Full name Baldev Dua
Born 1936, Delhi
Died January 17, 2002, Delhi (aged 66 years)
Major teams Delhi
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
|First-class span||1968/69 - 1968/69|
Dua, Beldev, died in Delhi on January 17, 2002, aged 65. He played for Delhi University in the golden days when an inter-college final could attract crowds of up to 20,000, and also represented North Zone Universities as a top-order batsman with a sure pair of hands at slip. He scored nine in his one Ranji Trophy game for Delhi, in 1968-69.
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