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Diaries - Reports & Analysis on Cricket!

Apurva Agarwal

Publisher: Partridge Publishing India

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This book contains reports on the sport that India fancies passionately—cricket! Matches were covered between 2005 and 2014, and hands-on analyses were prepared alongside following the sport. The author would sit down before a television set and write, write, and write as the competition unfolded on the telly. These reports are a flashback on the golden era of Indian cricket under the flamboyant leadership of Sourav Ganguly, prepared captaincy of Rahul Dravid, and the calmness at the top of MS Dhoni during this time frame.

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