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Journalist Dicky Rutnagur dies aged 82

Dicky Rutnagur, the former sportswriter and radio commentator, has died in London aged 82

ESPNcricinfo staff
21-Jun-2013
Frequent bursts of laughter: Dicky Rutnagur and Tony Cozier

Dicky Rutnagur (left) covered around 300 Tests in his career. He is shown here with a young Tony Cozier  •  Wisden

Dicky Rutnagur, the former sportswriter and radio commentator, has died in London aged 82. Rutnagur covered over 300 Tests in a career that spanned five decades, in which he also reported on squash and badminton.
He co-edited Indian Cricket - Field Annual for eight years starting in the late 1950s before migrating to England in the mid-60s. For about 40 years, Rutnagur wrote about cricket, badminton and squash in the Daily Telegraph. Rutnagur also wrote two books - Test Commentary (India v England 1976-77) and Khans Unlimited (the history of squash in Pakistan).
He was fondly remembered by several former players and his former colleagues in the press box.