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53 Carat Diamond-Studded Cricket Ball..  53 Carat Diamond-Studded Cricket Ball..
53 Carat Diamond-Studded Cricket Ball.. Alston Koch, managing director, Fior dressage, holds a perfect made-to-scale diamond and gold cricket ball, which has been brought to Australia to celebrate the start of the cricket season and the opening of their jewelers store in Melbourne. Making a claim for the Guinness Book of Records as the only one of its kind in the world, it is made with 2704 diamonds and 18 carat gold stitch. The ball, which was made in Sri Lanka, weighs 53.83 carats and has a pure ‘gold’ seam of 125 grams. The material used to keep the diamonds on the ball is similar to the one used on the wings of NASA space shuttles.
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Chandu Borde`s name problems!  Chandu Borde`s name problems!
Chandu Borde`s name problems! Former India Captain and coach Chandu Borde has a penchant for calling cricketers by different names. Here are few samples: 1) Gaurav Ganguly for Sourav Ganguly 2) Salim Jaffer for Wasim Jaffer 3) Frank Worrell instead of Frank Tyson. And the best of all: Ranadeb Bose as Danadeb Roy!...
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Monty Caution!  Monty Caution!
Monty Caution! Monty Panesar's to Sourav Ganguly, when Ganguly went into bat at the Oval Test: "Thoda dheere maaron, bachchen hain".
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How fast is Charlie Griffith?  How fast is Charlie Griffith?
How fast is Charlie Griffith? Nari Contractor, captain of the Indian side for the 1961-62 West Indies tour recalled how his opening batsman, Dilip Sardesai, exclaimed ‘ghanta’ before going on to stress how Charlie Griffith, who eventually injured Contractor, did not appear quick in his first over for Barbados against the Indians.
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Who is the Celebrity?  Who is the Celebrity?
Who is the Celebrity? Who do you think is the celebrity in the picture on your left? Is it the lady or someone who scored two consecutive double hundreds for India? You guessed it right. Its Vinod Kambli!
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