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Rohit Mahajan

Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Asif, left, 28, arrives at the Southwark court in London

No Time To Point Fingers

Nov 01, 2011 Rohit Mahajan

Three cricketers from Pakistan could go to jail after being found guilty for “conspiracy to cheat” and for “conspiracy to obtain and accept corrupt payments”.

'I’m Entitled To My Opinion, Right?'

Sep 30, 2011 Rohit Mahajan

The Rawalpindi Express clarifies that he never actually said that Sachin Tendulkar was scared of him: 'I did say that when I played against him, he didn’t win as many matches as I thought a player like him would'


Ignore Afridi

Shahid Afridi’s remarks against India and Indians are offensive, but we need not take umbrage at them. We need not even notice them.

That's The Way...Mahi Way

Apr 02, 2011 Rohit Mahajan

This was Dhoni’s job and Dhoni’s stage. He didn’t hide. He wasn’t coy or fearful. He went in and simply did the job.


The Burden Of Expectations

'By the end of the 30th of this month, you’ll have one team losing and one team going into the final.' So said Captain Cool. True, but who's he kidding that it is just another match?

29 March, 2011

The Dogs Of War

Rohit Mahajan

Something’s not quite right when a player like Afridi — the opposite of “stable” — has to, rightly, admonish the media to mend their ways


22 December, 2010
Sushil Kumar reacts after defeating Russia s Alan Gogaev, during their 66kg freestyle final match at the World Wrestling Championships in Moscow.

Indian Sports 2010

Rohit Mahajan

Indian sport had a good year in 2010. Here's celebrating some of the achievers


13 September, 2010

Age Of Nadal

Rohit Mahajan

If Federer is the greatest player of all time, I do wonder what Rafael Nadal is.


13 March, 2010

Amazing Pace

Rohit Mahajan

Top-flight hockey was played in India after very long; it was an opportunity to revive the game, but by all accounts, this possibility hasn’t been fully exploited. We must be glad, at least, that we got to see the amazing Australians display their wa


04 March, 2010

Bring The Goosebumps Back

Rohit Mahajan

At each Spanish goal, a deathly silence descended on the crowd – it was so different when the game began. As the Indian team entered the arena and burst into a warm-up spring, the crowd went mad with joy.


01 February, 2010

The Ball Between His Teeth

Rohit Mahajan

Shahid Afridi, you know, isn’t one for subtlety, while playing cricket or operating off the field. But his latest move was surely the daftest, most comical thing ever done on a cricket field


21 January, 2010

Not An Ordinary Man

Rohit Mahajan

In these bleak times for scribes, when every cricketer is media-trained, programmed to mouth politically correct platitudes, a Sehwag – a man who, to paraphrase a beloved cliché, doesn't live in the corridor of certainty – is a boon.


19 January, 2010

Breathtaking Brazenness

Rohit Mahajan

The intriguing concept of “silent tiebreaker”, which seemed suspiciously like a “bundle under the table”, and the non-sale of Pakistani players stood out in this time's auction.


25 December, 2009

Testing Times

Rohit Mahajan

Test cricket’s No. 1 team faces the grim prospects of losing the ranking without being able to defend it.


25 December, 2009

The Road Ahead

Rohit Mahajan

It was not a great sporting year, but there were some important feats, most encouragingly by younger sportspersons


22 December, 2009

A ' Decade' Of Change

Rohit Mahajan

No one would have been able to dream 10 years ago that India would be on top of Test rankings. Ten years ago India toured Australia and lost the Tests by 285 runs, 180 runs, and an innings and 141 runs.


03 December, 2009

The Inexplicable

Rohit Mahajan

He remains a thing of wonder and speculation, a mystery, a batsman impossible to reduce into comprehension by mere words. He spurns labels – he is one big, knotty problem of modern cricket, confounding critics more than bowlers.


20 November, 2009

Dead As A Dodo

Rohit Mahajan

Test cricket is the best test of a player’s skills. But pitches like the one that dulled the cricket at Ahmedabad can only also dull the ardour of Test cricket’s aficionados.


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

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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...

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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...

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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,...

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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...

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