1. LEN HOPWOOD of England holds the record for bowling the most balls without a test wicket. He bowled 77 overs (462 balls) without taking a test wicket. ANWAR HOSSAIN MONIR of Bangladesh conceded the most runs without ever taking a test wicket. He ... Yahoo! Malaysia, 2 weeks ago
Within hours of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes passing away on Thursday, Mumbai Cricket Association vice-president Ravi Savant received a lot of calls from parents concerned about the safety of their wards playing cricket in the Mumbai maidans.DNA India, 2 weeks ago
Calcutta: Dilip Balwant Vengsarkar, a former captain and chief selector, will be honoured by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, in Mumbai, on Friday. On Thursday, less than 24 hours before receiving the Col. C.K.Nayudu Lifetime ...ABP Live, 3 weeks ago Important to have loads of self-belief, says Dilip Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
New Delhi: My earliest memories of Shrimati Indira Gandhi were as a five year old when she had just taken over as prime minister in January 1966. My father, HY Sharada Prasad, had joined the Prime Minister's Secretariat as Deputy Information ...IBNLive India News, 1 month ago
'What is true khadoos? Stubborn? Dogged? Unyielding? Relentless? Or something in between that? Or all of it together?' 'Just like you can't translate it, you can't teach a kid to be khadoos either. You can only inculcate that attitude in him by sharing stories of all the khadoos-ness of past stalwarts.' 'For instance, the story of Sunil Gavaskar batting left handed to counter the left-arm spin of Raghuram Bhat and salvaging a draw in the 1981-1982 Ranji Trophy semi-finals...' Rahul Dravid on ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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