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Twenty20 World Championship, 2007

Dravid, Tendulkar and Ganguly not in probables

Jul 7, 2007: Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly have been left out of the 30 probables that India's selectors picked for the Twenty20 World Championship to be held in South Africa in September

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First tournament completed but many flaws to iron out

Fifty-fifty for Twenty20

Apr 23, 2007: The BCCI organised the inter-state Twenty20 Cup on an experimental basis this season. But without selling television rights and with the absence of crowds in the stadiums, the tournament didn't serve the purpose it was designed for - excitement in domesti

Anand Vasu

Punjab v Tamil Nadu, Twenty20 final

Tamil Nadu clinch inaugural Twenty20 trophy in thriller

Apr 21, 2007: Under lights, on a still, warm evening Tamil Nadu got their hands on the Mushtaq Ali Trophy for the inaugural Twenty20 championships, beating Punjab by two wickets in a thriller at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.

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Inter-state Twenty20 tournament final

Lights, action, no cameras

Apr 20, 2007: The crowds will be missing from the Brabourne Stadium but the players will have much to play for

Anand Vasu in Mumbai

Orissa v Punjab, Group A, Mumbai

Punjab to meet Tamil Nadu in final

Apr 19, 2007: A day before the Indian team for the tour of Bangladesh was to be selected, Yuvraj Singh hammered a stylish 70 to win Punjab a berth in the final of the domestic Twenty20 championships

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu in Mumbai

Karnataka v Orissa, Group A, Mumbai

Dravid leads Karnataka to easy win

Apr 18, 2007: Karnataka's win along with Punjab's 11-run defeat to Gujarat mean that the tournament is still wide open, with a strong possibility that the finalists will be decided by net run-rates after the results of tomorrow's matches in Ahmedabad and Mumbai

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Gujarat v Punjab, Group A, Mumbai

Patel steers Gujarat to 11-run win

Apr 18, 2007: Karnataka's win along with Punjab's 11-run defeat to Gujarat mean that the tournament is still wide open, with a strong possibility that the finalists will be decided by net run-rates after the results of tomorrow's matches in Ahmedabad and Mumbai

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Selectors have to pick Test, ODI sides while watching Twenty20

Right men, wrong time

Apr 18, 2007: In picking the squad for Bangladesh the selectors will have to perform balancing act between BCCI's youth directive and need for experience

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Orissa v Railways, Group A, Twenty20, Mumbai

TP Singh spurs Railways to easy win

Apr 17, 2007: Orissa and Railways are two teams unlikely to attract crowds at the best of times

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu in Mumbai

'People only go to the ground for international matches'

Mongia guarded on Twenty20 success in India

Apr 17, 2007: Dinesh Mongia feels that playing Twenty20 is no different from 50-over cricket

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Karnataka v Punjab, Group A, Twenty20, Mumbai

Ricky impresses as Punjab cruise home

Apr 16, 2007: Ravneet Ricky cracked a superb unbeaten 76, and ensured that Punjab crossed the finish line

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu in Mumbai

Indian stars share their thoughts on the format

A game of many firsts

Apr 16, 2007: The sight of empty stands at a limited overs match in India, played under lights, in Mumbai was a first

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Inter State Twenty-20 Tournament, 2006-07

Lacking Twenty20 vision

Apr 16, 2007: India's first ever domestic Twenty20 competition is taking place, and has reached the business end

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Tournament Results
Punjab v Tamil Nadu at Mumbai (BS) - Apr 21, 2007
Tamil Nadu won by 2 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
Bengal v Mumbai at Ahmedabad - Apr 19, 2007
Mumbai won by 31 runs
Railways v Karnataka at Mumbai (BS) - Apr 19, 2007
Railways won by 7 wickets (with 5 balls remaining)
M. Pradesh v Tamil Nadu at Ahmedabad - Apr 19, 2007
Tamil Nadu won by 12 runs
Orissa v Punjab at Mumbai (BS) - Apr 19, 2007
Punjab won by 71 runs
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