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To get a perspective of MS Dhoni's Test captaincy and its shortcomings, we must look back to the days of Mohd Azharuddin. In a sparkling career, defined by divine wrist work and blighted by alleged involvement in match-fixing, Azharuddin captained
Congress MP Mohd Azharuddin was slapped a cost of Rs 15 lakh by a Delhi court for showing "utter disdain" to it by not appearing before it in a cheque bounce case and "wasting its time." Metropolitan Magistrate (MM) Vikrant Vaid, who had earlier
Jaywant Lele, who monitored the happenings of the match-fixing scandal that rocked the game a decade ago, has insisted that no evidence was ever found that Indian cricketers had played a part in the match-fixing scandal. "There`s no match-fixing in
37 AM Sunset : 5:26 PM Today Generally cloudy sky. Hyderabad, Sept. 16: Mohammed Azharuddin's teenage son Ayazuddin died on Friday, five days after his new sports bike crashed while he was testing it. Ayaz, 19, had been in coma since the accident on
The condition of the former cricketer Mohd Azharuddin's son Mohd Ayazuddin, who was grievously injured in a mishap in Hyderabad, continues to remain "very critical". According to Dr Hari Prasad, CEO Apollo Hospital, nephrectomy (removal of kidney)
25 AM Sunset : 5:41 PM Today Partly cloudy sky...AND PTI Hyderabad, Sept. 12: Former cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son Ayazuddin remained very critical and on ventilator after a high-speed motorbike accident yesterday that killed his cousin.
Indian former cricket Captain Mohd Azharuddin and Badminton star Jwala Gutta relation new is now on fire.According to report both relationship had compelled Azharuddin wife Sangeeta Bijlani to walk
Not many have the talent of S Sreesanth but the temperamental pacer is wasting himself by not being consistent and fit enough, says former India skipper Mohd Azharuddin. "He has got the natural swing but I think his talent is totally wasted.
His former colleague Mohd Azharuddin may have joined Congress, but legendary bowler Kapil Dev is not in any mood to join politics now despite being approached by several parties. "I have been approached by every party...Though, I always want good
If the party thinks I am good enough (to contest elections) I will abide by it...Andhra Pradesh Congress president D Srinivas was also present on the occasion when Azharuddin joined the party.