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Ganguly and Dravid livened up a dreary passage of play during the first Test with good-natured byplay, while others have had a mischievous go at Binny
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Prasanna and Kirmani were at their expansive best on an evening of fun and reminiscences
To us cricketer-crazy Indians, Tendulkar is less man and more God; hence the stunned reactions to Sharapova’s harmless answer
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An exit in a blaze of glory, be it for Spain, Federer or Tendulkar, is a thing more of fancy than fact
The genesis of some stunning team performances globally lies as much in the planning as in the personnel
What contributed most to India's win over England at Lord's?