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HindustanTimes Sun,20 Apr 2014

Flashback

India vs Pak, quarterfinal, Bangalore, 1996

A solid opening partnership, and then Jadeja's fireworks, helped India beat Pak in the quarters.

Australia vs India, 1992

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.

England vs South Africa, 1992

Absurd rain rule steals thunder from the game as South Africa start their jinxed WC career, writes AR Hemant.

Pakistan vs England, 1992

Mercurial Pakistan raise their game to win maiden title in Imran’s swansong, writes KR Guruprasad.

Indian tour started a summer of woes: Ponting

Australia captain Ricky Ponting has admitted that one of the most challenging summers of his career which saw his side falling from the pedestal started with a Test series defeat to India in October last year. The summer saw the end of Australia's domination in world cricket which was evident from their 0-2 defeat in the four-match Test series in India and Test and ODI loss at home against South Africa.

I had a better technique than Gavaskar: Boycott

Former England opener Geoffrey Boycott believes he was technically superior to Sunil Gavaskar even though his Yorkshire teammate Dicky Bird feels otherwise.

Akram's wife dies battling mysterious fever in Chennai

Former Pakistan cricket captain Wasim Akram's wife Huma, who was suffering from a "mysterious" fever, died at a hospital here today.

Terror hits cricket, but India rises to number one

India rises to number one in a year when cricket was plagued by terror. The team celebrated their 100th test victory as it was finally named number one in test cricket.

Primitive ways work, but not always in the cricket world

The Lord’s had quite a few surprises up their sleeve in the 1999 World Cup. Somshuvra Laha reports.
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