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According to an editorial in the Business Standard , the IPL is a safe bet for the team franchises and the real test would be for the broadcasters.
Fleming's achievement was to fuse difficult personalities
Writing in the New Zealand Herald , Adam Parore offers his tributes to his former team-mate and skipper Stephen Fleming.
The many faces of Twenty20
In the Australian the columnists Patrick Smith and Mike Coward have different views on the growth of Twenty20
Red Hot Symmo Meter
Outlook 's Rohit Mahajan profiles Andrew Symonds: Very melting-pot, very Aussie
Kumble - the real hero
"Anil Kumble is to Indian cricket what the house of Tatas is to Indian business ethos
Hayden the bananabender
Writing in the Sydney Morning Herald Peter Roebuck dwells on the coming together of the old firm - Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist - and their effect on the opposition.
Kasprowicz - one of the most likeable men in the game
In the Courier Mail Robert Craddock looks back at the career of Michael Kasprowicz.
Can TV make money from IPL?
India Today's Sharda Ugra analyses the money flow of the Indian Premier League.
How The World Turns
Writing in the Outlook , Brian Stoddart believes the whole Harbhajan-Symonds saga throws up "some serious questions about the nature and mental attitude of the Australian game in dimensions running from the on-field approach through the game's
Lee - The fast action hero
Peter Roebuck, writing in the Sydney Morning Herald , picks Brett Lee as the unsung hero of the spicy series.
Revealed: Aussies' mission statement
Michael Jeh writes a tongue-in-cheek take on Australia's Spirit of Cricket in the Mid Day
When Ponting let the crisis happen
"If Australia skipper Ricky Ponting had shown a little more sensitivity, an iota of the maturity that his opposite number from India has shown and perhaps, an understanding of the implications of what he was doing, there may have been no crisis in
It is about justice, not world domination
"No sooner does India protest some gross inequity, than some bloke ..
Welcome to Australia
Sharda Ugra takes a hilarious potshot at a section of the Australian media
Lou Vincent's life ban revised, allowing him to return to domestic cricket
India's road to the T20 World Cup is paved with tough questions and options
Warner dead-bats Johnson's views: 'Everyone's entitled to their own opinions'
08-Dec-2023•AAP and ESPNcricinfo staff