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Shamik Chakrabarty

Articles By Shamik Chakrabarty

156 Articles

England’s moment of reckoning

The Ashes, the mother of all cricketing contests, is a different ball game altogether. A series victory for England would be a huge achievement. Defeat could be catastrophic

England’s moment of reckoning

MS Dhoni and the haze

It's too premature to say Dhoni's captaincy is on the line. Just one series loss doesn't a paradigm make. But even if he is removed from the post, it won't be the end of his world

MS Dhoni and the haze

FIFA row: Amid filth, a song of celebration

Fifa-gate has shaken the very foundations of football. But, with their Champions League win, Lionel Messi and his teammates have provided a timely reminder that the sport still thrives in beauty

FIFA row: Amid filth, a song of celebration

IPL 8: Lots of positives and a slump

From TV viewership to live streaming on Internet and ‘Twitter battles’, everything was upwardly mobile during season 8. However, big buys failed to live up to the hype.

IPL 8: Lots of positives and a slump

Kevin Pietersen row: Shambolic and shameful

The whole saga of Kevin Pietersen being barred from the national team by the England and Wales Cricket Board reeks of double standards

Kevin Pietersen, Kevin Pietersen news, kevin pietersen england, wales cricket board, england cricket team, cricket news

Ringside view: Moment of reckoning

Bowler Sunil Narine, Kolkata Knight Riders’ trump card and the reason why the franchise won the IPL twice in the last three years, has been banned by the BCCI from bowling off-spin. Can he bounce back from here?

Ringside view: Moment of reckoning

Richie Benaud: The voice of cricket

The passing away of former Australian cricketer and commentator Richie Benaud has created a vacuum, which is unlikely to be filled in the near future

Richie Benaud: The voice of cricket

Ringside view: The art of (modern) captaincy

Cricket has an element of romance attached to it, which makes it, arguably, the greatest of all sports. And over the past few months, no one has embodied that cricketing romance more than New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum.

World Cup 2015, world cups, Brendon McCullum, new zealand, south africa

Captain Marvel, welcome to 100…

Dhoni has taken India to 100 ODI wins. He will become a demi-god if he wins this World Cup

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Cricket World Cup 2015, MS Dhoni cracks joke, MS Dhoni ODI wins, MS Dhoni World cup

Column: The comeback king

Jagmohan Dalmiya is the only man in recent history to become BCCI president for two separate terms. But his success this time will depend on his adaptability.

Column: The comeback king

Chaos in Babylon: West Indies in Cricket World Cup

West Indies losing cricket matches has almost become the norm these days. Fire has long been doused in Babylon. It’s now chaos on and off the field

Cricket World Cup, ICC Cricket World Cup, West Indies, Ireland

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: The Sachin Tendulkar void

Sachin Tendulkar’s insights into the World Cup proceedings will be a special privilege for viewers this year. But then again, nothing better than watching the little champion with a piece of willow...

Sachin Tendulkar, Sachin Tendulkar news, Sachin Tendulkar Tribute, Sachin Tendulkar book

World Cup 2015: Now or never…

The new hashtag says, ‘we won’t give it back’. But India’s ODI record overseas over the past 14 months looks dismal...

World Cup 2015: Now or never…

Louis van Gaal: Vital tactics

ManU’s Louis van Gaal has a fantastic pedigree as a manager, but Premier League, the toughest football tournament in the world, is a different kettle of fish

Manchester United, Louis van Gaal, Premier League

Steven Gerrard’s swan song

The English midfielder might be playing for LA Galaxy in the Major League Soccer next season, but the Liverpool exit marks the end of his primetime football association

Steven Gerrard’s swan song

Football revolution

With the recently-concluded Indian Super League ushering in a wind of change in Indian football, the ‘sleeping giant’ is waking up from its slumber. It just needs the right direction

Football revolution

The second wind

Circa 2013 saw a considerable decline for Roger Federer. This year, there was a burning desire to succeed again. The greatest player ever to play the game was not ready to go out with a whimper

The second wind

Phillip Hughes: An unfinished life

Cricketer Phil Hughes’ death puts the safety issue in the spotlight. Hopefully, more time will be spent to further improve the quality of protective equipment

Phillip Hughes: An unfinished life

Fire Down Under

For the upcoming Test series against Australia, India—which have never won a Test series in that country—should fight fire with fire

Fire Down Under

Sachin’s doosra: Playing IT My Way

The best thing about Sachin Tendulkar’s autobiography—Playing It My Way...

Sachin’s doosra: Playing IT My Way

Going for the jugular

Real Madrid were the crowned champions of Europe in May. Four months later, they had slipped down to 13th in La Liga. But coach Ancelotti kept calm and made his team a cohesive force again

Going for the jugular
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