H Natarajan picks 10 Greek Gods from Indian cricket between the 1960s and 1980s whose personalities made the women go weak in their knees. Greek Gods of Indian cricket over the years criclife.com Cricketers today enjoy rock star-like ... DNA India, 3 days ago
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Karnataka captain R Vinay Kumar with the Ranji Trophy. (PTI) Bangalore: A special occasion brought Bhagwat Chandrasekhar, who rarely attends any of the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) functions, to the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in ...IBNLive India News, 1 month ago More Karnataka players in India team hopes Vinay MSN News, 1 month ago
Ranji Trophy champions Karnataka get a thunderous welcome at their home ground, the Chinnaswamy stadium, with stalwarts GR Vishwanath, BS Chandrashekar and S Vishwanath lauding their performance Minutes before the bus plying the Karnataka Ranji ...Bangalore Mirror, 1 month ago
The 2015 Indian team to play in the World Cup is the highest impact team to ever represent India in any of its eleven editions. This is a staggering fact through Impact Index, given the illustrious names missing in this year's edition, compared ...IBNLive India News, 1 month ago
It's the 80's. Ravi Shastri glides across towards fine-leg, bends his knees, slides ever so gently, stops the ball, turns around as he gets up and throws the ball to the keeper. Neither the slide nor the run was swift but it used to be a matter of ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
Sivaramakrishnan goes back in time and discusses how was it to be on the winning side during the 1985 World Championship. (Source: Express Archive) On this day in 1985, India won the World Championship of Cricket remaining unbeaten throughout the ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
Finally, the question reached Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. A day before the game against South Africa, on live television, Pakistan's funniest man, Umar Sharif, before wondering whether it was America, or Russia, that was against the inclusion of ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
Melbourne: The Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led Indian team is on fire right now with two back-to-back dominant wins in the ongoing World Cup. Few from the 86,676-strong crowd which watched them decimate South Africa in a World Cup Group B match at the ...Mid Day, 1 month ago ICC World Cup: Gavaskar's men could beat Dhoni's XI, says Cricket Victoria ex-CEO Mid Day, 1 month ago
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