• Anand Vasu
  • BAT ON REGARDLESS

    by Anand Vasu
Manohar’s second innings, anything but a glorious stint

Manohar’s second innings, anything but a glorious stint

As thankless as being an administrator is, few people will be unhappy to see the BCCI president demit office read more

The player-media disconnect: No end in sight

Intended originally to be informative and educational, press conferences have degenerated into cliché-driven exercises read more

When Ian Bishop Mankaded a journalist

An email from the West Indies legend triggers reflection and brings about a change of heart on read more

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 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, not justice

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

No-hit, can-hit or will-hit: Who is the real Rohit?

Backed to a fault by a succession of captains and coaches, the gifted Mumbaikar is yet to crack the Test code

Meeting, and touching, their heroes

The UNICEF-Delhi Daredevils initiative empowers disadvantaged adolescents in rural Chhattisgarh

Why do we play sport?

From Simon Barnes to Joe Vigil, the greatest in different fields have understood that the closer you get to the reason you love the game, the more you will get out of it

Kartik: The man who didn’t realise how special he was

The left-arm spinner who should have played a lot more for India exited the game in the same manner as he had played it – on his own terms

Big Three v Small Seven not the end of the world

The cricket world finds itself at the crossroads, but perhaps the path does not lead to extinction

The Gandhi-Mandela Trophy that never was

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

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