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The new Grand Old Man

With the demise of his "good old friend" Deepak Shodhan, Vadodara's Dattajirao Krishnarao Gaekwad, at 87 years and 203 days, is now India's oldest living Test cricketer. Dattajirao started playing cricket in Mumbai (then Bombay) before returning to ... AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 week ago

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Deepak Shodhan said he was getting better: Dattajirao Gaekwad

Prev By Clayton Murzello | Posted 1 hour Dattajirao Gaekwad, India's captain on the 1959 tour of England, is now India's oldest living Test cricketer at 87 years 203 days. Gaekwad, the father of erstwhile Test opener Anshuman, told mid-day ...
 Mid Day1 week ago Clayton Murzello: How about some appreciation, BCCI?  Mid Day1 month ago Clayton Murzello: MSD's antics at Wankhede deplorable  Mid Day1 month ago

India's oldest Test cricketer Shodhan dies of cancer

GENTLEMAN OF THE GAME: Shodhan Mirror Sport Bureau A gentleman in every sense, India's oldest Test cricketer Deepak Shodhan breathed his last yesterday after losing aprolonged battle with lung cancer. A left-handed batsman and a lefthanded ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago India's oldest test cricketer bids adieu  AhmedabadMirror.com1 week ago
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Hyderabad masala

An upcoming film on Mohammad Azharuddin promises to be a potboiler, though not a true biopic, says Shakya Mitra. In December 1984, Kapil Dev was dropped for the Kolkata Test against England because he had played a poor shot in the previous game at Delhi, which cost India the match. In the retribution that followed, batsman Sandeep Patil too was rested. In his place, it was decided to play a lanky 21 year old from Hyderabad. "Carpe Diem," the angels whispered in Mohammad Azharuddin's ears as he ...
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April 27, 1976, Forty YearsAgo

Bedi on Test Loss Indian captain Bishen Singh Bedi denied he had declared his team's second innings in the fourth cricket Test, which gave the West Indies a series win. It was just that we had no other fit batsmen able to bat and we were forced to ...
 Yahoo! India4 weeks ago
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Flashback 1976: When Indian team successfully chased 403 in Trinidad

Prev By Mudar Patherya | Posted 2 hours Celebrating the 40th anniversary of India's 1976 win over WI in Trinidad where BS Bedi's team successfully chased 403 For all those selfie-driven smarties likely to respond to an article ...
 Mid Day1 month ago When India grew up at Port of Spain in 1976  Mid Day1 month ago

CANDY CRUSHING

( ) PHOTO BY SATYAJIT DESAI Page that feels for brussels █ CANDY CRUSHING Athiya Shetty gets a little sugar fix post a fashion promotion yesterday █ Candles out HOW we love it when birthdays actually signal a growing up. Rewant Ruia ...
 Pune Mirror2 months ago
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Team India, winning machine

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has at his disposal a range of multi-skilled players who possess the ability to turn the game around at the flick of a switch. With form on their side, Dhruv Munjal says India can go all the way in the World T20. IMAGE: A selfie after winning the Asia Cup on Sunday, March 6, 2016. Photograph: Solaris Images.   It is difficult to explain India's rise to the top of the world T20 rankings. Since the introduction of international T20s, India has played the fewest matches ...
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