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  • Shamya Dasgupta
  • Shamya Dasgupta

    Shamya Dasgupta is Senior Editor at Wisden India. He tweets @shamyad.
Playing Test cricket for Afghanistan is the only dream left: Nabi

Playing Test cricket for Afghanistan is the only dream left: Nabi

From breaking new ground in the IPL to coming up the hard way, veteran allrounder opens up on the game and his life read more

Foes-turned-friends, and other IPL highlights

These pictures from the current season tell you how much the sport has changed, and how much read more

I run anywhere, says thankful Tahir

Veteran South African leggie still thinks himself Pakistani, but would give his life for the Rainbow Nation read more

The waning Gayle force – is there one hurrah left?

The Universe Boss continues to rule the airwaves, but he hasn’t been a brutal destroyer of read more

Spinning Afghanistan to the forefront, the Rashid way

Not yet 19, the bubbly and energetic legspinner has already captured the imagination; the cricket world is his for the taking

The dilemma over skipper Smith, and the Rashid-Nabi show

With marquee names missing, the IPL might have lost a bit of its sheen, but there is plenty to look forward to, especially for a quartet of Indian batsmen

Call it ‘left-arm legspin’ – it’s the right thing to do

The word Chinaman has racist origins, and in a game that has seen so many changes, it shouldn’t be that hard to get rid of

Would have been in a different league if I’d scored more 100s: Tamim

Bangladesh veteran opens up on opportunities missed, the goal of leaving a legacy, and a new-found self-belief in the team

Big Three central to Bangladesh's brick-by-brick progress

Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan have been at the heart of improved Test performances

Change to Mankading law most welcome

Restricting bat sizes is merely window dressing though, with most other factors still in the batsmen's favour

Sense and sensitivity – meet torchbearer Pinto

Speech and hearing impairment has been no deterrent, never mind if a place in the ‘regular’ team is elusive

PSL in Pakistan: High risk, but what returns?

Sethi’s desire to take cricket back to his country is understandable, but there’s little to be achieved by ignoring the threat perception

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