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Bangladesh v India, 1st ODI, Chittagong

Bangladesh fall short despite late surge

Dec 23, 2004: Mohammad Kaif made 80 as a new-look Indian side won the first one-day international of the three-match series by 11 runs

The Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

The throwing controversy

Murali fears for future of the doosra

Dec 22, 2004: Muttiah Muralitharan has stated that the ICC's constant scrutiny of offspinners' bowling actions might force them to abandon the doosra

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PwC Ratings

McGrath reclaims top spot

Dec 21, 2004: Glenn McGrath's second innings 8 for 24 propelled him to the top of the PwC Ratings for bowlers - a position he hasn't held since April 2003

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Coach not overly worried

Wright terms Harbhajan's case 'routine'

Dec 21, 2004: The mood in the Indian camp was upbeat despite yesterday's brouhaha over Harbhajan Singh being reported to the ICC for a suspect bowling action

Anand Vasu in Chittagong

Reported by officials after Chittagong Test

Harbhajan Singh's action reported

Dec 20, 2004: Harbhajan Singh has been reported to the ICC after the officials at the Chittagong Test decided that there were doubts over his doosra, a delivery which turns away from right-hand batsmen

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India in Bangladesh 2004-05

Mahmud included in ODI squad

Dec 20, 2004: Bangladesh's selectors have called up Khaled Mahmud, the former captain, for the first one-day international against India, to be played at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong on December 23

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Bangladesh v India, 2nd test, Chittagong, 4th day

'Ashraful played the best innings of the series' - Ganguly

Dec 20, 2004: Sourav Ganguly, Dav Whatmore and Pathan spoke to the press

Anand Vasu in Chittagong

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 4th day

India wrap up series win

Dec 20, 2004: It took just four balls for India to snap up the final wicket and seal a series whitewash in the second Test at Chittagong

The Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 3rd day

'I'm disappointed that I could not save my team' - Ashraful

Dec 19, 2004: Quotes from Mohammad Ashraful and Irfan Pathan

Anand Vasu in Chittagong

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 3rd day

Blossom in a bed of weeds

Dec 19, 2004: Mohammad Ashraful's rousing knock, easily the best of the series, beat back the ghosts that have haunted Bangladesh, but coult not do anything to alter the result

The Wisden Verdict by Anand Vasu in Chittagong

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 3rd day

Someone to emulate

Dec 19, 2004: Young cricketers picking up a bat or a ball in their backyard, must have someone to look up to, someone to want to emulate, when they make their first tentative steps into the game, playing make-believe games of Test cricket

Anand Vasu in Chittagong

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 3rd day

India on the threshold of victory despite Ashraful heroics

Dec 19, 2004: Bangladesh scored 397 runs in the day, yet found themselves facing certain defeat after Irfan Pathan ripped through the top order in the second innings

The Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 2nd day

Little sparks in the darkness

Dec 18, 2004: Few things are more heartening on a cricket field than a fightback from the underdog and for two hours this morning, Bangladesh fought spiritedly to hold back the might of the Indian batting

The Wisden Verdict by Sambit Bal

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 2nd day

The difference a day makes

Dec 18, 2004: If you're in Bangladesh for just one day, make sure it's a Friday

Roving Reporter by Anand Vasu in Chittagong

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 2nd day

India in command after making 540

Dec 18, 2004: India piled on a mammoth 540, thanks to Sourav Ganguly and the lower order, and tightened their stranglehold by snapping up three Bangladesh wickets late in the day

The Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 1st day

'It's good company to be in' - Dravid

Dec 17, 2004: Rahul Dravid and Gautam Gambhir both racked up solid centuries on a flat wicket on the first day of the second Test against Bangladesh at Chittagong

Anand Vasu in Chittagong

India in Bangladesh 2004-05

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong

Dec 17, 2004: Day 1 Bulletin - Gambhir and Dravid pile it on Verdict - Toddler's candy and the Ugly Sister Exclusive - Dravid on his endurance Stat of the day - Dravid's hundreds in all Test countries The Big Picture - That sinking feeling

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 1st day

Toddler's candy and the Ugly Sister

Dec 17, 2004: To say that taking runs off Bangladesh is as facile as misappropriating a toddler's candy is to seriously underestimate a little one's resolve

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 1st day

The best of travellers

Dec 17, 2004: Rahul Dravid became the first batsman to score a hundred in all ten Test playing countries after notching up his 18th hundred at Chittagong

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An endurance record

'I haven't felt the need for a break' - Dravid

Dec 17, 2004: Rahul Dravid's longevity as a cricketer has never been in doubt and yet when he became the first cricketer to not miss a single one of 85 Tests since his debut, it went largely unnoticed

Anand Vasu in Chittagong
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Tour Results
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - Dec 27, 2004
India won by 91 runs
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - Dec 26, 2004
Bangladesh won by 15 runs
Bangladesh v India at Chittagong - Dec 23, 2004
India won by 11 runs
Bangladesh v India at Chittagong - Dec 17-20, 2004
India won by an innings and 83 runs
Bangladesh v India at Dhaka - Dec 10-13, 2004
India won by an innings and 140 runs
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