May 8, 2003

What's in the latest issue of Wisden Asia Cricket magazine

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Wisden Asia Cricket, launched in December 2001, is a full-colour magazine produced and published in India. Edited by Sambit Bal, the magazine follows the successful Wisden mix of thoughtful articles and punchy comment, as well as all the news, scores and the best of the month's photographs.

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In the May 2003 issue:

Full speed ahead
Rahul Bhattacharya on the triumph of modernity and organisation responsible for the new age of Indian fast bowling. Plus: an interview with Javagal Srinath, and Sanjay Manjrekar on why Zaheer Khan and Ashish Nehra could be the harbingers of a new generation.

'Love not money'
John Buchanan talks to Rohit Brijnath about what drives the Aussies.

The World Cup album
They were memorable, magical and banal. Sharda Ugra looks back at her favourite World Cup moments.

A bridge across forever
Can India play Pakistan again soon? Anil Nair explores ways of keeping one of cricket's most essential rivalries alive

Some saga, some Lara
In the first of a series of Country Diaries, Vaneisa Baksh writes from the West Indies' series against Australia.

Rashid Latif on where he'd like to see Pakistan go next

Chris Ryan talks to Trevor Hohns

Glenn Turner in the Gleanings interview

My Favourite Cricketer: BC Pires kicks off a new series with an appraisal of Brian Lara

Frank Tyson on the ambidexterity debate

Tim de Lisle on why the World Cup is now the only cricket tournament that matters

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