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The Art of Losing

Normally, you’d back the bowling team to win when you need 82 runs from 6 overs. But not when it’s the Deccan Chargers.

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The light is gone

On this day in 1964, the country received its biggest shock after Mahatma Gandhi's assassination. The country lost its beloved Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, who couldn't emerge victorious against a paralytic attack and a heart attack.

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Andre the Giant

On a night when few things went their way, in a season where nothing went their way, RCB threw away a game they could have and should have won.

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Nader of the Mughals

The adage "United we stay, divided we fall" never seemed more true than when Mughals were doomed to a crushing defeat by Nader Shah's army, who destroyed everything in their sight.

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Pandey vs Pandya

When life gives you a second chance, you give it your best shot. But what happens when you’ve run out of fuel just before you reach the destination? Sunrisers Hyderabad know.

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Carlos Brathwaite, Remember The Name!

From Psy’s Gangnam Style to Bravo’s Champion, The Windies proved to the world once again that an indomitable spirit can triumph over everything else.

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Nobody Does it Like the Windies

WT20 2012 marked the comeback of the Calypso Kings back to the pinnacle of cricket after 20 years of turmoil and disappointments.

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The Actual Accidental Prime Minister

A son of the soil, H.D. Devegowda brought together an unlikely set of people to form the government in 1996- that is, until all went into a downward tizzy.

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The Heartbreak of Johannesburg

India’s victory at the 2007 WT20 was the dovetailing of a multitude of individual narratives. One of them was the blossoming of Rohit Sharma on the international stage. Much had been said of him, but very less had been actually seen of him.

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Return of the Prodigal Son

Fresh off the plane from Jamaica, Chris Gayle’s innings took off immediately as he announced himself at the Indian Premier League in grand style.

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