Mar 20, 2010: A CK Nayudu innings against the visiting MCC in 1926 made all the difference
Aug 15, 2008: Up there with the Gavaskars and Tendulkars? Just where does India's gonzo opener stand in his country's batting pantheon?
Jul 31, 2007: Eleven players who continued turning out well beyond normal retirement age
India in England 1936
Jul 1, 2007: Partab Ramchand on the 1936 India tour of England
Pen-pics of India's first Test squad
Jun 25, 2007: Player profiles of the Indian cricketers who played in India's first Test against England in 1932
Jun 23, 2007: Martin Williamson looks at the background to India's Test debut
Trophy to be awarded to Ranji One-day champions
Jun 22, 2007: The BCCI has decided to do away with the Vijay Hazare Trophy Inter-Zonal one-day competition for Under-19 cricketers for the forthcoming domestic season
Oct 12, 2006: Edward Liddle profiles the remarkable man who first led India onto the Test match field
Apr 29, 2006: Jenny Thompson looks back to India's first Test against England at the Bombay Gmykhana in 1933
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
All Today's Yesterdays
Oct 31, 2003: 1976 At 19 years 141 days, Javed Miandad became the youngest person to make a Test double-century
Oct 1, 2000: During his visit to Chennai to receive the sixth CK Nayudu award instituted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Lt.Col Hemu Adhikari spoke to CricInfo on his long and illustrious career as player, manager and coach
CRICKETER OF THE YEAR - 1933
1933: COTTARI KANKAIYA NAYUDU, easily the outstanding batsman of the All India team who toured England last season, was born at Nagpur, on October 31, 1895.
England v India, Lord's, June 1932
Jul 2, 1932: The report from The Cricketer in India's first Test, against England at Lord's in June 1932
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