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    Studying engineering and business administration couldn't satiate his mind and in 2007, Chetan Narula found his calling as a sportswriter/journalist. Since then he was written on cricket, F1 and football at various avenues not only in India but also in USA and UK. He also worked as cricket commentator (voice) at ESPN for their mobile and web platforms, doing over a hundred matches. High points of his career include witnessing history at Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai) when India lifted the ODI World Cup and his first book, Skipper: A Definitive Account of India's Greatest Captains, which hits bookstores in July 2011. His Twitter feed is here.

    India's ODI future seems safe

    Monday Aug 19, 2013

    Every time there is a bilateral ODI series coming round the corner, a debate simmers up over the usefulness of the venture and indeed this

    The end of India's tour of Zimbabwe and the fact that the team's next full assignment is in October, means that this overly long 2012-13

    Greed is the problem, not Twenty20

    Wednesday Jul 24, 2013

    A lot has been said (and written) in the aftermath of Australia's embarrassing loss in the second Ashes Test at Lord's. Most of it is

    The thing about Test cricket is that it's a slow-release medicine. While sometimes it can leave a bitter after-taste, at other times it has a

    The Ishant Sharma Challenge

    Wednesday Jul 10, 2013

    As the curtailed 2013 Champions Trophy final rolled towards its finish line, England were looking good to hoodwink India for a win. Three overs remained

    MS Dhoni version 2.0

    Sunday Jun 30, 2013

    The month of December 2012 was a woeful one for Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Almost everything that transpired back then was a pertinent reminder of how

    Never mind the rain, an exciting tournament has just come to an end. The world of cricket will start revolving as normal again, with England

    Team India's build-up to the 2013 Champions Trophy was an uncomfortable one. The IPL had ended but its shady aftermath plagued them. MS Dhoni bore