Sourav Ganguly

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Outplayed, but no need to hit panic button


There is once again a hue and cry in India after India’s loss at the Wankhede in the second Test. It was a great match to watch, though lot of Indian fans will be disappointed that India finished on t

'I always knew Viru was a special talent '


The focus of the second Test will also be on one man and he is someone who I have immense respect as a player — Virender Sehwag. It feels very satisfying to see him get to that landmark and I must say

Sehwag makes Tests intriguing

Virender Sehwag will be one of the focal points of the second Test against England at Mumbai from Friday. I have immense respect for him as a player and it is very satisfying to see him get to that landmark.

Home advantage should be utilized


The first Test starts in the dry city of Ahmedabad from today and the moment one lands in the city and checks in at the hotel, one senses an atmosphere of international cricket. It is abuzz with journ

Plain Speaking England’s biggest challenge is focus


After a long time it seems that everyone in India is waiting for the series against England to start.

After the away-tour of Australia there hasn’t been any quality test cricket for India and the e

Mumbai Indians played well below their potential

It wasn’t a happy Champions League for Indian teams. The only ones to hold the fort for the cricket-loving public of this country have been the Delhi Daredevils, whose fate will also be known by the time this article is published.

Gambhir should play without fear of failure

The Knight Riders will be disappointed with their performance of Saturday but they have the time and opportunity to make it up in this tournament .It was a similar start to their IPL campaign this year which they went on to win and coincidentally, against the same side at home.

Lack of quality spinners may hurt Australia

It’s time for a clash between the Caribbean calypso and the Aussie regimentation and if both team play to their full potential it should be a cracker of a competition.

In T-20 it’s never easy to pre

It’s time Dhoni batted higher up the order

India are once again out of the T20 World Cup from the Super Eight stage, that too for the third consecutive time, although their performance this time was much better than the previous two in the Car

South Africa’s top-order is a cause for concern


India played superbly against Pakistan and continued to keep their 100 percent record against them in the World cup intact.

I have said before, that India had the better of Pakistan in the last 10 y

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

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