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How to get under Mitchell Johnson's skin

And what really happened between Dhawan and Kohli

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What KP's book should have been called

And what to do with yourself if you are a sleep guru (yes, there is such a thing)

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What Shaz is really doing with the Indian team

And what Ajmal should do during his ban

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The Jadeja-Anderson summer blockbuster

And what Gary Ballance's shirtless dance says about a post-KP England

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A hobby for Srini

And the alien life form that haunts cricket. Our agony aunt knows it all

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How to take a cricket selfie

That and other existential questions that only our agony aunt can answer

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How to qualify to coach England

And advice on ending the BCCI's reign of power

Players stand up to the Big Three

With a little help from their thick-skinned friends

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A psychological dissection of Kevin Pietersen

And advice on how to announce your retirement through a haiku - our agony aunt provides it all

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Why Tendulkar can be sued for retiring

And what Shane Warne can teach Ish Sodhi about leggies

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What to do when there's no cricket on TV

Warning: it may involve exposure to direct sunlight

Jaggu and Srini go to the North Pole

They're making a list, they're checking it twice. Gonna find out who's naughty, who's nice

FICA unhappy cricket not monitored under PRISM

Players body insists US admits to grave lapse in security

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How to become a cricket tragic

Do you really need to be taught how? Then step this way and meet our agony aunt

Arthur asks Ecuador for asylum

Also revealed, the story behind Afridi's "star-man" wicket celebration, and Ashton Agar's upcoming cricket-themed TV show

Kohli relieved to be able to curse again

Also revealed, why Vettori turned down an NZC contract, and Australia's plans to sledge Root

The week on Twitter

'I'm convinced I have the most problematic life!'

Have some sympathy for cricketers, who have to worry about dinner, sponsors, defining coincidences and finding greater meaning in logograms

Warner critiques England's Ashes poem

Also: why Lehmann is cooler than Arthur, and why the Ashes are endangering Indian cows

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A cure for South Africa's semi-final phobia

And how to catch your bookie's attention. Subtly. Our agony aunt has all the answers

Eight reasons why Australia will win the Ashes

It may all look fine and dandy for England at the moment, but don't be fooled

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