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What's the biggest IPL partnership involving an England player?
And is Alastair Cook the first knight to score a first-class hundred?
'A Mumbai player is quietly arrogant'
Milind Rege describes the culture of the near-invincible Mumbai team he played for in the 1960s and 70s, and the players that shaped it
The best of the Bombay boys
Which players would make it to an all-time XI of the powerhouse Indian domestic side?
That '70s India-West Indies show
The rivalry has been a storied one - particularly through one decade of the 20th century
Mantri's goodwill Pakistan tour
In 1961, a corporate team led by the late Madhav Mantri and including at least five other India Test players toured Pakistan
Could Tendulkar have turned into a great allrounder?
One can only wonder what might have been had he persisted with his bowling throughout his career
Remembering Australia's first tour of India
The Australian cricketers of 1956-57 were not so keen to tour India as they are today but that first encounter was memorable for a number of reasons
India's selectors during the 1958-59 series against West Indies spent more time on political infighting than addressing the team's problems
When <i>Chhotu</i> and Polly drew the crowds one last time
Anand Vasu attends the funeral and remembrance service of Hanumant Singh, the former Indian batsman
29-Nov-2006•Anand Vasu in Mumbai
'I was very sure of my ability'
The following is a transcript of an interview with Polly Umrigar carried on Cricinfo in 1999
Polly Umrigar dies at 80
Polly Umrigar, the former Indian captain who played 59 Tests between 1948 and 1962, has died in Mumbai. He was suffering from lymph cancer
Polly Umrigar hospitalised
Polly Umrigar, the former Indian Test batsman, is seriously ill and has been admitted to hospital in Mumbai
Sailing by banana boat to face the Three Ws
Memories of India's 1952-53 tour of the Caribbean from GS Ramchand
'Fearless and dashing'
Syed Mushtaq Ali has died at 90. Tributes flowed in as the news of his death spread
In the first Test match played between the two countries, Vinoo Mankad spun out Pakistan with a marathon first-innings spell of 8 for 52 in 47 overs
Fergie's flipper, and railway-carriage nights
A look at what the newspapers are saying about the India-Pakistan series - March 2, 2004
02-Mar-2004•Wisden Cricinfo staff
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