Showing news for Group A: Delhi v Tamil Nadu at Delhi, Nov 23-26, 2006

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Match ends in a draw but dead pitch is the winner

Dahiya, Bhatia make two points for Delhi

Nov 26, 2006: Dahiya, making a return to the Delhi team, scored 152 while Bhatia posted 166

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu in Delhi

Delhi v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy, 3rd day

'I've been mentally prepared' - Rajat Bhatia

Nov 25, 2006: When this season began, Rajat Bhatia's primary focus was to return to full fitness and get back to bowling his mediumpace in the manner he knew best

Anand Vasu in Delhi

Delhi v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy, 3rd day

Delhi inch towards first-innings lead

Nov 25, 2006: Two contrasting cricketers made similar centuries as Delhi inched towards taking the all-important first-innings lead in their Ranji Trophy match against Tamil Nadu

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu in Delhi

Delhi v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy, 2nd day

My fitness, not talent, is on trial - Nehra

Nov 24, 2006: Ashish Nehra spoke to Cricinfo after sending down 40 overs for one wicket at the cost of 88 runs on a dead pitch

Anand Vasu in Delhi

Delhi v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy, 2nd day

Tamil Nadu nose ahead in attritional battle

Nov 24, 2006: A polished century from S Badrinath ensured that Tamil Nadu ended the day on 184 for 3 against Delhi, a healthy score on a slow pitch that might just be a tough one to bat on last

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu in Delhi

Delhi v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy, 1st day

'I started off as a grafter' - Badrinath

Nov 23, 2006: Indian cricket these days is full of cricketers who want to make be strokemakers. But Badrinath is different, and is proud of the fact that he began as a grafter

Anand Vasu in New Delhi

Delhi v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy, 1st day

Badrinath century lays a solid platform

Nov 23, 2006: A polished century from S Badrinath ensured that Tamil Nadu ended the day on 184 for 3 against Delhi, a healthy score on a slow pitch that might just be a tough one to bat on last

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu in Delhi

Former opener eyes comeback

'I'm looking for one more chance' - Chopra

Nov 22, 2006: Aakash Chopra is once again eyeing a spot in the Indian team, and another big score will do him no harm - especially with Dilip Vengsarkar, the chairman of selectors, in Delhi to watch the game

Anand Vasu in New Delhi
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