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    Boria Majumdar

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    Olympic Games: For the sake of everybodyA spectator-less IPL may just be the need of the hourDeepti Sharma has got another chance this World CupView: It’s tough to be Shikhar Dhawan
    Merger of Mohun Bagan and ATK can help Indian football achieve greater heightsOpen, not shut: Balancing three openersFrom Tokyo games to T20 World Cup, 2020 has much to offerOn Expected Lines: Cummins becomes IPL’s most expensive overseas buy ever
    Against pink ball, every ball was a test: Wriddhiman SahaNow I know the importance of fitness: ShamiPink-ball Test will mark a new beginning: Sourav Ganguly, BCCI presidentPink ball will bring the crowds back: Dravid
    Show intent at the top
    Show intent at the top
    07 Nov 2019 09:02 AM IST
    How BCCI convinced Bangladesh to play the pink-ball Test at Eden GardensNarinder Batra's call to boycott the Commonwealth Games is wrong and rightIndia Vs South Africa: A make-or-break moment in Rohit's Test career
    View: 2020 Olympics can be a game changer for Indian shootingRavi Shastri remains India’s head coach until T20 WC in 2021Will cricketers have better dope testing facilities than Olympic athletes?Time for BCCI's ethics officer to throw frivolous complaints out of the park
    Redemption: Smith’s century shows everything that is good about sportWhy Virat-Rohit rift doesn't not matterTokyo 2020: Indian athletes look set to challenge the world. But, will that convert into medals?Vision 2020: Squads for WI tour announced, selectors resisting wholesome changes  in the aftermath of  WC semi-final loss
    2019 World Cup final was an all-time classicView: From an early exit in 2015 to reaching the finals, England have come a long wayWorld Cup: A bad end to a good campaignEngland vs Australia in World Cup semis: Blockbuster of a match
    It’ll be a miracle if India don’t reach the final: Sourav GangulyCricket World Cup: How India's fan brigade is making a huge differenceIf you play badly, criticism will come your way: Alastair CookAn emerging rivalry
    An emerging rivalry
    02 Jul 2019 07:55 AM IST
    Bowling is India’s biggest strength: Sourav GangulyView: The cradle of cricket
    View: The cradle of cricket
    28 Jun 2019 08:43 AM IST
    Redeem yourself: West Indies have a chance to salvage their resurgence storyTwo major events that changed Indian cricket forever coincidently happened on the same day
    With back-to-back thrilling contests, the World Cup has sprung back to lifeImpossible to replicate Virat Kohli’s intensity: Gary KirstenCricket World Cup: KL Rahul took the challenge head onIndia, Pakistan and Cricket World Cup: Standout moments
    West Indies need to rein in extras: Clive LloydRohit Sharma, the indefatigable run chaserFor India to do well, Kohli and Bumrah will have to do well: Michael ClarkeWhat is Virat Kohli's philosophy of success?
    How University of the West Indies renewed hope for Caribbean cricketBeating Zimbabwe from 17 for 5 gave us belief we could win from any situation: Kapil DevView: Kuldeep and Chahal would be the key for India in 2019 World CupIndian players are used to playing under pressure: Sourav Ganguly
    The success of Women’s T20 Challenge makes a strong case for Women’s IPLThe growing world of fantasy sports
    The growing world of fantasy sports
    09 May 2019 08:55 AM IST
    I would have done well in T20s: Former India batsman Gundappa ViswanathInterview: Kagiso Rabada opens up on IPL and World Cup
    India missed a trick by not taking Rishabh Pant to the World Cup: Ricky Ponting, Delhi Capitals coachDK closer to the role MSD plays for India: MSK Prasad, chairman of Indian cricket selection committeeOverpriced cab rides, lack of public transport: Fans are the ultimate sufferersSunil Gavaskar has some suggestions for the IPL management that he believes would benefit cricket in India
    IPL XII: More important than previous editionsShubman Gill is looking to using IPL 2019 to make a case for more chances in international cricketWhat now for the Aussies?
    What now for the Aussies?
    10 Jan 2019 09:30 AM IST
    Australia series win is the first of many overseas wins to come: Ajinkya Rahane
    India's brand of cricket is making Test cricket excitingTim Paine and co has a lot at stake in the ongoing series against IndiaIPL Auctions: Too difficult to comprehend?Greg Louganis on his battle with HIV: ‘The first question was, why me?’
    5 famous wins for Indian cricket team overseasIndia have not yet won a Test series in Australia. Here’s a brief historyView: It's time for Mithali Raj, Harmanpreet Kaur to bury the hatchetTo beat Australia in Australia, back yourself: VVS Laxman
    Dane van Niekerk and Marizanne Kapp became the first married couple to bat together in a major ICC tournamentWT20: The strengths and weaknesses of each teamAustralians on an overdrive to resurrect the team’s image post sandpapergateIndia's women cricket team need to repeat its 2017 World Cup performance at T20 version next month
    Money can lure West Indies cricketers to play more of international cricket than T20 leagueVirat Kohli: A mind and body equilibrium that’s seldom seen in sportIndia’s record in Olympic sports is poor, but that could change soonHere's how ICC can make Test cricket interesting
    As India prepare for the West Indies, here’s a look at the first series the two countries playedFinal between India and Bangladesh reflects the hierarchy in Asian cricketBeating Pakistan in the knockout rounds  will be a challengeAsia Cup 2018: India’s middle order is more worrisome than ever
    Viswanathan Anand returns home
    Viswanathan Anand returns home
    16 Sep 2018 11:02 PM IST
    Serena made the US Open final about her, rather than a first Grand Slam title for a 20-year-oldOutstanding Virat Kohli getting less support from others‘It’ll be about my preparation, not their bowlers: Prithvi Shaw
    Indian athletes no longer celebrate the near-misses, they are more ambitious and believe in resultsIndia need Pant’s fearlessness
    India need Pant’s fearlessness
    18 Aug 2018 09:36 AM IST
    As captain, Ajit Wadekar led India to their first-ever series victories in West Indies and EnglandYou’ve to believe you’re good enough: Kumar Sangakkara to Indian batsmen
    Indian batsmen need to 'bat ugly': Clive LloydA summer Test at Lord’s is the highlight of the British cricketing calendarTeam India’s overseas batting has to find the answersWhy Virat Kohli needs to be a better captain in choosing his players
    England tour Murali Vijay's golden chance to become a decorated Indian hero2018 Fifa World Cup: Keep your eyes on the ball, world!Team preview: An optimism sweeps across England
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