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June 25, 1983: When 'Kapil's Devils' changed the image of Indian cricket
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June 25, 1983: When 'Kapil's Devils' changed the image of Indi...

Haresh Pandya recounts one of the biggest upsets in One-day cricket Captain Kapil Dev holds aloft the trophy after India won the World Cup. Photograph: Dave Cannon/Allsport On June 25, 1983, India turned the cricket world upside down by beating the mighty and seemingly invincible West Indies in the final of the World Cup at Lord’s against heavy odds, proving most people wrong. It was one of the biggest upsets in the history of cricket. India had gone to participate in the third ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Will India have a home-grown coach after 15 years?

Duncan Fletcher's impending exit prompts Haresh Pandya to suggest 'Indian' options for the job of national coach.   India coach Duncan Fletcher and assistant coach Sanjay Bangar during a practice session. There may not be anything common or similar between John Wright, Greg Chappell, Gary Kirsten and Duncan Fletcher, including nationalities, playing styles and achievements as players, but a noticeable feature on their CVs that bracket them together is that each one of them was Team ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Meet Indian cricket's unsung hero

‘Rahane’s sound technique, solid temperament, fiery confidence, steely determination and hunger for runs – all in keeping with the tradition of famous Mumbai batsmen – far outweigh charisma and flamboyance.’ ‘Being mentally strong, he never buckles under pressure; nor gets unduly affected by adulation or criticism.’ Haresh Pandya salutes India's most consistent batsmen over the last season. Ajinkya Rahane reacts after completing his century.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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We will never see the likes of him again

'If Richie Benaud was born to play cricket and born to lead, he was also born to commentate on the game he graced with his inspirational presence.' Haresh Pandya pays tribute to the legendary cricketer-commentator who passed into the ages on Thursday, April 9. Image: Richie Benaud looks on during the 2013 Allan Border Medal awards ceremony, February 4, 2013 in Melbourne. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images   Richie Benaud was a genius of a rare kind, both on and off the field, a ...
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