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Windies have to be brave in selection

Playing in a semi-final is a bit like knowing you’re on the guest list but still waiting for the invitation to the wedding.

If you win, you get to go to the wedding but if you lose there is no cake,

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

Experience of seniors helped India prevail

Pakistan will have to really wait for some more time to beat India in a World Cup match.

Their best chance came and went on Sunday and I don’t think Pakistan will get one more like this quickly.


T20: Pakistan hold edge in bowling


It’s time for Super Sunday as India play Pakistan in a very important clash.

India-Pakistan clashes create a lot of attention in any case but considering India’s future in this World Cup will depend

India will be under tremendous pressure

My mind goes back to 2005, when Pakistan was touring India under my captaincy.

As a team we were no match for the strong Indians at home and accordingly we were more or less down and out on the four

Proteas batsmen have to stand up and perform

Thinking of the losing sides in the first round of the Super Eights, reminded me of a phrase that comes from all those old Wild West spaghetti westerns I used to watch in my teenage years “Last chance

India should play with three spinners


The important phase of the World Cup is underway and there is not an iota of doubt that India is in a very tough group. Both India and their first opponent in the Super Eight phase, Australia, have be

The real show begins


At the half way stage of the World T20, we have finally reached the point where it all should have started.

Hopefully by now the fans back home will be gravitating towards their televisions to watc

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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.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.