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    E.R. Ramachandran, a corporate manager-turned-columnist has contributed to Hindustan times and Deccan Herald. He is a regular contributor to the Churumuri blog and writes a weekly column for Mysore Mail, a local Newspaper. Satire being his forte, he combines cricket and other sports with politics, in 'tongue in cheek' articles. He firmly believes that another 22-ball century can never happen again in any format of cricket like the one Don Bradman did in November 1931. And feels it is time for BCCI to do something to improve India's fielding and running between the wickets.

    Indian cricket suffered a tectonic quake when the legends retired as a pack in course of couple of years when Ganguly, Kumble, Dravid, Laxman and

    The events of cricket in India are getting bizarre and are turning from Shakespearian comedy to one of Theater of the Absurd. Let me elaborate.

    India have lost the power to stay

    Saturday Oct 25, 2014

    On a television show recently, Mr. Sunil Gavaskar said, and I quote: "You need bowlers who can take 20 wickets for a period of 2-3

    Now that dust has, for the moment, settled on India's Test series in England, it is time to see what went wrong in India's dismal

    Each year, the IPL brings with it its own unique facets as the tournament unfolds. And this year, where teams like Delhi Daredevils and Royal

    Young left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem's confidence would have soared sky high when he helped his team Delhi Daredevils skittle Harbhajan Singh's Mumbai Indians for 92,

    Yuvraj Singh, a gutsy cricketer

    Thursday Apr 12, 2012

    Making his debut in October 2000, standing at cover-point Yuvraj Singh served notice to batsmen. From then on fielding in the Indian team would take

    The IPL: A peek into the future

    Thursday Apr 05, 2012

    The Bollywood Cricket Confederation of India (BCCI) has signed a contract with the Association of Straws & Sons for a jaw-dropping $100 billion, the breakup