Harsha Bhogle The Indian Express Group
Friday 28 September '12A hundred countries may play cricket but it is still really only eight.
Friday 21 September '12There are often very good reasons why schedules are the way they are and it is also true that those commenting on schedules have fewer variables to consider than those making them
Friday14 September '12There was a time when the sub-continent was mystery, assigned darker and more exotic shades than even we were aware of.
Friday7 September '12Ostensibly Saturday’s match at Visakhapatnam will be between India and New Zealand.
Friday31 August '12This team is unlike earlier SA outfits that played the game with an almost self-consuming intensity
Friday24 August '12It was always “chik”, that sound from VVS Laxman’s bat when it met ball; a gentle sound, barely audible, a pleasant meeting of two otherwise antagonistic elements.
Friday17 August '12India’s recent team selections have been a lot like India’s recent budget speeches.
Wednesday15 August '12You write like you played! But what a colossal waste of time all this is.
Friday10 August '12Bolt and Yohan Blake force us to revisit the eternal debate between natural ability and hard work.
Friday3 August '12In the way dynasties used to rule, countries seem to dominate sport in a somewhat peculiar way
Friday27 July '12Not since the Aussies has a No.1 truly made winning a habit, says Harsha Bhogle.
Friday20 July '12He was lonely, ever since his wife and the strength of his life Meera, had passed away a few years ago.
Friday13 July '12Thanks to injury and poor form, a solution for India’s recurring No.7 problem has remained elusive
Friday29 June '12Interesting thing about Tony Greig’s lecture was not that he took off on India but that it took so long coming.
Friday22 June '12For years we thought India’s batting will be fine, that one of the many young fellows routinely knocking runs in domestic cricket will become the next Dravid or Laxman
Friday15 June '12At last, some light at the end of what seemed an interminable tunnel
Friday8 June '12I wonder if cricket is a bit incestuous sometimes, a little too suspicious, a little too insecure, of those that inhabit other worlds.
Friday25 May '12To think longer would be to become analytical which isn’t the objective.
Friday18 May '12Cricket needs to be careful of those that write film style dialogues and those that over-dramatise it.
Friday11 May '12I am overjoyed that the ICC is going to review the switch hit.
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