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HindustanTimes Sat,02 Aug 2014

Cricket Columns

In tatters, India face disaster

Will we or will we not? That is the question uppermost in the minds of all those who love India and love their cricket, writes Pradeep Magazine.

How Sehwag cuts the opposition to size

It is always a delight to watch Sehwag score runs and often I’ve had the best seat in the house — the non-strikers end’ — when he has done so, writes Aakash Chopra.

Fans, keep faith in Team India

India may prepare a spin cocktail for a heady Friday against the Lankans, writes Pradeep Magazine.

Gauging the moody Blues

For a reporter, the most difficult job is to find this elusive mood in the team camp and report what they did or did not on the eve of an important match, writes Pradeep Magazine.

The big B match

Sri Lanka coach Tom Moody, in this exclusive column for HT, says his team would look to trap India in a pressure-cooker situation.

Points or blank

Glenn McGrath, in an exclusive column for HT, says there can be only one winner, that’s Australia.

Money rules, game has lost its credibility

This has been the most tragic World Cup in my experience, writes Barry Richards.

Woolmer, KK Paul talked bookies

There is widespread speculation about the possible involvement of a betting mafia and match-fixers in his murder, writes Pradeep Magazine.

India in World Cup 2007

Here is how Indian cricket players performed at the World Cup 2007.

Guru cool loses 'vision'

Greg Chappell was clearly unhappy with the tone of the press conference, and often called questions "inflammatory".

Cup will be poorer without India

The tournament will be poorer without India, writes John Wright.

Dravid should continue, as must Chappell

Crucially, there is no immediate readymade successor, and change for the sake of it would be disastrous, writes Imran Khan.

Cricketers are not the only culprits

It's the corporations and the cricket boards that deserve greater blame, writes Akshay Sawai.

BCCI must still listen to what Chappell has to say

The truth is, we have struggled in one-day cricket of late and the good weeks in India before the World Cup were just a blip, writes Ravi Sashri.

Cup debacle may be ignored for contracts

Thanks to India’s under-par performance in the Caribbean, the pending issue of the BCCI players’ contracts has cropped up again, five weeks before it was supposed to, writes Amol Karhadkar.

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