The most durable batsman of his generation has given convention the go-by, but is none the less effective for it
Pope Francis’s influence in the Christian world could well help ...
Shantanu Sugwekar had a stellar career with Maharasthra, and has no ...
Into its sixth season, the franchise-based T20 competition still hasn't ...
Like Compton, Botham and Flintoff, de Villiers too is a versatile athlete who could so easily have been lost to cricket
From a reluctant starter goaded to practice by his father, to making his international debut at 20, the left-arm spinner has come a long way
The left-hand battler burst onto the scene as one to watch out for, and deserves an extended run in the Australian side
Despite a submerged ground and life-threatening experiences, cricketers from the state are optimistic about the coming season
Despite affordable ticket prices, there is very little excitement ahead of Kings XI Punjab’s first game
Impact numbers identify IPL champions Kolkata as the dark horse
A sparse domestic and international calendar throws up questions of how the BCCI is running the women’s game
Raipur has shown that there’s a goldmine of a fan base waiting to be tapped in smaller Indian centres
The ambivalence over chucking
When booing hits close to home
The shorter formats suit India
Highs, lows and records from CLT20
Wodehouse, from the nineteenth hole
Imperative to get the joy back into the game
Changes needed in mindset too
Sublime to ordinary – the decline of West Indies
Why do we play sport?
When India Conquered a Foreign Field
Another supreme rap for the BCCI
Sachin will always be the ‘Special One’