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In The Ashes, the most intriguing battle will be fought in the mind: Harsha Bhogle

Friday 5 July '13

I will be very interested in seeing whether…well…England can do an Australia, writes Harsha.
Ravindra Jadeja: A polished gem in ODIs, work in progress in Tests

Friday 28 June '13

In spite of Dhawan's audacious batting, Dhoni's calm my player of Champions Trophy was Jadeja.
Shikhar Dhawan going through a great phase and greater scrutiny: Harsha Bhogle

Saturday 22 June '13

Shikhar Dhawan is very contemporary and is fantastic to watch, writes Harsha Bhogle.
T20 appears to have become a laboratory for testing out new strokes

Friday 14 June '13

T20 is showing that the risk associated with certain shots was over-estimated.
With Champions Trophy, game's original sounds will return, hopefully

Friday 7 June '13

England is tranquil, there is a freshness in the breeze, nature is still a bit uncertain about whether to present summer in all its glory or to keep the suspense lingering
IPL spot-fixing: A move by BCCI towards openness is not an alternative, it's imperative

Friday 31 May '13

Speaking at a private event to felicitate the Mumbai Indians on their victory at the IPL John Wright, always dignified, always self-effacing
IPL Spot-Fixing: Education, fear are effective deterrents

Friday 24 May '13

Cricket, like all sport, offers glory to few and a lifetime of it to even fewer, says Harsha Bhogle.
Don't cry for cricket

Saturday 18 May '13

Fans need to be angry and BCCI needs to reach out to them
Karan Sharma, Sanju Samson have a future in longer formats

Friday 10 May '13

What the IPL can do is to provide the platform, offer the opportunity, it cannot do more.
As technology evolves, so should commentary

Friday 26 April '13

As I watched a large crowd fill the Eden Gardens again and saw the spidercam move gently over them and emphasise the enormity of the gathering
Narine, Mishra show there is more than one way to skin a cat

Friday 19 April '13

For about twenty minutes in Mohali, that rather sleepy adjunct to Chandigarh where fast bowlers are allowed an existence in India
IPL not a certificate of performance in other forms of cricket

Friday 12 April '13

The IPL allows you to see them, it gives them a platform and that is one of the reasons I look forward to it every year.
Hey teachers, leave those kids alone

Friday 5 April '13

Coaching academies mushrooming everywhere are scarcely enriching Indian cricket
T20 viewers today, Test fans tomorrow

Friday 29 March '13

Test cricket has laid out for us a three day result and a thrilling five day draw.
Behind the Scorecards

Saturday 23 March '13

The story of a cricketer who won the World Cup and a son who defeated cancer
Australian cricket, Watson caught in a web of insecurity and frustration

Friday 15 March '13

The stars create these images and television creates that aura, allows us to believe they are invincible.
Virender Sehwag: An open ending, says Harsha Bhogle

Friday 8 March '13

Sehwag kept you on the edge of your seat, he made you look forward to the next moment.
An open ending

Friday 8 March '13

Sehwag may still return to Team India fold in the future, but it’s unlikely that it will be as opener
How two Madras super kings won India Chennai Test

Friday 1 March '13

As exhibition of character, ambition and frailties, opportunities, fears, 5 days in Madras were enthralling.
Few big names in series, but many an opportunity

Friday 22 February '13

It defines them, without their swagger, they give the impression they have left their spells behind.

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