It was a journey down the memory lane as India's 1983 World Cup heroes relived the historic occasion at Lord's pavilion last night. Images
From being the first ventilated quadriplegic in Queensland, he has now become a public speaker, reports Anam Arsalan.
Three years ago, Saurabh Saket had travelled all the way to Pakistan to watch cricket and came back a changed man. March 22, 2004 is a date that will forever be engraved in his memory. He narrates his experiences...
It looks like another contest of batsmanship and India will look to the big three - Sachin, Sourav and Rahul - to show the way.
Sachin has a state-of-the-art cricket computer in his brain with all possible softwares, feels Amrit Mathur.
A solid opening partnership, and then Jadeja's fireworks, helped India beat Pak in the quarters.
Venkatapathy Raju applauds Javagal Srinath's shot instead of running as India fall short of the 236-run target by just one run, recounts G Krishnan.
Absurd rain rule steals thunder from the game as South Africa start their jinxed WC career, writes AR Hemant.
Mercurial Pakistan raise their game to win maiden title in Imran’s swansong, writes KR Guruprasad.