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HindustanTimes Sun,31 Aug 2014

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Cosmetic change, short-changing & compromises

This is a sell-out. If the Indian selectors have any pride left in them they should quit and tell the Board that from now on, they should pick the team themselves.

Board may have influenced selectors

The BCCI makes it very clear to the selectors that the team should carry more youngsters to Bangladesh, writes Javagal Srinath.

We hope to answer Ponting in the final

NZ's huge loss to Oz in their encounter on Friday means that they will have to recover quite a lot of lost ground, writes Tom Moody.

Problems at the top

Dinesh Karthik being picked as an opener may serve as a stopgap arrangement in Bangladesh, writes Kadambari Murali.

A Cup without fizz

Brain Lara’s decision to pack his bags has set a seal on the World Cup, writes Amrit Mathur.

Skill and resolve hold the key to trove of treasures

Of the teams lining up in this first semi, it must be harder for the Kiwis, writes John Wright.

NZ must forget Murali, cut to chase

The never-say-die spirit in Sri Lanka team is very impressive, writes Viv Richards.

Sania, a gym of a person!

After a long injury break, she’s ready for the grind ahead, writes Rachna Shetty.

Pacy notes

It's not just about runs on the field. It's also about making the right statements, writes Srinath.

Caesar's wife should be above suspicion

Fernando’s case shows that the ICC should have umpires only from teams not figuring in the semifinals, writes Atul Sondhi.

How good is McGrath?

Mcgrath is among Australia's three greatest ever fast bowlers, taking his place alongside Dennis Lillee and Ray Lindwall, writes Ian Chappell.

Adam, a deadly mix of basics & skills

Adam Gilchrist's soul-destroying innings in WC final was far too much for the Lankan bowlers, writes Javagal Srinath.

Only the deserving must taste the Cup

The World Cup is a showcase for cricket and all that is good about the game, writes John Wright.

Bangladesh tour a double-edged sword

If the players do well, they will receive little credit but if they fare badly, the criticism will be intense,writes Mohinder Amarnath.

This series is simply overhyped

The first ODI win should not be seen as an indication that the Indian team is back in form, writes Mohinder Amarnath.
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