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    S Radhakrishnan, better known as RK, is a sports freak. After dabbling in the world of Physics at the Madras Christian College, he did his Masters in Business Administration from Mumbai. Working in a corporate world didn’t suit him and he decided to enter the world of journalism. During his stint with ESPN Star Sports, RK covered the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2003, before moving on to join NEO Sports as their prime anchor. He is now the face of NEO Prime and NEO Sports.

    Thanks for the memories India, for being brilliant at one level and the tournament and the ICC Champions Trophy itself, at another. However, how will

    I'm not too sure if there are any adjectives that remain in the thesaurus to describe Sachin Tendulkar. If there are indeed a few more

    Its early days in IPL 6 and understandably the teams are settling in. The scores have been modest in comparison to the previous editions held

    Wicketkeepers have come a long way

    Saturday Mar 30, 2013

    From being a slightly secluded breed to being an integral match winning component of a side, if we are talking evolution in the world of

    The final Test between India and Australia at the Feroze Shah Kotla is perhaps one of the most important Test matches for the entire Australian

    A win under the belt should give the home side some comfort and without much time between two Test matches would mean India will most

    Packed schedules more often than not don't allow players and teams to reflect upon what's happened with them. While India will not have trouble picking

    One of the overriding challenges of being a cricket journalist in this part of the world is to sit back and think of a story