VVS Laxman

Pujara and Saha: Playing for each other

Pujara and Saha: Playing for each other

The pair hauled India out of a tricky situation and put them in a position of strength, grinding Australia into submission along the way read more

Which pitch?

Throwback to that Laxman-Dravid partnership at Eden Gardens, Michael Vaughan turns football pundit, pitch talk heats read more

March 14, 2001: Laxman, Dravid, and the improbability of immortality

One day’s play, 90 overs, 335 runs; two men, and only two, batting – we’ll never read more

Worrell, and the memories that Eden conjures

Gone too soon at 42, the West Indies captain was among the rare ones whose life should read more

The sun is rising for Hyderabad boys Siraj and Agarwal

Both 22-year-olds are talented prospects for whom playing for their 'home' franchise in the IPL makes the dream sweeter

16 years on, Pandya and the embrace of greatness

In 2001, against Steve Waugh’s Australians in a warm-up game, it was VVS Laxman’s India A that set in motion the events of the decade that followed

Sachin Tendulkar's much awaited announcement

India celebrate another Test win, Ashwin's tips to Mehedi Hasan, Superman Root takes over captaincy, and more

Review: The one-percenters that go a long way

Dean Jones’ Cricket Tips will enrich the education of every cricketer, established and aspiring

De Villiers has earned the right to choose his exits

With few peaks left to scale in Test cricket, and the World Cup a burning ambition, the South African stalwart’s focus on 2019 is not misplaced

Ranji Trophy Memories: Vijay Bharadwaj

A first-class debut most unmemorable, writing to stay occupied after retirement, and the great day for Karnataka cricket in Nairobi

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

The cozy comforts of a domestic game

Other events might have relegated the Ishans and the Ishanks to the background, but nothing can take away the intimacy of a first-class fixture

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