Krishna Kumar

R Ashwin appeals successfully for the wicket of Mahela Jayawardene

India need to be flexible with their bowling

Opening with a spinner and rotating the slower bowlers against specific teams could be a sensible ploy for an attack that is struggling for consistency

Murali Vijay keeps his eyes on the ball

Have India buried the pace hoodoo?

Dravid, Tendulkar and Co set the template, and their successors seem to have been emboldened by their example

Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli were involved in a century stand

All hail India's new order

The likes of Dhawan, Kohli and Pujara are a study in contrasts and similarities to the men they hope to replace in India's Test line-up

Michael Atherton answers questions at a press conference

Outsource the tampering

There has been enough talk about looking kindly on tampering, but what if it was done off the field?

Rory Kleinveldt is bowled by a Peter Siddle yorker

A yorker state of mind

Your early cricketing experience hugely influences your ability to consistently pitch it in the blockhole as an adult

Matthew Hayden practises an air shot

The art of air cricket

Is there a cricket fan alive who hasn't paid tribute to his heroes without bat or ball in hand?

MS Dhoni is set to launch the ball out of the ground

The Atlas who doesn't shrug

From a thrill-a-minute swashbuckler to a captain whose trademark is his calm, Dhoni has come a long way

Pakistan celebrate with the Sahara Cup

Remembering the Sahara Cup

Fans at a military airfield, meeting Garry Sobers, Gandhian pronounements, and other memories from an exotic tournament