India set up dream final after brushing Kenya aside
India set up dream final after brushing Kenya aside

India ended the Kenyan fairy tale, Sourav Ganguly leading the way with an unbeaten ton

Australia rout India to win third World Cup
Australia rout India to win third World Cup

Australia missed Steve Waugh, Shane Warne and Jason Gillespie only in spirit as they routed India by 125 runs

Tendulkar lifts India to inspired triumph
Tendulkar lifts India to inspired triumph

Trumps dogged 101 from Saeed Anwar in spectacular batting masterclass as India make Super Sixes

A unique clash with plenty of history to back it
A unique clash with plenty of history to back it

The game of cricket is unique in many ways

Waugh: one-day series should have been cancelled
Waugh: one-day series should have been cancelled

Steve Waugh believes Australia's one-day side was wrong to go ahead with their recent series against Zimbabwe, putting him at odds with his immediate successor as Test captain, Ricky Ponting.

The man who kept beating the bat
The man who kept beating the bat

Javagal Srinath has retired from international cricket, after 67 Test matches and 229 one-dayers

South Africa make quick work of Bangladesh
South Africa make quick work of Bangladesh

When it's the bold brush strokes of a flamboyant dasher like Herschelle Gibbs, watching the paint dry isn't quite as boring as it's made out to be

Livewire from laidbackwaters
Livewire from laidbackwaters

Sreesanth's spunk epitomises the new Kerala, shed of the leftist influence that saw cricket as an elitist sport, writes Anil Nair

Footloose in the Pink City
Footloose in the Pink City

Motera is the new Mohali
Motera is the new Mohali

Anand Vasu was in a for a pleasant surprise when he found out that folks at the Gujarat Cricket Association are even friendlier than the ones at Mohali

It's in the stars
It's in the stars

The Australians might be the bookies' favourite to win against India, but astrologers - 'leading' ones of course - predict differently

Diwali aur naya saal mubarak
Diwali aur naya saal mubarak

“Diwali aur naya saal Mubarak” is the one phrase you heard more than anything else in Ahmedabad when the cricket came around to the city the second time around in the Champions Trophy

Cricket and wardrobe malfunctions
Cricket and wardrobe malfunctions

New Zealand, known around the world as the Black Caps, for their distinctive black gear, simply had numbers printed on the back of their shirts, not names

Incongruous City
Incongruous City

Not long ago, Suketu Mehta wrote a riveting book on Mumbai and its underbelly and ever since, television channels reporting events in the metropolis are referring to it by the name Mehta gave it – Maximum City

Remembering Merchant
Remembering Merchant

The score issue
The score issue

The unassuming kind of cricketer
The unassuming kind of cricketer

Mukund Parmar comes to collect a pass

A humbling experience
A humbling experience

"Humbled, it was a humbling experience," muttered Imran Khan, the media manager for the West Indies team as he walked in to the Sardar Patel Gujarat Stadium in Ahmedabad where the West Indies kick off their Champions Trophy against Zimbabwe

Chris Rogers agrees new deal
Chris Rogers agrees new deal

Chris Rogers has been signed a one-year contract with Northamptonshire as an overseas player for the 2007 season.

Maybe <i>we</i> are the problem
Maybe we are the problem

Earlier posts: intro , 1 , 2 , 3 .