Feb 16, 2002: Bowling Bengal out for 325 and having only one day left to play, Railways have booked their berth in the Ranji Trophy final against Baroda
Feb 15, 2002: At the end of the third day of the Railways - Bengal Ranji semi-final, the home side looked almost certain to take on Baroda in the Ranji final, having Bengal on the rocks at 166/5 at the close of play.
Feb 14, 2002: There are two ways to put up a massive total
Feb 14, 2002: On a slushy day, with a wet out-field delaying the start of play until 2 p.m., Railways made the most of their limited batting time to reach a comfortable 129/1 at the end of the day.
Feb 10, 2002: The fifth days play of the Ranji Trophy quarter-final between Railways and Tamil Nadu held no great surprises, with Railways winning by eight wickets at the Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi, thereby qualifying for the semi-final.
Feb 9, 2002: It was almost a tragic century from Sridharan Sriram on the fourth day of Tamil Nadu's Ranji Trophy quarter-final against Railways on Friday at Delhi.
Feb 7, 2002: A Sanjay Bangar double-century has effectively scuttled Tamil Nadu's chances of making it to the semi-finals of the Ranji Trophy
Feb 6, 2002: A patient unbeaten 78 from India star Sanjay Bangar and his unbeaten 56-run sixth wicket partnership with JP Yadav saw Railways post a fighting reply to Tamil Nadu's first innings score of 277 at the end of the second day's play at the Karnail Singh
Feb 5, 2002: Railways bowlers managed to restrict Tamil Nadu on the opening day of the clash between the two sides at the Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi
Jan 27, 2002: Delhi failed to gain the first-innings lead despite a double hundred from opener Gautam Gambhir
Jan 27, 2002: Delhi were marching steadily towards achieving their goal of securing the all-important first innings lead in their match against Railways at the Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi
Jan 25, 2002: Spirited batting by the lower-order batsmen saw Railways rack up an impressive 497 on the second day of their match against the powerful Delhi side at the Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi
Jan 24, 2002: A century from opener Amit Pagnis saw Railways run up a healthy 291 for five at the end of the first day of their match against Delhi at the Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi on Wednesday
Oct 29, 2001: Railways left-arm spinner Murali Kartik gave his side a definitive edge on Day Two of their tie against Rajasthan at the Karnail Singh Stadium in Delhi
Mar 26, 2001: Railways entered the semifinals of the Ranji Trophy on the strength of their 214 run first innings lead against six time champions Karnataka at New Delhi's Karnail Singh Stadim on Monday
Mar 25, 2001: Railways are virtually through to the semifinals of the Ranji Trophy championship
Mar 24, 2001: Off spinner Kulamani Parida and left arm spinner Tejinder Pal Singh bowled out Karnataka for 237 to place Railways in a commanding position at stumps on the third day of their Ranji Trophy quarterfinal at the Karnail Singh stadium in New Delhi on
Mar 23, 2001: Santosh Sahu hit 122 at No 8 to be the architect of a Railways rally on the second day of their Ranji Trophy quarterfinal against Karnataka at the Karnail Singh stadium in New Delhi on Friday
Mar 22, 2001: A 108-run second wicket stand between Sanjay Bangar and Tejinder Pal Singh made sure of a heady start for Railways on the opening day of their quarter-final match against last year's semifinalists Karnataka at the Karnail Singh stadium in Delhi on
Dec 10, 2000: The Ranji One-Day clash between Railways and Madhya Pradesh at the Karnail Singh Stadium in Delhi saw the Railways side win by 18 runs
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