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  • Saurabh Somani
  • PLAN B

    by Saurabh Somani
March 14, 2001: Laxman, Dravid, and the improbability of immortality

March 14, 2001: Laxman, Dravid, and the improbability of immortality

One day’s play, 90 overs, 335 runs; two men, and only two, batting – we’ll never see the like again read more

The DRS conundrum – whose line is it anyway?

The review system is a wonderful addition, but there are obvious kinks that need to be ironed read more

Can we have more bang for the buck in IPL 2018 auction?

Stokes's price tag left jaws dropping but player retentions, with CSK and RR back in the read more

Cricket, lovely Cricket, just stay the way you are

This is a relationship beyond a lifetime, and it isn’t dependent merely on the obvious need read more

Stirring the Mushtaq Ali Trophy pot

From state v state to its more convoluted format, the T20 tournament has undergone a sea change, but should it also not serve a purpose?

The Federer balm for the Tendulkar heartache

Nearly 18 years after the Indian maestro plunged us into gloom in Chennai, the Swiss ace offered unexpected Grand Slam deliverance

Five years of Wisden India Almanack: Like a Bedi for the T20 age

The tales are delightful, the quirkiness runs deep, the prose is beautiful, and while ageing, the work remains ageless

Kohli is full of masterclasses, on and off the park

With punishing bat and articulate tongue, India’s captain is going where few men have gone before; where he will end up is anybody’s guess

Does Dhoni owe an explanation? Yes and no

It’s his call, but the vanishing act – again! – from the former captain hardly helps the Indian cricket fan get any sort of closure

The cozy comforts of a domestic game

Other events might have relegated the Ishans and the Ishanks to the background, but nothing can take away the intimacy of a first-class fixture

In Bangar, the batsmen trust

With a heavy shoulder and a light touch, India’s long-serving batting coach has ticked all the boxes

The Chennai Declaration: Kohli’s logic made perfect sense

The Indian captain didn’t sacrifice the team cause for Karun Nair’s milestone – his beyond-the-boundary rationale was spot on

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