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Till the final whistle

England's Andrew Flintoff consoles Australian batsman Brett Lee after England won the Ashes Test match by 2 runs in 2005 in Birmingham. Photo: Tom Jenkins/ I popped the question fairly recently, on one of the long drives to and from his ..., 6 days ago
Mid Day

Birth anniversary special: MiD DAY's tribute to Vijay Merchant

He was considered India's finest opening batsman till the advent of Sunil Gavaskar in the early 70s. Although injury and World War II limited his Test appearances to only 10 from 1933 to 1951, he finished with the creditable average of 47.72 ...
 Mid Day1 week ago
New Indian Express

Chennai Poets head to WRF 2014 In Goa

CHENNAI: It's not often that you think beyond sun, surf and sand when you think about Goa. But if the organisers of the International Writers & Readers Festival 2014 (WRF) have any say in the matter, the party capital will soon be on the social ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Charm of animated algebra

Detective fiction satisfies two kinds of readers. The one who cries out Wow when the murderer is revealed and is happiest when his theories are shot to pieces by the detective in a French, Belgian, English, Swedish or Scottish accent. The second, ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago

Manchester: homage to Stravinsky, Gagarin, Engels and Sunlight

Manchester, in north west Britain is a rich and varied city conurbation which is rich in sport, music and the arts and was at the heart of the industrial revolution. During the 19th and early 20th century is was also a destination for Russian ...
 Voice of Russia3 weeks ago

A Vocal Marathon On The Bima

It is the hardest task a cantor can perform in front of a congregation. It calls for a marathoner's stamina and preparation, an artist's creativity and humility, lots of humility. Youre carrying an immense burden on your shoulders, Cantor ...
 Jewish Week1 month ago

Cricket has given rise to much light verse

by CRICKET: The game of cricket has given rise to much enjoyment to the young to spend their time in a profitable manner to read about the cricketers of the past about their deeds. After all cricket is a game of glorious uncertainties. Cricket ...
 Sunday Observer1 month ago

Is it the end of the Cricket Nation?

Open Essay James Astill is the Political Editor and the Bagehot columnist of The Economist . He is the author of The Great Tamasha: Cricket, Corruption and the Turbulent Rise of Modern India EMAIL AUTHOR India's Test humiliation ...
 Open1 month ago

Indian WAGs in the BCCI's line of fire

Don't blame putative star batsman Virat Kohli for averaging 13.40 across the five Tests with a top score of 39. Nor is it Mohammed Shami's fault after the seemingly bright fast-bowling prospect took a mere five wickets for the series at a cost of ... months ago

Let Shastri be given full reign

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Short-term measures are meaningless, writes Makarand Waingankar Makarand Waingankar TOPICS Gauging the mood of the people in the country, the Board of Control for Cricket in India has acted swiftly by ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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