Rejuvenated Ninan determined to bury chequered past

His first-class career hit a roadblock in India for various reasons; now, the offspinner is targeting a return to action in Australia

From Kandahar to Derby, noughties boy Qadri is spinning a dream

Not yet 17, the Afghanistan-born offie has had a stirring first-class debut and is being talked up as the next big thing in the county circuit

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

Failure is a fearsome thing to have in the dressing room: Atapattu

Former Sri Lanka captain slams domestic structure, says he doesn’t intend to take long-term coaching contracts now

From Indo-Pak XI in 1996 to World XI in Pakistan – Azhar reflects

The former captain had led a combined team to Sri Lanka to ease security concerns about the country on the eve of the 1996 World Cup

Important to read the game
“Important to read the game”

Hardik Pandya: Rather than seeing it (batting at No. 4) as a challenge, I saw it as an opportunity to do something nice

All-round India win series
All-round India win series

Third ODI: Pandya does the trick in the end as Finch’s century goes in vain with Australia going down by five wickets

What makes a good coach? “No one particularly cares in China”

Simmons, Kirsten, Ford, Buchanan on the demands of success and the challenges of adapting in a tough job

Cricket and climate change: How green is your sward?

The sport has a moral responsibility towards the environment that has nurtured it over hundreds of years