• Karthik Lakshmanan

    Karthik Lakshmanan is Senior Staff Writer at Wisden India. He tweets @lk_karthik
Sanjay and Natarajan – from proverbial rags to priceless riches

Sanjay and Natarajan – from proverbial rags to priceless riches

Born in different parts of the country but tied by the common thread that cricket is, IPL’s odd couple is on cloud nine now read more

Australia hire Sriram as spin consultant for India tour

Former batsman becomes latest member to join support staff, with Monty Panesar already on board to work read more

2016 in review: Mumbai again, but not Mumbai alone

A raft of firsts dotted the domestic scene, with the pink ball and neutral venues the biggest read more

The Gaekwads: Cricketing royalty in Baroda

From Dattajirao’s razor sharp mind at 88 to Aunshuman’s hesitant first steps in the game read more

Turning Hyderabad’s kittens into tigers

The captain-coach combination of S Badrinath and Bharat Arun have lifted the side from its previous lows to the verge of a knockout spot

Hyderabad close in on berth in the knockouts

J&K lose last six wickets within the first session on the final day to go down by 286 runs

Tanmay, bowlers put Hyderabad in sight of victory

Badrinath, Akshath chip in with fifties before J&K, set 404 to chase, slip to 42 for 4 on third day of their Ranji Trophy match

Hyderabad pacers turn the screws on J&K

Rasool’s quick-fire 70 after he takes four wickets rescues his side, but they still end their second day at 156/7, trailing by 172

The Samiullah Beigh formula for testing times in life and cricket

Fast bowler, father, engineer, government servant, tuition teacher to Aaron and Dhawal – the J&K veteran has adapted all through a long career

Agarwal ton makes it Hyderabad’s day

J&K bowlers, led by Rasool, keep it tight as S Badrinath’s team ends attritional day’s play at 234/3 in Group C game

Hyderabad bank on teamwork with knockout spot beckoning

Jammu and Kashmir have been let down by their fast bowlers, but they aren’t yet out of the qualification race

Vandersay, Shanaka in, Zimbabwe opt to bat

Sri Lanka leave out Shehan Jayasuriya and Nuwan Pradeep for the fourth match of the tri-series

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