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No cricketer has ever gone through a career without hurting a digit at least a half-dozen times
The team might be able to run itself on its own, but what is the emergency that has led us to this pass?
The pressing need to keep the game alive has to be balanced by existing ground realities in a volatile country
The English board’s handling of l’affaire KP reeks not just of mismanagement, but bias and arrogance
From sponsor name-dropping to chest-beating and talking up the home team, the experts need to tone down the hype
It can’t be easy for players to rework distinctive action; only early intervention can guard against future heartache
There’s no need to castigate Pollard for a harmless – and funny – prank; use the stick for serious offences
Whether it’s Sania-Saina or Sachin-Rahul, there is room to appreciate each without stacking them against the other
India’s World Cup 2011 hero is a fighter, but this time he has dwindling form and an outspoken father to contend with
Which is the greatest day in Indian cricket?