• R Kaushik
  • R Kaushik

    R Kaushik is Managing Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on @kausheek68.
Yuvraj and Dhoni: A match made in big-hitting heaven

Yuvraj and Dhoni: A match made in big-hitting heaven

The 256-run stand had more value than just numerical - it will remain one for the ages, and in cricketing terms, one for the aged read more

I am at my fittest, and playing my best cricket: Parthiv

Gujarat captain delves into the journey to the Ranji title, his years in international wilderness, inspiring youngsters read more

Time to stop hitting snooze: Mumbai's wake-up call

They had an untroubled march to the final, but a total shake-up of the mind, and read more

Not luck, just pluck: How Parthiv and Co put Gujarat on the Ranji map

They won only four matches outright this season, but it was a street-smart bunch that proved read more

“Face of Gujarat cricket” – Raman awestruck by Phenomenal Parthiv

A man of lesser steel might have chucked it all away, says the former India opener, now the National Cricket Academy’s chief batting coach

Parthiv masterclass ties up historic Ranji Trophy 2016-17 title for Gujarat

Mumbai fail to hold onto chances as wicketkeeper-captain’s 143 and Juneja’s half-century set up record chase of 312 on final day

Loving Mumbai and looking hot – Nayar is driven enough

At 33, the allrounder might not have an international career left, but is happy to go out and do his bit to keep his team on top of the domestic pile

Gujarat need 265 on final day, Mumbai 10 wickets

Nayar’s brilliance helps defending champions score 411 in their second innings before Panchal and Gohel knock off 47 runs from 312-run target

The chink in Mumbai's Ranji armour, and why it doesn't matter

Spin isn't their strongest suit nor was it for the all-conquering West Indies teams of yore, but they have all other bases covered

Iyer embraces restraint, despite 'boredom'

“I was getting bored leaving the ball because I like to play strokes,” says youngster, admitting his dismissal was disappointing  

Shaw fires, Iyer, Yadav dig in as Mumbai edge ahead

Defending champions end third day on 208/3, 108 run ahead, after Gujarat, bowled out for 328, throw away chance to extend lead

Gujarat nose ahead on day of fluctuating fortunes

Parthiv, Juneja half-centuries take team to 291 for 6 at stumps, even as Nayar fights lone battle for butter-fingered Mumbai

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