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Recipients of various honours from the government of India

RECIPIENTS OF VARIOUS HONOURS FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

CIVILIAN AWARDS

BHARAT RATNA

Year Name


2014 Sachin Tendulkar

PADMA VIBHUSHAN

Year Name


2008 Sachin Tendulkar

PADMA BHUSHAN

Year Name

1956 C.K. Nayudu

1958 Dr. Vijay Anand (MaharajKumar of Vizianagram)

1963 Tushar Kanti Ghosh (former President of C.A.B.)

Vinoo Mankad

1979 S.M. Gavaskar

Raja Bhalinder Singh

(Former Cricketer, former President-IOA)

1991 Prof. D. B. Deodhar

L. Amarnath

N. Kapil Dev


2002 C.G. Borde
2013 Rahul Dravid

PADMA SHRI

Year Name

1960 V.S. Hazare
Jasu M. Patel
1962 P.R. Umrigar
N.J.Contractor
1963 S. Mustaq Ali
Gurubaksh Singh(former Presi. PCA)

1964 M.J. Gopalan
1965 Prof. D.B.Deodhar
1967 M.A.K. Pataudi
1969 C.G. Borde
1970 B.S. Bedi
E.A.S. Prasanna

1971 G.R. Vishwanath
1972 A.L. Wadekar
B.S. Chandrasekhar
1973 F.M. Engineer
1975 Pankaj Roy
1982 S.M.H. Kirmani
N. Kapil Dev

1986 Swarup Kishan (Test Umpire) 1987 D.B. Vengsarkar
1988 M.A. Azharuddin
1991 P Anand Rao (Broadcaster)
1999 S.R.Tendulkar
2002 Diana Edulji
2003 Venkataraghavan
2004 R. Dravid
S.C. Ganguly
2005 A. Kumble


2009 Harbhajan Singh

M.S. Dhoni

2010 Virender Sehwag
Ramakant Acharekar
2011 VVS Laxman
2012 Jhulan Goswami
2013 Anjum Chopra
Yuvraj Singh
2015 Mithali Raj

AWARDS FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN NATIONAL SPORTS


RAJIV GANDHI KHEL RATNA


Year Name

1997-98 S. R. Tendulkar
2007 M.S. Dhoni

ARJUNA AWARD

Year Name

1961 S.A. Durani
1964 M.A.K. Pataudi
1965 V.L. Manjrekar
1966 C.G. Borde
1967 A.L. Wadekar
1968 E.A.S. Prasanna
1969 B.S. Bedi
1970 D.N.Sardesai
1971 S. Venkataraghavan
1972 B.S. Chandrasekhar
E.D. Solkar

1974 Anjan Bhattacharjee (Deaf & Dumb)
1975 S.M. Gavaskar
1976 Shanta Rangaswamy
1977-78 G.R. Vishwnath
1979-80 Kapil Dev N.

1980-81 S.M.H. Kirmani
C.P.S.Chauhan

1981 D.B. Vengsarkar
1982 M. Amarnath
1983 Diana Eduljee
1985 Kum. S.D.Kulkarni
1984 R.J. Shastri

1986 M.A. Azharuddin
Sandhya Agarwal

1989 S. Madan Lal

1993 K.S. More
M. Prabhakar

1994 S.R. Tendulkar
1995 A. Kumble
1996 J. Srinath
1997 A.D. Jadeja
S.C. Ganguly

1998 N.R. Mongia
R.S. Dravid

2000  B.K.V. Prasad
2001  V.V.S. Laxman
2002  V. Sehwag

2003 Harbhajan Singh
Mithali Raj

2005 Anju Jain
2006 Anjum Chopra
2009 Gautam Gambhir
2010 Jhulan Goswami
2011 Zaheer Khan
2012 Yuvraj Singh
2013 Virat Kohli
2014 R. Ashwin
2015 Rohit Sharma

DRONACHARYA AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN SPORTS COACHING

Year Name

1986 Desh Prem Azad (Haryana)

1987 Gurcharan Singh (Delhi)

1990 Ramakant Achrekar (Mumbai)

2004 Sunita Sharma

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Kohli named captain of ICC T20 Team of the Tournament

Veteran speedster Ashish Nehra also makes the cut after his impressive bowling show
India's Virat Kohli celebrates after victory in the World T20 cricket tournament match between India and Pakistan at The Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium in Kolkata on March 19, 2016. / AFP / Prakash SINGH        (Photo credit should read PRAKASH SINGH/AFP/Getty Images)

After picking up the Player of the Tournament award, star India batsman Virat Kohli added another feather to his cap when he was named the captain of the ICC’s Team of the Tournament. The team also features seasoned fast bowler Ashish Nehra.

Kohli scored 273 runs with a staggering average of 136.50 and an equally impressive strike-rate of 146.77 with three 50 plus scores while Nehra’s economical bowling impressed many. In five games, Nehra bowled 19 overs, giving away only 113 runs with an economy of 5.94.

The teams were chosen by a select group of former cricket stars and highly respected commentators who were given the task of picking a balanced side for all conditions on the basis of performances in the tournament.

The men’s team, including 12th man, has four players from England, two players each from India and the West Indies, and one each from Australia, Bangladesh, New Zealand and South Africa.

West Indies’ Stafanie Taylor was named skipper of the women’s team. The women’s team comprises four players from New Zealand, two players each from Australia, England and the West Indies, and one player each from Pakistan and South Africa.

Men's Team of the Tournament:
Jason Roy (England), Quinton de Kock (South Africa, wicketkeeper), Virat Kohli (India, captain), Joe Root (England), Jos Buttler (England), Shane Watson (Australia), Andre Russell (West Indies), Mitchell Santner (New Zealand), David Willey (England), Samuel Badree (West Indies), Ashish Nehra (India), 12th man - Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh).

Women's Team of the Tournament: Suzie Bates (New Zealand), Charlotte Edwards (England), Meg Lanning (Australia), Stafanie Taylor (West Indies, captain), Sophie Devine (New Zealand), Rachel Priest (New Zealand, wicketkeeper), Deandra Dottin (West Indies), Megan Schutt (Australia), Sune Luus (South Africa), Leigh Kasperek (New Zealand), Anya Shrubsole (England), 12th player - Anam Amin (Pakistan).

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