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K. Venkataramanan

India On the Brink Of Innings Defeat

Sep 01, 2001 K. Venkataramanan

Having dispatched the Indian top order to the pavilion, the Sri Lankans will look to complete the formalities on the morrow

India Fighting For Survival

Aug 31, 2001 K. Venkataramanan

The Sri Lankans add insult to injury by sending the Indian bowlers on a leather hunt


Sri Lanka Tighten Their Grip

The Indians pay for missed chances as the Sri Lankan batsmen make merry

Muralitharan Runs Through India

Aug 29, 2001 K. Venkataramanan

After the Indians get off to a sound start, Muthiah Muralitharan weaves his spell and has the batsmen falling like nine pins


India In With A Chance

The Indians would have been much better placed but Muthiah Muralitharan's cameo ensured the hosts set a challenging target

23 August, 2001

Sri Lanka Hold Upper Hand

K. Venkataramanan

After taking a first innings lead, the Sri Lankans will be looking to set the Indians a stiff target to chase


14 August, 2001

India Falter After Good Start

K. Venkataramanan

Openers Sadagopan Ramesh and Shiv Sunder Das put on 79 runs but the following batsmen failed to consolidate


02 August, 2001

Sehwag's Heroics Power India Into The Final

K. Venkataramanan

Playing like a man possessed, the Delhi batsman denied the Kiwis a foothold as India cruised to an easy win


01 August, 2001

Yuvraj Singh Scripts Indian Win

K. Venkataramanan

The Punjab youngster's knock helped India stay in the hunt for a final berth. They now need to beat the Kiwis on the morrow


31 July, 2001

Sri Lanka Enter Final

K. Venkataramanan

The Sri Lankan win boosts India's chances, who have to win their next two games to make it to the final


25 July, 2001

Sri Lanka Pull Off Thrilling Win

K. Venkataramanan

The hosts ride the heroics of Suresh Perera and Russel Arnold to keep their slate clean


20 July, 2001
Nathan Astle on way to his century

India Lose By 84 Runs

K. Venkataramanan

Nathan Astle's ton inspires New Zealand to a crushing win over India, Ganguly blames the pitch


22 June, 2001

Opposition Submits No-Confidence Motion

K. Venkataramanan

Speculation is rife that Chandrika Kumaratunga may moot the idea of a national government to tide over the crisis


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