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Karthik Parimal
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“He knew how to enjoy and abstain from things that most people find it hard to abstain from and all too easy to enjoy. Strength, perseverance, self-control in both areas: the mark of a soul in readiness—indomitable” The above statement was composed by…

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Pragyan Ojha comes around the wicket, flights the ball at a slower pace than he usually does, gets it to subtly dip and flummoxes Kieran Powell, who was until then batting stoically on 48. Ojha repeats this process against three other batsmen, all of who…

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Where I highlight an incident that explains why Jason Holder should be West Indies' undisputed captain...

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I make a case for Kumar Sangakkara as a pundit in this column as the Sri Lankan great approaches retirement..

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Satire: ECB's job description for 'Director of England Cricket' role leaked

Below is a work of fiction After the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) refused to make the job description for England’s director of cricket role public, the author, thanks to his sneaky sources, got hold of a leaked copy of the document detailing the…

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The overseas player's home ground...

The Indian Premier League (IPL) throws up a sizable chunk of inexplicable, at times illogical, moments. Last week, one of the many female emcees interviewed Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Kane Williamson (who was benched for the game) alongside the boundary ropes.…

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There is nothing scruffy about a Rahane innings. Most good fiction writers vouch that they never wholly commit to a story’s ending because it takes away from the charm of a piquant tale. Although they have a blueprint of what’s to be penned, most of the writing is spontaneous. Watching Rahane bat gives a similar impression: like a nifty artist, there is no saying how his willow will be wielded until the ball is in its final lap, but the end product is sure to captivate

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Alastair Cook: The Paul Sheldon of his Misery

Stephen King’s novels have the ability to send a shudder down your spine even if you’re devouring it in a crowded library. My favourite is Misery.  The publisher’s synopsis of the masterpiece is as follows: Paul Sheldon. He’s a bestselling novelist who…

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