1. Q.)When was the Holkar Cricket Association established?
Explanation (a) Maharaja Yashwant Rao Holkar Cricket Association was established in the Year 1940-41 under the chairmanship of C K Naidu.
COMMENT- C.K. Naidu “Cottari Kanakaiya Nayudu was the captain of the first Test cricket match of the Indian cricket team. He played first-class cricket for a long time. He played first class cricket until around 1958 and last played cricket in 1963.”
Note: The Central India Cricket Association was established in the Year 1932.
2. Q.)Where is the headquarters of Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association located?
Explanation (b) Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association was established in the Year 1940 in Indore in the name of Holkar Cricket Association. In the new state of Madhya Pradesh formed after the recommendations of the State Reorganization Commission, the name of this as sociation has been changed to Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association in the Year 1956. The Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association Functions as the linking unit of the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
Note: All divisional cricket associations of Madhya Pradesh act as units of the State Cricket Association.
Remark: In 1956, Madhya Bharat Cricket Association was also merged with Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association.
3. Q.)Which game is related to player Saurabh Verma?
Explanation (c) Saurabh Verma is a badminton player.
He was born on 30 December 1992 in Dhar. Saurabh Verma became the ONGC Senior Ranking Badminton Champion winner in the Year 2013.
4. Q.)Madhya Pradesh player Aditya Joshi is related to which game?
Explanation (d) Aditya Joshi is a badminton player from Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. Aditya Joshi be came the world’s number one player in the junior category in January 2014.
Note: Aditya also became the first Indian player to reach number one in the Junior world rankings.
5. Q.)Who is the famous player known as Great Wall of China?
Explanation (d) The famous table tennis player Jaal Godrej of Indore district of Madhya Pradesh is known by the nickname of Great Wall of China.
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