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Former Test Cricketer and a pillar of the erstwhile Holkar cricket team Hiralal Gaekwad died at Bagdogra in Assam on January 2, 2003 at the age of 79.

Hiralal Gaekwad – One of Pillar of Holkar Cricket Team

Former Test Cricketer and a pillar of the erstwhile Holkar cricket team, Hiralal Gaekwad died at Bagdogra in Assam on January 2, 2003, at the age of 79. He was suffered in protracted illness for some time.  Hiralal Gaekwad represented...
Sachin Tendulkar Yorks Lord Hawke’s Ghost

Sachin Tendulkar Yorks Lord Hawke’s Ghost

Sachin Tendulkar - THE GHOST of Lord Hawke failed to rise from the grave. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse apparently felt it inappropriate to arrive as messengers of divine retribution. Instead, Headingley’s heretics were free to welcome a...

Miandad recalls Sachin debut series against Pakistan in 1989

Javed Miandad recalls Sachin debut series against Pakistan in 1989. This wonderful little boy impressed Javed Miandad on his debut series in 1989-90. It is a hard task to get Javed Miandad to speak on the ability of another...
Karsan Gharvi – A Self-made All Rounder

Karsan Gharvi – A Self-made All Rounder

Blast from Past Karsan Gharvi – A Self-made All Rounder. The grim irony about our seemingly futile search for pace bowlers is our inability to spot and encourage talent right under our nose. Ghavri is a case in point....
W.V. Raman An all-rounder in the making

WV Raman – An all-rounder in the Making

WV Raman - An all-rounder in the Making  - One of the quaintly charming facets of cricket down the years through its commercialization and the modern-day techniques is its beach culture, principally on the sun-soaked shores of the Caribbean....
India may axe go-slow Sunil Gavaskar

Cricket World Cup 1975 – India may axe go-slow Sunil Gavaskar

Indian may axe go-slow Sunil Gavaskar. On the June 7th, 1975 match against England. A sun-drenched Lord's was packed to watch England play India in the opening round of the inaugural Prudential World Cup 1975. What they got was...

Lala Amarnath – Grand Old Man of Indian Cricket

Lala Amarnath was the original rebel of Indian cricket who became its grand old man, writes Haresh Pandya. He scored brilliant centuries bowled, kept wicket, and field in a manner that belied his build. Lala Amarnath played for India...

The Ball That Did It

The Ball That Did It by Dilip Vengsarkar is sourced from November 1980. A couple of years ago India toured Australia, a tour that I enjoyed very much because of the wickets that suited my style of play. Moreover,...
Bishan Singh Bedi

Bishan Singh Bedi – Art or brute force?

Bishan Singh Bedi, Art or brute force. One way or another, he was always going to be a victim of the relentless march of modern cricket. The man who sports a turban as a peacock spreads its wings, whose...

Historical Moments of Bangalore Test Match 1987

This is a picture with historic significance in the history of Pakistan Cricket. You can recall the glorious moment when wicketkeeper Saleem Yousuf scooped up the ball coming off the bat of Maninder Singh, giving Iqbal Qasim yet another...

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Dennis Lillee Famous Remark of Making His Grave on Faisalabad Pitch

This is a memorable picture of depicts the great Australian fast Bowler Dennis Lillee on the receiving end of Taslim Arif's bat. Dennis Lillee...

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