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Moin-ud-Dowla Trophy, SBI v VST Colts, 1976-77


Unknown cricketers

What can they tell us about India's singular obsession? Plenty - as is revealed in books by two players from times gone by

Robin Singh interview

'Slotting players is a foolish concept'

Robin Singh was so patently the cricketer always giving 110 percent on the field for India that it comes as no surprise that he gives just as much as a coach

India v New Zealand, TVS Cup, Game 9, Hyderabad

Sehwag returns in style

Virender Sehwag's ability to punish anything erring inline and length is well known, and his innings atHyderabad demonstrated that yet again

Australia v New Zealand, TVS Cup, Game 7, Guwahati

Problems at the top

Even before the tournament, New Zealand's battingwould have been ranked third of the three at the TVSCup, but when the first two positions are occupied byAustralia and India - in whichever order - that is nocriticism

Australia v New Zealand, TVS Cup, Game 5, Pune

Clarke leads Australia to thrilling victory

Australia sneaked a thrilling two-wicket win off the penultimate ball of the match to seal a place in the final of the TVS Cup

India v New Zealand, TVS Cup, Chennai

Rain has the final word

Rain stopped play after 26.5 overs in the first match of the TVS Cup, giving India and New Zealand three points apiece from the abandoned game

Pakistan v South Africa, 1st Test, Lahore, 3rd day

SA back in front despite Asim Kamal's debut 99

On an interesting third day's play Asim Kamal made 99 on his Test debut, Paul Adams took seven wickets in an innings for the first time ..

India v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Mohali, 2nd day

The V for Victory

If Lou Vincent and Mark Richardson prospered yesterday by swatting deliveries to midwicket and square leg constantly, Scott Styris followed a different drummer