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Vinoo Mankad

Vinoo Mankad

A commemorative postage stamp on Vinoo Mankad, an Indian cricketer known for his world record setting opening partnership of 413 runs with Pankaj Roy in 1956 [a part of the series ‘Cricket – India‘] : Issued by India Issued on Mar 13, 1996 Courtesy
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D. B. Deodhar

D. B. Deodhar

A commemorative postage stamp on Prof. DB Deodhar, Grand Old Man of Indian Cricket [a part of the series ‘Cricket – India‘] : Issued by India Issued on Mar 13, 1996 Courtesy : Stamp Design : Dinesh Banduni FDC design : Suresh Kumar Cancellation : Alka Sharma
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C. K. Nayudu

C. K. Nayudu

A commemorative postage stamp on CK Nayudu, first Indian cricket captain in Test matches [a part of the series ‘Cricket – India‘] : Issued by India Issued on Mar 13, 1996 Courtesy : Stamp Design : Dinesh Banduni FDC design : Suresh Kumar Cancellation : Alka Sharma
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Vijay Merchant

Vijay Merchant

A commemorative postage stamp on Vijaysingh Madhavji Merchant, an Indian cricketer, founder of the Bombay School of Batsmanship [a part of the series ‘Cricket – India‘] : Issued by India Issued on Mar 13, 1996 Courtesy : Stamp Design : Dinesh Banduni FDC design :
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Pakistan on World Cricket Cup 1992

Pakistan on World Cricket Cup 1992

A set of three commemorative postage stamps on the Pakistan, 1992 World Cricket Champions : Issued by Pakistan Issued on Apr 27, 1992 Issued for : To commemorate the prestigious victory of Pakistan Cricket Team in the 5th World Cricket Cup 1992, Pakistan Post Office is
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Dr. P. Subbarayan

Dr. P. Subbarayan

A commemorative postage stamp on the Birth Centenary of Dr. Paramasiva Subbarayan, founder-President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) (1937-38, 1945-46) : Issued by India Issued on Sep 30, 1989 Description of Designs : The designs of the stamp and the First Day
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K. S. Ranjitsinhji

K. S. Ranjitsinhji

A commemorative postage stamp on Jam Saheb Shri Sir Ranjit Sinhji (Ranji), ruler of Indian princely state of Nawanagar (1907-33), a noted Test cricketer played for English cricket team [a part of the series ‘Personalities Stamps Series‘] : Issued by India Issued on Sep 27,
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