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Nice feeling that I'm not forgotten: Durrani

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Achyutuni  NagaPrasad
we do remember durrani
by Achyutuni NagaPrasad on Jun 08, 2011 02:17 PM

we do remember durrani very much, playing in 72-73 against england's tony lewis team at home;he was widely popular those days for stylish batting; he played a couple of tests only in the 5 match series,which we won. it is very nice presenting the award to him, recognising his contribution.

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abhi ganguly
the forgotten era
by abhi ganguly on Jun 08, 2011 02:07 PM  | Hide replies

People are well aware of the cricketers who played for India from 70s onwards, the Gavaskars, the Bedis, the Devs. What most of us struggle to recall are those who played for India right after Independence upto the late 60s, the Durranis, the Mechants, the Hazares, the Guptes.
Indians shouldn't forget those who played for India when we were considered the minnows at the international arena.

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Rajesh Bangad
Re: the forgotten era
by Rajesh Bangad on Jun 08, 2011 02:13 PM
Subhash Gupte was better than sidney Barnes.

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Rajesh Bangad
Nightmare to Garry Sobers
by Rajesh Bangad on Jun 08, 2011 01:44 PM

Garry Sobers was very tentative playing against him, He took Sobers wicket often.

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