All stories by Chetan Narula
Is Hamilton better than Schumacher by miles?Rediff.com13 Nov 2018
Lewis Hamilton has competed with Alonso, Raikkonen, Button, Rosberg, Schumacher and Vettel, champions all of them, and he has come out on top.
Despedida, Senor AlonsoRediff.com31 Aug 2018
Alonso's last race victory came in 2013, and he hasn't been on the podium since 2014. For arguably one of the best drivers F1 has ever seen, this is the very definition of a legacy unfulfilled, says Chetan Narula.
How Kohli is rewriting the rules of captaincyRediff.com24 Aug 2018
'He is that daredevil taking the bike round and round in the 'Well of Death', and we -- those following and witnessing Indian cricket -- are all just along for the ride,' says Chetan Narula.
'I was just hoping to play for India again'Rediff.com17 Jun 2018
After Ambati Rayudu failed the Yo-Yo test, the selectors turned to Suresh Raina for the ODI series in England.
Superman hangs up his capeRediff.com7 Jun 2018
AB de Villiers could do anything and everything. If he defied gravity on field, with a bat in hand the laws of physics bent to his wishes.
F1 2018: Making History and the battle for 5 titlesRediff.com8 Apr 2018
For the first time in F1 history, two four-time champions are on the same grid and vying for their fifth title.
Why Virat depends on KulChaRediff.com22 Feb 2018
Will Chahal-Yadav spin India towards the 2019 ICC World Cup in England, asks Chetan Narula.
Why does Virat constantly change his playing 11?Rediff.com29 Jan 2018
In the 35 Tests Kohli has led as captain, he has fielded 35 different playing 11s. Sure, the chopping and changing worked in the sub-continent because the home conditions masked the deficiencies in constantly chopping and changing the playing 11, says Chetan Narula.
Fast bowlers: Team India's new trump cardsRediff.com23 Jan 2018
Perhaps for the first time, India's pace strength is not centred on any one individual, or set of individuals.
Who will open in the 1st Test in South Africa?Rediff.com14 Dec 2017
'On one hand, three in-form openers is a healthy problem of plenty.' 'On the other, you just don't know whom to pick, and whether the selection sits well with the conditions and opposition on offer,' says Chetan Narula.
How Ravindra Jadeja became Mr IndispensableRediff.com21 Aug 2017
Supremely versatile and unique, Ravindra Jadeja is now an indispensable part of the Indian Test set-up.
Champions Trophy: India aren't the favourites, but...Rediff.com3 Jun 2017
England are the favourites, but India's tried-and-tested squad are in the hunt in the Champions Trophy.