• Saurabh Somani
  • PLAN B

    by Saurabh Somani
Tendulkar v Lara, and the mystique of 17

Tendulkar v Lara, and the mystique of 17

Watching Darren Bravo in Dubai, it was easy to think back to the West Indies legend’s 153 not out, but it ended up being read more

The bowling Bradman that Ashwin is fast becoming

Through sheer weight of numbers, the offspinner is continuing to silence the shrillest of critics read more

The 15-day gap: Here’s one way to solve it

Reducing the timeframe of the IPL and thus having more sensible lead-in and lead-out times read more

Caught in a time warp, Kanpur can win you over with its charm

It wasn’t the ideal venue for India’s 500th Test, but the city hit the spot read more

One season, 13 Tests, many reasons to join the party

From the star to the fringe player, the administrator to the fan to the scribe, there’s something over the next few months for everyone

A Monday to forget for Stuart Binny

The affable allrounder has always had a phlegmatic approach to life, but even he would have been shaken by the triple setbacks

The domestic rigmarole – tireless, tiring trips into the unknown

With the Ranji Trophy having gone neutral and home advantage out of the window, it is time to stack up the air miles

A drop of sunshine, a cloud of gloom

The outfields at the Queen’s Park Oval and Kingsmead could have done with the Midas touch that has become a de Villiers speciality

The pain of finishing fourth, the joy of being the fourth best

Dipa Karmakar’s performance in Rio shows that despite all its great powers, sport can be a cruel mistress at times

Meet Ronald Grump, the new BCCI president

Riding high on the Make IPL Great Again campaign, The Ronald is determined to make Indian cricket grate again

When Sehwag meets Gunda it's twice the genius

Once rogue and daringly brave at the crease as India's flamboyant opener, he's as refreshingly unabashed with his one-liners

Seeking out the terrace for a hit and a laugh

You don’t always need a true surface and a lush green outfield to enjoy a game of cricket, as the WTCL has reiterated

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