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R.G. Nadkarni did not succeed however in obtaining the record for the most balls delivered without conceding a run.

Unsurpassable Feat – Most Consecutive Maiden Overs in a Test Match Innings

Do you know, which bowler has the record of Most Consecutive Maiden Overs in a Test Match Innings? Indian left-arm spinner R.G Nadkarni was born on April 04, 1933, at Nasik Maharashtra. The first Test match between India and England...
Muhammad Azharuddin 58 Runs off 45 Balls vs New Zealand at Delhi 1994

Muhammad Azharuddin 58 Runs off 45 Balls vs New Zealand at Delhi 1994

In the 6th Match of Willis World Series at Delhi on Nov 3, 1994, Muhammad Azharuddin scored a brilliant 58 runs off 45 balls 75 minutes with the help of 6 boundaries at a strike rate of 128.88. Captain...

PAKISTAN v INDIA FIRST TEST MATCH Karachi 1989

PAKISTAN v INDIA FIRST TEST MATCH Karachi 1989 November 15, 16, 17, 19, 20. INDIA’S BATSMEN, who had struggled in the first innings, applied themselves the better the second time around to save this first match of a four-Test...
Paul Gibb touring India with the 1953-54 commonwealth teams is playing more golf and squash than cricket.

Paul Gibb in India

Paul Gibb touring India with the 1953-54 commonwealth teams is playing more golf and squash than cricket. But he goes on recording the antics of the players while the second Test match gets underway. We had a brief cricket...
Sandeep Patil Dashing 129 Not Out off 196 Balls, 212 Minutes, 18 Fours, 2 Sixes at Old Trafford 1982

Sandeep Patil 129* off 196 Balls, 18 Fours, 2 Sixes at Old Trafford 1982

Sandeep Patil was a right-handed middle-order batsman. A dashing, aggressive middle-order batsman was a pillar of the Indian team. In the 2nd Test against at Manchester, Jun 24 - 28 1982, India tour of England, he came up with...
Kapil Dev was the first bowler in the history of the game, by getting more than 400 test wickets and the first player to get 200 wickets in ODI format.

Kapil Dev- The Greatest Indian Cricketer 1978–94

India has been blessed with many great batsmen and spin bowlers. But they have often suffered from a shortage of great fast bowlers and all-rounders. So, Kapil Dev had one of each. Kapil Dev Ram Lal Nikhanj was indeed...
India v Pakistan Third Test Match Bombay December 1979

India v Pakistan Third Test Match Bombay December 1979

This is a match report of India v Pakistan Third Test Match Bombay December 1979. India forged ahead in their series against Pakistan with a most emphatic win in the third Test in Bombay. It was gained in four...
Sadagopan Ramesh A Classy Left Hand Batsman

Sadagoppan Ramesh – A Classy Left Handed Batsman

Many of you may not know who the first Indian cricketer is to take a wicket off his first ball in an ODI. It is surprising to see the name of Sadagoppan Ramesh, who was a left-handed opening batsman...
Raman Lamba 57 off 63 Balls 4 Fours, 3 Sixes, SR 90.47 v Pakistan at Kolkata 1989

Raman Lamba 57 off 63 Balls 4 Fours, 3 Sixes, SR 90.47 v Pakistan...

In the 15th Match of MRF World Series Nehru Cup at Kolkata on Oct 28 1989 against Pakistan, the late Raman Lamba played a magnificent inning of 57 off 63 balls including four delightful fours and three towering sixes...
Former Indian wicket keeper Naren Tamhane died in Mumbai on March 19, 2002. He was suffering a prolonged battle with cancer. He played 21 Test scoring 225.

Naren Tamhane – Finest Indian Wicket Keeper of 1950’s

Former Indian wicketkeeper Naren Tamhane died in Mumbai on March 19, 2002. He was suffering a prolonged battle with cancer. Tamhane 70, is survived by his wife and two sons. He had been fighting the disease for the past...

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