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OCTOBER 19, 2014

Remembering Budhi the dasher

Before Sehwag, and even Srikkanth, India had a swashbuckling opening batsman who also kept wickets
Budhi Kunderan on his way to 192 against England in Madras in 1964 © Associated Press
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APRIL 05, 2014

Remembering the glory days of the Hindu Trophy

One of the oldest limited-overs in India used to be a thrilling affair, with Test and club cricketers fiercely competing for the title
FEBRUARY 16, 2014

Gavaskar's stunning entrance

For Indian cricket fans of a certain vintage, the Caribbean summer of 1971 was the most glorious of all
JANUARY 29, 2014

A wizard called Vishy

Remembering a magician who invariably rose to the occasion when conditions favoured the bowlers, especially the fast men
AUGUST 09, 2013

Cricket for the Nawabs

Hyderabad cricket in the 1970s had more than its fair share of characters: among them short-sighted umpires, legspinners with Elvis hairdos, and prodigious batsmen
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