Gavaskar


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Gavaskar

Sunil Manohar . born 1949, Indian cricketer. He captained India 1978--83 and 1984--85
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The rain-interrupted middle session belonged to Croft and company though as the skipper dismissed Gavaskar and then Henang Badani leg before wicket without score before Sriram - who had been holding the innings together - was caught behind by Mark Wallace.
Gavaskar said: "Many sporting teams have gone past the gates of Buckingham Palace and had tea with the Queen.
Former Indian batting legend Gavaskar faces urgent talks with the ICC hierarchy after they received an official complaint from England relating to comments he made in his newspaper column.
The young Gavaskar will be a double-edged boost for Hightown.
Gavaskar said he found no sense in moving 13 games in May when Maharashtrian venues like Nagpur, Mumbai hosted several ICC World Twenty20 games in spite of water scarcity in the state.
The bench of justices T S Thakur and Ibrahim Kalifullah appreciated the work done by Gavaskar for smoothly conducting the affairs of IPL- 7 and allowed him to claim compensation from BCCI for the duty done by him.
Sunil Gavaskar has to now give up his duty as commentator for the BCCI and has agreed to serve as the chief only during the IPL season.
The apex court said that no IPL team would be disqualified and that Gavaskar would be assisted by the BCCI secretary in the discharge of the Indian cricket board's functions.
He is level with former India captain Gavaskar on a world-record 34 Test hundreds.
Lara, 35, now needs just 20 runs in the second innings to join Allan Border, Steve Waugh and Sunil Gavaskar in the 10,000-club.
Rohan Gavaskar -son of the legendary Indian Test batsman Sunil Gavaskar -is part of the 16-strong party this summer attempting to move up to the Indian national team.
Meanwhile, England's bid to gag Indian motormouth Sunil Gavaskar appears to have failed.