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    Cricket you read regularly

    Apart from CW forums what do you read regularly on the game?

    It could be the cricket section of a newspaper, a cricket columnist or a magazine or a blog or whatever.

    I am catching cricinfo mostly and am not finding time to read more stuff.

    I did find the Ranji Trophy coverage in Hindustan Times good today while I read it. They devoted a full page to it.

    I try to read columns of Peter Roebuck, the cricket section of Telegraph UK and SMH.

    Among blogs I have not been able to catch any thing for ages..

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    Cricinfo, BBC, Guardian, Telegraph.

    Also have HowSTAT! & CricketArchive saved in my favourites, although they're more stats orientated.
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    besides those up here ^

    www.123cricket.com
    www.dawn.com
    www.timesofindia.com
    uk.sports.yahoo.com/cr
    au.sports.yahoo.com/cricket
    in.sports.yahoo.com/cricket

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    Cricinfo and BBC mainly, occasionally look in the Guardian's sports bit.


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    We get a copy of The Times everyday at school, and thats pretty good for domestic cricket but doesn't do overseas Test reports bar Australia, which is always out of date when you read it anyway. Otherwise I use cricinfo, Cricket Archive, sometimes bbc and a daily dose of the unreliable in cricBD

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    Cricinfo.. refresh, refresh, refresh. hahaha
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    Cricinfo (international, ranji, etc ... good stuff), TimesofIndia (to learn about the latest ******** gossip in India)

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    TOI, cricinfo.

    I wish they had a Mumbai edition of The Hindu. They have the best cricket coverage and writing of all rags in the country.
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    You should all be saying CricketWeb (non-forum section, that is)!

    Other than CW, CricInfo, The Age newspaper, HowStat, CricketArchive...and some stats related blogs.

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    Cricinfo, CW, smh.com.au, and cricket.com.au for domestic stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja moo
    I wish they had a Mumbai edition of The Hindu. They have the best cricket coverage and writing of all rags in the country.
    They used to have the best coverage about 5-8 years back. But now it's pretty poor.

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    I must admit I rely on this forum and the front page for 90% of my current info. As I read a lot of cricket books I am usually 12 months behind
    You know it makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja moo
    I wish they had a Mumbai edition of The Hindu. They have the best cricket coverage and writing of all rags in the country.
    Well there is the online edition of course.

    The sportstar magazine from Hindu (www.tssonnet.com) is also an good publication for cricket but I dont read it as much I did in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja moo
    TOI, cricinfo.

    I wish they had a Mumbai edition of The Hindu. They have the best cricket coverage and writing of all rags in the country.
    They already have. All The Hindu Regular (Vijay Lokpally, Rohit Brijnath, S Dinakar, Nirmal Shekhar, Raju Bhartan, Bobby Simpson) write for Sportstar, it is available online on - www.sportstaronnet.com

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