Sunil Gavaskar

To make India win keeps me going: Ashwin

To make India win keeps me going: Ashwin

Ace offspinner wins CEAT’s International Cricketer of the Year award, pats Washington for IPL exploits read more

Lara to deliver Cowdrey Lecture

West Indian legend will follow in illustrious footsteps at annual event at Lord’s on September 4 read more

Touched by cricketing royalty, Greenidge was a work of sheer delight

The flamboyant opener would have been a massive T20 success; sadly, most of his beloved West Indians read more

Champions Trophy decision expected on May 7

PRINT RUN: Gavaskar says India within rights to boycott, BCCI says players have been paid, van der read more

In Kohli, our best friends have a best friend

The Indian captain and Anil Kumble, among others, are the genuine packages, who do their bit for the less privileged without asking for publicity

Call it ‘Browned’ not ‘Mankaded’, says Gavaskar
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  • Apr 18, 2017

Former India captain says the jargon should be centred on the batsman who was at fault, and not the legendary bowler who ran him out

Rameez Raja's All-time XI

Courtesy Lord's Cricket Ground: Only one Pakistani in the former opening batsman’s dream team even as three Indians make the cut

Party time for Mumbai

Tendulkar, Gavaskar, Jayasuriya, Harbhajan and other players past and present as well as who’s who of Bollywood in attendance

Kohli shouldn't hold grudges, advises Mark Taylor

Dean Jones, David Lloyd also left unimpressed; Sunil Gavaskar says his respect for Steven Smith has gone up after the post-series apology

Kohli is India's hero and Australia's villain

PRINT RUN: Pitch chatter, Graham Gooch opens up about row with Pietersen, why women's cricket in Australia is ahead of the curve, and more

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

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 he helped change through his CHAMPS Foundation

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