• R Kaushik
  • R Kaushik

    R Kaushik is Managing Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on @kausheek68.
Tendulkar's two-pitch option sound in theory, but hard to implement

Tendulkar's two-pitch option sound in theory, but hard to implement

The aim of familiarising upcoming talents with overseas conditions, while retaining traditional strengths, is a laudable one. But how will it work? read more

How to win games and influence people – Bodyline and other masterstrokes

If winning is all that matters, you should take every available legitimate opportunity, like Jardine the rock- read more

Metamorphosis man Parthiv opens happy selection debate

The Gujarat man batted wonderfully in Mohali and has thrown his hat into the ring as a read more

All-round India grow into an all-weather team

Kohli and Ashwin have been the batting and bowling bulwarks, but have good backing up and down read more

A star is born: Hameed bats through pain, shows his senior mates up

It’s a shame that the 19 year old will leave for home because of the broken finger, but the Indians will heave a sigh of relief for sure

India take 2-0 lead even as battling Hameed offers England succour

Parthiv smashes fifty as hosts knock off the 103 runs needed for eight-wicket win on fourth day in Mohali

India’s lower order put a high price on their wicket

Ashwin, Jayant and co. have given the No.1 Test side the cushion of runs and the top batsmen something to think about

Ashwin-led spin trio pummels England with bat and ball

Half-centuries from the spin trio take India 134 ahead before regular strikes leave them tottering at 78/4, still 56 in arrears

Obstructing the field – the spirit and the law

England claiming a dismissal by this means after having pleaded to withdraw the appeal against Ian Bell in 2011 could be construed as somewhat rich

Ashwin, Jadeja haul India back to even keel

Gripping day’s cricket ends with home side 271 for 6 and trailing by 12, with England fighting back after a poor start

Another mixed-bag day in Parthiv’s Jekyll-Hyde career

After flitting between magnificent and mediocre behind the stumps, the Gujarat man will open the batting next – wonder what’s in store

Bairstow 89 props up stumbling England

India miss a series of chances on the field but the five-man bowling attack shares the spoils to leave visitors at 268/8 after Day 1

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