• R Kaushik

    by R Kaushik
Easy to delete a tweet, tougher to put the fire out

Easy to delete a tweet, tougher to put the fire out

Kohli’s statement in the Port of Spain press conference was a powerful one, but suggestive that things did happen in the dressing room read more

Dhoni’s guiding wisdom in Kohli’s team

The former captain’s wealth of experience has been gladly offered to his successor and as graciously read more

Djokovic to de Villiers – the greats humbled by the power of zero

The number, and everything it meant, bound together tennis and cricket stars; for some of them, it read more

Kohli v Kumble: Ganguly & Co left in the lurch

Having set the precedent of letting players have a say in coach selection, the BCCI seems happy read more

The hunt for India’s coach begins again, but why exactly?

The Tendulkar-Laxman-Ganguly recommendation that Kumble be appointed for three years should have been enforced without going through the rigmarole again

Laxman, Dravid, Kumble – glorifying the game, and not just as cricketers

Given an opportunity to pass on their wisdom and expertise, these giants among men have gone at it with commitment and a sense of purpose

Pollard, one short run, and the strange aspect of cricket’s laws

Had Mumbai Indians won the match after the Trinidadian’s sharp practice, debates invoking cricket’s spirit would have been inevitable

BCCI attitude towards Kumble & Co smacks of arrogance

India has no support staff except the head coach right now, and even he hasn’t officially been told if he will continue beyond the Champions Trophy

Less of nastiness and ‘Nasty’, more of Gambhir please

The Romanian’s words and acts have lowered the discourse around sport, but the cricketer’s actions have elevated it

In Kohli, our best friends have a best friend

The Indian captain and Anil Kumble, among others, are the genuine packages, who do their bit for the less privileged without asking for publicity

Celebrating the better half

Whether it is Mirka Federer, Danielle de Villiers or Ongler, elite sportsmen have much to thank their partners for

In Dhoni’s conduct is a lesson for prima donna Paes

In making a sad spectacle of himself, the Indian tennis hero has totally exploded the ‘team-man’ and ‘country before self’ persona he once had

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