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  • Putting Pele first

    04-12-2020 23:28:00

    Putting the Argentine above Pele is perhaps more distressing than Maradona's "peccadillo"

  • Batsmen ruled out

    06-04-2019 00:25:00

    It is strange that what happened so many years ago is still relevant to a game that had perforce to transform itself under the pressure of those who had never quite liked the game

  • The Imran story

    28-07-2018 00:08:00

    If a cricketer has struck his best form at 30, there is no guarantee his form will stay for more than a year or two. But Imran's did until he was 35

  • Disadvantage tennis

    23-06-2018 05:53:00

    The 1920s of tennis is sometimes seen as the age of Bill Tilden though, except in the US National Championships, he had not been a mind-blowing success anywhere else

  • Unsporting media

    26-05-2018 05:58:00

    India's future in sport lies in indoor games such as badminton or table tennis

  • The bigger derailment

    27-10-2017 22:28:00

    When divisiveness or sectarianism proves beneficial electorally, it becomes a creed, or an ideology itself

  • Ahmed Khan's world

    01-09-2017 22:32:00

    Footballer Ahmed Khan, say, Chuni Goswami & Pradip Banerjee, is India's greatest forward

  • Choice for secularists

    28-07-2017 22:41:00

    Nitish Kumar, over the years, has shown he is the quintessential Indian politician

  • Uddalok Bhattacharya: Statistics don't tell the full cricket story

    17-03-2017 23:55:00

    Nostalgia and anecdotes, given to us by cricket's great writers, do much greater justice to the game