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Is Keemo Paul in for a lifetime of regret?

Is Keemo Paul in for a lifetime of regret?

The West Indian teenager’s move to Mankad the batsman has reopened the debate on Spirit of Cricket, without which the sport would be poorer read more

Cricket needs Amir’s rehabilitation to work

Reformed Pakistan pacer can be an example to youngsters, showing him the door would've been retribution, read more

2015 in review: The roar of the Tiger, the fall of the mighty

While Bangladesh stacked up home wins and Root set stall for England, Ashwin’s rise was India’ read more

Not vindictive? Chennai blacked out in Manohar reign

Chepauk allotted only four women’s games during the World T20 2016, none of which will be read more

The conflict of Manohar

BCCI and ICC chief might have to pay the price for merely making the right noises and pretending all will be well

A win that made Kohli go from smouldering to smiling

There was no hint of the angry young man when India's captain dealt with googlies and savoured a 3-0 series win

Zen and the art of South Africa’s blockathon

"It is quite unnatural for batting. But when it is done, you kind of appreciate the determination shown," says Amla

Ashwin, Yadav break down spirited resistance

India climb to No. 2 in Test ranking after 337-run win at the Kotla sets up 3-0 series triumph

Amla leads dour South African fightback

After Rahane’s second hundred of the game, visitors stonewall to 72 for 2 in 72 overs chasing 481 for victory

Just another higgledy-piggledy day at the DDCA

A botched soiree on Day 3 shows that politics of a different kind trumps cricket at the Kotla

India lead by 403 after Kohli, Rahane wrest control

Little goes South Africa’s way after early strikes from Morne Morkel as hosts end Day 3 on 190/4 in second innings

Seam, swing, turn – Rahane has mastered it all

“I just wanted to stay blank, just play one ball at a time” – Kotla centurion reveals the secret of his latest succes

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