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BCCI Review Committee meeting, Mumbai

Grave beginnings, farcical endings

Sep 27, 2005: One of the most serious and grave days in Indian cricket in recent years ended on a note of high farce. Anand Vasu comments on the review committee meeting

Anand Vasu at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai

England's Ashes celebrations

Party time in London

Sep 13, 2005: Andrew McGlashan's Roving Reporter from England's Ashes celebrations at Trafalgar Square

Roving Reporter by Andrew McGlashan at Trafalgar Square

England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 5th day

Frayed nerves and chewed nails

Sep 12, 2005: Andrew Miller joins the frayed-nerves brigade at The Oval

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller

England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 3rd day

That morning-after feeling

Sep 10, 2005: Andrew McGlashan watches the clean-up operation at The Oval

Roving Reporter by Andrew McGlashan

England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 2nd day

Scaling the heights and plumbing the depths

Sep 9, 2005: Andrew Miller watches the Oval Test from a variety of vantage points

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller

England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 1st day

Touts, flats and the Baggy Green Beach

Sep 8, 2005: Andrew Miller reports on a remarkable day at The Oval

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller

England v Australia, 4th Test, Trent Bridge, 4th day

Real Test cricket returns ... if briefly

Aug 28, 2005: Andrew Miller's Roving Reporter from the fourth day of the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller at Trent Bridge

Afro-Asia Cup, Centurion Park

A tournament dripping with artificiality

Aug 17, 2005: Neil Manthorp on a forgettable day at the Afro-Asia Cup

Neil Manthorp

England v Australia, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 5th day

Thousands join the jittery stampede

Aug 15, 2005: Roving Reporter from the final day at Old Trafford

Roving Reporter by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford

England v Australia, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 3rd day

And the rain came steadily down

Aug 13, 2005: Roving Reporter from the third day at Old Trafford

Roving Reporter by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford

Sri Lanka v India, Indian Oil Cup final, Colombo

A battle in the lion's den

Aug 9, 2005: As our car makes its way through the parking lot, there is high intensity brewing in and around the Premadasa Stadium

Roving Reporter by Nagraj Gollapudi in Colombo

England Women v Australian Women, 1st Test, Hove

The unknown Ashes battle

Aug 9, 2005: The Roving Reporter from the first Women's Test at Hove finds the locals unaware of the cricket on their doorsteps

Roving Reporter by Jenny Thompson at Hove

England v Australia, 2nd Test, Edgbaston, 3rd day

Glued to one's seat by the wiles of Warne

Aug 6, 2005: Test cricket ain't what it used to be

Roving Reporter from Steven Lynch at Edgbaston

Sri Lanka v India, Indian Oil Cup, Dambulla

Indian batsmen can't match the rhythm of the stands

Aug 3, 2005: Roving Reporter from Sri Lanka's match against India in Dambulla

Nagraj Gollapudi in Dambulla

Sri Lanka v India, Indian Oil Cup, Dambulla

The peace of an emerald isle

Jul 30, 2005: There is something charmingly peaceful about Sri Lanka. Nagraj Gollapudi reports from the emerald isle

Nagraj Gollapudi in Dambulla

England v Australia, NatWest Series, Bristol

Bristol enjoys its day in the sun

Jun 19, 2005: Bristol hosts a colourful occasion despite being a colourless ground

Roving Reporter by Edward Craig at Bristol

MCC v International XI, Lord's

Looking at the bigger picture

Jun 14, 2005: Twice in the space of 24 hours, the English summer has been graced by two remarkable matches

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller at Lord's

England v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Chester-le-Street

North East public show their support as local boy performs

Jun 3, 2005: The Riverside ground is making the most of its second Test match, even if it is likely to be brief.

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller at Chester-le-Street

England v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Lord's, 1st day

Lord's courts the youth vote

May 26, 2005: Andrew Miller reports on Bangladesh's debut at Lord's

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller at Lord's

India v Australia, 4th Test, Mumbai, 3rd day

Capturing the moment

Nov 5, 2004: Roving Reporter by Rahul Bhatia at Mumbai

Roving Reporter by Rahul Bhatia at Mumbai
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    'My father's contribution to the game has been extraordinary'

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Another record chase, another Kohli special

Stats highlights from the first ODI between India and England in Pune

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The Twitter world rose up to applaud Yuvraj Singh's hundred, in his second game since being recalled to India's ODI squad

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