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Rain, shine or midnight, the show must go on

Rain, shine or midnight, the show must go on

From subair success to defending a sub-par total, Season 10 of the IPL had it all read more

Laxman, Dravid, Kumble – glorifying the game, and not just as cricketers

Given an opportunity to pass on their wisdom and expertise, these giants among men have gone at read more

Gayle, Warner or de Villiers? Some IPL all-time XI picks are easier than others

Kohli, Raina, Rohit and Dhoni are shoo-ins in a side that is fun to pick and read more

Form guide discouraging ahead of Champions Trophy defence

The Indian 15 has been a mixed bag at the IPL; happy memories and a change in read more

Gayle force waning, but the memories will stay on

Having entertained and enthralled for so many years, the giant Jamaican has little left to prove in the autumn of his career

Pollard, one short run, and the strange aspect of cricket’s laws

Had Mumbai Indians won the match after the Trinidadian’s sharp practice, debates invoking cricket’s spirit would have been inevitable

Respect, the bedrock of every great sporting rivalry

Sometimes, it is the words unsaid that make a greater impact; Pant will savour Raina’s consolatory pat as much as anything else

BCCI attitude towards Kumble & Co smacks of arrogance

India has no support staff except the head coach right now, and even he hasn’t officially been told if he will continue beyond the Champions Trophy

The Lost Boys and a New Hope

The success of West Indian fast bowlers at the Kensington Oval was a throwback to another era and cricket triumphing over power games

Busting 14.5 crore myths, the Stokes way

That there is more to Twenty20 cricket than just the loss of early wickets or monetarily weighting runs and wickets has again been emphatically proved

Touched by cricketing royalty, Greenidge was a work of sheer delight

The flamboyant opener would have been a massive T20 success; sadly, most of his beloved West Indians have gone AWOL from IPL 2017

Less of nastiness and ‘Nasty’, more of Gambhir please

The Romanian’s words and acts have lowered the discourse around sport, but the cricketer’s actions have elevated it

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