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A lot of toil and labour clearly lies ahead

Jul 26, 2001: The BCCI in its 'vision statement' released almost exactly a year ago claimed that one of its future goals was to prepare a team capable of winning the World Cup in 2002

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Gilchrist had a demoralising effect on batsmen: Borde

Jul 20, 2001: The passing of Roy Gilchrist in Jamaica on Wednesday was noticed with more than passing interest in India, where he played his last Test match in 1959 and last first class match in 1963

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One-day series cancellation may be blessing for Indian team

Jul 19, 2001: Finally, after much hemming and hawing the BCCI has formally withdrawn from the Super Challenge one-day series in Australia in September

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Ganguly's panacea not suitable for India's final problem

Jul 12, 2001: Sourav Ganguly's suggestion for a best-of-three finals in one-day competitions betrays the depths to which his confidence levels have plunged

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Can the Indians make the best of Tendulkar's absence?

Jul 10, 2001: The selectors sprang a surprise in Mumbai on Monday by announcing that Sachin Tendulkar would skip the better part of this month's triangular series in Sri Lanka

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Rotation not the way to go for India

Jul 8, 2001: The rotation policy, a distinctly Australian innovation, seems to be spreading its tentacles further afield

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Spin maestro VV Kumar pins hopes on Sanghvi, Pawar

Jul 7, 2001: Eminent leg break and googly practitioner VV Kumar was unfortunate not to play more than two Tests for India

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Battler Tendulkar holds his own against firefighter Waugh

Jun 27, 2001: For long an unqualified supporter of Sachin Tendulkar, Sunil Gavaskar bunged a spanner into the works last week by pronouncing that Steve Waugh was a better batsman than his fellow Mumbaikar

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Turning youngsters into well rounded players

Jun 23, 2001: The curtains came down on the South Zone Academy in Chennai after more than 50 days of fun and hard work in equal proportions

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The time to groom another opener is now

Jun 14, 2001: The troublesome opening position is once more throwing up a few tantrums on the eve of the second Test at Harare

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A window into India's tortuous overseas saga

Jun 10, 2001: It was a long time coming but India finally broke a fifteen year old barren sequence outside the subcontinent by sealing a crushing 8 wicket victory against Zimbabwe at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo

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Ganguly must focus more on his primary role

Jun 7, 2001: Sourav Ganguly says that he enjoys touring more than playing at home

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A historian resigned to the decline of cricket writing

May 31, 2001: Ramachandra Guha spoke to CricInfo on Tuesday on his most recent preoccupation, 'The Picador Book of Cricket' in which he has anthologised some of the most enduring pieces in cricket writing

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'Epitaph' to the great writers

May 30, 2001: The Picador Book of Cricket, edited by Ramachandra Guha and published by Picador

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India's ICCTC campaign gets underway with Zimbabwe series

May 22, 2001: The forthcoming series against Zimbabwe is also India's first engagement in the new ICC Test Championship (ICCTC) which promises to infuse a heightened sense of excitement into the Test playing calendar and impart higher stakes to any bilateral

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Will the Indian pace gamble pay off?

May 19, 2001: Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly says he is getting fed up with being repeatedly asked why India does so badly abroad

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NCA's move to a federal structure augurs well

May 2, 2001: The National Cricket Academy's second batch commenced training in Bangalore on Tuesday and the twenty probables selected for the enterprise comprise almost exclusively of players aged 19 and less

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Eleven doughty protagonists to champion the minority

Apr 28, 2001: For the first time in India an intriguing contest between left and right-handers gets underway in the Timex Challenge at the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday

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Assortment of decisions taken at BCCI meeting, Pakistan apart

Apr 25, 2001: The Board working committee's momentous decision in New Delhi on Tuesday to throw down the gauntlet before the Government vis-a-vis the prickly issue of playing Pakistan was not on the listed agenda of the meeting, taking many by surprise

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Three newcomers in Indian probables for Zimbabwe tour

Apr 22, 2001: Board Secretary Jaywant Lele announced a list of 25 probables for India's forthcoming tour of Zimbabwe at the GSFC ground in Baroda on Sunday

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