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Not a game of gentlemen

In one of his critical essays on the crime stories of the early 19th century, George Orwell was fascinated by a character. AJ Raffles, a gentleman thief, featured in a collection of short stories t

Evening digest: After storming BCCI office, Sena threatens Pak umpire to leave India

Shiv Sena threatened Pakistani cricket umpire Aleem Dar on Monday to quit the current series between India and South Africa, shortly after storming BCCI’s Mumbai office to protest a planned m

Had Bihar been a full member, it might have produced 10 Tendulkars: Aditya Verma

Aditya Verma, secretary of the Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) which is yet to be recognised by the BCCI, has been batting for a full membership for more than a decade. Since 2005, he has al

Levelling the playing field

Cricket associations in India are in a mess, but that is nothing new. Allegations of financial impropriety, corruption, round-tripping, illegal appropriation of funds, rigged elections and even sex

People of Delhi now hate Kejriwal: Vijay Goel

What is your perception about Arvind Kejriwal’s brand of politics?   In Delhi, after the BJP and the Congress, people wanted to give the Aam Aadmi Part

Why not nationalise cricket administration

Other than climate and of course politics, cricket is the most popular topic of conversation among strangers. Bollywood too does not cover as much geography as the game inherited from the colonial



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