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Gulu Ezekiel

Captain Cool is the story of M.S.Dhoni, Indian cricket's poster boy; it is also the heartwarming account of the life of a young man who won India the World ...

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Sunil Gavaskar

Sunny Days is the fascinating account of the growth of one of India's greatest batsmen, one whose astonishing feats on the cricket field have caused innumer...

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Paul Barry

At first there were nerves and chubbiness. Then came wild soaring legbreaks, followed by fame and flippers. For a long while there were women, then a bookmaker,...

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Mihir Bose

On 24 August 1971 - "The Day the Elephant came to the Oval" - India, under the captaincy of A.L. Wadekar, won her first Test match against England in ...

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Bakhtiar K Dadabhoy

Did you know that Allan Border and Steve Waugh crossed the milestone of 10,000 Test runs on the same day, ten years apart, and on the same ground? Find out when...

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Margaret Geddes

Despite all the words written about him, Sir Donald Bradman has long been something of an enigma. A prisoner of his own fame, he valued his privacy more than an...

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Boria Majumdar

Indian cricket is not simply a sport: it is a way of life for a billion people. It is the only symbol of nationalism that has currency in all parts of the count...

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Gautam Bhimani

In cricket, the reverse sweep stroke epitomizes unorthodoxy. It also symbolizes bravado. Sometimes foolhardiness. Most of all, it suggests a sense of adventure....

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Suvam Pal

When he picks up the willow, cricket fans across the world hold their breath. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is not just a cricketer, but an inspirer of dreams, a stat...

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Anjali Doshi

Sachin Tendulkar, who retired from playing in 2014, is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest cricketers of all time and arguably the greatest batsman ...

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