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Miss you, Tiger

Disease that claimed Tiger is a grey area in research

Interstitial lung disease: No population-based study yet, cause unclear.


Eye of the Tiger

Saturday , 24 September '11

‘Tiger’ Pataudi may no longer be with us, but his legend lives on, in equal parts for what he accomplished, and the manner in which he did it.
Saif Ali and others carry M A K Pataudi to the burial place. (Praveen Khanna)
Goodbye Skipper

Saturday , 24 September '11

Thousands throng to pay last respects as the Nawab of Pataudi is buried in his ancestral village.
British press hails Pataudi

Friday , 23 September '11

Pataudi's death has robbed cricket of one of its distinguished characters: Daily Telegraph
File Photo: Former Cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. (Express Photo)
Pataudi a dashing, daring captain: PM

Friday , 23 September '11

Singh conveyed his 'heartfelt sympathies' to Patudi's wife Sharmila Tagore and family members.
Tiger Pataudi's children Soha and Saif Ali Khan at his funeral. (PTI)
Pataudi family maintains calm despite tragedy

Friday , 23 September '11

Pataudi family remained calm and composed during Tiger's final battle with lung infection.
Sunil Gavaskar was shocked after hearing about Pataudi's death. (Express Photo)
Pataudi's death terrible loss to cricketing world: Sachin

Friday , 23 September '11

Acknowledging Pataudi as a cricket genius, Gavaskar called his death a huge loss to the game.
M A K Pataudi donates his left eye.
M A K Pataudi donates his left eye

Friday , 23 September '11

Pataudi, who had lost his right eye due to an accident, had expressed his desire to donate his left eye.
ECB condoles demise of Nawab of Pataudi

Friday , 23 September '11

ECB says Pataudi was a very talented batsman and fine cricketer.
File Photo: Former cricketers Bapu Nadkarni and Polly Umrigar, who were once teammates of Mansoor Ali Khan Pat...
Pataudi was a much misunderstood man: Nadkarni

Friday , 23 September '11

Veteran lower order batsman remembers Pataudi as a bit reserved, though a brilliant player.
 BCCI President N Srinivasan and Media Committee Chairman Vilasrao Deshmukh at a press conference. (PTI)
BCCI pays tribute to Pataudi

Friday , 23 September '11

Srinivasan lauded Tiger Pataudi for revolutionising fielding standards in Team India.
File Photo: Former Cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi
Cricket fraternity mourns Pataudi's death

Friday , 23 September '11

Cricketers described Pataudi as a 'shrewd leader', who went on to inspire generations of players.
File Photo: Cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi holds a trophy he received from the Governor of Andhra Pradesh....
Life and Times of Tiger Pataudi

Friday , 23 September '11

Here is a brief look at the cricket career of Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi.
Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. (Express Photo)
Bollywood mourns Tiger Pataudi's death

Friday , 23 September '11

Many Bollywood personalities took to Twitter to pay tributes to Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi.
Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. (Express Photo)
Pataudi: India's visionary and charming captain

Friday , 23 September '11

Tiger, one of the best Indian captains ever, led the country to its first Test series win abroad.
Loss of Pataudi extremely painful, unbearable: Prasanna

Friday , 23 September '11

Pataudi was one of the best captains India has seen, and had great knowledge about the game.
The tiger tales

Friday , 23 September '11

He had a good sense of humour and it was evident even in his early days as India captain.
Former PCB chief says Pataudi's death 'huge loss for cricket'

Friday , 23 September '11

Pataudi played 46 Tests for the country, scoring 2,793 runs for an average of 34.91.
Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi passed away on Thursday.
Family, friends and Pataudi say goodbye to their last Nawab

Friday , 23 September '11

Charismatic cricketer MAK Pataudi was buried this afternoon in his ancestral palace.
Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi on a balcony overlooking  Brighton beach during his stint with Sussex in 1961. He was ...
Miss you, Tiger

Friday , 23 September '11

In a special to The Indian Express, author Jeffrey Archer pays tribute to Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi.