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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

Beefy in the lift, a masseuse in the press box

Aug 1, 2011: When in England, watch a football game, shiver in the summer and get a massage in the press box

Nagraj Gollapudi

'Memories of 2007 World cup resurfacing'

Mar 27, 2011: Mahela Jayawardene on reaching a third consecutive World Cup semi-final, drawing the same opposition as 2007 and the performance against England

Mahela Jayawardene

'Angelo Mathews is a tremendous asset'

Mar 18, 2011: Mahela Jayawardene on playing away from home, Sri Lanka's attempt to improve their general knowledge and the batting Powerplay

Mahela Jayawardene

'Solidity of middle order has helped me and Kumar'

Mar 10, 2011: Mahela Jayawardene on how the World Cup is shaping up, the rained-out game against Australia, his own form and more

Mahela Jayawardene

'Chasing at Premadasa no longer difficult'

Mar 1, 2011: Mahela Jayawardene on the defeat to Pakistan, chasing under lights at the Premadasa and Sri Lanka's middle-order options

Mahela Jayawardene

Excited to play World Cup at home

Feb 19, 2011: Mahela Jayawardene looks forward to playing his fourth World Cup

Mahela Jayawardene

Flea-market bargains, and Morne Streisand

Jan 24, 2011: Also, Dhoni's frank but unscientific knowledge, what to say in Port Elizabeth to show dislike, and why Jozi is like Delhi, kinda, in part three of the South Africa tour diary

Sidharth Monga

The win, the wind, the mountain

Jan 13, 2011: More South African delights in part two: Cape Town accents, meeting Big Dog and Big Rhino, mangoes for breakfast and more

Sidharth Monga

Learning the lingo, loving the lightning

Dec 28, 2010: In South Africa a café isn't what you might think it is. And what's a robot again?

Sidharth Monga

Steel bands, the Brothers Ranatunga, and Viru's mock presser

Aug 9, 2010: Oh to be in Sri Lanka's capital, where the cops drive tuk-tuks, the felons are Bradmanesque, the shoes mandatory, and the music unceasing

Sidharth Monga

A train trip, a walking physio, and the best ATM of all time

Jul 27, 2010: When in Sri Lanka: listen to local music, skip Colombo, go to Galle and enjoy the laidback lifestyle

Sidharth Monga

Women's World Twenty20, 2010

A nail-biter, and disappointments

May 13, 2010: A close game against Australia and a surprise loss against West Indies later, England are returning home

Nicky Shaw

Women's World Twenty20, 2010

Warmed up for the World Twenty20

May 5, 2010: Getting through jet leg, training, keeping up with the election back home and then the small matter of playing a World Cup

Nicky Shaw

Nicky Shaw

Nerve-wracking endings

Mar 8, 2010: The one-day series was lost but England take heart from the fact that they bowled and fielded really well and are well prepared for the World Twenty20

Nicky Shaw
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