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March 28-April 1, 2004

Pakistan v India, 1st Test, Multan

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India won by an innings and 52 runs and lead the three-match series 1-0

Scorecard

Day 5

Bulletin - India clinch an historic win
Verdict - Aspiring to greatness
Roving Reporter - An hour to remember
Pakistan View - Time to start afresh
Quotes - 'The boys can be justifiably proud' - Dravid
Quotes - 'We should look at our weaknesses'

Day 4

Bulletin - India on the verge of history
Verdict - Triumph and defeat
Quotes - 'It felt like Sydney again' - Kumble
News - Zaheer out of second Test

Day 3

Bulletin - Pakistan struggle against determined Indians
Verdict - Wanting to win
Quotes - 'Do we need a spinning coach as well?' - Inzamam
Roving Reporter - Give us some Milo
Comment - Ghost stadiums
Feature - The battle-scarred boy - Parthiv Patel

Day 2

Bulletin - India high on Sehwag's 309
Verdict - Departures from the past
Quotes - 'I was taken by surprise' - Sachin
An appreciation - Watching Sehwag bat

Day 1

Bulletin - Sehwag's unbeaten 228 rocks Multan
Verdict - Breaking away
Pakistan view - Listless and helpless
Roving Reporter - Alexander's lung
Quotes - Sehwag: 'I would like to go for 300'

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