The BCCI on Monday condoled the death of former Kerala first-class cricketer CK Bhaskaran Nair, who had also played an unofficial first-class game against then Ceylon.

Bhaskaran breathed his last in Houston, USA, where he practised medicine. He was 79.

“The BCCI mourns the death of Dr. CK Bhaskaran Nair. The 79-year-old passed away on 21st November 2020 at Houston in the United States of America (USA),” the Board stated in a condolence message.

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CK Bhaskaran breathed his last in Houston, USA, where he practised medicine. He was 79.   –  SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT

Nair, a former Ranji Trophy cricketer, was born in 1941 in Thalassery in Kerala. He picked 106 wickets in 42 first-class matches in a 12-year career spanning from 1957 to 1969.

He had five five-wicket hauls and scored 580 runs, with the highest being 76…

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