• Anand Vasu
  • Anand Vasu

    Anand Vasu is Joint Editor-in-chief at Wisden India. You can follow him on @anandvasu.
Stark realities stare BCCI in the face

Stark realities stare BCCI in the face

The imminent purge within the corridors of power in the Indian board is more self-invited than anything else read more

Kohli’s horses deliver on suitable courses

Anything but conventional, India’s Test skipper has fused gut and logic beautifully to arrive at varied read more

Fascinating sub-plots await Gambhir return

The experienced opener is in a win-win or a no-win situation, depending on how you read more

India's Test buffet shows T20 drive-thru isn't the pinnacle

BCCI, often accused of being interested in only the bottom line, has done its bit, it's read more

Trinidad Trippings: The intoxicating Brian Lara

The teacher with a difference meets his match in R Ashwin, who is proving to be more of an all-rounder than meets the eye

The ground reality at Queen’s Park Oval is a shambles

With no measures in place to deal with rain, the venue for the fourth India-West Indies Test has presented a sorry picture

India knock two over before rain reigns

Going in with four bowlers for the first time in the series, visitors reduce West Indies to 62 for 2 in 22 overs possible on day one

Essential to change the mentality of players: Garner

Pace legend calls for professionalism across the board in these drastic times for Caribbean cricket

Rahul’s metamorphosis, from caterpillar to stinging bee

Classical with the bat but non-conformist otherwise, Karnataka’s latest batting gift to Indian cricket is his own man

Tease, torment and delight – the Ashwin rope trick

Should he pick up eight wickets at the Queen’s Park Oval, the India offie will be the joint quickest ever to 200 Test wickets

Lucian Lores: Daren with a difference, the intimate Jump Up

Gros Islet’s legendary Friday night parties are a must-do, but how about a Nadine George Stand please?

Lessons for Holder from the Kohli book of leadership

While a captain might only be as good as his team, it is important for the man in charge to pull his weight

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