Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin: A Billion Dreams Movie Review

Ajit Duara

The film is supposedly a documentary, a genre that ought to repudiate iconography, lest it turn into a public relations spiel, or even, God forbid, propaganda

Virat Kohli’s Intelligent Design

The year of the most feared batsman

Pakistan: Bowling Nation

It’s easier to be creative as a bowler in the relatively unstructured and ramshackle world of Pakistani cricket than as a batsman

Life Inside the Farce Hole

This humourless place called India

Sachin Tendulkar: Hits, Misses and Maybes

India’s cricket prodigies today are luckier than their predecessors, but who will stay the distance like Tendulkar?

Pranav Dhanawade: The Boy Who Scored a Thousand Runs

What it takes to be a whizz-kid in cricket. The amazing story of Pranav Dhanawade

Sachin Goes Stateside

A veterans tour provides a poignant moment for reflection on cricket’s beauty and its troubles


Captain Calm saw India through a cricket storm


Why the absence of the master is good for India and its fans

The Man, the Mind and the Game

Here is a cricketer who was too young to consume the bottle of champagne he received upon winning his first man-of-the-match honour. The legend of Sachin Tendulkar in his own words


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