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Watching cricket, tennis-style

Aug 23, 2012: Also: magpie-spotting, barramundi-eating, and interviewing players clad in towels

George Binoy

History done two ways

Aug 22, 2012: The past smacks you in the face when you're in England; and South Africa make their own history too

Firdose Moonda

Hey, there's a World Cup on

Aug 13, 2012: But rugby and the Olympics are what everybody's taking about in Australia

George Binoy

Cakes and ale

Aug 8, 2012: There's plenty of both on offer when one is touring England

Firdose Moonda

Where everybody knows someone famous

Aug 6, 2012: It's less than six degrees of separation when you tour the Caribbean

Subash Jayaraman

Speaking gibberish, haunting cathedrals

Jul 23, 2012: For a South African journalist in England, there are plenty of things to see and do that she hasn't before

Firdose Moonda

Rain, Roach, Roseau

Apr 27, 2012: Part two of our correspondent's West Indies diary stars the elements, and a heir to Marshall's legacy

Daniel Brettig

Bajan days and nights

Apr 13, 2012: There's always something to see, a happy face to talk to, in Barbados

Daniel Brettig

Quick but not breezy

Apr 9, 2012: It was sweltering on England's tour of Sri Lanka, and the traffic's a chore, but there are consolations for the travelling journalist

Andrew McGlashan

New Zealand v South Africa

Come rain or shine

Mar 28, 2012: The weather is changeable but South Africa are steadfast, wrapping up the tour with three series wins out of three

Firdose Moonda

New Zealand v South Africa

Inside the chocolate box

Mar 16, 2012: For a first-time South African tourist to New Zealand, the sights are fresh but at times also familiar

Firdose Moonda

Seventy-eight days later

Mar 9, 2012: From Brisbane to Sydney and back again. Must be the CB Series then

Sidharth Monga

You can't escape India v Sri Lanka

Feb 16, 2012: Think you can get away from them down under? Not a chance

Sidharth Monga

Tarantino or Bollywood?

Feb 1, 2012: India may not have turned up for the series in Australia, but Indians are everywhere

Sidharth Monga

Australia, you beauty

Jan 13, 2012: It's a fine country - in more ways than one - our correspondent finds, in his first few weeks covering India's tour down under

Sidharth Monga

Plane tales from the hills

Sep 27, 2011: Galle to Colombo? Our fearless correspondent takes an unconventional mode of transport and lives to tell the tale

Daniel Brettig

Pity Me and other places

Sep 18, 2011: Our correspondent spends the final leg of India's tour of England guzzling wine, ogling the fashion-crazy, musing in parks, and relishing the countryside

Nagraj Gollapudi

Greig's smile, Lyon's chance

Sep 5, 2011: The stories behind the stories, in our reporter's recap of his first fortnight in Sri Lanka covering the Australia tour

Daniel Brettig

The elusive Mr Modi, and the man with carbon fibre legs

Aug 30, 2011: Hunting Lalit, swarming Lloyd, quizzing Hendo, and more, in the third edition of our England tour diary

Nagraj Gollapudi

Dog days, dark nights, and the church that became a pub

Aug 16, 2011: There's violence on the streets, but on the field it's all rather more clinical

Nagraj Gollapudi
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TCM April issue

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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

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The legspinner who never bowled

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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

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