• R Kaushik
  • THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT

    by R Kaushik
Ganguly-Shastri fracas does Indian cricket a disservice

Ganguly-Shastri fracas does Indian cricket a disservice

Both former captains would do well to heed Ajay Shirke’s sagacious words and end this street-fight minus the blows read more

It'll be the guiding hand of Anil bhai, not Anil sir

Insecurity is not a characteristic associated with India's new coach, who'll demand endeavour and unselfishness read more

The tricky task of selecting India's next coach

Jagdale and the Cricket Advisory Committee have been given very little time, but if anyone can get read more

Miles to go before Ashwin sleeps, as busy season beckons

India's leading bowler will relish the months of Test cricket lined up, even though his international read more

Gavaskar – forever the first in burgeoning Club 10,000

Topping Muralitharan’s mark of 800 Test wickets seems impossible, but the numbers in the elite run-making group will keep being bettered

MS Dhoni, and the beautiful and ugly circle of life

Write off the Indian limited-overs captain all you like, relegate him to the waste bin, but he still has lots to offer, and offering he certainly is

Yuvraj, Warner, and a hit-wicket epidemic

The sequence of Sunrisers batsmen falling to the infrequent mode of dismissal takes the mind back to more such comical, and often painful, occurrences

Kusal Perera - caught between j'accuse and justice

The overturning of his drug-related ban must come as huge relief, but what price the mental scars that being held guilty while innocent leaves?

A win! A win! My Orange Cap for a win!

You can't accuse Kohli of not leading from the front, but his Bangalore franchise has not followed in his footsteps

The lost anonymity of growing up as Dravid Jr

Young Samit is quite the destroyer and his illustrious father, while not making demands on him, knows his son will always face scrutiny

Dew diligence needed before India is pink-ball ready

BCCI must address many things if they want to make the Test-viewing experience a happy one – day-nighters aren’t the only solution

IPL – the convenient scapegoat for all of India’s ills

It would be great if taking the league out of Maharashtra helps the drought situation, but is that really likely to happen?

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