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Sportstar, April 26, 2014 Issue
Over the years, despite several ups and downs, the IPL has continued to attract the cream of cricketers from across continents. Few players have been able to resist its charms as followers of the shortest format flock to grounds or refuse to let go of TV remotes, writes A. Joseph Antony in our cover story. Also: Cricket - IPL and the sands of time; Football - How special is Mourinho?; Champions League - Interesting fare in the offing. Poster: IPL SCHEDULE


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Sportstar, April 19, 2014 Issue
For 18 years Sri Lanka had waited for an outright win in a global tournament, having lost four times in the finals. It was not to be denied glory here in Bangladesh, after beating India by six wickets in the final at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium writes Shreedutta Chidananda in our cover story. Also: Cricket- World Twenty20 matches; Football - Nikica Jelavic: Eyeing a World Cup spot; Could FIFA disappear? Poster: JAYAWARDENE & SANGAKKARA


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Sportstar, April 12, 2014 Issue
Sunil Gavaskar, batting deity, suave with his words, rich with a sense of humour, and obviously Indian cricket’s biggest voice, has donned many hats. But surely the latest Supreme Court directive that appointed him as the BCCI Interim President specific to the IPL, is a challenge unlike any that he has faced, writes K.C. Vijaya Kumar in our cover story. Also: Cricket - Chronology of corruption; World Twenty20 matches; Chess - World Candidates Championship: Last man standing. Football - A real turnaround for Rooney. Poster: FRANCK RIBERY


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Sportstar, April 5, 2014 Issue
Virat Kohli is now seen as India’s batting fulcrum in all formats. His poise in Tests acquires an aggressive veneer in ODIs and then gains dollops of explosive energy in Twenty20s, writes K.C. Vijaya Kumar in our cover story. Also: Cricket - Twenty20 World Cup matches; Football - Morgan Schneiderlin : Eyeing a switchover; World Cup: The Contenders and The Pretenders. Poster: M.S. DHONI



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