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493dThe Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

India wrap up series win

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

493dThe Wisden Verdict by Anand Vasu in Chittagong

Blossom in a bed of weeds

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

493dThe Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

India in command after making 540

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

493dRoving Reporter by Anand Vasu in Chittagong

The difference a day makes

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

493dThe Wisden Verdict by Sambit Bal

Little sparks in the darkness

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

493dThe Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Toddler's candy and the Ugly Sister

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

493dThe Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Gambhir and Dravid pile on hundreds

Rahul Dravid became the first player to score hundreds in all Test-playing countries while Gautam Gambhir notched up his maiden century as India made merry on the first day at Chittagong