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  Thursday, 13 February, 2003, 15:29 GMT
Sachin Tendulkar scored 65 at just under a run-a-ball for India Tendulkar shrugs off pain
Sachin Tendulkar reveals that injury stopped him playing certain shots as he led India to victory against the West Indies on Sunday.
India's victory saw them secure the series win India secure series win
Sachin Tendulkar stars as India win the fifth one-day international and their first ever series in the West Indies.
Javagal Srinath Srinath: India's warhorse
BBC Sport Online looks back at the career of Indian fast bowler Javagal Srinath, who has hung up his Test-playing boots.
Windies secure easy win
The West Indies beat India by seven wickets in the rain-affected one-day game to square the five-match series.
Srinath retires from Test scene
India fast bowler Javagal Srinath announces his retirement from Test cricket.
Mongia sees India home
Dinesh Mongia hits 74 to guide India to a seven-wicket defeat of West Indies in the third one-dayer in Bridgetown.
Windies announce huge loss
The West Indies Cricket Board suffered a loss of $7.5m during the last financial year.
Windies turn to Richards
Sir Vivian Richards is the new chief of selectors for the West Indies and is joined on a three-man panel by Gordon Greenidge.
Scrutiny follows defeat
The series defeat against West Indies has sparked a flurry of criticism of Indian players for their performance.
Tendulkar back up the list
Sachin Tendulkar's 86 in Jamaica means he moves from fourth to second in the latest PwC ratings.
India in West Indies
Click here for a full list of results for India's tour to the West Indies.
Windies beat India to take series
The West Indies beat India by 155 runs to beat India 2-1 in the five-match Test series.
Jacobs makes history
West Indies wicket-keeper Ridley Jacobs scores a century in the Antigua Test against India as the fourth Test ends in a draw.
Windies seal emphatic win
A polished fourth-day performance takes the West Indies to a 10-wicket win over India in the Barbados Test.
Ganguly savours Test win
India captain Sourav Ganguly hails his side after they beat West Indies by 37 runs in the second Test.
Soggy ending in Guyana
The opening Test betwen West Indies and India ends in a draw after rain prevents any play on the final day.
Pluses on both sides
Former West Indies fast bowler Colin Croft believes India missed a golden opportunity by failing to win the Test series in the Caribbean.
Sobers' sporting tales
Legendary West Indies batsman Sir Garry Sobers tells BBC World Service about his dedication to his sport.
Cricket's thankless task
As Sir Viv Richards takes over as chairman of the West Indies selectors, BBC Sport Online asks whether the job is worth the headaches.
Joy confined for Windies
Richie Richardson tells BBC Sport Online that West Indies cricket chiefs still have plenty of hard work to do.
Tendulkar in demand
Indian cricket fans are angry about the lampooning of Sachin Tendulkar in a TV advert. BBC Sport Online reports on a commercial phenomenon.
Hooper takes the helm
Carl Hooper and Shivnarine Chanderpaul are at the root of the West Indies revival, with the captain finally leading by example.
Playing on through the pain
BBC Sport Online looks at cricketers who have refused to leave the field despite being injured - after Anil Kumble's heroics in Antigua.

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