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Sweet job: England seeks ‘choc doc’ to study candy

The research goal is to identify ways of keeping chocolate-based food from melting in warm climates.


Mr Modi goes to temple

And a TV show that ventured outside the home draws to an unlamented close.


India tour of England: Finding right balance difficult when there is a dearth of all-rounders

India’s last batsman capable of a bit of seam and swing was Sourav Ganguly, writes Harsha Bhogle.


We don’t have bowlers to bowl out England twice, says Dilip Vengsarkar

Vengsarkar believes playing two practice games before Tests are not enough to get acclimatised to conditions.


Liam Plunkett gets England Test call after seven years, Matt Prior recalled

Yorkshire paceman Liam Plunkett, included after 7 years, last played for England against West Indies in 2007.


In leagues of not their own

Spain have included nine players from foreign leagues, most ever in a World Cup.


Hockey World Cup: Indians look to plug holes against Spain

Roelant Oltmans feels the high-quality individuals in the Spanish team could pose problems for his team.


Spirit of gentlemen’s game hurt after ‘mankading’ incident

Cricket has been viewed by admirers as cut above pastimes, but a host of incidents indicate it is not as pure.


Wayne Rooney to start for England against Ecuador in World Cup warm-up

Needing to prove his sharpness, Rooney is set to be the only player retained from the Peru game.


Peter Moores’s first win, England edge Scotland

England launched their second spell under coach Peter Moores with a ran-marred win over Scotland.


‘Breaking’ news time

The injuries lulled out for a dozen years after that, but so did their progress beyond quarters.


Alastair Cook laments ‘tough’ Graham Gooch call

Cook insisted he would be happy for anyone in the England side to continue to use Gooch as a personal batting coach.


Peter Moores returns as England coach

Moores succeeds Zimbabwean Andy Flower who stepped down after five years in charge following the whitewash Down Under.


Five years, full circle: Peter Moores set to be England coach again

Peter Moores lost the job in January 2009 just before the team were due to head to the West Indies.


Jonathan Trott stands down again after relapse of stress problems

Trott left England’s Ashes tour of Australia in November after the first test in Brisbane due to a stress-related illness.


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