• R Kaushik
  • R Kaushik

    R Kaushik is Managing Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on @kausheek68.
Kabali, Kohli and Cook – what makes for pleasant viewing

Kabali, Kohli and Cook – what makes for pleasant viewing

As celebrations go, the India Test captain's was subdued, but there's nothing amiss with a few Misbah-style push-ups either read more

Will cricket's McIlroys choose the Olympics?

ICC need the Games to spread cricket, but it is debatable if their best players can in read more

Tendulkar, Kyrgios and the thin line between love and hate

Is love for the chosen sport compulsory in the push for greatness? Or, as Laxman feels, it’ read more

Kumble and Kohli, and the emotional connect

Unwavering focus, great work ethic, the pursuit of excellence, going for a win – the Indian coach and read more

With new-found pace and confidence, Bhuvneshwar is back in the swing of things

Success in IPL 2016 has helped – “I managed to execute whatever I wanted to”, says the 26-year-old paceman

The Buddy Programme: Building bonds with biryani and legspin

Kohli and Bhuvneshwar, Rohit and Binny, and other pairs – “communication is everything” in new regime in the Indian team

Stuart Binny strikes the right balance

Kumble has made him believe he can score a Test hundred, says allrounder, who has gone the extra mile to get fitter and better

Ganguly-Shastri fracas does Indian cricket a disservice

Both former captains would do well to heed Ajay Shirke’s sagacious words and end this street-fight minus the blows

Kumble holds the door open to new era

On his first day officially in charge of the Indian team, new coach espouses twin paths of communication and being in the background

It'll be the guiding hand of Anil bhai, not Anil sir

Insecurity is not a characteristic associated with India's new coach, who'll demand endeavour and unselfishness from his side

Kumble, Shastri emerge front-runners in India coach race

The two former India captains will be favourites when the Cricket Advisory Committee begins interviewing candidates in Kolkata on June 21

The tricky task of selecting India's next coach

Jagdale and the Cricket Advisory Committee have been given very little time, but if anyone can get the job done quickly and thoroughly, it is them

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