Tendulkar

Some articles on tendulkar:

Ball Tampering - Examples - Sachin Tendulkar in 2001
... at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth, match referee Mike Denness suspended Sachin Tendulkar for one game in light of alleged ball tampering ... Television cameras picked up images that suggested Tendulkar was involved in scuffing the seam of the cricket ball ... The charges against Tendulkar and Sehwag's ban for excessive appealing triggered a massive backlash from the Indian public ...
Brabourne Stadium - Golden Jubilee Celebrations
... Due to shortage of players for Pakistan, Sachin Tendulkar, then just 14 years old, fielded for Pakistan as a substitute ... This was Tendulkar's first exposure to international cricket ... CCI rules had to be amended to allow the 14 year old Sachin Tendulkar into the dressing room ...
List Of ODI Awards For Sachin Tendulkar
... The List of ODI Awards for Sachin Tendulkar is intended to summarize the list of awards won by Sachin Tendulkar, an Indian cricketer on the field over his ODI career ... Tendulkar is widely regarded as one of the greatest batsman in world cricket history ... Tendulkar also holds the record for most number of MoM awards in Cricket World Cup matches (9 MoM Awards in 45 games) ...
Second Test, 2007–08 Border–Gavaskar Trophy - Progress of Play - Day Three
... The day started with Tendulkar and Ganguly in an aggressive mood with both batsmen lifting Brad Hogg for sixes and scoring many boundaries ... Tendulkar was fortunate to survive a close LBW call ... Harbhajan joined Tendulkar and scored quickly to begin with, from a series of risky shots ...
Vijay Tendulkar
... Vijay Tendulkar (Marathi विजय तेंडुलकर) (7 January 1928 – 19 May 2008) was a leading Indian playwright, movie and television writer, literary essayist, political ... Court Chalu Aahe (1967), Ghāshirām Kotwāl (1972), and Sakhārām Binder (1972).Many of Tendulkar's plays derived inspiration from real-life incidents ... For over five decades, Tendulkar had been a highly influential dramatist and theater personality in Mahārāshtra ...