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K. Venkataraman

'Sachin To Continue At No. 4'

Sep 30, 2002 K. Venkataraman

Hitting out at the critics of Tendulkar for exerting needless presure on him, Ganguly says the master blaster will continue to bat down the order in the team's interest.

Sri Lankan Skies Soak Indian Hopes

Sep 30, 2002 K. Venkataraman

Rain ruins India's advantage for the second successive day as an abandonement has Saurav Ganguly sharing the winner's podium with Sanath Jayasuriya. More Coverage


'I Would Like To Open Again'

Explaining his stand, the master blaster says 'If I open, the ball is new and the bowlers are new, and I will dictate terms. Now the terms are dictated to me.' More Coverage

Spinners Do The Trick For Lanka

Sep 27, 2002 K. Venkataraman

The semi-final fails to reach expected heights as slow bowlers walk off with the honours in a match billed as the battle between Sri Lankan spin and Australian pace. More Coverage


Sehwag, Saurav Subjugate England

Contrasting centuries by the two openers turn the needle contest into a virtual slaughter as India stride into the semi-finals with a resounding eight-wicket verdict.

21 September, 2002

Afridi's Fireworks Light Up Dull Proceedings

K. Venkataraman

The stylish Pathan blasts the second fastest half century in ODIs and scalps three Dutch victims as Pakistan race to a nine-wicket win in the inconsequential tie. More Coverage


20 September, 2002

Kenya Bow To Proteas' Might

K. Venkataraman

South Africa amass a huge 316 for five to bury their fellow Africans under an avalanche of runs, in the process securing a comfortable 176-run victory and a semi-final spot against the winners of the India-England encounter.


19 September, 2002

Aussies Make Mincemeat Of Bangla Tigers

K. Venkataraman

Riding on the massive nine-wicket verdict against the minnows, Australia set up a semi-final clash with Sri Lanka. More Coverage


18 September, 2002

Trescothick Scripts Zimbabwe's Demise

K. Venkataraman

England ride the opener's blazing 119 to pile up 298 for eight, the highest score of the tournament so far.


17 September, 2002

Kenya Gallant In Defeat

K. Venkataraman

Captain Steve Tikolo spearheads his side's run-chase with a brilliant 91-ball 93, but the Windies manage to restrict them to 232, 29 runs short of the target.


16 September, 2002

Lankans Cruise Into Semis

K. Venkataraman

Toying with the inexperienced Dutch, the hosts script a 206-run victory.


15 September, 2002

McGrath Makes Kiwis Suffer

K. Venkataraman

The lanky speedster claims five scalps as New Zealand crash to their second-biggest defeat.


14 September, 2002

Kaif To The Fore Again

K. Venkataraman

Picking up the threads from where he left off during the Natwest triumph, Kaif's unbeaten 111 off 112 balls in the company of Dravid paves the way for India's exciting 14-run win over Zimbabwe.


12 September, 2002

Sri Lanka Win Lung Opener

K. Venkataraman

Sanath Jayasuriya plays a captain's knock as the hosts strengthen their claim for a semi-final slot. More Coverage


Photo Gallery

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait at Ghazipur border after a bill to cancel the three contentious farm laws was passed during the Winter Session of the Parliament, in New Delhi.

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Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar during the Winter Session of Parliament, in New Delhi.

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India's captain Ajinkya Rahane speaks to on field umpires as after they stopped play at the end of the fifth day their first test cricket match with New Zealand in Kanpur.

AP Photo/Altaf Qadri

New Zealand's Ajaz Patel is beaten by a delivery bowled by India's Ravindra Jadeja during the day five of their first test cricket match in Kanpur.

AP Photo/Altaf Qadri

India's players celebrate the wicket of New Zealand's Tim Southee during the day five of their first test cricket match with New Zealand in Kanpur.

AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
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