting to go off

Apr 27, 2008: To anyone who has followed Indian cricket in the past few months, Friday night's incident was inevitable

Beware the football threat

Feb 11, 2008: The IPL's biggest competition in India may come from an unexpected quarter - the English Premier League

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This game has just started

Aug 20, 2007: The BCCI faces a problem largely of its own making because it has sown the seeds for the ICL to flourish. But the solution, too, lies in its own hands

Wake up and smell the opportunity

Jul 25, 2007: The ICL may just be a blessing in disguise for the BCCI. Pity they don't seem to be able to recognise it

A league of their own

Apr 3, 2007: The launch of a "parallel" league in India should, one way or another, be good news for Indian cricket

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