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The ‘thinking man’s soldier’

Lt. Gen. Sinha was very much an old-world aristocrat in the truest sense of the word, calm and collected under all circumstances.

19 Nov 2016 4:26 AM

Finding hope beyond drives, pulls and flicks

It’s been a long time since a cricketer has written a book.

04 Sep 2016 6:34 AM

We must fight for a conservation law

A shepherd drinks water on the dry bed of Manjara Dam, which supplies water to Latur in Maharashtra’s Marathwada region. (Photo: AP )

27 May 2016 1:49 AM

Why this royal fascination

This fascination with Kate and William befuddles me. Here we are, a nation with history that is much older than the British. We had our golden period when they were still running around with clubs.

20 Apr 2016 2:16 AM

Perils of ignoring the amateur era

Virat Kohli, who, along with M.S. Dhoni, was the only Indian player who displayed the guile needed to score on turning tracks against New Zealand on Tuesday. (Photo: AP)

19 Mar 2016 1:02 AM