Cricket is known for always promoting young talents. There are plentiful examples of those who started their international journey early, in some cases, in teenage years. At the same time, we have players...
What happens in your neighbours house is his business, not yours. Ever heard of this before? You may or may not have. Because, at least, in our democratic country, it is not yet a compulsory rule or...
As Umesh Yadav found a healthy edge of James Anderson’s bat to end the fourth Test Match between India and England at the Oval, the jubilation enveloped one of the oldest Cricket grounds in the world. India...
Being a star son gives lots of advantages and privilege,s but they also bring several challenges along. One of them being the pressure of expectations, which so often has taken a toll on...
Nothing wakes up the yawning back alleys of Borivali as cricket does. So does a cup of tea, sometimes.The afternoon tea in middle-class households is a moment of reflection, consideration and perhaps the best opportunity to make...
Usually, most batsmen have a T20 hundred and take time to score an international century in the shortest format of the game. Think Rohit Sharma. Think Chris Gayle. You know the drill. The...
With the recent media hoopla around the SJN (Social Justice and Nation-Building) hearings of ex-coloured and black South African cricketers, one need not be Einstein to figure the past scars of racial animosity have come back to...
In any sport, much like cricket there are everyday players who as mere mortals come and go and when they call time on their career, they just retire. Having said...
The medieval charm of England can sometimes be a cruel façade that hides ruthlessness. The abundance of green surroundings can often lull one into a sense of false security in a socio-political sense....
When was the last time the West Indies won a Test series in the Caribbean? Got you thinking? No, not against Sri Lanka. The series was a drawn contest. Against South Africa- they...