‘None of us knew anything about the internet when Rediff began’: interview with the journalist Prem Panicker

‘None of us knew anything about the Internet when Rediff began’: interview with the journalist Prem Panicker‘None of us knew anything about the Internet when Rediff began’: interview with the journalist Prem Panicker

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Our special guest this week is Prem Panicker, a veteran journalist who has been writing on cricket for over 25 years. Prem was one of the founding journalists at Rediff.com and a pioneer with regard to online commentary and internet radio. Talking Points: Falling in love with cricket in the


‘Batting is now less artistic, more power-based’ – Amol Muzumdar

‘Batting is now less artistic, more power-based’ – Amol Muzumdar‘Batting is now less artistic, more power-based’ – Amol Muzumdar

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In our latest episode we talk to Amol Muzumdar, a legend for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy and a bona fide domestic great. Muzumdar’s illustrious career spanned two decades and he finished with 9,205 runs in the Ranji Trophy – which stands as the second-highest aggregate of all time. Muzumdar


A thumping finish: India v England, 4th Test review

A thumping finish: India v England, 4th Test reviewA thumping finish: India v England, 4th Test review

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We discuss the fourth Test between India and England in Ahmedabad. Talking Points: India’s terrific achievement across eight Tests A triumph of depth for the Indian team Axar’s 27 wickets and his perfect debut series Why Ashwin’s value to the side is double that of their best batsman Mohammad Siraj


Sometimes it is best to leave a YouTube clip aloneSometimes it is best to leave a YouTube clip alone

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Lovely piece on cricketing memories. It’s bizarre how YouTube can so emphatically raze the awe-inspiring structures we have erected in our minds. A YouTube highlights clip is so cruelly devoid of context. It tells you nothing about fans’ expectations back then. It reveals very little about the baggage that the