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Why Pakistanis are warmer than Indians

Ajaz Ashraf in Daily Times

‘It was happenstance I completed reading Pundits from Pakistan, Rahul Bhattacharya’s magisterial account of the Indian cricket team’s tour of Pakistan in the spring of 2004, two days before the recent announcement of resumption of cricketing ties between the two neighbours . . .’


Reviews for “Pundits from Pakistan”

‘One of the best cricket books to be published anywhere in many years. Forget the DVD; if you want to relive the tour, in all its dramatic complexity, read Bhattacharya’ — Mike Marqusee, Wisden Asia Cricket ‘Delightfully piquant . . . gently illuminating . . . emphatic and all-encompassing . . . The cricket book we’ve been waiting for […]


Pundits from Pakistan

One of the best-loved cricket books, Pundits from Pakistan will always remind us of what was and what could be. Funny, warm and uplifting, it is a fascinating account of a beautiful game in a crucial setting, as told by a young Indian discovering Pakistan.