Sunil Gavaskar

Technique and temperament – Gavaskar explains what makes Pujara tick

Technique and temperament – Gavaskar explains what makes Pujara tick

A narrowed stance and a calm demeanour has helped India’s No.3 bat long and big, says former opener read more

Wish comes true for Bhengra, an honour for Gavaskar

On the sidelines of the Ranchi Test, the former Indian opener met the hockey hero, whose life read more

The Steven Smith-shaped pain in India's rear end

His batting won't get oohs and aahs, but the Australia captain is effective and knows how read more

From Monkeygate to Reviewgate

Australia's unlucky 87, Viv Richards celebrates a birthday, and India's amazing fightback read more

What ‘Sachin... Sachin’ means -- Tendulkar opens up

Maestro reflects on the moment when the idea of retirement first occurred to him, and what the second innings has in store for him

The Million-Dollar Englishmen

PRINT RUN: The world reacts to the big-bucks deals at the IPL auction, Afghan duo is overwhelmed, leave of absence for Kiwis, Wade’s challenge, and more

Perth hundred lifted me, I started recognising myself: Tendulkar

Exactly 25 years to the day since that mesmeric 114, maestro skips down memory lane and relives the innings that changed his thinking

Who will represent BCCI at ICC meeting?

PRINT RUN: India seek turnaround against England, Gavaskar calls BCCI’s systems fair, Inzamam wants one captain for all formats, and more

A plan to get Kohli

PRINT RUN: BCCI's self-destruct mode, India's Under-19 hopes, the Kapil Dev legend, and a Kolpak explainer

Keeping diaries, hoarding books, and topping Ranji run charts: All in a season's work for Panchal

The Gujarat opener who once had trouble stringing sentences together is stringing centuries and making everyone take note

Gaekwad, Sehwag, and the short-sighted brigade

Time was when players wearing glasses - of the non-Oakley variety - weren't necessarily the anomaly that they have become now

Kohli-Ashwin: More Ponting-Warne than Tendulkar-Kumble

Comparisons are fun, but clones are boring – in their public personas, today’s Indian duo is more ‘out there’ than their predecessors

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