Collateral Longevity

Madhavankutty Pillai

New India doesn’t have time for a five-day sport but Tests survive on the back of the game’s adaptability to shorter formats

Imperfect Pitch

There is more to cricket than winning, even deservedly

The Pitch of Life

Ramachandra Guha’s lifelong relationship with cricket as a fan and scholar

Mumbai Indians

They won, as they deservedly should, considering that the players from India’s best city

Dhoni Chic

The cricket story began in Ranchi but the cultural phenomenon became Pan-Indian

Dhoni and the Spirit of Wasseypur

Mahendra Singh Dhoni exemplified the small-town spirit and the killer instinct of Jharkhand

Captain India

It is the second most important job in the country and only the few able to withstand its pressures leave a legacy

Racism in Sport

Beneath a tolerant façade, there are layers of prejudice based on culture and colour


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