India at No.1: The making of a champion team

India at No.1: The making of a champion team

They were proactive, assured in the face of adversity, and clicked as a team – and they aren’t resting on laurels read more

Don’t mess with Jadeja, India's MVP won’t take a backward step

The allrounder’s bowling has come on massively in the last couple of years, and now he read more

His ‘brainfade’ but Vijay’s ‘cheating’ – Smith’s puzzling handbook of morality

Australian captain should know better than to level allegations over difficult catches in slips read more

At his pacy best, Tait made the heart sing

The highlights reel was not very substantial and frequently interrupted, but for those who watched the Wild read more

Rahul, and the thin line between positivity and recklessness

This series has been the making of him as a consistent opening batsman, but the centuries that used to be the Karnataka man’s USP have gone missing

Five-bowler combination showcases India’s character and attitude

The team could have opted to go the safe route, but chose to take a calculated gamble with Kuldeep which has paid off on the first day

Kuldeep finds himself at home on the big stage

The spinner showed no sign of nerves on debut, and will particularly relish his dismissals of Handscomb and Maxwell

Factfile: Kuldeep Yadav, U-19 hope to India’s 288th Test player

The 22-year-old chinaman bowler has impressed in IPL and with the pink ball in recent times

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

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

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