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Lala Amarnath – The 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 fielding in a manner that belied his build. Lala Amarnath played for India...
Dilip Sardesai played 30 Tests between 1961 till 1972, scoring 2001 runs, including five centuries, at an average of just fewer than 40 and nine fifties with the best of 212

Dilip Sardesai – India’s Renaissance Man of 1971

Dilip Sardesai was a right-hand middle-order batsman and occasional right-arm slow bowler, who played first-class cricket Bombay and India. Former Indian Test batsman Dilip Sardesai played 30 Tests between 1961 till 1972, scoring 2001 runs, including five centuries, at...
Tied Matches in the History of Test Cricket

Tied Matches in the History of Test Cricket

More than 2000 Test matches had played in the 141-year history of cricket.  Only two Tied Matches in the History of Test Cricket so far. The two incredible matches were played by the Australian team against two different teams....
Masood Salahuddin one of oldest living first class cricketer in Indo-Pakistan breathed his last on the night of March 22, 2006 after a brief illness in Lahore at the age of 90 years and 88 days.

Masood Salahuddin – One of Oldest Indo-Pak First-Class Cricketer

Masood Salahuddin one of the oldest living first-class cricketers in Indo-Pakistan breathed his last on the night of March 22, 2006, after a brief illness in Lahore at the age of 90 years and 88 days. Masood was born...

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...
The Karnataka bowler, Javagal Srinath made his Test debut on the Australian tour in 1991, claimed 236 wickets in 67 Tests at an average of 30.49.

Javagal Srinath – Indian Finest Bowler of 1990’s

The Karnataka bowler, Javagal Srinath made his Test debut on the Australian tour in 1991, claimed 236 wickets in 67 Tests at an average of 30.49. He was India's second most successful fast bowler after stepping into the shoes...
Indian Captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi with Ramchand and Clive Lloyd during the 1974-75 series against West Indies.

Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi – An Elegant Batsman and Captain

Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi was a former Indian cricketer and captain. His full name was Nawab Muhammad Mansoor Ali Khan Siddiqui Pataudi also famous as Mansur Ali Khan or M.A.K Pataudi with nicknamed is Tiger Pataudi. He was born...

India vs Pakistan – World Championship of Cricket Final 1984-85

David Frith reports from Melbourne on the climax of the World Championship of Cricket Final 1984-85. The tournament staged by the Victorian Cricket Association to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the foundation of the State AWA the world was...

Farokh Engineer – Adventurous, Extravagant Keeper with Smile Ready

Farokh Engineer batting was adventurous, the keeping extravagant, the smile ready. Overall, the exotic charm of Farokh Engineer was too much for cricket lovers. At Old Trafford in 1967, the so-called Summer of Love. Lancashire was anything but a...
Opening Batsman Pankaj Roy was one of those who lived up to the early promise he held out. By scoring a century on debut in the Ranji Trophy in 1946-47.

Pankaj Roy – Most Prolific Opener Before Gavaskar

Pankaj Roy was one of those who lived up to the early promise he held out. By scoring a century on debut in the Ranji Trophy in 1946-47, and scores in the inter-university matches and by hitting an unbeaten...

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Sadagoppan Ramesh – A Classy Left Handed Batsman

Many of you may not know about who the first Indian cricketer is to take a wicket off his first ball in ODI. It...

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