Wednesday, Dec 01, 2021

Robin Bose

Man Of Steel

Mar 31, 2007 Robin Bose

Kumble's departure from the one-day scene has robbed Indian cricket of a trait most of his colleagues seem to be low on -- determination.

Further Up The Mountain

Jul 04, 2006 Robin Bose

Cometh the hour, cometh the man. The Indian captain once again proves vital in winning abroad, and strides into the 9000+ Test runs club, with the highest average among the highest run getters ever.

Puja In Delhi

You can take a Bengali out of Calcutta but you can't take Kolkata out of a Bengali. Pandal-hopping in Delhi during Puja, our senior correspondent hurriedly shared some of his observations, before rushing off for the day's peregrinations

Stand By Your Boys, Mr Dalmiya

Nov 20, 2001 Robin Bose

Time for the BCCI to show some spine. Far too long have the mandarins of Indian cricket accepted harsh penalties handed out to its players by ICC match referees.

Sour Grapes

Those who don't make it to Bradman's Dream Team are sceptical.

31 May, 2001

'Less Cricket, More a Gladiatorial Contest'

Robin Bose

The BCCI cuts a sorry figure in the face of the Sports Ministry's flip-flop

31 March, 2001

Yet Another Record, Yet Another Eulogy

Robin Bose

Ten-thousand-dulkar runs 28th Century in ODIs, India go up 2-1, what more can one ask for?

26 March, 2001

'Whos De Big Man Inna Cricket, Courtney!'

Robin Bose

Courtney Walsh's sustained success is a testament to his amazing levels of fitness, skill and determination.

13 March, 2001

Perseverance Pays Off For Resolute Sardar

Robin Bose

It is the never-say-die spirit that has seen Harbhajan through the dark days.

13 March, 2001

'Consistency At The Top Is A Must'

Robin Bose

He might be the All-England champion but he is not someone who rests on past laurels. The mantra of his success: to keep performing.

Photo Gallery

A sweeper clears the snow in central St. Petersburg, Russia. A cyclone caused the first snowfall in St. Petersburg this winter.


Fire burns along the western ridge of Pilot Mountain, in North Carolina. The fire, which was reported to have started Saturday night, has burned more than 500 acres as of Monday night and is expected to burn 900 as...

Walt Unks/The Winston-Salem Journal via AP

Pupils wearing masks line up to enter their classroom at the Kgololo Academy on "Spirit Day" in Johannesburg's Alexandra township. Despite global worry, doctors in South Africa are reporting patients with the COVID-19...

AP Photo/Jerome Delay

Lava flows from a volcano on the Canary island of La Palma, Spain. Several new volcanic vents opened in La Palma, releasing new lava that flowed fast down a ridge and threatened to widen the impact on evacuated land,...

AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti

Lava flows as volcano continues to erupt on the Canary island of La Palma, Spain. Several new volcanic vents opened in La Palma on Sunday, releasing new lava that flowed fast down a ridge and threatened to widen the...

AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti

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