The former India captain might have sometimes felt the accolades were too much, but he sure is in the minority
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From VVS Laxman to Rayudu and Binny, tangible recognition of performances provide a pleasant afterglow
Watson is in the middle of a rough patch, but the big allrounder is capable of bouncing back
It’s difficult to believe our idols could also have idols, but that’s exactly what Jaisimha was to Gavaskar
Cricket’s oldest showdown has rung in changes while retaining the old, but the grass Slam remains obstinate
In the Sky Sports ‘We didn’t start the fire’ promo is a lesson in hyping an event with good taste and good sense
West Indian legend’s autobiography shines light on just how good Boon was in a team slowly scaling the heights
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It might be just ODI wins at home, but the youngest Test team has started to play without the fear of failure