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  • Dileep Premachandran
  • Dileep Premachandran

    Dileep Premachandran is Editor-in-chief at Wisden India. You can follow him on Twitter  @SpiceBoxofEarth
Indian World Cup winces and the Hollioake grief

Indian World Cup winces and the Hollioake grief

A life lost in 2002, a gulf exposed in 2003, a debacle in 2007 – some March 23 tragedies are greater than others read more

Remembering Woolmer, Dublin’s pretty girls, and songs to sing

It was on March 18, 2007, during the World Cup in the Caribbean, that tragedy struck cricket – read more

Tendulkar, and the six centuries that got away

On the fifth anniversary of the hundredth hundred, a lookback at the times the little big man read more

Worrell, and the memories that Eden conjures

Gone too soon at 42, the West Indies captain was among the rare ones whose life should read more

World awaits the second coming of Cummins

Injury-prone Australian pacer, who is in line for a Test comeback in Ranchi after close to six years, adds X-factor to the game

Johri, Sutherland deserve praise for defusing ‘Reviewgate’

Before the Ranchi Test, Richie Richardson should make it clear to Kohli and Smith that the Bangalore nonsense won’t be tolerated

An evening of hope, as much as glamour

For the cricketers and by the cricketers, the BCCI Awards will hold special significance for Abhishek Sharma, as also veterans Rangaswamy, Shivalkar and Goel

BCCI take up Smith issue with ICC

Indian board unhappy with Chris Broad, the match referee, for telling an Australian newspaper that the incident was an isolated one

Smith says banter, Kohli breathes fire

Indian captain hits back at Ian Healy jibe while Australian skipper takes middle path about verbals on the field

“Never stopped trying” – Kohli lavishes praise on bowlers

Indian captain admits to being surprised by the margin of victory, says he thought it would be closer than 75 runs

Disappointing defeat, but proud of how we competed, says Smith

Australian captain acknowledges miscommunication in not reviewing Shaun Marsh’s dismissal, with his “Go” misinterpreted by the batsman

The ‘C’ word – Kohli’s restraint more deafening than rooftop-screaming

Smith says looking in the direction of the dressing room on being ruled leg before was a brain fade; tell me another, retorts his Indian counterpart

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