Ajinkya Rahane
Sports  /  Published 31.01.21

Rahane’s mantra: Let the bat talk

India’s series triumph in Australia has once again reaffirmed Ajinkya Rahane’s credentials as captain. In winning four of the five Tests he has led so far — the Sydney match ended in...
By Indranil Majumdar in Calcutta

Sports  /  Published 24.01.21

Cheer on, but give credit where due

The euphoria is going to linger for quite a while. Maybe at least till the next serious business of trying to win against England. Till then Indian cricket fans will get to hear about how every move t...

Sports  /  Published 22.01.21

Limitless potential of courage

Where does India’s magnificent performance at the Gabba rank alongside sensational outcomes from the past? t2 finds out by revisiting India’s stupendous victories in red ball cricket. CAL...

Sports  /  Published 22.01.21

Be at absolute best vs India: Root

England captain Joe Root feels India’s come-from-behind series victory over Australia has been “a great advert” for Test cricket, while his team too needs to be at its best to beat t...
By Our Bureau in Calcutta

Sports  /  Published 22.01.21

Proposal to abandon Test rejected

Fast bowler Mohammed Siraj, who returned to his home here on Thursday, revealed that on-field umpires had offered India the option of leaving the third Test against Australia midway after he was subje...
By Agencies in Hyderabad


Sports  /  Published 22.01.21

Homecoming for heroes of dream win

By The Telegraph

Sports  /  Published 20.01.21

Remember their names

The Indian cricket team didn’t just win a Test series in Australia. India, and with it, world cricket too, was won over by the boys Down Under. Under the most intense pressure, they didn’t...
By Sanjeeb Mukherjea in New Delhi

Sports  /  Published 20.01.21

Triumph of belief and team unity

There were a group of spectators at the Gabba on the third day of the final Test for the Border Gavaskar Trophy, who were dressed like the iconic Jamaican bobsleigh team of the 1988 Winter Olympics, w...
By Adam Gilchrist

Sports  /  Published 20.01.21

Rahane inspires coming of age

⦾ Shubman Gill’s 91 at 21 years & 133 days makes him the third youngest visiting opening batsman in Australia after West Indian Adrian Barath (19 years & 228 days) and Pakistani S...
By Sayak Banerjee in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 20.01.21

Boys to men: India conquers Gabba

India retaining the Border-Gavaskar Trophy — this was India’s second consecutive Test series win Down Under — can be compared to the fable of the phoenix. Having been humiliated in t...
By The Editorial Board


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