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Raj Singh Dungarpur

'The most thankless job is the most fruitful'

Apr 7, 2009: The former Indian board president talks about the players and teams he knew

Interview by Anand Vasu

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Sydney, 5th day

Australia clinch thriller to equal record

Jan 6, 2008: Ricky Ponting's Australia emulated Steve Waugh's run of 16 consecutive Test wins as they took a 2-0 lead in the series against India in a thriller of a game that went right down to the wire at the SCG

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Sydney, 4th day

Hayden hundred propels Australia to 213-run lead

Jan 5, 2008: Innings of substance from Matthew Hayden and Michael Hussey put Australia in a good position to set a platform for the final day, as they ended with a lead of 213, with six wickets intact

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Sydney, 3rd day

Tendulkar gives India 69-run lead

Jan 4, 2008: The Test match came well and truly alive as a masterly century from Sachin Tendulkar gave India the first-innings lead

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Sydney, 2nd day

Laxman puts India back in the contest

Jan 3, 2008: VVS Laxman finally got India's batting on this Australian tour off the ground, with an enthusiastic and entertaining century, and Rahul Dravid once again battled hard in dour fashion, spending time in the middle with Laxman, but both fell in the dying mom

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Sydney, 1st day

Sublime Symonds puts Australia back on top

Jan 2, 2008: Australia took the long and tough route getting there but they posted a strong 376 by the end of an intriguing and curious day's play in Sydney

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu

John Gloster puts together extensive 14-page report

India physio hits out at injury management

Jan 1, 2008: A recent report by John Gloster, the India physiotherapist, has revealed that most players are forced to go through games carrying niggles

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Revamp for age-group and school cricket

BCCI restructures youth set-up

Jan 1, 2008: The way young cricketers come through the ranks in Indian cricket is set to undergo a radical change

Anand Vasu

Sourav Ganguly

'I always believed I had it in me to play'

Dec 24, 2007: Sourav Ganguly looks ahead to his 100th Test and back at his golden year

Interview by Anand Vasu

Indian Premier League

BCCI okays $400,000 sign-on fee for Warne

Dec 14, 2007: Shane Warne is all set to be the Indian Premier League's most expensive signing

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Selectors punt on Sehwag

Dec 12, 2007: Any which way you look at it, the inclusion of Virender Sehwag for the tour of Australia is an interesting one

India in Australia, 2007-08

Fragile fast bowlers Indian selectors' main concern

Dec 11, 2007: India's fragile fast bowlers are the selectors' chief concern as they meet on Wednesday to whittle down the list of 24 probables for India's tour of Australia

Anand Vasu

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

Reluctant captain, capable leader

Dec 4, 2007: On the final day of the second Test, Younis, albeit filling the captain's post in the absence of Shoaib Malik, showed tremendous leadership

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

'No moral victory for Pakistan' - Kumble

Dec 4, 2007: Anil Kumble refused to accept that Pakistan had gained a moral victory by drawing the Test in Kolkata

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 4th day

Spinners will have to use the rough - Dhoni

Dec 3, 2007: From afar this pitch doesn't appear to have broken up as much Indian dust bowls generally do. While batsmen dragging their feet does cause some dust to fly, it's not as though each ball landing on the pitch is accompanied by a puff of dust

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

Slow, low batting tracks won't prepare India for tour Down Under

Pitch that's out of touch with ground realities

Dec 3, 2007: The slow, low batting tracks on view at Delhi and Kolkata may give India the series but won't help their batsmen on the tour of Australia later this month

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 4th day

Misbah steps up for damage control...again

Dec 3, 2007: Anand Vasu analyses Misbah-ul-Haq's unbeaten 161 which saved Pakistan the embarassment of a follow-on

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

Borde and Gaekwad likely replacements

Vengsarkar likely to quit as selection chairman

Dec 3, 2007: Dilip Vengsarkar could resign as selection chairman following a deadlock in talks with the Indian board

Anand Vasu

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 3rd day

Centuries breathe life into the series

Dec 2, 2007: Kamran Akmal and Misbah-ul-Haq scored contrasting centuries but allowed Pakistan to close in on the follow-on mark that at one stage looked a distinct possibility

Anand Vasu

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 2nd day

Bowlers did well on a batting paradise: Lawson

Dec 1, 2007: Sourav Ganguly and Geoff Lawson, the Pakistan coach, in different ways defended the decision to play Shoaib Akhtar

Anand Vasu in Kolkata
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