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The cricket world finds itself at the crossroads, but perhaps the path does not lead to extinction
The proposed five-Test series with two games in India and three in South Africa would have been a fascinating experience, but not all things are meant to be
The propensity to look for juicy tidbits has resulted in the erection of invisible walls between the Indian journalist and the Indian player
Indian players might become the convenient target of an irate South African audience that feels let down by the BCCI
As the rest of the world prepares for his final Test, Tendulkar’s mother will watch him play for the first time
There is so much anger simmering under the surface – among fans, players and administrators – that it takes very little for emotions to boil over
Pietersen and his mates would do well to remember that there is a time and place for everything including answering nature’s call
His recent off-field antics may have invited derision but it is now that the jilted English spinner can do with some gentle support