Four for the price of five – a thorny bargain

Four for the price of five – a thorny bargain

For the truncated version of Test cricket to work, it must preserve as much of the essence of the game as possible read more

Heed Yuvraj’s message, make this a clean Diwali

Noise at a stadium has been an integral part of watching cricket in India, but cricketers speaking read more

Nehra’s last waltz, and the fadeaway of the Class of the 90s

Even as their ilk rapidly goes out of circulation, Gayle, Herath & Co keep the flag of the read more

New-look Ranji Trophy still in need of a facelift

The absence of a ‘weaker group’ could make for an interesting season, but there remain creases that read more

Learning to appreciate Hardik Pandya

He arrived on the scene with a lot of bling and promise, but while the bling’s still there, it’s now his performances that people speak of

Too good, but not good enough – the Rahul white-ball quandary

Jadhav and Pandya are the flavours of the season, but if the Karnataka batsman is indeed a part of the larger picture, he cannot be left hanging

Triggered by the Twenty20 revolution, Ten10 is a step into the unknown

Ten overs an innings seems a little too ambitious; time alone will tell if this latest format captures the imagination

Fake or flake? Reward intelligence, don’t punish it

The mandarins have missed a trick by introducing the 'fake fielding' rule; it will take the fun element out of the game

A welcome way to combat white line fever

Players have got away with borderline behaviour because umpires weren’t empowered; not anymore, thanks to revamped Law 42

The Stokes Files: What price, Ben?

The outrageously talented England allrounder is no stranger to trouble; for his own sake, he must learn to channel his aggression

Fair or unfair, Arjun Tendulkar has no escape from surname-pressure

The starkids have everything laid out on a platter, but they’ll also have to deal with people waiting to pounce on every failure

Ignorance is not bliss in Gowtham’s case

All the offspinner can do - after missing final day of Duleep Trophy game with typhoid and appearing in KPL two days later - is come clean and apologise

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