On Thursday morning, the world woke up to the news of the death of iconic New Zealand cricketer Martin Crowe. He was 53. A teenage prodigy who went on to carve an illustrious career with his superlative batting and smart captaincy, he lost his three-year long battle against cancer. The former skipper of the Black Caps was initially diagnosed with follicular lymphoma in 2012, and the disease went into remission later. In September 2014, Crowe said a new, more aggressive form of the disease, ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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