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Overdone and all over
Cricket was a self-motivated enterprise in the City before Independence when the powers-that-be extended no support to the game. G.N. PRASHANTH traces its innings.
CUP LAOGE? Kya gaoge? It's that cricket-crazy time again the one that comes every four years, when the entire nation stops what ever it is it is doing to follow the fortunes of Ganguly, Tendulkar, Sehwag, and the rest our team at ...
SHANTHA RANGASWAMY, former captain and pioneer in her field, strongly feels that women's cricket must be made more attractive to spectators. This can be achieved only if the Cricket Board is made unisex like in some other countries.
Who is it this time? Floaters or favourites?
The Cricket's World Cup is into its first week in South Africa and global attention is riveted on who will make it to the Super Six challenge round. The search has begun. As also the prayers.
The great spectacle of '96
Bangalore has witnessed a plethora of captivating events. But none can rival the gladiatorial contest between India and Pakistan when the two met for a place in the 1996 World Cup semi-finals.
SUGANDHI RAVINDRANATHAN rubbishes the great Indian obsession, and pads up for the bouncers.
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