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December 23, 2005
Indian conditions did not help Murali
Good as the Indian spinners are, they appear better on Indian pitches. It has to do with the balls used in home matches as well as the pitches which are not rolled out hard and thus tend to play a bit up and down progressively.

December 20, 2005
Sourav deserves laudable farewell
Logesh C salutes the deposed India captain.

December 14, 2005
Not the way to treat Ganguly
What was the point in retaining Gautam Gambhir, who has scored just five runs in the three innings in the Sri Lanka series?

December 09, 2005
Muralitharan will be a threat
Sri Lankans have the firepower to rattle the Indians in Delhi, says Arjuna Ranatunga

December 07, 2005
Laxman is a proven Test performer
It is indeed strange to see a change in venue when the touring party is already in the third day of the first Test, says Arjuna Ranatunga.

December 01, 2005
Sri Lanka looking to salvage battered pride
Former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga says the Test series between India and Sri Lanka offers a window of opportunity to the youngsters in both sides.

November 30, 2005
Can Pawar do justice to his new job?
Anandaraj Gopal lists what the newly-elected BCCI chief needs to do.

November 30, 2005
Can Pawar do justice to his new job?
Anandaraj Gopal lists what the newly-elected BCCI chief needs to do.

November 30, 2005
Can Pawar do justice to his new job?
Anandaraj Gopal lists what the newly-elected BCCI chief needs to do.

November 29, 2005
Yuvraj has a star presence in one-dayers
He makes critical contribution in the field and with bat, not to forget his spin bowling which could be extremely handy in the 2007 World Cup, says Gary Kirsten.

November 23, 2005
'Tendulkar has one of the strongest minds'
I have no doubt the little man has it in him to reach perhaps the 500-match milestone, says former South Africa opener Gary Kirsten.

November 14, 2005
India must learn to respect its heroes
Sourav Ganguly's exclusion and the manner of it is unbecoming on the part of Indian cricket officialdom, says Arjuna Ranatunga.

November 10, 2005
'India is attacking at all costs'
It would be interesting to see how the rising power of India would match up to the best in days to come, says Arjuna Ranatunga.

November 07, 2005
Cricketonomics? Crickex?
What is it about the strike rates of 50 and 100 that makes so many batsmen achieve them so often.

India have allowed Sri Lanka an opening
The move to rest Tendulkar, Pathan and Harbhajan in the fifth ODI appeared cocky, says Arjuna Ranatunga.

November 04, 2005
India is raising the bar in every game: Ranatunga
In less than two days, Dhoni has moved ahead from Jaipur. Lesser mortals don't manage it in a lifetime, says Arjuna Ranatunga.

November 02, 2005
India's rise built on competition for slots
It is time to take note of a seriously good Indian team is in the making, says Arjuna Ranatunga.

October 30, 2005
'Suffused in Tendulkar's genius'
Former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga says the master batsman has lifted modern-day mediocrity with his sublime genius.

October 26, 2005
'Tendulkar is still the best'
Former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga says more than Tendulkar it was Pathan who took the game away from the visitors in the first ODI.

October 22, 2005
India anxious to test new cocktail
Despite losing the practice match against Mumbai, former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga is confident the tourists will do well in the seven-match ODI series against India.

September 29, 2005
Why Team India won't go to pieces
Is Indian cricket's immediate future in jeopardy? Not quite, says Abhishek Saxena

September 28, 2005
Indian cricket will surely pay!
'All that happened in Mumbai on Tuesday turned out to be a big attempt to escape the reality of today's Indian cricket team.'

September 26, 2005
Indian cricket: Sad & sickening state of affairs
'Chappell has spelled out the prevalence of an infectious disease that could paralyse the Indian team's very survival in the World Cup.'

September 16, 2005
Sourav's now an embarassment
'His disclosure that the coach had suggested that he abdicate the captaincy was in utter bad taste.'

September 05, 2005
Top order is the main concern for India
If the Indian top order stay for any length, they can make us pay dearly, says New Zealand fast bowler Shane Bond.

August 30, 2005
'I don't hate batsmen'
I would like to push home the advantage I have gained over the Indians from the first game, says Shane Bond

August 11, 2005
Ganguly best among current captains
Arjuna Ranatunga joins in the captaincy debate that's currently on in India.

August 10, 2005
Dhoni needs to adapt to pressure
There was hardly any change in India's pattern of play in the tri-series final, says Javagal Srinath. 'The Indians once again flattered to deceive and lost yet another final.'

India lacked planning
Former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga reflects on India's loss to Sri Lanka in the final of the tri-series tournament.

August 09, 2005
Finishing School for Team India
Madhav Thambisetty was witness to a novel coaching technique that has caught the fancy of India coach Greg Chappell.

August 08, 2005
Sehwag needs to be his carefree self
The Indians need to address quite a few issues if they want to seriously become a force in one-day cricket, says Arjuna Ranatunga.

August 06, 2005
Time Rahul, Sourav decided captaincy issue: Srinath
In the event of Rahul getting the captaincy, there will be not much change of equations in the side, says Javagal Srinath.

August 05, 2005
'Time to play a fifth bowler'
'It's time that the six Indian batsmen own up the extra responsibilities to accommodate the fifth crucial bowler,' says Javagal Srinath.

August 04, 2005
India's bowling was exploited
India lost the plot when Sri Lanka were just a whistle from being blown away

August 02, 2005
Sourav's return could shut doors for Laxman
Javagal Srinath applauds the showing of debutants Suresh Raina and Venugopal Rao in the tri-series.

August 01, 2005
India's balance was awry
Former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga was unimpressed with India's tactics in the tri-series match against the West Indies. 'They panicked,' he says.

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