6 January in History


One of cricket’s greatest all-rounders who led the Indian team to a historic World Cup triumph in 1983 and spearheaded the country’s pace attack for over 15 years, Kapil Dev Ramlal Nikhanj was born in Chandigarh on January 6, 1959.

His parents Ram Lal Nikhanj and Raj Kumari were Partition migrants from Pakistan.

A right-arm pace bowler, Kapil made his… Read More →

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