Harsha Bhogle was born on July 19, 1961Read More
WG Grace, the Father of Cricket.
He was the greatest cricketer of his era, by far. And one of the greatest ever.
But, even away from the cricket field, WG Grace, the country doctor and the exemplary Victorian, was larger than life and as entertaining. Here are a few glimpses into his life away from cricket.
Cricket World Cup 2019: The KnighthoodRead More
Apr 2, 2011. India win the World Cup.Read More
April 1. In 1957, David Gower was born. Seven years down the line, John Morris saw the light of the day. The two together indulged in a joy-ride with rather far-reaching consequences.Read More
Ides of March, 1877. The first ever Test match commenced on that day.Read More
Mar 14, 1981, Barbados. Michael Holding bowls the most blistering over ever to Geoff Boycott.Read More
March 10, 1985. India prove that the 1983 World Cup win had not been a fluke by winning the Benson and Hedges World Championship of Cricket in Australia.Read More
Mar 10, 1970. The great South African side play their final Test before isolation.Read More
May 9, 1998. Sachin Tendulkar decimates Shane Warne at Chennai.Read More
March 8, 1992. Jonty Rhodes takes off to run out Inzamam-ul-Haq.Read More
March 7, 1987. Sunil Gavaskar gets to 10,000 Test runsRead More
March 5, 1994. Shane Warne and Andrew Hudson almost come to blows.Read More
Mar 4, 1992. Javed Miandad goes the kangaroo wayRead More
March 3, 2009. Sri Lankan cricket bus is attacked by terrorists.Read More
March 1, 1958. Garry Sobers scores 365*.Read More
March 1, 2003. Sachin Tendulkar essayed a 75-ball 98 that won India a crucial World Cup encounter against Pakistan at Centurion.Read More
Feb 28, 1981. Robin Jackman’s South African connections led to the cancellation of the Georgetown TestRead More
Feb 25, 1975. Ewen Chatfield visits the doorstep of deathRead More
February 25, 2001. Don Bradman passes away at 92.Read More