• R Kaushik
  • R Kaushik

    R Kaushik is Managing Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on @kausheek68.
Love and grandfatherly lessons in Gavaskar's ponytail

Love and grandfatherly lessons in Gavaskar's ponytail

Grandparents are fun, but they can also be an inspiration and our first teachers – just as they were for the likes of Connors and Laxman read more

Having life ban lifted was like playing 100th Test: Azhar

Former captain to attend India's 500th Test, credits BCCI for providing nurturing environment and turning side read more

Perfect Ten

From Dhaka to Hamilton, the experience of being groundside for an Indian Test win in every country read more

Balaji, the battler with evergreen charm

The man with the widest smile in cricket who refused to be broken by injuries, leaves the game much the richer for his presence

Not seen anyone as professional as Kohli, says Kumble

Indian coach lauds Test skipper’s intensity, says scrutiny on Rohit, Pujara in particular is unfair on both players

In this Indian team, nobody says ‘no’: Kumble

In his first stint as coach, former captain opens up on his equation with players, the character of the squad, selection dilemmas and much else

The Duleep Trophy, convenient colours and a short shrift

It is almost as if the tournament is encouraging individualism and selfishness this season, never a good thing in team sport

Badrinath to captain Hyderabad in coming season

Veteran batsman will link up with coach B Arun to target a revival for former Ranji champions who have fallen on hard times

Wide angle: Ashwin, and cricketers turned mediamen

Despite the player-media divide, we have seen the likes of Kumble, Dhoni and Rahul show an interest in how pictures are shot, stories weaved and narrated

Dravid and Laxman: A match made in cricketing heaven

It was almost a given that the two would work well together – they did, and they continue to enrich Indian cricket, with calm and grace

Sindhu is no Dravid to Saina’s Tendulkar anymore

The Rio hero’s parents aren’t too different from VVS Laxman’s, and she will be the first to acknowledge the role her father has played in her rise

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