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Beyond the boundary

When a pandemic takes grip, even cricket knows when to stop buying its own hype.

| Dec 16, 2020

The costly spectacle of cricket

What COVID-19 reveals about the spectacle of cricket and inequality within the cricket fraternity.

| Oct 13, 2020

Changing the rules

The Supreme Court verdict on the Lodha committee report heralds the most radical shift in cricket administration in India.

| Jul 20, 2016

So, India just won the cricket World Cup

FICTION: Almost finding love, over a game of cricket.

| Feb 06, 2015

‘I bowled left-arm chinaman’

Shehan Karunatilaka speaks about winning awards, spin bowling, italics in fiction, and much more.

| Mar 28, 2013

Kacha Garhi to the Kensington Oval

Being forced to choose between supporting the Indian or Pakistani team is now a thing of the past for cricket-crazy Afghans.

| Jun 01, 2010

Whine, or play cricket

In an atmosphere of heightened militant threats, continuing to play cricket might just be a way to counter the paranoia.

| Jan 05, 2009

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