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The stars of Kathiawar

Nov 30, 2013: In all the talk of Bombay's credentials as a historical stronghold of Indian cricket, a region to the north gets overlooked

Ramachandra Guha

Pen-pics of India's first Test squad

Feisty in their flannels

Jun 25, 2007: Player profiles of the Indian cricketers who played in India's first Test against England in 1932

ESPNcricinfo staff

July 2002

Captains galore

Apr 10, 2005: Gerald Howat looks back at India's first official Test match, at Lord's in 1932, and the drama that preceded it off the field

June 1973

Cut to the double quick

Apr 10, 2004: Suresh Parekh recalls a pair of Indian pace-bowling brothers, with talent and charisma to burn, whose enormous potential was tragically never to be fulfilled at the highest level...

The legacy of Rajkot

Schooling Ranji, meeting Bradman

Oct 4, 2003: In many ways, Rajkot is the unlikeliest city to have a thriving cricket culture

Roving Reporter by Anand Vasu

Amar Singh

India's first Lethal Weapon

May 20, 2000: Ladha Amar Singh was one of India's finest new ball bowlers ever and with Mohammed Nissar he formed a formidable opening combination for India in the 1930's

Sankhya Krishnan

England v India, Lord's, June 1932

Jardine spares England's blushes

Jul 2, 1932: The report from The Cricketer in India's first Test, against England at Lord's in June 1932

An Onlooker
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