Cricket and politics are quite synonymous

Cricket | 12 Jun 2011
Cricket and politics are quite synonymous

Politics have always been into the game of criket. But with WICB-Gayle, CA-Simon Katich and PCB-Shahi Afridi saga, ICC needs to do something to get it back to the way it was.

Why one-day cricket needs to evolve

Cricket | 25 Jun 2010

There has been a lot of talk over whether the 50-over version is on its way out ever since Cricket Australia’s two-innings one-day format has made it to the news.

Mohammad Aamer – Pakistan’s brightest spark in the hour of crisis

Cricket | 11 Jun 2010
Mohammad Aamer – Pakistan’s brightest spark in the hour of crisis

Mohammad Aamer is today one of Pakistan’s best pace bowlers, despite having played only 8 Tests and 13 ODIS over the last one year.

Come of age? Made it big? Call it what you want. Talent to class is no mean task…

Cricket | 07 Jun 2010
Come of age? Made it big? Call it what you want. Talent to class is no mean task…

In the times of the modern era, in the advent of T20 scores of players come and go. These days national caps are distributed to easily thus lowering the sense of pride that one is supposed to wear it with.

Shoaib Malik’s ban lifted by PCB

Cricket | 03 Jun 2010
Shoaib Malik’s ban lifted by PCB

Shoaib Malik, the flamboyant Pakistani all-rounder, would be a happy man at the moment. No, it isn’t entirely due to his marriage with Indian tennis star, Sania Mirza.

Eoin Morgan, England’s future

Cricket | 02 Jun 2010
Eoin Morgan, England’s future

Eoin Morgan is Irish-born who currently plays for England. He has this reputation of creating strokes rather than playing text-book shots. And to add to that, his strokes are indeed as powerful as his team-mate Kevin Pietersen’s.

Cricket in Zimbabwe and Bangladesh

Cricket | 02 Jun 2010
Cricket in Zimbabwe and Bangladesh

Bangladesh and Zimbabwe are ranked 9th and 10th in ODI cricket currently. Undoubtedly, they have been occupied the position of minnows since the last decade or so.

Promised, but not delivered

Cricket | 31 May 2010
Promised, but not delivered

It is so often the case when a player is said to be extremely talented, that he can overtake even the all-time greats of the game.

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