November 20, 2019
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'Sachin To Continue At No. 4'
Hitting out at the critics of Tendulkar for exerting needless presure on him, Ganguly says the master blaster will continue to bat down the order in the team's interest.
Sep 30, 2002
Sri Lankan Skies Soak Indian Hopes
Rain ruins India's advantage for the second successive day as an abandonement has Saurav Ganguly sharing the winner's podium with Sanath Jayasuriya.
Sep 30, 2002
'I Would Like To Open Again'
Explaining his stand, the master blaster says 'If I open, the ball is new and the bowlers are new, and I will dictate terms. Now the terms are dictated to me.'
Sep 27, 2002
Spinners Do The Trick For Lanka
The semi-final fails to reach expected heights as slow bowlers walk off with the honours in a match billed as the battle between Sri Lankan spin and Australian pace.
Sep 27, 2002
Sehwag, Saurav Subjugate England
Contrasting centuries by the two openers turn the needle contest into a virtual slaughter as India stride into the semi-finals with a resounding eight-wicket verdict.
Sep 23, 2002
Afridi's Fireworks Light Up Dull Proceedings
The stylish Pathan blasts the second fastest half century in ODIs and scalps three Dutch victims as Pakistan race to a nine-wicket win in the inconsequential tie.
Sep 21, 2002
Kenya Bow To Proteas' Might
South Africa amass a huge 316 for five to bury their fellow Africans under an avalanche of runs, in the process securing a comfortable 176-run victory and a semi-final spot against the winners of the India-England encounter.
Sep 20, 2002
Aussies Make Mincemeat Of Bangla Tigers
Riding on the massive nine-wicket verdict against the minnows, Australia set up a semi-final clash with Sri Lanka.
Sep 19, 2002
Trescothick Scripts Zimbabwe's Demise
England ride the opener's blazing 119 to pile up 298 for eight, the highest score of the tournament so far.
Sep 18, 2002
Kenya Gallant In Defeat
Captain Steve Tikolo spearheads his side's run-chase with a brilliant 91-ball 93, but the Windies manage to restrict them to 232, 29 runs short of the target.
Sep 17, 2002
Amit Shah Reiterates 'NRC Across India'; Mamata Says Won't Allow In Bengal
'Will Provide Stable Maha Govt': Cong Leader After Meeting With NCP; Alliance With Sena Likely
Situation Normal In J&K, Internet Curbs To Be Lifted At Appropriate Time: Amit Shah
JNU Needs World-Class Leadership, Not Ideological Mediocrity
SEBI Tightens Disclosure Norms On Loan Default, Doubles Minimum PMS Investment Size
Given Opportunity, BSNL Can Emerge As Top Telecom Company From Turmoil
One Hundred Days Of Solitude In Kashmir’s News World
How T. N. Seshan's Poll Clean-up Operation Actually Helped Lalu Yadav In Bihar
Domestic Violence Can Be Isolated, Repetitive Or Even Span Generations
Bollywood’s Double Whammy For Bald People Is Regressive, Not Cool
When Asked To Bend, We Turned To Kafka, George Orwell
Delhi Air Quality Dips To 'Very Poor', Likely To Plummet To 'Severe' Levels
Amid Growing Maharashtra Mystery, Sharad Pawar Meets PM Modi
Why Can't Muslims Teach Sanskrit? Paresh Rawal Invokes Md Rafi
European MPs Came On 'Private Visit', Got Sense Of Terrorist Threat To J&K: MHA
India v WI: Rohit's Workload To Be Discussed, Dhawan May Be On Trial
Another Well-Deserved Accolade For Kohli, This Time Off The Field
Students Adamant On Full Rollback Of Fee Hike, Ministry Team To Visit Campus
BJP Leader Thrown Out Of Asia Pacific Summit For Disrupting Speech On J&K
Had Babri Masjid Not Been Demolished, Would SC Judgment Have Been Same? Asks Owaisi
What Next After Ayodhya? How Constructive Will BJP-RSS Gameplan Be?
Fashion Unlimited: Sikh Community Gives Pugree Jewel-In-The-Crown Treatment
Stream Of Main Paradox
Amid 'Civil Disobedience', Kargil Revolts Against Leh, Kashmir On Thin Ice
Road To Khalsa
Delay In Opening Jagannath Temple's Ratna Bhandar Sullying Naveen Patnaik's Transparency Mantra
Political Tug-O-War Over Tipu Sultan Leaves Students, Teachers In The Lurch