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  • Shamya Dasgupta
  • Shamya Dasgupta

    Shamya Dasgupta is Senior Editor at Wisden India. He tweets @shamyad.
A liberated Dhoni, whether he likes it or not

A liberated Dhoni, whether he likes it or not

He's no longer captaining India's limited-overs side or Pune, but he's not finished as batsman by a long shot read more

Kohli’s India fast evolving into all-weather champions

Not even a flat track could throw a spanner in the works; Bangladesh battle, but must shed read more

The pace merchants – India’s unsung heroes

While the spinners have walked away with the bulk of the wickets and the accolades, the faster read more

Bowlers excel in resounding Indian win

On an unresponsive surface even on day five, Ishant, Jadeja and Ashwin combine to fashion 208-run read more

The Hyderabad files: Biriyani, Noshir Mehta and a misplaced MBE medal

The encouraging attendances during the Bangladesh Test suggest that there is more to the city than just stories

Another feather in the already cramped Ashwin cap

As the Indian offie becomes the fastest to 250 Test scalps, Pujara lauds his brain and Samaraweera his smarts

Ashwin, Jadeja boost India's victory bid

Set 459 to win in four sessions, Bangladesh slip to 103 for 3 on fourth day with pitch offering spinners plenty of aid

Bangladesh owes a lot of gratitude to India: Akram Khan

Former captain and current BCB chief selector recalls playing country's first Test, and team's progress since then

“Won’t be Shakib if I change my style of batting”

Bangladesh allrounder says he played his natural game throughout – whether in scoring 82 or getting out off a miscue

Umesh lets rip, and the ball sings a rock ballad

Shakib says pacer’s spell was the toughest he’s faced; Bangar describes him as most improved bowler in last season and half for India

Rahim, Mehedi defy India after top order buckle

Seventh-wicket stand, Shakib 82 helps Bangladesh end third day on 322 for 6, but staring at a 365-run deficit

The agony of being Rahim in the Kohli shadow

India’s skipper has lent new meaning to the term leading from the front; his Bangladesh counterpart has done everything but that

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