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K Shriniwas Rao | June 8, 2013
With patronage of the BCCI chief, Indian skipper MS Dhoni is proving to be a cool customer.
Darren Sammy: Man of the honour
Back to their winning ways

Back to their winning ways

K Shriniwas Rao | October 13, 2012
There appears a much-belated cricketing revival in the West Indies.
Rewarding loyalties
The great Indian roulette

The great Indian roulette

K Shriniwas Rao | September 29, 2012
BCCI's zonal policy and its feudal system of rewarding loyalties has yet again exposed the process of picking the best men for the key and…
Crisis in Sri Lanka cricket
In Lanka, love beats money

In Lanka, love beats money

K Shriniwas Rao | February 11, 2012
Bad times are most likely to arrive when one is least expecting it.
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Bishoo headed for greatness

Bishoo headed for greatness

K Shriniwas Rao | June 25, 2011
In a cricketing culture suddenly bereft of heroes, the emergence of a slight, wiry leg-spinner of Indian origin brings some solace.
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Caribbean: No batsman's land

Caribbean: No batsman's land

K Shriniwas Rao | June 25, 2011
Cricket in the Caribbean gives its men neither the joy nor the sops.
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'Modi is history. Let's talk about something else '

'Modi is history. Let's talk about something else '

K Shriniwas Rao | October 2, 2010
Why BlackBerry-wielding men like Modi have a shelf-life within the BCCI and khaadi-wearing politicos don't.
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Team India too busy to be injured

Team India too busy to be injured

K Shriniwas Rao | August 14, 2010
A 14-page fitness document by former Team India physio John Gloster has yet to see the light of day. . .
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