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Gulu Ezekiel Columns Date: 8/28/2013 - 8/28/2014
Book Review: Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2014
Jun 07, 2014
Lawrence Booth, hitting his stride in his third edition, has aimed a double-barreled blast in his Notes by the Editor at the ICC and the manner in which it has allowed itself to be hijacked by the so-called 'Big Three' of world cricket.
Pankaj: Bengal's Forgotten Cricket Legend
Apr 28, 2014
Pankaj playing as many as 43 Tests in an era when there was constant chopping and changing in the national squad is considered something of a miracle though much credit for this is given to Bengal strongman M. Dutta Ray who controlled cricket and football with an iron fist in that period.
Book Review - My Journey to the World Cup: The Sky is the Limit
Mar 26, 2014
Written mainly in diary form from the age of 12 till the time he was leading India to victory in the Under-19 World Cup in Australia in 2012 as a 17-year-old, Unmukt by my reckoning holds the record for the youngest first-class cricketer to write a book.
When Pietersen played in Duleep Trophy
Feb 06, 2014
Just as with the late Tony Greig, Pietersen's South African roots were always held against him and led to numerous conflicts. What lies ahead for England's highest run scorer combined in all three formats remains the subject of conjecture. But surely controversy will never be far behind.
Foul language on the field of play
Dec 09, 2013
Australian captain Michael Clarke being fined 20 per cent of his match for threatening England tail-ender Jimmy Anderson on the final day of the first Ashes Test at Brisbane was caught out only because Channel 9 kept the stump microphone on for too long and Clarke's abusive language was heard by all and sundry.
Sachin Tendulkar was the one great unifier that brought the nation together
Oct 14, 2013
What life will be for them without Tendulkar is hard to imagine. What Indian cricket will be without him is even harder to envisage. But what life will be for Tendulkar without cricket is the most perplexing question of all. The nation wishes him well.
The Great Tamasha: Cricket, Corruption and the Turbulent Rise of Modern India
Aug 30, 2013
The Economist South Asia bureau chief in New Delhi from 2007 to 2010, James Astill bring to this thoroughly enjoyable book two great strengths - a passionate love for cricket in all forms and a delightful turn of phrase which both amuses and enlightens.
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