The fate of associate nations, the health of Test cricket and question of the Olympics are all on top of the mind as the ICC restructuring is complete
If the laws were followed, there would be no need to waste time and energy on spirit-of-the-game ...
The heroes of our youth cannot grow old
How different might those careers have turned out if they had been thrown in at the deep end instead ...
There is plenty of room for improvement, but cricket today is healthier than it was not so long ago
‘Enthusiast’ is just one word. It could just bring down the most powerful administration that cricket has seen
Forget Boca-River, Cowboys-Redskins and Yankees-Red Sox – an India-Pakistan cricket match is as intense as sport can get
With his career at a crossroads, both Suresh Raina and those that sit in judgment need a change in approach
If you picked a team across all three formats, only AB de Villiers would be chosen ahead of India’s newest batting lynchpin
As the IPL’s auction juggernaut rumbles on, the Mudgal Report raises many disturbing questions for which there are few satisfactory answers
The Big Three should have taken their cue from English football and the NFL, rather than Spanish football, which could soon ‘kill itself’
The proposed revamp of the ICC is little more than a gangster-ish attempt to hijack the sport
What contributed most to India's win over England at Lord's?