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Pujara's Purple Patch
Pujara has returned from the West Indies a stronger, more confident and more determined batsman
Oct 08, 2016
The Rise And Rise Of R. Ashwin
Hardly does an Indian win go without Ashwin contributing with the ball. And sometimes with the bat as well.
Oct 07, 2016
Max Walker, Who Complemented Lillee And Thommo
Walker, who could be tirelessly hostile and enthusiastic, was quite a character
Oct 05, 2016
Hanif Mohammad, The Original Little Master
Hanif became a national hero and turned cricket in Pakistan from the preserve of the educated elite into the mass sport
Aug 12, 2016
Edhi, A Sufi Saint At The Ambulance Wheel
‘I am a man of emergencies, I need to be on the move, to be where the suffering is,’ Edhi told the BBC after the US immigration confiscated his passport in 2008.
Jul 11, 2016
Neil O'Brien, Calcutta's Quizmaster
Organised quizzing had seldom been conducted in India until O’Brien held an open formal quiz competition in a small church hall in Calcutta in 1967.
Jun 25, 2016
Amjad Sabri, Qawwal Extraordinaire
His father was a hard taskmaster, and would wake Amjad up at 4 am for the pre-dawn riyaz of the raag Bhairon.
Jun 23, 2016
Inder Malhotra, One Of India's Finest Editors
Courage of convictions, forthright views and guts to express them fearlessly
Jun 13, 2016
Manohar Aich: The Father Of Indian Bodybuilding
A rigorous teetotaler, he never allowed pressure to get the better of him
Jun 12, 2016
Muhammad Ali, Boxer, Black Supremacist
Ali was forceful, frightening and fearless, a rebel with a cause.
Jun 06, 2016
Take Him Out The Next Day
Pujara, adept at both attack and defence, is staying at the crease
Mar 18, 2013
Jul 18, 2005
Jul 18, 2005
When You Get Hitched By The Tube
Oct 04, 2004
India has had nine wicketkeepers in the last seven years. Why are we so stumped over this key position?
Mar 08, 2004
Meet Chhote Nizam
Ambati Thirupati Rayudu, pint-sized dynamo, may be our next Hyderabadi pearl
Feb 02, 2004
'Why Me? I'm Not Guilty'
In three separate conversations with Haresh Pandya last week, Abhijit Kale expressed his bewilderment:
Dec 08, 2003
The Truth, Not Out!
Something about the Abhijit Kale affair doesn't make sense. Is he a victim?
Dec 08, 2003
The Fast And Furious
With a surfeit of pacers blossoming, Gujarat resurrects a long-gone tradition
Dec 01, 2003
The Blind Spot
S. Ramesh is left out of the team, again. So much for fair selection!
Oct 20, 2003
How Pakistan's Efforts To Internationalise Kashmir Issue Fell Flat At UN
Landline Services Partially Restored, Restrictions On People's Movement Eased In Kashmir
'Entirely An Internal Matter With No External Ramifications': India After UNSC Meet On J&K
Fire On 1st, 2nd Floor Of Delhi AIIMS Brought Under Control
VIDEO: Jofra Archer Bouncer Fells Steve Smith
On India's 73rd Independence Day, A Letter to Pehlu Khan
The Valley Has Fallen Into Rigor Mortis
BBC, Northern Ireland, And Kashmir – Where Shekhar Kapur Got It Wrong
Euphoria On Abrogation Of Article 370 Is Wearing Off, Only Time Will Tell Full Meaning Of This Move
The Little Sleep I Get Is Filled With Nightmares About Home: Kashmiri Living In Delhi On J&K
UAPA A Tool Of Repression, The Amendment Just Makes It Worse
'...Thirst For Violence': Pakistan's Reaction To Rajnath's 'No First Use' Nuclear Policy Remark
Arun Jaitley's Condition 'Critical', Amit Shah, Yogi Adityanath Visit AIIMS
WATCH: India's UN Envoy's Gesture Towards PAK Journalists Draws Friendly Laughs
'Shattered' By District Court Verdict, Pehlu Khan's Family Hopes For Justice
PHOTO: MS Dhoni Plays Cricket With Kids In Leh, Picture Goes Viral
Deepa Joins Bajrang For Khel Ratna Award, Jadeja Among 19 For Arjuna
Great Scope To Further Improve Economic, Cultural Ties Between India, Bhutan: PM Modi
Sindhu's Coach Gopichand An Angry Man, Says He Has No Control Over Players
Pakistan Fails To Force Kashmir On UNSC, And China Reads Stern Indian Message
Rage Of A Silent, Invisible Killer Called Malnutrition - Why Shining India Is In Grip Of An Epic Calamity
Malnutrition Above Politics, Children Aren’t Vote Banks: Smriti Irani
'One Nation, Many Systems' - North-East's Special Powers Hang By A Thread, Will It Go The Jammu & Kashmir Way?
Election Slogans That Once Announced Left Campaigns Have Vanished
Election Slogan - The Key Signature Of Political Hope
Rahul Gandhi's Entry In Wayanad Unlikely To Shore Up Congress' Fortunes In South
Latest Pop Among Indian Vacationers: Holiday On A Cruise
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