• R Kaushik
  • R Kaushik

    R Kaushik is Managing Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on @kausheek68.
Sehwag, that bruising 83 at Chepauk, and redefining the art of batting

Sehwag, that bruising 83 at Chepauk, and redefining the art of batting

On his 39th birthday, a look back at the man who exhilarated and excited, annoyed and infuriated, but always entertained read more

Nehra’s last waltz, and the fadeaway of the Class of the 90s

Even as their ilk rapidly goes out of circulation, Gayle, Herath & Co keep the flag of the read more

Too good, but not good enough – the Rahul white-ball quandary

Jadhav and Pandya are the flavours of the season, but if the Karnataka batsman is indeed a read more

Ranji Trophy 2017-18: More at stake but fewer opportunities

Presence of Test regulars major boost for sides with only six chances to stake a claim for read more

A welcome way to combat white line fever

Players have got away with borderline behaviour because umpires weren’t empowered; not anymore, thanks to revamped Law 42

Ignorance is not bliss in Gowtham’s case

All the offspinner can do - after missing final day of Duleep Trophy game with typhoid and appearing in KPL two days later - is come clean and apologise

Cricket’s back at historic Chepauk, but the birthday boy’s missing

R Ashwin seems currently superfluous to India’s limited-overs needs, but that hasn’t stopped him from developing his arsenal for Test cricket in England

From Indo-Pak XI in 1996 to World XI in Pakistan – Azhar reflects

The former captain had led a combined team to Sri Lanka to ease security concerns about the country on the eve of the 1996 World Cup

Take note, Kieron: Malinga manages meanness without malice

The Sri Lankan legend has a smile for everyone, while Pollard's no-ball antics leaves everyone frowning

Duleep Trophy 2017-18: An afterthought with a distinct lack of glamour

Players like M Vijay, Parthiv Patel, Jayant Yadav and Karun Nair will want to be at their best in the Red-Green-Blue face-off

Rayudu: Still in the fringes, still a stunning paradox

The Hyderabadi was one of the highlights of the glorious Indian summer in England in 2002, but 15 years on, he remains one of the tragedies of the game

Six and out – the Imran tragedy, the Kumble triumph

From past masters to Dananjaya and Binny more recently, six wickets in an ODI can take on different hues depending on victory or defeat

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