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Yashpal Sharma's Death Leaves Cricket Fraternity Shocked, Devastated

Jul 13, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

Sharma, played 37 Test, 42 ODIs and 160 first class matches and also remained national selector

Yashpal Sharma, Member Of Kapil Dev's Cricket World Cup-winning Team, Dies

Jul 13, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Yashpal Sharma, played 37 Tests and 42 ODIs for India. He was 66 when he died and is survived by his wife, two daughters and a son


VIDEO: On This Day, Kapil Dev’s Devils Humbled West Indies To Win India's First World Cup - Relive 1983 World Cup Final

India beat all odds in 1983 to win their first World Cup trophy. And it started a love story so profound that cricket has become the ultimate unifying force in a country of many divisions and differences

Former India Skipper Kapil Dev Hospitalised, Undergoes Emergency Coronary Angioplasty

Oct 23, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

Kapil Dev is an active golfer and television commentator. He is 61 years old


Yuvraj Singh's 1983 World Cup Tweet Leads To Hilarious Conversation With Ravi Shastri

37 years ago on June 25, India stunned two-time champions West Indies to win their first-ever World Cup title at the iconic Lord's

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24 June, 2020

How Kapil Dev's Pep-talk Spurred India To 1983 World Cup Victory, Reveals Kris Srikkanth

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After posting a meager 183, India had defeated the mighty West Indies by 43 runs in the 1983 World Cup final at Lord's


12 May, 2020

Delhi Police Join Hands With Members Of 1983 World Cup Team In Fight Against Coronavirus

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The cricketers will be urging people to follow the government guidelines via Delhi Police, which will be promoting its initiative on Twitter with #1983HeroesWithDelhiPolice


07 March, 2020

Looks Like Kapil Dev: Fans Drool As Ranveer Singh Recreates Iconic 1983 Cricket World Cup Scene

Outlook Web Bureau

In the still, Ranveer Singh is seen lifting the Cricket World Cup trophy at the balcony of Lord's


07 January, 2019

Test Series Win In Australia Is Bigger Than 1983 World Cup Victory: Ravi Shastri

Outlook Web Bureau

He also took a sly dig at Sachin Tendulkar, saying this is not a team of Gods and demi-Gods.


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Bajrang Dal members stage a protest against the recent killings of Hindus and vandalism of a Durga idol by miscreants in Bangladesh, at Krishnanagar in Nadia.

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Visually impaired make 'diyas' for the upcoming Diwali festival, inside Andh Kanya Prakash Gruh in Ahmedabad.

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Farmers ride tractors as they move towards a protest site during an agitation against Noida authority, in Noida.

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Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi addresses media persons after a cabinet meeting in Chandigarh.

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Kutumba Surakshya Mission NGO members protest against the recent killing of Hindus and vandalism of Durga idol in puja pandal by miscreants in Bangladesh, in front of the office of the Assistant High Commissioner of...

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