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  • Shamya Dasgupta
  • JIMINY CRICKET

    by Shamya Dasgupta
The waning Gayle force – is there one hurrah left?

The waning Gayle force – is there one hurrah left?

The Universe Boss continues to rule the airwaves, but he hasn’t been a brutal destroyer of bowling attacks for a while now read more

Spinning Afghanistan to the forefront, the Rashid way

Not yet 19, the bubbly and energetic legspinner has already captured the imagination; the cricket world is read more

The dilemma over skipper Smith, and the Rashid-Nabi show

With marquee names missing, the IPL might have lost a bit of its sheen, but there is read more

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 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

Change to Mankading law most welcome

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

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

PSL in Pakistan: High risk, but what returns?

Sethi’s desire to take cricket back to his country is understandable, but there’s little to be achieved by ignoring the threat perception

A liberated Dhoni, whether he likes it or not

He's no longer captaining India's limited-overs side or Pune, but he's not finished as batsman by a long shot

The Hyderabad files: Biriyani, Noshir Mehta and a misplaced MBE medal

The encouraging attendances during the Bangladesh Test suggest that there is more to the city than just stories

The IPL fire that Kohli has stoked

Several England players will be keenly pursued at this year’s auction, with complete package Ben Stokes leading the way

Leave it to Fanattic Majumdar to take the plunge

The historian’s museum of Indian sporting memorabilia is exhaustive, but why is the sports ministry indifferent to preserving our heritage?

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