Thursday, Dec 02, 2021

Ralph Dellor

What A Match!

Jan 31, 2002 Ralph Dellor

India prove their run-chase handicap once again despite spirited defiance from Agarkar, Ganguly, Kaif and a great start from the openers.

Sehwag, Tendulkar Run Riot

Jan 28, 2002 Ralph Dellor

The openers' onslaught ensures the hosts take an unbeatable 3-1 lead in the series.

Poor Umpiring Takes Sheen Off Indian Win

The most glaring error was the dismissal of Marcus Trescothick which changed the course of proceedings.

India Clinch Series

Dec 23, 2001 Ralph Dellor

Persistent rain on the final day washes out all hopes England have of forcing a result.

Rain Plays Spoilsport

A boon for the hosts becomes a curse for the tourists.

19 December, 2001

England Stumble After Sound Start

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Michael Vaughan's bizarre dismissal in the final session of play triggers off a mini collapse, handing India the advantage.

14 December, 2001

Keen Contest On The Cards

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Set to achieve 357 on the final day, the onus is on Ganguly & Co. to play positive cricket.

12 December, 2001

England Thrive On Lapses

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Spearheaded by Craig White's ton, the visitors make the most of dropped chances to bounce back on Day II.

04 December, 2001

Dasgupta's Ton Helps India Consolidate

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Fitting well into the role of an opener, the rookie wicketkeeper justifies the selectors' faith by cracking his maiden Test century.

Photo Gallery

Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel with Minister of State (Industries) Jagdish Vishwakarma during the curtain raiser for the 10th edition of Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2022, in Mumbai.

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Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel speaks during the curtain raiser for the 10th edition of Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2022, in Mumbai.

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Tourists at Ridge on a cold winter day in Shimla.

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Opposition parties' MPs wear black bands to protest over suspension of 12 Rajya Sabha MP's during the Winter Session of Parliament, in New Delhi.

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Congress MP Rahul Gandhi and other opposition leaders take part in a dharna near the Mahatma Gandhi statue demanding revocation of suspended Rajya Sabha members, at Parliament, in New Delhi.

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