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‘One of the finest’ Cricketer, Captain and a gentleman

DNMUM420456 | 8/17/2018 | Author :G Krishnan | WC:1094

Mumbai: During India’s finest hour in England in the summer of 1971, when Ajit Wadekar’s boys were carrying out the task of chasing 173-run target, and successfully accomplishing it to create history,

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‘Wadekar’s death a personal loss’

DNMUM420457 | 8/17/2018 | Author :Mohammad Azharuddin | WC:340

It is very hard for me to put in words. He was a father figure to me. It is a personal loss for me. He was an outstanding person. For what all he has achieved in cricket and also in his banking career

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My captain no more, but will always be with me

DNMUM420458 | 8/17/2018 | Author :Sunil Gavaskar | WC:545

‘Sunil, sorry, he is no more’. Those devastating words conveyed to me that ‘my captain’ Ajit Wadekar had passed away. Just a little while earlier, I was trying to help put him in the car to rush him t

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Teammates remember the man who led them to win

DNMUM420459 | 8/17/2018 | Author :G Krishnan | WC:388

Mumbai: Ajit Wadekar, who died of heart attack on Wednesday night, was liked by everyone. Be it his contemporaries in Bombay and Indian team, his friends and even journalists. He was cordial with ever

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Battle of prestige

DNMUM420460 | 8/17/2018 | Author :Rutvick Mehta | WC:889

Mumbai: Former national men’s hockey team coach Terry Walsh had an interesting take on the sport at the Asian Games.
The Australian, who was sacked months after the 2014 Incheon Games, believed t

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Former India cricket captain Ajit Wadekar passes away

DNMUM420401 | 8/16/2018 | Author :DNA Correspondent | WC:85

Former India captain and left-handed batsman Ajit Wadekar passed away at a city hospital on Wednesday night. He was 77. His brother Ashok Wadekar confirmed the news and said that Ajit was ailing for s

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