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India v Pakistan overseas has a peculiar frenzy all its own

The war goes global

Mar 12, 2004: Picture the scene

Kamran Abbasi

Wisden Asia Cricket, June 2003

Preparing for greater glory

Mar 3, 2004: Ramesh Powar's inclusion into the Indian one-day side for the tour of Pakistan is just reward for his consistency in the domestic circuit

Amit Karmarkar

Wisden Asia Cricket

Bowling's dark age

Feb 20, 2004: The current boom in batting owes at least in part to a worrisome decline in bowling stocks and standards, and a change in the very nature of bowling, says Gideon Haigh

Gideon Haigh

Should umpiring go high-tech?

The flaw's the charm

Feb 10, 2004: Cricket's splendour lies in the fact that while the best team on the day always prevails - that doesn't happen in football or hockey, where a fluke goal can win a game - there is still plenty of opportunity to bemoan your fate: the no-ball that

Dileep Premachandran

Should umpiring go high-tech?

It's about empowerment

Feb 10, 2004: The error is that the whole debate is too often framed as technology v Humans

Amit Varma

Wisden Asia Cricket

Six of the best

Feb 2, 2004: How does India's top and middle order compare to the great line-ups from the past

David Frith

January 2004

The Dravid method

Jan 27, 2004: How did Rahul Dravid go from being a solid player to a stroke-filled, world-beating superman

Wisden Asia Cricket, October 2002

The 34-ball carnage

Jan 19, 2004: Shaun Graf was at the Adelaide Oval when David Hookes clattered a hundred off 34 balls - the fastest in Australian domestic cricket

The end of a glorious career

Never again

Jan 1, 2004: He lasted nearly 20 years in Test cricket

Gideon Haigh

Wisden Asia Cricket - January 2003

Grit over flair

Dec 31, 2003: Rahul Dravid celebrates one of Steve Waugh's defining qualities - his intensity

As told to Rahul Bhattacharya

Super Six

Brian Lara's greatest hits

Dec 26, 2003: In June 2003 Wisden Asia Cricket looked back at six of Brian Lara's best innings

Brian Lara tells his story

Brian Lara: Body, mind and soul

Dec 26, 2003: Brian Lara told his life story to Rahul Bhattacharya, in an exclusive interview that appeared in the June 2002 issue of Wisden Asia Cricket magazine.

Rahul Bhattacharya

Wisden Asia Cricket, October 2002

Being there

Dec 16, 2003: Rahul Dravid's 233 in the first innings of the Adelaide Test, which set up India's victory, was his third double-century in 10 Test matches, and just the latest in a series of occasions in recent times that he has played matchsaving or matchwinning

India in Australia, 2003-04

The power of strokeplay

Dec 2, 2003: Why India should score their runs quickly and open with a right-left combination in Australia

S Rajesh

Wisden Asia Cricket - December 2003

Twelve golden months

Dec 2, 2003: Ricky Ponting, in an interview with Wisden Asia Cricket, about his seven Test hundreds in the year, the match-winning hundred in the World Cup final, and the captaincy of Australia's one-day side

Interview by Chandrahas Choudhury

Wisden Asia Cricket - December 2003

A blessing in disguise

Dec 1, 2003: At the time of writing, Abhijit Kale, a prolific, and by many accounts somewhat disillusioned, batsman in the domestic league stands accused by two national selectors of trying to bribe his way into the Indian side

Sambit Bal

Frank Tyson's take

Pitch it right

Nov 27, 2003: Australia's tracks will offer plenty of pace and bounce, but the Indian seamers would do well to stick to the essential disciplines of line and length, writes Frank Tyson, in the December issue of Wisden Asia Cricket

Frank Tyson

Wisden Asia Cricket - November 2003

Greg Chappell - 'India are best placed to topple Australia'

Nov 24, 2003: Greg Chappell, in an interview with Wisden Asia Cricket,talks about how a side like India could conceivably replicate Australia's success

Interview by Anand Vasu

Why cricket needs multinational leagues

Beyond borders

Jul 9, 2003: Why can't Wasim Akram, Mark Boucher and Rahul Dravid play in the same team, asks Mukul Kesavan

Mukul Kesavan

These dangerous times we live in

Terror, and the game we love

Jun 1, 2002: Sport and Terrorism first came together in the Munich Olympics of 1972, when 11 Israeli athletes were first kidnapped, then killed, by a Palistinean terrorist group called Black September

Amit Varma
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Being McCullum

The New Zealand captain has found a way of keeping his instincts free and fearless while offering real gravitas, and that is quite something to behold. By Jon Hotten

    Cheers to England's leftist leaning

Rob Steen: Their distrust of left-hand batsmen goes back centuries, but the current Test squad belies that bias entirely

Faces of transformation

The Cricket Monthly: Tristan Holme and Luke Alfred find that stories, more than arguments, illuminate the complexities of South Africa's racial quotas
TCM May issue

    Keith and Marjorie

Tales of a dashing airman-cricketer in wartime, from a lady who knew him then. By Alan Butcher

Playing alongside Adam Sanford

Eleven Tests and 30 wickets for West Indies, and a stand at Windsor Park named after him. And he now plays club cricket in the USA. By Scott Oliver

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