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India's grade card
Before the one-day series against England begins, it might be useful to take stock of our standing in the only arena that counts, Test cricket
On the importance of being "visibly sheepish"
Mukul Kesavan compares Michael Atherton's opinions regarding Sreesanth's beamer and Brett Lee's tactics two years ago
An unnatural victory
India didn't drop any catches, they got Pietersen out twice in two balls, and won despite Tendulkar and Ganguly getting poor decisions
All’s well that ends in rain
Mukul Kesavan would like to claim some credit for India's draw at Lord's
February-April, 1971: Sardesai's spring
So he hit big centuries at the right times, broke records, played the critical part in winning an away series against the West Indies, hit a crucial fifty and forty in a low scoring match to help seal another Test rubber and basked forever more in
A calendar of coaches
'Manager' seems the right title for Borde's likely duties: reminiscing with old men in MCC ties, visiting the Indian High Commission, telling his lads that they were lucky they weren't up against Truman, Tyson, Statham and Loader, being benevolent
India's next coach: continued
More and more the BCCI comes across as a rich repertory company with a particular talent for farce.
One reason his name is so perplexing is that he's an English spinner of a certain sort
The Indians are coming
I don't think Sharad Pawar is a good candidate for the presidency of the ICC
Nowhere to Go
Talking about the awfulness of cricket arenas in India, Bishen Bedi has a lovely story about lavatory facilities at Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi's only Test stadium.
The good news
I can see it now: portable pitches (held together with glue), third-country venues, empty stadiums, and cross-eyed players wondering if it's Tuesday and Tangiers or Wednesday and consequently Riyadh?
Their Tests, our Tests
There's a difference between cricket in England and Australia and cricket in Pakistan, Bangladesh and India
1983: All change
This perfectly timed, nationally televised victory, created a massive captive audience for any company that had the sense to advertise its wares in the course of a cricket match.
The Dhaka Test and the Matter of Tendulkar
On the matter of Tendulkar thwarting the team interest by scoring too slowly, it's worth remembering that India scored over six hundred runs at four runs an over in less than two days and there was enough time after the declaration for Zaheer to
The blackout: Doordharshan's folly
Doordarshan's greed and callousness apart, the blackout of the Bangladesh Tests is a symptom not so much of Test cricket's decline in the sub-continent as the BCCI's deliberate orphaning of Test cricket.
Dreamtime, or how Sri Lanka will win the World Cup
Ponting wins the toss and puts Sri Lanka in on a fast Barbadian track
Jaiswal replaces Gaikwad as stand-by player for WTC final
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Rayudu to retire from IPL after final against Titans, promises 'no U-turn'
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