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Is International pedigree required to make a national selector?

MSK Prasad India's new Chief Selector In 1989, 5 gentlemen sat huddled in a meeting room at Bombay, deciding on the fate of a 16-year-old boy, who had burst on the scene, since an explosive Ranji Trophy debut the year before. While he clearly ... Sportskeeda.com, 1 day ago
The Hindu

The tyranny of numbers can often stymie selectors

Selectors must make inspired choices relying on instinct rather than the calculator. In an essay, The Ethnic Theory of Plane Crashes, Malcolm Gladwell wrote about the hierarchical nature of Korean society that might have led to a plane crash. The ...
 The Hindu3 days ago The tyranny of numbers canoften stymie selectors  The Hindu3 days ago

Captains Club should have stood up for those sidelined by BCCI

India's 500th Test is a major milestone and the BCCI has made a commendable effort to make it successful. The build was energetic and the match has panned out splendidly over the first two days, replete with twists and turns that make this format ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago

On the occasion of 500th Test, here's a look at India's coolest captains

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Sept. 23 -- India's 500th Test match, against New Zealand, began in Kanpur on Thursday with the hosts reduced to 291/9 at stumps after captain Virat ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago

India's greatest Test XI

A grand total of 285 players, spread over 84 years and 499 Test matches. Several of those games and players not viewed at all, many of those years not spent on earth. How do you pick an all-time XI from this? It is both an exciting and a humbling ...
 MSN News US1 week ago

Senahashish Ganguly - Bengal cricket's gritty servant

It was the fifth and final morning of the Ranji Trophy quarterfinal clash between Bengal and Karnataka at the Eden Gardens in 1991. Bengal were dead and buried going into Day 5. Karnataka had posted 791 for 6 declared on the back of 276 from V Arjun ...
 Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago Snehashish Ganguly - Bengal cricket's gritty servant  Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago

Bhandari, Patil and Patankar -- them of the sprightly 80s

Someone visited me from England as they wanted to write a book about India's first-ever Test win in Chennai in 1952, recalls CD Gopinath. I told them since I am the only member remaining from that team, I could say anything I want and there would be ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago

Clayton Murzello: India's Sunshine Boy is 60 today

For a tall man, Sandeep Patil is ironically famous for short stints. These include a film career and being coach of the Indian team for six months in 1996. Even his 29-Test playing career was short. He was part of the Indian Test team from 1980 ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
Mid Day

CCI president wants my daughter to enter into an illicit relationship with him"

By Hemal Ashar| Posted 1 hour Cricket Club of India member's father in letter to executive committee alleges that the president Kekoo Nicholson has been hounding his daughter and wrecking her marriage The elite Cricket Club of India's (CCI) ...
 Mid Day1 month ago "CCI president is hounding my daughter and wrecking her marriage"  Mid Day1 month ago "CCI prez wants my daughter to enter into an illicit relationship with him"  Mid Day1 month ago
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