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Bhavesh Bhimani

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About Me

Two things in my life always fascinated me: cricket and writing. When I learnt that I could combine the two, magic happened. A journalism graduate, I have been smitten with cricket since the age of 8. I dreamt of being a cricketer once, but ended up being a cricket writer instead. Over the past six years or so, I have been writing on myriad facets of the game for a national sports magazine, and for several other sports-specific websites. When I am not drooling over cricket, my time is usually spent on devouring books or on writing for my blog. You can find my blog here: http://burnighbright.blogspot.in/ You can also connect with me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bhawesh.bhimani

20-Aug-2017 The quiet triumph of Wriddhiman Saha

The India wicket-keeper has proven himself as one of the purest keepers in the longest format of the game.

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03-Aug-2017 Rangana Herath: The Unrelenting Champion

He does not look like a superstar of international sport, but Herath is one of the modern greats of the game.

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26-Jul-2017 5 moments from India vs Sri Lanka Test history

While it is not one of cricket's great rivalries, the subcontinental clash has had its moments.

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26-Jul-2017 India's bench strength

Six budding cricketers who will help India rotate their international squad when the senior players need rest.

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26-Jul-2017 5 standout moments from the Women's World Cup 2017

Harmanpreet Kaur, Chamari Atapattu, and Anya Shrubsole all contributed to making it a great tournament.

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25-Jul-2017 MS Dhoni vs Yuvraj Singh

Both these limited overs legends are growing old. Who should be dropped by the 2019 World Cup?

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20-Jul-2017 Is Women's cricket really on the rise?

Despite great progress in recent years, the ICC and the cricket boards need to do more between international events.

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14-Jul-2017 Sri Lanka sinks to their lowest

The ODI series defeat to Zimbabwe has brought home the need for a strong, settled team.

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12-Jul-2017 5 legends of Women's Cricket

In the years since the first Women's Cricket World Cup in 1973, these players have left their mark on the game.

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12-Jul-2017 A new dawn for Zimbabwe

The ODI series victory against Sri Lanka could mark the beginning of a new chapter for Zimbabwe.

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