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NZ Vs IND, 1st Test Highlights: India Suffer Humiliating 10-Wicket Defeat Inside Four Days

Feb 24, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

India lose to New Zealand by 10 wickets in opening Test at Basin Reserve, Wellington to trail 0-1 in two-match series. Catch highlights here:

NZ Vs IND, 1st Test, Day 3: Ishant Sharma Claims Five, But Kyle Jamieson And Trent Boult Torment India

Feb 23, 2020 IANS

New Zealand were in complete command of the first Test against India with a comprehensive first innings lead of 183 at lunch on the third day with debutant Kyle Jamieson and No 11 Trent Boult belting the bowlers, except Ishant Sharma, for fun


NZ Vs IND, 1st Test: India Record Worst First Innings Total In Two Years

India could add only 43 runs to their overnight score of 122 for 5 to dismiss for a lowly 165 as New Zealand toyed with visiting batsmen at Basin Reserve

NZ Vs IND, 1st Test, Day 2 Highlights: New Zealand Still In Control Despite India's Fightback

Feb 22, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

10 wickets fell on Day 2, five each for India and New Zealand, as bowlers continued to have a say in the first Test at Basin Reserve. Catch the day's highlights here:


NZ Vs IND, 1st Test: Getting Virat Kohli Was Massive, Last Couple Of Weeks Have Been Surreal - Kyle Jamieson

Kyle Jamieson, who made an impact on his white-ball debut during New Zealand's 3-0 ODI series win, picked three for 38 on his Test debut

21 February, 2020

NZ Vs IND, 1st Test: India Lose Plot Against New Zealand On Rain Hit Day 1

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Thunderstorm followed by rain in the middle of the tea break washed out the final session. India were 122 for 5 then after New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson won the toss and elected to field at the Basin Reserve


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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