• R Kaushik
  • R Kaushik

    R Kaushik is Managing Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on @kausheek68.
With Kohli or without, India set to stick to six batsmen

With Kohli or without, India set to stick to six batsmen

Australia looking at retaining same XI; spinners unlikely to be only support act on pitch that is dry underneath read more

Will he or won’t he? Kohli to take final call on match day

The Indian captain hasn’t yet recovered fully from his shoulder injury, and should he pull up read more

Dharamsala, the latest entrant into cricket’s drop-dead gorgeous club

Nature’s unalloyed beauty and man’s desire to maximise a god-given gift have given rise read more

Iyer drafted in as cover for Kohli

Indian captain, who injured his shoulder in Ranchi, participates in fielding drill in Dharamsala but avoids batting read more

Pujara's head in right space and priorities in place

Patience, experience on the domestic circuit and good preparation ahead of a series have been key to a bountiful season, says India’s No.3

Pipe down with the puerile provocations

Disrespect and jingoism from players, ex-players, administrators, media and fans mark an all-time low in India-Australia rivalry

Fast and bouncy in Dharamsala? Probably not

Pitch for the final Test will certain change in the days to come; but for now, there’s only a gentle growth of grass

Patience, better use of the body has helped Jadeja improve, says Sivaramakrishnan

Left-arm spinner now has greater control and is getting close to mastering landing the ball where he wants to, says former legspinner

India could turn to Shami for decisive Dharamsala Test

Kohli had said there are “all kinds of possibilities” regarding selection of pacer who has travelled with the team but is not yet officially in the squad

Technique and temperament – Gavaskar explains what makes Pujara tick

A narrowed stance and a calm demeanour has helped India’s No.3 bat long and big, says former opener

“People don’t understand his importance” – Kohli knows value of no-fuss Pujara

Soft-spoken Saha also wins appreciation from his captain for selflessness and flexible approach

Farhart, the unlikely flashpoint for fresh India-Australia needle

Kohli says Australians invoked physiotherapist’s name when he came to bat post injury; Smith professes innocence

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