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West Indies make written complaint over Rajkot result

Nov 23, 2002: More than a week after India were 'awarded' the third one day in their current seven-game series with the West Indies, and the multitudes of protesting voices in the Caribbean, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has written to the International

Derrick Nicholas

Bangar has been the find of the series

Nov 22, 2002: The Jodhpur one-day international was different from the previous fivegames for one reason - the nature of the pitch

EAS Prasanna

Dravid relieved after tense three-wicket win

Nov 21, 2002: Stand-in skipper Rahul Dravid was relieved India managed to hold on for a three-wicket win after making heavy weather of their 202-run target in the sixth one-day international against West Indies on Thursday.

Reuters

Dravid leads India to series-levelling win at Jodhpur

Nov 21, 2002: There comes a time when every trend is bucked

Anand Vasu

The case against Duckworth and Lewis

Nov 19, 2002: Every time the rain-gods put in a little overtime, Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis are invoked for their system of modifying the parameters of the one-day international to get past the interruption

Samanth Subramanian

Gayle powers West Indies to five-wicket win

Nov 18, 2002: When West Indies chased 291 with ease and won the fifth one-dayer by five wickets to take a 3-2 lead in this seven-match series, there was a sense of déjà vu that was unmistakable

Anand Vasu

Time to give Wright the accolades he deserves

Nov 18, 2002: It is now two years since John Geoffrey Wright took over as the first foreign coach of the Indian team

Partab Ramchand

A NatWest final reprise at Ahmedabad

Nov 16, 2002: © Reuters The game at Ahmedabad's Motera stadium shaped exactly like the one at Rajkot

Erapalli Prasanna

Dravid century seals sensational win for India at Ahmedabad

Nov 15, 2002: Some say this Indian team can tread water

Anand Vasu

They must pay!

Nov 15, 2002: For some people, it is akin to a pilgrimage, an annual-or-so journey undertaken with near-reverence to just imbibe their share of the action

Anand Vasu

Drastic steps for drastic situations

Nov 14, 2002: In

Partab Ramchand

Far from the madding crowd

Nov 13, 2002: © CricInfo "Great minds think alike," said one wag

Anand Vasu

Trouble-marred one-day series to go ahead as scheduled

Nov 13, 2002: India's cricket officials refused to reschedule the one-day series against the West Indies despite crowd trouble in all the three matches played so far

Crowd trouble mars India's win at Rajkot

Nov 12, 2002: Five hundred runs scored in 77.1 overs, one explosive hundred, four other scores over 70, as many as 56 boundaries and seven sixes struck

Anand Vasu

Despite defeats, experiments must continue

Nov 11, 2002: If at all any proof was required that a team's form and record in Tests and the one-day game can be very different, the current contest between India and West Indies has amply provided it

Partab Ramchand

Security beefed up for one-dayers in Gujarat

Nov 11, 2002: Police in the riot-torn state of Gujarat are stepping up security for three upcoming one-day internationals between India and West Indies amid fears that Hindu-Muslim hostilities could erupt at the cricket venues

Indian bowling is a cause for worry

Nov 10, 2002: © CricInfo Let me begin by saying that, sadly, crowd invasions seems to be an integral part of this West Indies tour of India

Erapalli Prasanna

West Indies go two-up with seven-wicket win at Nagpur

Nov 9, 2002: After dew forced a delayed start to the 48-over-a-side match, Sourav Ganguly could not have been too disappointed at being asked to bat first on an easy-paced pitch

Samanth Subramanian

The return of the batsmen

Nov 7, 2002: © CricInfo It was the levelheaded approach of Ramnaresh Sarwan that helped the West Indies to a thrilling win at Jamshedpur

Erapalli Prasanna

Sarwan scripts thrilling last-ball win

Nov 6, 2002: The Keenan Stadium in Jamshedpur witnessed the coming of age of Ramnaresh Sarwan, who played a memorable knock to pull of a sensational last-ball win for West Indies

Santhosh S
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Tour Results
India v West Indies at Vijayawada - Nov 24, 2002
West Indies won by 135 runs
India v West Indies at Jodhpur - Nov 21, 2002
India won by 3 wickets (with 22 balls remaining)
India v West Indies at Vadodara - Nov 18, 2002
West Indies won by 5 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
India v West Indies at Ahmedabad - Nov 15, 2002
India won by 5 wickets (with 14 balls remaining)
India v West Indies at Rajkot - Nov 12, 2002
India won by 81 runs (D/L method)
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