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  • Karthik Lakshmanan

    Karthik Lakshmanan is Senior Staff Writer at Wisden India. He tweets @lk_karthik
Indoor cricket chases its breakout moment

Indoor cricket chases its breakout moment

Despite challenges of infrastructure, funds and recognition, the Indian team have set their sights on the top prize at the upcoming World Cup read more

Ashwin’s one-time coach Subramanian named Indian team manager

The former Tamil Nadu and Assam left-arm spinner has been appointed on a one-year term read more

Asita Fernando debuts as Sri Lanka bat

Zimbabwe bring in Chris Mpofu for must-win fourth ODI read more

South Africa have the talent, they just need to play their natural game: Hussey

Commentary is like coaching the public, says former Australia batsman, as he opens up about his various read more

End of the Champions Trophy? Maybe, maybe not, says Richardson

ICC chief executive admits the governing body is thinking of hosting World T20 every two years, but doesn’t want to write the 50-over event off just yet

A manic two weeks, a dramatic turnaround

Pakistan’s rise has been like the proverbial Phoenix; now, with World Cup qualification guaranteed, it is time to build on the gains

Fakhar Zaman sails into the big league effortlessly

Laid low by illness the night before the final, Pakistan’s latest sensation keeps his tryst with destiny

Imperious Pakistan march to maiden title

Zaman’s swashbuckling ton, Amir’s sensational opening burst consign India to 180-run hammering in final

Zaman ton muscles Pakistan to 338 for 4

Azhar, Azam and Hafeez too come to the party as profligate India face stiff run-chase in bid to defend title

Pakistan’s youngsters upend expectations, repay trust

The fresh faces, benefiting from PSL, have adapted well to requirements of the limited-overs game and made immediate impacts

Rejuvenated Pakistan set for India rematch on biggest stage

The two best bowling attacks of the tournament will be tested in batsmen-friendly conditions in Champions Trophy final

All-out attack, or …? England’s missing Plan B

There was always the fear that the hosts will come unstuck if their new brand of cricket didn’t work, and that’s what has happened

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