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  • Dileep Premachandran
  • Dileep Premachandran

    Dileep Premachandran is Editor-in-chief at Wisden India. You can follow him on Twitter  @SpiceBoxofEarth
The BCCI empire will strike back, and it won’t be pretty

The BCCI empire will strike back, and it won’t be pretty

The ICC have pushed their new vision through and the Indian board aside with unseemly haste; the latest moves won’t be without repercussions read more

South Africa v West Indies – and a quarter century of divergence

Their Test fortunes have been in sharp contrast since April 1992, but for five days in Barbados read more

Younis and Misbah, the brick and the balm Pakistan needed

The veterans changed attitudes to their nation’s cricket, but before they bow out, there’s unfinished read more

Cricket coverage, and moving on from days of horse-and-buggy

As debate over where the game should be shown intensifies, it's important to listen to the T20 generation

Admire Virat’s ability to walk the talk: Richards

West Indian legend insists there is more to Indian captain’s aggression than confrontation, says he himself would have enjoyed the T20 format

Raina, the forgotten hero of India’s 2011 journey

Six years ago on March 30, his innings against Pakistan in the World Cup semifinal was almost as crucial as Tendulkar’s match-winning effort

At his pacy best, Tait made the heart sing

The highlights reel was not very substantial and frequently interrupted, but for those who watched the Wild Thing, he will be missed

Indian World Cup winces and the Hollioake grief

A life lost in 2002, a gulf exposed in 2003, a debacle in 2007 – some March 23 tragedies are greater than others

Remembering Woolmer, Dublin’s pretty girls, and songs to sing

It was on March 18, 2007, during the World Cup in the Caribbean, that tragedy struck cricket – all these years later, those 24 hours still seem surreal

Tendulkar, and the six centuries that got away

On the fifth anniversary of the hundredth hundred, a lookback at the times the little big man failed to get to the landmark

Worrell, and the memories that Eden conjures

Gone too soon at 42, the West Indies captain was among the rare ones whose life should still be celebrated today

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