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The Order of British India was an order of merit established in by the East India Company for "long, faithful and honourable service".
The Company's powers were removed after the Indian Mutiny, and the Order was incorporated into the British Honours System in The order became obsolete inafter the partition of British India into the Dominion of India and the Dominion of PakistanNext (higher): Royal Red Cross (Class II).
I am a Die-Hard fan of Dhoni but I would say Sourav (DADA) is the best captain among the ones mentioned. Reason is that he has captained India during a tough time and has made a wonderful team. I am not saying Dhoni hasn't done anything. In fact D.
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Dada led India in 49 Tests with a win win : Dattaraj Thaly. India won over five matches in the West Indies in the early s, and then defeated England over three. He led India to a third successive series victory, beating England cricket team again, 2–1 in a five-match series in – Wadekar continued to be the captain of the Indian team that toured England in Bowling: Left-arm medium, Slow left-arm orthodox.
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Winner of the first T20 World Cup: India (in ) against Pakistan; Captain in tests: C. Nayudu for the tour of England. First Indian captain and the third in history to have led his team to victory after being enforced to follow on, against Steve Waugh's Australia in – Sourav Ganguly.
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One of the longest serving Indian captains ever, Mohammad Azharuddin led India in 47 Tests between and India lost 14 and drew 19.
Had Sandeep Unnithan, writer and journalist, not latched-on to a chance opportunity to meet with Captain M.N.R. Samant, the principal protagonist in the book Author: Arjun Subramaniam.It is said, in cricket playing nations, the captain of the national team has the second most important job after that of the Prime Minister.
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