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Monday 23 December '13

On Sunday, The Mask retired and England lay exposed. They looked worried, defeated, shattered.
Learning the art of unlearning

Wednesday 18 December '13

Bigger challenge for inexperienced Indian batting line-up will be to erase their muscle memory.
Future of game safe in Asia

Saturday 30 November '13

Heartening story for cricket is the emergence of Nepal and Afghanistan.
Can Jonny keep faith like Matt?

Wednesday 20 November '13

An internationally untested wicket-keeper, who has played 12 Tests as a middle-order batsman.
The following game: Impressions of nation's adulation as Sachin's cricketing journey makes final three stops

Sunday 17 November '13

Impressions of a nation's adulation as Tendulkar's cricketing journey makes its final three stops.
Sachin, Sachin...will reverberate in my ears till I stop breathing

Sunday 17 November '13

Golden generation’s close personal bond with the Indian dressing room had finally snapped.
Sachin Tendulkar leaves, India in safe hands

Saturday 16 November '13

To his overnight 38 from 73 balls, Sachin Tendulkar added 36 from 45 on Day 2.
Sachin Tendulkar comes to party

Friday 15 November '13

At about 3:45 pm, the little master walked out to bat and the day wasn't the same anymore.
Sachin Tendulkar's 'living a dream' phase winds down as he begins his final Test match

Thursday 14 November '13

The little giant of cricket will play his 200th and final test match in his hometown.
In home stretch, son Arjun joins father Sachin Tendulkar's farewell parade

Wednesday 13 November '13

During his staggered batting session Sachin Tendulkar kept an eye on his little boy.
Rolling out the final red carpet

Tuesday 12 November '13

Groundsmen Tambe, Jaiswal have followed Tendulkar's career from start and will be there at finish.
A Shane who bowls the doosra

Friday 8 November '13

Shane Shillingford attends Saqlain Mushtaq’s spin clinic in September.
A Sachin Tendulkar pat on the back for Haryana attack

Thursday 31 October '13

The Little Master had words for praise for Mohit, Patel, Hooda, Rana, Joginder and Jayant.
On the shoulders of a giant

Thursday 31 October '13

Tendulkar’s unbeaten 79 in his final Ranji innings guides Mumbai to four-wicket win over Haryana.
Sachin Tendulkar overcomes early jitters, keeps Mumbai chase alive with unbeaten half-century

Wednesday 30 October '13

Mumbai, and Tendulkar, had survived to extend the battle by another day.
Worlds collide for DSP Joginder Sharma in Lahli

Tuesday 29 October '13

SP Dhankhar, nursing fever after hectic days of bandobast, misses his DSP's match-turning spell.
An unexpected turnaround

Tuesday 29 October '13

Joginder Sharma picks up five wickets to leave Haryana-Mumbai game evenly poised.
Sachin Tendulkar bowled over in Lahli

Monday 28 October '13

Crowd has eyes only for Sachin, whose early dismissal empties stadium; Mumbai on top.
The little big moment: Small town Lahli hosts Sachin Tendulkar's final Ranji game

Sunday 27 October '13

Tendulkar will play his last domestic game as champions Mumbai take on Haryana at Lahli.
Sachin's last Ranji game on Sunday in a corner of a Haryana field

Saturday 26 October '13

Tendulkar’s much anticipated last domestic game happens to be in their backyard and no one wants to miss it .


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