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By speaking for causes, the Tendulkars and Kohlis can make a difference

By speaking for causes, the Tendulkars and Kohlis can make a difference

As Abhinav Mukund showed with a deeply personal issue that’s also a larger critical concern, it matters when celebrities raise issues read more

Survival of the fittest – yo-yoing between skills and six-packs

Should you pick the talented man with iffy fitness or the supreme athlete with suspect ability? Modern- read more

Ripping off the Yuvraj band-aid doesn't hurt that much

In an all-time Indian ODI XI, he'd swagger into the middle-order, but his exclusion read more

A South Asian aroma to widen cricket’s shrinking boundaries

ECB’s efforts to reach out to the community are laudable; perhaps India and Pakistan can also read more

Cricket in Sri Lanka without rain? Oh, the blasphemy!

The heart yearns to see an army of ground staff keep the pitch and the entire outfield safe, but clear skies have played spoilsport

Olympian in ODIs v Titan in Tests: the choice before AB de Villiers

If the South African legend does return to the longest format and turns up consistently, his side has much to gain

Bolt’s 9.95 or Don’s 99.94 – the perfect finish is not about the imperfect farewell

Sportspersons struggle to judge their sell-by date, but unlike Tendulkar and Kapil, Bolt got that right

Tiding over injuries, the KL Rahul way

There's much to admire about a young man who sees each day on the outer as an opportunity lost

Better Ranji structure welcome – how about better pay too?

An elite domestic player in India stands to earn a maximum of Rs 10 lakh in a year; Ganguly and Harbhajan are right – that needs to change

Nurture grass roots to get the women IPL-ready

India's female cricketers too have been failed by the system, but if focus shifts from men-only to the sport as a whole, change will come

No subtitles, please: Pradeep's delight and Inzamam's quips are lost in translation

A majority of Asian players are less at home in English and more in their mother tongues, but therein lies the charm

If genetics is king, where's Saif Ali Khan the cricketer?

The blatant nepotism in the case of Jaydev Shah shows that variety is the spice of cricket, not genes

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