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The 95-run victory over England at Lord’s was the first since 1989 without any of Tendulkar, Dravid, Laxman, Kumble or Ganguly
Bangar says new generation is a clearly hungry one and has made an early start in the first phase of the transition after the retirement of past greats
Calling Ishant Sharma “a great talent”, Indian legend says the Lord’s victors should enjoy the moment but not get too carried away
Tendulkar had spoken to his Mumbai teammate about the value of a Test hundred, and at Lord’s Rahane ticked a box even his idol hadn’t
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The story of cricket might well have been different if India had not won at Lord’s in 1983
A statistical look at India at Lord’s, not the happiest of hunting grounds when it comes to Test cricket
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
The grace of the average Brazilian supporter in defeat should stand as an example – sport is, after all, not a matter of life and death
It was during our chat that I realised preparation for every battle was as crucial to success at the top as natural ability
Was MS Dhoni right to publicly criticise the verdict on Ravindra Jadeja?