Younis Khan found motivation thanks to surging crowds in the stadium - a valuable lesson for administrators
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Pakistan have ticked all the boxes for six straight days; Australia, ...
Too many sportsmen go too soon, could the Gods have been kinder?
Greed for runs and South Africa disappointment spoilt the last season, says Karnataka wicketkeeper-batsman
An Indian who played for Pakistan, threw his weight behind a revolution, courted controversy, and then walked away
Two new balls help bowlers, but bringing boundaries in must stop to provide better balance between bat and ball
Spinners rule the roost in wins for Pakistan and Bangladesh, while Amla continues on his ton-scoring spree
Fans jeering Moeen Ali was a perfect storm of groupthink, a manifestation of their fickle nature
Dilip D’Souza’s book on Sachin Tendulkar’s farewell match provokes thought more than it offers perspective
Pakistan’s specialist bowlers might have been international rookies, but they shut all escape routes for Australia
Saurashtra hero wants to fulfil the dream of winning the Ranji Trophy, which he couldn’t do as a player
Celebrate hard, but with caution
Royalty, cricket and the Cooch Behar story
Death of a cricketer
It will be awesome to come back into Indian team: Yuvraj
India must bring in Ishant for World Cup
Australia’s decline and a fitting reply by Younis
Managing mavericks: a much-needed art
The Pietersen saga: Whose line is it anyway?
Changes needed in mindset too
When India Conquered a Foreign Field
Another supreme rap for the BCCI
Sachin will always be the ‘Special One’