Having life ban lifted was like playing 100th Test: Azhar

Having life ban lifted was like playing 100th Test: Azhar

Former captain to attend India's 500th Test, credits BCCI for providing nurturing environment and turning side into world-beaters read more

The one that got away from Connor Williams

Despite Dalmiya’s best effort, the Centurion game that was the Baroda batsman’s only India appearance read more

Sehwag was a genius who changed Indian cricket: Kapil Dev

Former India captain picks his favourites – Test wins, batsmen and performances – and looks back on his special read more

Ten men, ten magnificent memories

The highlights of India’s journey to 500 Tests, narrated by those who made it all happen read more

An Indian XI for the ages

Gavaskar, Dravid, Tendulkar, Kapil, Kumble – an all-time line-up of breathtaking audacity

Gloom to glory: The resurrection years

In the aftermath of the fixing crisis emerged a league of extraordinary gentlemen, leaving the health of cricket in India at its best

Perfect Ten

From Dhaka to Hamilton, the experience of being groundside for an Indian Test win in every country

Ten to the power of Kumble

“You plot and plan dismissals, but no, I didn’t have a sixth sense,” says the man who created history at Feroze Shah Kotla with 10 for 74

CK Nayudu – The Iron Man of Indian Cricket

The Holkar legend was a stern disciplinarian, was as tough as they came, and played with grace, grandeur and bravado

I was there – the first Test match on Indian soil

"A special occasion" - the story of watching Nayudu and Jardine, Nissar and Nichols from a sofa at Bombay Gymkhana

The two great traditions

The clichés were established early in India’s Test journey, which has also been filled with glorious uncertainties

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