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Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
Identify in 3 clues
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  • 1. Identify in 3 clues
  • 2. This Indian spinner played for Southern Punjab, Delhi and Haryana over a span of 25 years from 1959 to 1984. This left arm spinner was never selected for India due to a 'similar bowling style' as Bishan Singh Bedi who was a part of the famous spin Quartet.
  • 3. This Indian spinner played for Southern Punjab, Delhi and Haryana over a span of 25 years from 1959 to 1984. This left arm spinner was never selected for India due to a 'similar bowling style' as Bishan Singh Bedi who was a part of the famous spin Quartet.
    He is one of the only two non Test cricketers that Sunil Gavaskar chose as his 'idols' in a book of the same name.
  • 4. This Indian spinner played for Southern Punjab, Delhi and Haryana over a span of 25 years from 1959 to 1984. This left arm spinner was never selected for India due to a 'similar bowling style' as Bishan Singh Bedi who was a part of the famous spin Quartet.
    He is one of the only two non Test cricketers that Sunil Gavaskar chose as his 'idols' in a book of the same name.
    Indian sources usually credit X with 640 Ranji Trophy wickets. CricketArchive has his wicket tally as 637 while Robert Brooke's 'The Cricketer Book of Cricket Milestones' states that he took 636 wickets.
  • 5. RajinderGoel
  • 6. This sporting prodigy was born to Dr. Harvir Singh, a scientist at the Directorate of Oilseeds Research, and Usha, both of whom were former champions in the same sport in Haryana.
  • 7. This sporting prodigy was born to Dr. Harvir Singh, a scientist at the Directorate of Oilseeds Research, and Usha, both of whom were former champions in the same sport in Haryana.
    Olympic Gold Quest is a program of the Foundation Of Sports And Games ( Not-For Profit Section 25 Company), started by Indian sporting icons GeetSethi and PrakashPadukone to identify and support Indian athletes with a proven track record and who have the potential to win Olympic Gold Medals. A proven performer now, VirenRasquinha believes X to hold the greatest chance to win an Olympic Gold for India in the 2012 London Games.
  • 8. This sporting prodigy was born to Dr. Harvir Singh, a scientist at the Directorate of Oilseeds Research, and Usha, both of whom were former champions in the same sport in Haryana.
    Olympic Gold Quest is a program of the Foundation Of Sports And Games ( Not-For Profit Section 25 Company), started by Indian sporting icons GeetSethi and PrakashPadukone to identify and support Indian athletes with a proven track record and who have the potential to win Olympic Gold Medals. A proven performer now, VirenRasquinha believes X to hold the greatest chance to win an Olympic Gold for India in the 2012 London Games.
    She became the first Indian woman to reach the quarter finals at the Olympic Games when she upset world number five and fourth seed Wang Chen of Hong Kong in a three-game thriller. X was rewarded with Arjuna award in August, 2009 and her coach was also rewarded with Dronacharya award at the same time. X is brand ambassador of Deccan Chargers, an Indian Premier League team owned by Deccan chronicle.
  • 9. SainaNehwal
  • 10. X has referred to himself as "half Jewish" and spoken of the influence the religion has had on him.  He attended one of Bobby Charlton's football schools and won the chance to take part in a training session at FC Barcelona, as part of a talent competition.
  • 11. X has referred to himself as "half Jewish" and spoken of the influence the religion has had on him.  He attended one of Bobby Charlton's football schools and won the chance to take part in a training session at FC Barcelona, as part of a talent competition.
    He was a Manchester United mascot for a match against West Ham United in 1986. Young ________ had trials with his local club Leyton Orient, Norwich City and attended Tottenham Hotspur's school of excellence. Tottenham Hotspur was the first club he played for.
  • 12. X has referred to himself as "half Jewish" and spoken of the influence the religion has had on him.  He attended one of Bobby Charlton's football schools and won the chance to take part in a training session at FC Barcelona, as part of a talent competition.
    He was a Manchester United mascot for a match against West Ham United in 1986. Young ________ had trials with his local club Leyton Orient, Norwich City and attended Tottenham Hotspur's school of excellence. Tottenham Hotspur was the first club he played for.
    At the beginning of the 1996–97 season ___________ was given the number 10 shirt that had most recently been worn by Mark Hughes. On 17 August 1996 (the first day of the League season), __________ became a household name when he scored a goal in a match against Wimbledon. When Beckham scored his famous goal, he did so in shoes custom-made for Charlie Miller ("Charlie" embroidered on boots), which had been given to Beckham by mistake.
  • 13. David Beckham
  • 14. X is a former Indian cricketer who played in two Tests and four ODIs from 1985 to 1987. He holds the record for the highest 2nd wicket partnership in Ranji Trophy. The partnership worth 475 runs was between X and ZahirAlam.
  • 15. X is a former Indian cricketer who played in two Tests and four ODIs from 1985 to 1987. He holds the record for the highest 2nd wicket partnership in Ranji Trophy. The partnership worth 475 runs was between X and ZahirAlam.
    He was caught on camera laughing when Harbhajan Singh slapped Sreesanth after a match between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab.
  • 16. X is a former Indian cricketer who played in two Tests and four ODIs from 1985 to 1987. He holds the record for the highest 2nd wicket partnership in Ranji Trophy. The partnership worth 475 runs was between X and ZahirAlam.
    He was caught on camera laughing when Harbhajan Singh slapped Sreesanth after a match between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab.
    X was appointed as the manager of the Indian cricket team for the Twenty20 World Championship 2007 held in South Africa
  • 17. Lalchandrajput

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