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Manu Joseph

"After Light Comes Darkness, And..."

May 06, 2015 Manu Joseph

I met Khan in a farm house on the outskirts of Bombay. He was bare-chested and cutting his nails with a big knife.

'I Did Believe We Had A Chance'

Mar 23, 2003 Manu Joseph

The Indian captain defends his decision to bowl first but admits that it was 'generally a poor bowling performance' and that even chasing 300 runs was possible but 360 was a bit too much.


Nevermind, Saurav

History is always written by the victorious. But that doesn't mean it's true. There is so much else to remember when you look back on World Cup 2003. And screw history as written by the victorious.

"We Are Not Here To Watch Cricket"

Mar 18, 2003 Manu Joseph

As the Indians come down from the narrow stairs on Thursday, they will know that a billion people back home will never forgive them if they don't win. The Kenyans, on the other hand, as their coach says smugly, 'have nothing to lose'.


'The Idea Is To Just Enjoy The Game'

It doesn't really matter if it's Australia or India that they play. They both look equally tough, says the Kenyan captain.

14 March, 2003

If Not Now, Then When?

Manu Joseph

Aren't we ready to face the Aussies? The Indian captain publicly admits he would much rather play the Sri Lankans -- despite seven straight wins! Spiritless Australia phobia or what? What's in a metal cup when some other team is still considered the


10 March, 2003

The Great Indian Huddle Trick

Manu Joseph

It didn't rain, it poured -- but not the kind the Sri Lankans would have wished -- runs from Indian top 3, first, and then Lankan wickets, as Team India strode into the Semis with a comprehensive 183 run victory.


04 February, 2003

The Sixth Match Syndrome...

Manu Joseph

... is a condition by which India will win a particular number of matches in a row and then lose the next one no matter which country it plays because it has to respond to its natural instinct to be inconsistent.


04 February, 2003

One Day Won Nite

Alam Srinivas

The 10 greatest one-day matches of all time featuring India by Outlook's think-tank.


11 January, 2003

Mumbai: The Next Generation

Manu Joseph

It's not an easy choice when half your life is over, but then you think about the kids...


21 June, 2001

Star-Struck In Sun City

Manu Joseph

Our man went sleepless in Sun City -- surrounded by more filmi types and frenzied fans than his very own Mumbai


19 June, 2001

Pati Patni Aur Main

Manu Joseph

Our man in Mumbai took an evening out and walked in to see Shatrugha Sinha's maiden theatre venture and wasn't too disappointed. Here's his, well, report (since we can't call it a review)


01 March, 2001

Remembering The Don

Manu Joseph

Manu Joseph caught up with the three surviving members of the Indian team that toured Australia in 1947-48 and played against Bradman.


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Wall graffiti of Byelection in favour of Mamata Banerjee at Bhavanipur constituency in Kolkata.

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IMD predicted "very heavy rainfall" in the coastal state over the next couple of days, also a yellow alert has been issued for Mumbai.

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TMC leader Madan Mitra plays a Dhak(drum) during an election campaign in support of TMC Supremo, West Bengal Chief Minister, and party candidate Mamata Banerjee, for upcoming Bhawanipur constituency by-poll, in Kolkata.

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IMD predicted "very heavy rainfall" in the coastal state over the next couple of days, also a yellow alert has been issued for Mumbai.

Photo by Dinesh Parab/Outlook

Wall graffiti of Byelection in favour of Mamata Banerjee at Bhavanipur constituency in Kolkata.

Photo by Sandipan Chatterjee/Outlook
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