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Call it ‘left-arm legspin’ – it’s the right thing to do

Call it ‘left-arm legspin’ – it’s the right thing to do

The word Chinaman has racist origins, and in a game that has seen so many changes, it shouldn’t be that hard to get rid read more

Dharamsala, the latest entrant into cricket’s drop-dead gorgeous club

Nature’s unalloyed beauty and man’s desire to maximise a god-given gift have given rise read more

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 read more

Big Three central to Bangladesh's brick-by-brick progress

Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan have been at the heart of improved Test performances read more

Dhoni and Ranchi, Ranchi and Dhoni – an affair to celebrate

The aura around the city’s favourite son hasn’t diminished one bit despite the clock winding down on his storied career

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

March 14, 2001: Laxman, Dravid, and the improbability of immortality

One day’s play, 90 overs, 335 runs; two men, and only two, batting – we’ll never see the like again

Change to Mankading law most welcome

Restricting bat sizes is merely window dressing though, with most other factors still in the batsmen's favour

A Bedi-Viswanath heart-to-heart, and breathing rarefied air

The BCCI Awards night was a gathering of so many runs, wickets and memories, those in attendance had to pinch themselves to remind that it wasn't a dream

An evening of hope, as much as glamour

For the cricketers and by the cricketers, the BCCI Awards will hold special significance for Abhishek Sharma, as also veterans Rangaswamy, Shivalkar and Goel

The DRS conundrum – whose line is it anyway?

The review system is a wonderful addition, but there are obvious kinks that need to be ironed out; justice must not be sacrificed at the altar of respect

Sense and sensitivity – meet torchbearer Pinto

Speech and hearing impairment has been no deterrent, never mind if a place in the ‘regular’ team is elusive

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