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'One of my best' - Karthik
The demons on the pitch were working overtime - Sourav Ganguly fell pushing too early, Sachin Tendulkar perished driving loosely, India limping at 35 for 3 - when Dinesh Karthik entered the fray. [more]

Chipli gives Karnataka a sniff
Karnataka bounced back with a solid batting performance that showed they'd learnt their lessons of the first day. [more]

Chawla stars in resounding victory
Captain Piyush Chawla and medium pacer Abu Nechim shared eight wickets to bundle out New Zealand for 147 and power India to a comprehensive victory by an innings and 50 runs in the first four-day Under-19 match at Lincoln today. [more]

Poor planning leads to poor pitch
Lack of proper planning seems to be the reason behind the sluggish pitch laid out for the second one-dayer at Cuttack . [more]

Pathan and Patel lead Baroda fightback
Round-up of the 2nd day's play of the Ranji Trophy semi-finals. [more]

India clinch thrilling victory
Ramesh Powar led a disciplined bowling performance on a slow and low pitch to steer India to a thrilling 20-run victory at Nagpur. Set to chase 190 on a spin-friendly track, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, for the second consecutive game, donned the role of the surrogate skipper on the burning deck and was the last man out. . [more]

Security concerns over Barabati Stadium's future
The manhandling of Greg Chappell at Bhubaneshwar airport and reports of the security of the Indian players under threat could jeopardise the future of Cuttack's Barabati Stadium as an international venue, the Indian board (BCCI) said. [more]

Pathan takes first steps on the road back
From the picnicking crowds at Kingsmead, Durban, to the near-empty stands in his hometown Vadodara, the fall from grace could not have been more drastic for Irfan Pathan. Faced with his latest trial, he responded by showing glimpses of his prodigious skill that were, however, too infrequent and were flattered by the scoreline at stumps. [more]

Snubbed Bose makes his point to selectors
Conventional wisdom dictated that Karnataka, having won the toss, would opt to field first on a seaming Eden Gardens wicket. Instead they chose to face the in-form Bengal seamers and paid heavily on a day that saw Ranadeb Bose (6 for 38) and Sourav Sarkar (4 for 24) wreak havoc with the new ball as Karnataka, which has relied largely on its batting strength this season, crashed to 89 all out in 38.5 overs. [more]

Middle-over muddle
India's fine start to the one-day series, where they amassed 338 and held on for a 14-run win, shouldn't mask some of the problem areas. [more]

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