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Gone to the cricket match
The curtain will come down on the cricket bonanza this evening. There will be celebrations somewhere and heartbreaks somewhere else. In India, enthusiasm for the match is obviously unbounded, especially as the national team, written off as a non-star...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Too close to reality
Sir — Many members of the minority community were killed in the Gujarat riots and their property de ...  | Read.. 
 
Sudden strike
Sir — With the Bengal Provincial Bank Employees Association around, India does not need the Inter-S ...  | Read.. 
 
Bedi’s spin
Sir — Time was when the only “glamour” in cricket telecasts consisted of the cameras occasionally p ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE NOBLE GAME LIVES YET
Gilchrist’s gesture has shown that certain traditions are still valued in a game that appears unrecognizably changed...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
In house drama
Under a security cover
Iron lady in kid gloves
It’s time for some hard decisions
No reason for celebration
Old wine in old bottle
SCRIPSI
Cricket remains for me the game of games, the sanspareil, the great metaphor, the best marriage ever devised of mind and body... it remains the Proust of pastimes, the subtlest and most poetic, the most past-and-present; whose beauty can lie equally in days, in a whole, or in...a blinding split second. — JOHN ROBERT FOWLES