Mohammad Azharuddin

Aggression is Jadhav's mantra

Aggression is Jadhav's mantra

PRINT RUN: Kapil's tribute to Sunny, Root ready for captaincy, de Villiers's pick-and-choose approach, Afridi's jibe, and more read more

Srinivasan to blame for BCCI mess?

Print Run: Bindra hits out at fellow former president, a 23-year-old spinner rises from obscurity, read more

Azharuddin's HCA nomination rejected

Returning Officer unsure if BCCI has lifted life ban on former India captain and whether he is read more

Azhar files nominations for Hyderabad Cricket Association posts

Former India captain blames administration for state of local cricket; Arshad Ayub contests his eligibility read more

2016 in Review: Most popular on Wisden India

From India’s heist against Bangladesh to a unique Azhar-Younis moment and no-holds barred views by Bedi and Shastri, 2016 had it all

Karun fought inner demons for triple-ton

The national selectors should persist with the young Karnataka batsman because he is a long-term India player, writes his state coach J Arunkumar

From the ashes: Hyderabad shed the laidback to rise again

The city has never been short of cricketing talent; this season a combination of factors came together to propel them into the Ranji knockouts after four seasons

Mohammed Azharuddeen – the namesake poised to come into his own

Kerala’s young wicketkeeper-batsman, who has three fifties in as many Ranji matches, has demonstrated a readiness to learn and improve

All-round India grow into an all-weather team

Kohli and Ashwin have been the batting and bowling bulwarks, but have good backing up and down the order

Top 10: Azhar, Siva and other high-impact men

Visiting cricketers, like Amiss, Greig, Pietersen, Verity and Lever, dominate the charts in Tests between the two countries in India

Azhar’s highlights reel, the Kambli double, and the chase in Chennai

It was like watching live highlights as a non-striker, says Pravin Amre about his captain’s scintillating 182 at Eden Gardens back in 1993

Virtuoso Rohit carries the day

On an Eden surface that tested limb, technique and fortitude, the India No. 6 comes out with flying colours

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