Will Anil Kumble’s corporate suit avatar blacken his glittering cricketing whites?
The BCCI has been coddled with many privileges, and no accountability. The RTI Act might change that.
The Rawalpindi Express, on his autobiography Controversially Yours
Our bruised cricketers jump into T20; the BCCI must preserve them for national duty
The Rawalpindi Express clarifies that he never actually said that Sachin Tendulkar was scared of him: 'I did...
Onfield bumbling and tired bones begat bloodied noses—much of this is payment for IPL’s cash
Gavaskar’s attempt to make amends is drowned by calls for a clean-up, forcing the Centre to take note, and...
Criminality? Elitism? Erosion of authority? Britain really shouldn’t have been shocked.
Well left! Why do Gavaskar and Shastri, Indian cricket’s trusty duo, board up on honest opinion?
Lord’s diagnosis: old legs, official hauteur bode ill for the future
Tempered over years, it’s ideal that Indian cricket burns brightest at its 100th Test versus England
The man who led India to its historic first-ever series wins over the West Indies and England on their own...
Indian cricket graduated with honours 40 summers ago, in 1971
Many abhor the way BCCI rules the world of cricket: with self-absorbed mercantilism
Many wrongs have all but condemned West Indies cricket to perdition
A batsman’s game cricket has always been, but its rules have never skewered bowlers more
The World Cup win is as much the story of small-town India’s rise as it is of Dhoni’s XI
Team India deserves the accolades, but crucial work awaits attention at the nation’s cricketing vitals
Shahid Afridi’s remarks against India and Indians are offensive, but we need not take umbrage at them. We...
A resurgent India bests the Aussies in a frenetic quarter-final