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Meeting "Little Kalu"
"Tidy but excitable behind the stumps." That's how BBC profiles Romesh Kaluwitharana
Murali v Yusuf, redux
Wednesday was Sri Lanka’s Independence Day and the teams were invited to a Presidential function
It was 11.45pm last night when some of us journalists walked into the bar where we bumped into the India team celebrating the series win
Test cricket's slowest double-centurion
I don’t remember any of Brendon Kuruppu’s shots
Sunday evening on tour
What do the Indian players do on a Sunday evening during a tour
Sehwag sings and swings
The song Koi karta hoga mera intezaar (some one will be waiting for me) fills the air on a humid afternoon
Retired hurt but not out
The Ajith Perera story begins where it might have ended for him
It's all about timing
Key numbers jotted down during a joint press conference given by Mahela Jayawardene and Mahendra Singh Dhoni in Colombo
The information desk tells me the taxi fare to the hotel will cost me 2300 Sri Lankan rupees
Pietersen must embrace spin
'The England captain's blinkered view has not served his side well in the opening two one-day internationals in India,' says Mike Atherton in his piece in the Times .
Makarand Waigankar believes Yuvraj Singh is the ideal successor of Sourav Ganguly
God save me from bloody sissies!
V Ramnarayan dips into the past to write about his experiences of playing for Hyderabad Blues in foreign lands
The chinaman bowler from India
V Ramnarayan writes in his blog Stumped about Mumtaz Hussain, the Hyderabad spinner, who once cleaned up Sunil Gavaskar.
TE Srinivasan - the Lawrence of Madras
In his blog Stumped , V Ramnarayan writes on TE Srinivasan, another popular character from yesteryears
Writing in his column in Mumbai Mirror , Makarand Waigankar dwells on the treatement meted out to the former Indian senior players
When a Rajput ran away in fear or did he?
V Ramnarayan writes in his blog Stumped a lovely story involving Vijay Manjrekar, Raj Singh Dungarpur and Pataudi's stage-managed dacoity.
Patrick Smith takes a dig at the Australians after their capitulation in Mohali
The nephew of Tiger Pataudi
Writing in his blog Stumped , V Ramnarayan reflects on the unfulfilled talent of Saad Bin Jung , who as a 16-year old hit a fearless hundred against Malcolm Marshall and Vanburn Holder
Australia's unlikely cast reinforces weary T20 squad in India
28-Nov-2023 • 18 hrs ago•Andrew McGlashan
Deepak Chahar added to India's squad for last two T20Is against Australia
28-Nov-2023 • 10 hrs ago•Hemant Brar