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As India take on England at Wankhede Stadium on Thursday, we look back at one of India’s famous wins at the venue in 1992-93, when local boy Vinod Kambli stood up and made a scintillating double hundred

The India-England Test series gets underway with the first Test in Rajkot on November 9. As a build-up, we look back at England’s last five visits to India. In our first part, we recap England’s tour of India in 1992-1993. Three Tests were played during this series, and India blanked England 3-0

As India face New Zealand in the third ODI of the series at Mohali today, here’s a look at some of the memorable wins by India at the venue over the years in the one-day format

India’s lost hero Vinod Kambli recently came back into the news with him being admitted to a hospital in Mumbai after complaining of severe chest pain.

Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has recently stated that statistics alone cannot indicate how good a player is, and that the ability to absorb pressure -- in other words temperament – is equally important.

Apart from having beaten Australia in three successive Tests for the first time, the Indians have another reason to be extremely confident of whitewashing the Aussies with another Feroz Shah Kotla, in Delhi where the fourth Test begins on Friday.

There are two completely differing opinions on Vinod Kambli. One section believes the left-hander was highly overrated while another group feels he was unlucky not to have played more Tests irrespective of his struggles in his later five-day games.

Wednesday was a sad day in Indian history as the first superstar of Indian cinema Rajesh Khanna alias Kaka passed away. Khanna was a phenomenon in Bollywood, giving a record 15 hits in a row at his peak, from 1969 to 1972.

Former England cricketer Mark Ramprakash is all set to retire from the game following an extraordinary domestic career, which lasted 25 years. Since making his debut in 1987 for Middlesex, the 42-year-old has scored 35,659 runs in first-class cricket.