|March 24, 2009|
|South Africa-Australia rivalry gets bigger|
Barely two months after hmiliating defeats in their own backyard at the hands of same opponents, Australia travelled to South Africa and won the Test series there.
|March 18, 2009|
|Is Sehwag nearing his peak?|
Virender Sehwag is making strides towards greatness in Test cricket. He is fast bridging the gap between expected and actual results.
|March 09, 2009|
|IPL is not about national pride|
It is important that the government goes purely by the professional assessment and advice of the security bureaucracy in deciding whether the IPL should go ahead as scheduled. Unwarranted arguments such as "national pride" etc should not be allowed to indluence the decision, says .
|March 04, 2009|
|New Zealand needs to tame Sehwag|
Daniel Vettori will have come up with something new to curb Virender Sehwag's free-flowing stroke-play and array of shots when India and New Zealand clash in the second One-Day International in Wellington on March 6.
|February 16, 2009|
|Kiwis fall just short in Australia|
The Australians started the series as favorites, but a stirring show by the visitors put them on the backfoot after the first two ODIs. The wounded Kangaroos came back strongly, winning the next two outings at Sydney and Adelaide. Sadly, rain played spoilsport in the deciding ODI at Brisbane.
|January 08, 2009|
|All is not lost for England, just look at '81|
England should instead celebrate the fact that, among all speculation, intimation and finally confirmation, Kevin Pietersen made it absolutely clear that he wants to carry on as a player.
|December 29, 2008|
|Cricket in unchartered territory|
India first upset England's good work of the first three days riding on Sehwag's belligerence and Tendulkar-Yuvraj's calm association to chase 387, the highest on Indian soil. In less than a week, South Africa registered a historic win, chasing a Herculean 414 batting fourth and rocked the foundation of Australian supremacy.
|December 16, 2008|
|Sehwag set it up for India|
India chased a Herculean 387 runs in the fourth innings, riding on a blistering start by Sehwag and significant fourth-wicket stand between Yuvraj and Tendulkar, to win the first Test against England at Chennai on Monday.
|October 23, 2008|
|Australia lacks a quality spinner|
One down in the four-Test series, Australia captain Ricky Ponting will be under pressue to deliver in the third Test at the Ferozshah Kotla in Delhi.
|October 15, 2008|
|Bangalore draw a good advertisement for Test cricket|
India have lots of positive to take from the first Test against Australia in Bangalore. For most part of the contest, it was Test match cricket at its best, with all three results likely at start of Day 5.
|September 22, 2008|
|Subprime mortgages and cricket|
Post the real estate and financial markets crisis, the phenomenon of subprime is going to hit cricket, precisely the IPL.
|June 06, 2008|
|The innovative cricket league|
'By imaginatively innovating around some of these proven techniques from the likes of the NFL, the IPL can continue to innovate and enrich the franchisees and players, while creating a unique and exportable product as well.'
|April 22, 2008|
|Rahul, you beauty...|
After watching Rahul Dravid bat in the IPL Twenty20 match between Bangalore and Mumbai, the author offers some advice to the former India captain.
|March 07, 2008|
|Aussies weakened by Warne, McGrath's retirement|
Former Australia vice-captain and wicketkeeper , looking back on the just-concluded tour, says this Indian era should produce some real masters of the game with bat, ball as well as all-rounder status.
|January 14, 2008|
|Understanding the Australian|
He's very gracious when all is well, like when he is winning. But he's prone to jump in fright when someone stands up to him.
|December 31, 2007|
|Brett Lee warns Indian batsmen|
Australian pace spearhead Brett Lee on Monday warned it may get worse for Indian batsmen in the remaining matches of the series with pitches being more helpful for fast bowlers.
|December 25, 2007|
|Ponting refuses to underestimate India|
Refusing to underestimate the visitors, Australian captain Ricky Ponting gave India high ratings on all counts ahead of the Test series which gets underway on the Boxing Day in Melbourne on Wednesday.
|October 16, 2007|
|Shut up, Sree!|
I don't know about you, but speaking for myself, I am heartily sick of the amount of discussion and debate that currently centers around "mind games", writes .
|September 26, 2007|
|O, what a waste of time and money!|
I would be ashamed to spend so much valuable time on cricket round the year while living in country where 23 million people are almost beggars and where half of the population is earning little more than Rs 20 a day
|September 17, 2007|
|A case for two captains|
VVS Laxman as Test captain and Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the one-day captain seems to be the most logical way forward.
|April 24, 2007|
|Sabina Park pitch may suit the Kiwis|
I would be delighted if the Kiwis take on the mighty Australia in Saturday's final and avenge their latest loss, says Sir Richard.
|March 30, 2007|
|Blame BCCI, not the players|
If imports are good for other markets, why should cricket be an exception?, asks Srinivasa-Raghavan.
|March 27, 2007|
|Five reasons why India failed|
looks at the causes of India's debacle in the World Cup.
Form favours Australia
Australia, says , must be the hot favourites to win their fourth World Cup title (and third in a row) based on their demolition of South Africa, the number one rated team in the world.
|March 13, 2007|
|Time for a new world champion|
New Zealand's legendary all-rounder says it could be an uneasy time for all the major countries when they take on the lesser-rated teams in unknown conditions and are expected to win with ease.
|February 13, 2007|
|Is this an Indian or BCCI XI?|
Mohan Kalyanasundaram questions the rational behind the inclusion of players who don't merit a place in Indian team.
|January 29, 2007|
|Leave Tendulkar alone|
Sachin Tendulkar has played 14 games, at an average of almost 37, the best among all batsmen this season!
|January 15, 2007|
|Sehwag deserved to be dropped|
Former India cricketer Abbas Ali Baig says the selectors need to be congratulated for a pragmatic approach.
|January 08, 2007|
|Munaf was certainly a wrong choice|
Though India lost the ODI and Test series to South Africa, Allan Donald feels the visitors would be happy with the return to form of old warhorses such as Zaheer and Ganguly.
|January 03, 2007|
Sreesanth's South African jig, says Madhav Thambisetty, will contribute substantially towards endowing this Indian side with a spine and not a little spunk.
|December 22, 2006|
Darshak Mehta pays tribute to the leg spin ace Shane Warne.
|November 27, 2006|
|India can still turn things around|
After two defeats, India, says Allan Donald, must look to maximise its potential rather than look at the perfect picture.
|November 08, 2006|
|Adieu, my friend, Polly!|
I was very close to Polly. We were chums and indulged in a lot of leg pulling during our times together, says Chandu Borde.
|October 27, 2006|
|India needs to alter the method|
Former India captain Ravi Shastri says there are not enough Indian batsmen to pick the riches of Power Plays.
|October 06, 2006|
|Leave the genius alone|
Applaud not only the straight drive down the ground, says Gaurav Parab, but also the mistimed dismissal.
|August 29, 2006|
|Hair's approach was flawed|
Former India captain Ravi Shastri analyses the ball-tampering controversy during the Pakistan-England Test.