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June 10, 2006
Rahul Dravid's decision at the toss, to bat first, was vindicated when India made 361 for 4 on the first day, at 4.24 runs per over. But did he perhaps choose the wrong team, going in, once again, with just one specialist spinner in Anil Kumble. Amit Varma discussed that and more with S Rajesh. Listen in.
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Nepal's players recount their ongoing journey through the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in the UAE, and express what it means to have made it to the 2014 World T20 in Bangladesh
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