Cricket: India Faster Than Ever

Aditya Iyer

Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav have broken more than just speed barriers

The Big Small Book

A deft reminder of how quiet lives lived in quiet pockets can reveal the human condition

Call of the Zealot

Is it that the politics of the twenty-first century will be determined not by race or religion but by wealth?

Ashes 2015: Dust to Dust

A thrilling and unexpected series victory for England in the Ashes of 2015 points to a troubling cultural change in world cricket


Most teams are not as good or bad as their record suggests

England’s Urination Scandal

When even Shane Warne wags a finger in disapproval, you must have done something truly naughty

Race to the Bottom

India’s bitter humiliation in England raises serious questions about the priorities of our cricketing establishment

On the Road with Kapil’s Devils

One of the few Indian journalists to have covered the 1983 World Cup recalls the campaign that changed cricket

It Was a Classic

Germany’s 4-1 defeat of England at the World Cup, despite the refereeing controversy, will be a match long remembered.

Ecstasy and Agony

The author visits pubs at Oxford to catch the euphoria and the heartbreak of the English football-crazy fan.


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