Sprightly nonagenarian travels down memory lane with tales of Nayudu, Merchant and Trueman
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Over the years, with patience and skill in equal measure, the Kerala opener has become the batting mainstay of his team
Kerala slip from 278 for 3 to 302 all out; hosts extend lead to 186 before close of play on the third day
Opening batsman scores unbeaten 84 after medium pacers pick up six J&K wickets for 65 runs in the morning
If his cricketing ambitions don’t work out, the Jammu & Kashmir batsman might just fall back on the corporate career he has chucked up
Kerala’s decision to stick the opposition in backfires as home side finished Day One on 312 for 4
After several eye-catching Twenty20 performances, Samson has started making rapid strides in the longer format too
Seamer-friendly pitch likely as Kerala take on Jammu and Kashmir, with both sides eyeing outright wins
While both players are known to dominate, the English batsman has stolen a march over the Jamaican on several fronts
Empathy, respect and Clarke
Ishant makes his own luck
Kohli and the no-blindfold generation
WACA and the Ambrose experience
South African cricket: history and numbers
Time to give Ireland its due
It’s not just about the results
Mandela, the serene giant
Sachin will always be the ‘Special One’
The orgy of nationalism
Putrid pitches make for low quality Ashes
What is the key to India doing well in the Tests against South Africa?