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Author of Pundits from Pakistan: On Tour with India, 2003-04
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It all began in South Africa

Feb 6, 2011: Indian cricket's most successful era was ushered in at the 2003 World Cup, with some effigy-burning, banana-barfing, and sleepless nights for Tendulkar

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Here comes the flood

Jan 3, 2011: It's set to be a big year for India with Tests in five continents. If only the BCCI and the broadcasters rolled back on the hyper-commercialisation

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The decline and fall of Test cricket

Dec 13, 2010: Like children do with video games, as spectators we are going numb watching dull, futile matches and are revelling in the tiny bits of quality on display

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When cricketers age

Nov 15, 2010: Do we have the right to call for their retirements or should we let their dramas play themselves out?

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Why cricket can't pardon its sinners

Oct 11, 2010: The real world may accept the corrupt, even welcome them, but sport cannot because they break the principle sport hinges on

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Video thrills the history fan

Aug 30, 2010: The best of cricket's past can now be watched and marvelled at over and over again, thanks to YouTube

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Foxes, lizards and other bowlers

Aug 2, 2010: Amir is a bee, Asif a snake. What are Malinga and Ishant?

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Cricket, tennis and the loss of immersion

Jun 28, 2010: If you're looking for sport to convey gripping narrative and drama involving human beings under pressure, cricket is probably not the place to look these days

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Equality isn't excellence

May 31, 2010: Despite India's early exit from the World Twenty20 for a second time in a row, the BCCI hasn't grasped the harm the IPL's bloated schedule is doing

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A blueprint for the IPL

Apr 26, 2010: Corporate partnership rather than ownership might have delivered a much healthier IPL

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Aggravated by advertising

Mar 29, 2010: Watching the IPL is like encountering one of those post-modern narratives that seeks to satirise consumerism

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Keep it simple

Mar 8, 2010: The more you legislate the game, the more anal it will become

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What makes a cricketer great?

Feb 1, 2010: You could judge him by stacks of runs and wickets, elegance, or exerting considerable influence on how the game is played

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Alone in the middle

Dec 1, 2009: Why cricket, it can be argued, is even more of an individual sport than tennis

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Shane Bond the thoroughbred

Apr 9, 2007: Damaged, repaired, remade, Bond is influential as ever

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The pitches in India were great. Right, Australia?

Sam Perry: Australians' tendency to reject turning and seaming pitches as good ones says a lot about their own culture

    How Kohli and Rahane differed as captains

Brad Haddin: Australia repeatedly challenged and troubled the Indian captain, and were themselves shown up by his stand-in

Which was the best Test of India's home season?

Take our poll on the key performers and innings of the marathon 13-Test period just past

A story of two southern summers

Firdose Moonda reviews South Africa and New Zealand's extra-long season - wins, captains, injuries, batting woes, and newbies

The hinterland of 40

Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them

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The season of Kohli, and all his men

Thirteen Tests, ten wins, four trophies. This is the story of India's historic home season, and the players that made it happen

Jadeja equals Kohli, Vijay and Rahul

Ravindra Jadeja overtaking Kapil Dev and Mitchell Johnson, Nathan Lyon going past Lance Gibbs, and other stats highlights from day three of the Dharamsala Test

Shami question part of India's rare green-pitch musings

Three days ahead of the fourth Test, the surface at the HPCA Stadium wore a smattering of grass. Will that, or Mohammed Shami's availability, subject to fitness, change India's combination?

India complete the Test-trophy set

Stats highlights from India's win in Dharamsala, a victory that sealed the series for them

Umesh's spell of pace and fire

Five-and-a-half-years after his Test debut, Umesh Yadav showed he can be the bowler he has always threatened to be: fast, brutal and thoroughly unpleasant to face

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