• Suresh Menon

    by Suresh Menon
Another supreme rap for the BCCI

Another supreme rap for the BCCI

By continuing to pay obeisance at the Srinivasan Court, the Indian Board has invited further embarrassment from the Supreme Court read more

A recipe for revolution

England and Australia may be keeping the Piper happy, but discontent will simmer into something more serious read more

Politicians, and their need of cricket

The power and influence that comes with being associated with cricket administration is too strong a temptation read more

New India makes its presence felt

A batting unit in transition finds leaders in Pujara and Kohli as old order gives way to read more

Mandela, the serene giant

For those part of the Friendship Series, India's first tour of South Africa, meeting him was undoubtedly the highlight

One for the grandchildren

The story of the 16-year-old who delivered on his promise of greatness will inspire countless retellings

A farewell to the nonsense too

On to the final farewell and, ironically, the lack of pressure could be the biggest test Tendulkar faces

Tendulkar, the moveable feast

Figures were only a small measure of the man. Of greater significance was the psychological effect of his batsmanship on the opposition

Afghanistan: A castle from ruins

The Afghan fairy tale needs an injection of higher levels of competition, maybe even a debut in Indian domestic cricket

Indian cricket must tap into Kumble’s spirit

A generational change and fresh possibilities alone will restore the credibility of the sport in the country

The spot-fixing bans are a good start

The task of restoring IPL’s credibility and cleaning up the game is not yet over

The inexplicable ways of the BCCI

The reason behind the decision to host a Test series against West Indies at the expense of a full tour of South Africa remains shrouded in needless mystery

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