The maestro is not just a batting genius, he is the guiding light for GenNext, writes Amrit Mathur.
Amrit Mathur takes us through Ganguly’s and Dravid’s responses to the media during the 2003 Cup.
In 1992, Pakistan became the second Asian country to win cricket’s mega prize. Imran Khan recollects.
Despite the same practice routines as other teams, their arrogance set the Australians apart in SA, writes Amrit Mathur.
Sunil Gavaskar feels that the current Indian team has had enough match practice under its belt for the big event.
Aussies will emerge stronger from their recent spate of losses, writes Virender Sehwag.
It proves Tendulkar is India's best bet in the middle overs, writes Atul Sondhi.
A portion of the World Cup, cricket’s ultimate prize, is found damaged, report Ashok Nath Dey and Jaidev Majumdar.
When India take on WI, they will do well to remember March 9 eleven years ago, writes Atul Sondhi.
Amrit Mathur reminds us of the good old days of the quiet and understated Indian cricket coach John Wright.
The main problem with Pakistan team is that they have never had a good opening pair, feels Imran Khan.
The going was all but smooth in the match where Gayle’s wicket was perhaps the good omen for the West Indies, writes Atul Sondhi.
Normally it is India, which tries to match up to Australia, but this time it was Australia, writes Atul Sondhi.
Sunny may have erred in commenting on a dead man, but a regret will definitely help, writes Atul Sondhi.
I decide to flee Delhi, in an attempt to flee the World Cup. But I make a mistake, writes Poonam Saxena.