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Trading Test cricket for IPL money?
Millennium Post

A whole new ballgame

Cricket was once a gentleman's game, but today, I am reminded of George Orwell's formulation that cricket, like other sports, is war minus the shooting; that tethered to patriotism and national pride, it invokes not just sporting delight but ... Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago
Trading Test cricket for IPL money? Millennium Post, 3 weeks ago

Gimme my cricket back

During those school days, radio played the most elegant shots. We would put it on when all we wanted was Richie Benaud or Tony Cozier to give us the feel of that Lillyish outswinger or a Garnerish fast whizzing past our ears. Didn't need to see them at all, I ...
 DNA4 weeks ago

What's the subtext of our submarine spend?

If you have trouble accessing our login form below, you can go to our login page. If you have trouble accessing our login form below, you can go to our login page. The Sydney Morning Herald You are here: Illustration: Alan Moir I fear for my ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 months ago

Boxing's literary left hook floors cricket

For all the praise showered on good cricket writing, boxing may have the upper hand when it comes to a literary duel between the two popular sports In days long gone by, but not quite forgotten in the English speaking world because it was a time ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
WA Today

Pace yourselves, pollies: election 2016 is a marathon, not a sprint

I fear for my mental health at the prospect of a seven-week binge in electioneering ("Trigger happy: building watchdog rejected, July 2 election looms, high-risk strategy for PM," April 19). In view of the success of the 5:2 Diet, I plead for its ...
 WA Today2 months ago

Islands of intelligence, hard work and instinct

Ramachandra Guha On the last day of March, a friend of mine, temporarily in London, wandered into a pub. It was night in India, but afternoon in England, so there was just the odd drinker around. My friend persuaded the pub's owner to switch the ...
 Navhind Times2 months ago
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