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  • Shamya Dasgupta
  • Shamya Dasgupta

    Shamya Dasgupta is Senior Editor at Wisden India. He tweets @shamyad.
The exhilaration of the underdog’s day in the sun

The exhilaration of the underdog’s day in the sun

Sport is no respecter of reputation or ranking, as the David that is Pakistan proved the other day by felling Goliath India read more

Rejoicing in the success of the ‘smaller’ teams

The Asian nations were not expected to have a major say in the Champions Trophy; so, how read more

Let’s build bridges, not blast them

In times of terror and strife, sport ought to be the ideal vehicle for peace, but is read more

De Villiers, and the looming Final Frontier

The South African will be no less a cricketer if he bows out without a major trophy; read more

A billion dreams relived, the Tendulkar way

There is very little in the movie that one hasn’t been exposed to before; yet, it is as riveting as the protagonist’s career itself

Rain, shine or midnight, the show must go on

From subair success to defending a sub-par total, Season 10 of the IPL had it all

Kuldeep Yadav forges ahead with uncommon action, uncommon candour

Young India left-arm wrist-spinner motivated by the faith Kumble, Kohli and Gambhir have shown in him

Form guide discouraging ahead of Champions Trophy defence

The Indian 15 has been a mixed bag at the IPL; happy memories and a change in format should help Kohli’s men

Respect, the bedrock of every great sporting rivalry

Sometimes, it is the words unsaid that make a greater impact; Pant will savour Raina’s consolatory pat as much as anything else

Would have loved to test myself against Kohli, Root: Bond

Strike bowler supreme turned coach on working with the unorthodox, New Zealand’s transition from McCullum to Williamson, Mumbai Indians’ backroom and more

Touched by cricketing royalty, Greenidge was a work of sheer delight

The flamboyant opener would have been a massive T20 success; sadly, most of his beloved West Indians have gone AWOL from IPL 2017

Playing Test cricket for Afghanistan is the only dream left: Nabi

From breaking new ground in the IPL to coming up the hard way, veteran allrounder opens up on the game and his life

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