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Jadeja becomes proud father of a baby girl
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Jadeja becomes proud father of a baby girl

IMAGE: Reeva Solanki and Ravindra Jadeja. Photograph: Haresh Pandya Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja and his wife Reeva Solanki, who were expecting their first child, are now proud parents of a baby girl. Jadeja got married to Reeva, who is a mechanical engineer by profession, on April 17 last year in Rajkot. The No 1 Test bowler is currently in England with the Indian national team for the ongoing Champions Trophy one-day international tournament. The news of the couple expecting their ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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'My destiny was to write about the game'

'That has always been my ambition -- to take the reader behind the scenes, to the places he was not allowed to visit, but which I had the privilege of entering.'Haresh Pandya remembers Ted Corbett, sports journalist extraordinaire, who passed into the ages on August 9. IMAGE: Ted Corbett loved his travels to India. Photograph: Haresh Pandya Although he owned a famous surname, Ted Corbett, who died August 9 at Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire in England, was "certain" he was not related to Jim ...
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Even greater glory awaits Mithali Raj

The semi-final against Australia and if the Indian women are fortunate, Sunday's final will decide her place in history as a captain, though she has long secured her position in the Elysium of women's cricket, says Haresh Pandya. IMAGE: Mithali Raj is the mainstay of India's batting. Photograph: BCCI If India finds itself in the semi-final of the women's World Cup in England, much of the credit ought to go to Captain Mithali Raj who is also the mainstay of the team's batting. It was thanks ...
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'God of Commentary' prepares to say goodbye

Henry Blofeld, who charmed the cricket world for more than 40 years, bids farewell to the microphone come September.Haresh Pandya salutes the Master. IMAGE: Henry Blofeld always livened up proceedings -- especially on a dull cricket day -- with his humour. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images Henry Blofeld will always be remembered as one of the most distinctive and vividly entertaining voices in cricket. Full of good humour, exuberance and outrageous candour, he was THE cricket ...
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