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I'm uncomfortable criticising umpires while commentating: Taufel

I'm uncomfortable criticising umpires while commentating: Taufel

Nitin Naik | May 11, 2013
The Hindi may be accented, but the voice that greets you is friendly.
Journey of pride
The winding road to redemption

The winding road to redemption

Nitin Naik | November 10, 2012
After the trials and tribulations of the past year, India embark on a journey to regain pride.
Bitter truth
For those in the wings, it all starts from Ground Zero

For those in the wings, it all starts from Ground Zero

Nitin Naik | January 14, 2012
Do we have new champion players who can take up the mantle, that will soon be left behind by Dravid, Laxman and Tendulkar?
Ajit Agarkar
'Feels good to beat Sachin, Ponting to Lord's honours board'

'Feels good to beat Sachin, Ponting to Lord's honours board'

Nitin Naik | July 23, 2011
Former India All-Rounder Ajit Agarkar recalls his unbeaten hundred in 2002.
Mecca of cricket
And God created Lord's

And God created Lord's

Nitin Naik | July 23, 2011
Steeped in tradition, perhaps it's only fitting that cricket's most recognizable venue is hosting the 2000th Test match.
IPL'S CHRIS OF LIFE
The Gayle Force

The Gayle Force

Nitin Naik | May 14, 2011
Chris Gayle, ignored at auctions, has captured the imagination with big-hitting.
MALINGA MADNESS
Caution: Don't try Malinga-like sling

Caution: Don't try Malinga-like sling

Nitin Naik | April 23, 2011
Lesser bowlers are not embarrassed to ape his unique action.
revival
In good health

In good health

Nitin Naik | April 2, 2011
So, has the 50-over format reverted to its previous hearty form, or was the World Cup just a one-off relief?
playing for the underdog
From big brat to big boss

From big brat to big boss

Nitin Naik | March 12, 2011
Shahid Afridi, a nation turns its lonely eyes to you.
silent assassins
Cricket, Lanka way

Cricket, Lanka way

Nitin Naik | March 5, 2011
When it comes to pure cricket, the island nation is on solid ground.
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