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Memories of Moin-ud-Dowla
Writing in his blog Stumped , V Ramnarayan offers more memories of playing in the Moin-ud-Dowla tournament.
Mohammad Akram interview
In a very candid interview with PakPassion.net , Mohammad Akram looks back on his career, talks frankly about the two Ws and speaks out on the demerits of the cricketing system in Pakistan.
The Gold Cup
V Ramnarayan dips into nostalgia as he writes about playing in the Moin-ud-Dowla Gold Cup in the 1970s
A tale of two umpires
Anand Philar recounts the stories of Sadanand Viswanath and Shavir Tarapore, who were the umpires in the Australia A v India A game in Bangalore
Pietersen: I won't be changing
In a freewheeling chat with Daily Telegraph 's Simon Hughes, Kevin Pietersen talks about his batting and says he won't change his style of play.
Day of mixed emotions and a skip to the loo
Billy Bowden, the umpire, shares his experience of officiating on the first day of the first Test between England and South Africa
Mendis creates magic but ICC mess up big time
In the Indian Express , Harsha Bhogle writes how Ajantha Mendis' marvellous bowling performance was the only silver lining in a week that saw the game suffering grievous wounds at the ICC meeting.
Azeem Rafiq 'just wants to play cricket'
Azeem Rafiq, the 17-year-old at the centre of Yorkshire's Twenty20 eligibility furore, is gutted and just wants to play cricket
Mendis is good but ...
Nari Contractor,who played Jack Iverson in 1953, believes Ajantha Mendis is similar to Iverson who could bowl off-break, leg-break and googlies without a change of action.But Contractor believes the Indian batsmen could have done much better than
Bye-bye Bomber, a sunny face of county cricket past
"The passing of radical bowler Bryan 'Bomber' Wells reveals how far old bonds of comradeship in cricket have declined," writes David Foot in the Guardian blog.
Windies players need to change their approach, says Dyson
John Dyson, the West Indies coach, has said that the West Indies players must realise that they have to curb the ‘natural West Indian way’ in order to achieve consistent success
Mendis? No problem, says Shukla
Anil Kumble says he was surprised how the Indian batsmen played Ajantha Mendis
How John Bracewell threw away the script
In the New Zealand Herald Dylan Cleaver lets rip against the recent New Zealand debacles.
An English rose who inspired
Writing in the Courier Mail , Robert Craddock shares his memories on the relationship between Glenn McGrath and his wife, Jane, who succumbed to cancer yesterday
The joy of six: cricket innovations
From games of Twisti-Twosti to scraps of tarpaulin, Lawrence Booth lists six moments of invention that really changed the sport.
How to pick a winning team
Shivani Naik, of the Indian Express , tracks the success story of the Rajasthan Royals
India's legends deserve more than to party alone
"The cricketers who won India's first World Cup in 1983 should be lauded not ignored by the BCCI," writes Dileep Premachandran in the Guardian blog .
Thuggery is no way to cricket paradise
Writing in the Guardian blog, Dileep Premachandran believes that Harbhajan's slap on Sreesanth may prompt a welcome change of attitude in Indian cricket.
Shoaib Malik not worried about playing in Hyderabad
Shoaib Malik, the Pakistan captain, has said he has no problem in playing seven IPL games in Hyderabad despite his dispute with an Indian family based in that city, who he has threatened to sue for defamation for alleging that he married their
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 • 11 hrs ago•Hemant Brar