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Syed Kirmani nominated for Col. CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award

India Blooms News Service | | 24 Dec 2015, 04:09 pm
Mumbai, Dec 24 (IBNS) The Col. C.K. Nayudu Awards Committee met on Thursday at Cricket Centre, BCCI headquarters – Mumbai and has unanimously nominated Syed Kirmani for the Col. C.K. Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award for 2015.

The committee consists of BCCI President  Shashank Manohar, Secretary Anurag Thakur and N Ram (Chairman of Kasturi & Sons Limited and Publisher of 'The Hindu’).

The BCCI celebrates the birth centenary of Col. Cottari Kanakaiya Nayudu, the country’s first Test captain, by instituting an annual Lifetime Achievement Award, to honour individuals for their unparalleled contribution to Indian cricket, on and off the field. 

The award comprises a trophy, citation and cheque for Rs. 25 lakhs.

PREVIOUS WINNERS OF THE AWARD

1994 – Lala Amarnath

1995 – Syed Mushtaq Ali

1996 – Capt. Vijay Hazare

1997 – K.N. Prabhu

1998 – P. R. Umrigar

1999 – Col. Hemachandra Adhikari

2000 – Subhash Gupte

2001 – Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi

2002 – Bhausaheb Nimbalkar

2003 – Chandrakant Borde

2004 – B.S. Bedi, B. Chandrasekhar, EAS Prasanna, S. Venkataraghvan

2007 – Nariman Contractor

2008 – Gundappa Viswanath

2009 – Mohinder Amarnath

2010 – Salim Durani

2011 – Ajit Wadekar

2012 – Sunil Gavaskar

2013 – Kapil Dev Nikhanj

2014 – Dilip Vengsarkar